Category Archives: Sandpiper Selects

Feb. 14 News Briefs

Four Padres head to All-State orchestra Four Carmel High School students will be playing for the All-State Orchestra this Feb. 20-23 at the California All-State Music Education Conference in Fresno….

Two seniors present medical research study in Hawaii

Last summer, CHS seniors Chad Calnon and Ryan Albert worked as interns for Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital, conducting a community-based medical research study. Mentored by Ryan’s father, cardiologist Timothy Albert,…

Local chocolates can fill stomachs and warm hearts

What’s the best way to a girl’s heart? Through her stomach. Lucky for all you high school boys there are three delicious chocolate shops within ten minutes of CHS, including…

2014 set to become mind-blowing year in music

With fantastic releases from bands such as Queens of the Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys, Nine Inch Nails, Sigur Ros and more, 2013 was a wonderful year for music. Now 2014…

Fall in love with Beach House at Lover’s Point

Overlooking the gorgeous Lover’s Point waterfront, The Beach House restaurant offers not only a spectacular view of the Monterey Peninsula skyline, but also one of the best dining experiences in…

Sophomore Crist follows his passion to Tahoe slopes

Students everywhere cannot wait for December or February break, when they head up to the snow to ski or snowboard. But for CHS sophomore Spencer Crist, skiing is not just…

January 24 News Briefs

Poetry out Loud silenced Poetry Out Loud, a local, state and national level poem recitation competition, will not be returning for a second year at Carmel High. The site-level portion…

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Community unites to support local fire victims

After the 900-acre Pfeiffer Fire destroyed 34 homes in Big Sur, people around the Monterey Peninsula have come together to help victims, including some CHS students, recover after losing nearly…

Campus projects not without environmental impact

Before winter break, outside of a fifth period AP Environmental Science class, construction workers took out an oak tree to make room for the new amphitheater, drawing the attention of…

Only $20 in your pocket? Carmel makes it easy

Into labels, but not price tags? Carmel is home to a variety of upscale thrift and consignment stores that are filled with high-end labels at a fraction of their original…