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Oct. 25 In Brief

Science wing up and operational in October Walking into school the day after a break, the students and staff are usually in a quiet murmur, but Monday students walking into…

Dina Eastwood: mom, philanthropist, yogi and more

Sitting on her beloved bed with sun streaming in the windows, her dark hair pulled back in a bun, Dina Eastwood munches on recently delivered Mexican food, talking intently to…

Tennis team remains undefeated in MTAL play

Carmel High’s girls’ tennis team is on its way to a third league title in a row, currently atop of the leader board at 9-0 in league.

CHS surf club conquers rough waters

Fourth was firing. That barrel was so gnarly. Moss was, like, at least triple overhead. These colloquialisms are often heard around campus from random Carmel High surfers, but never before…

Padres football topples Palma, remains undefeated

Carmel High School’s varsity football team has started this season off with a real bang, holding an overall record of 3-0.

So far, so good response to frosh Chromebooks

Besides adjusting to high school classes and making new friends, members of the Class of 2017 have each been given a Samsung Chromebook from Carmel Unified School District. This marks…

Youth Center’s open mic success despite low attendance

The lights go dark as Ernest Griffin-Ortiz, or “E” as he’s known at the Carmel Youth Center, goes up on stage Sept. 13 to introduce the performers and kick off…

Ailis Dooner named California’s top young scientist

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Carmel High School’s very own Ailis Dooner won California’s Outstanding Young Scientist award, the California Association of Professional Scientists announced Friday.

Carmel High women grads helping worldwide

CHS is known for many things. The school is known for nurturing young artists and providing a strong educational background for its graduates, but what you may not know is…

Ruling allows CHS staff members to administer insulin for diabetics

The California Supreme Court ruled Aug. 12 that insulin now may be administered to diabetic students by school staff members who don’t have a health care license.