Category Archives: News

Seniors experience range of application success

By April, seniors have heard back from the colleges where they sent painstakingly crafted applications in the fall, and they are now making huge decisions about their futures. Students across…

Putting on the Uniform: Seniors bound for military

Senior year is the year when decisions are made and when dreams possibly become real. For four seniors at CarmelHigh School, this was the year of making the decision to…

Student philanthropist helps communities worldwide

Carmel High senior Ryan Lefebvre looks like your typical California surfer dude. Blond hair, shocking blue eyes and tanned skin, Lefebvre lounges comfortably in a corner of the library, maintaining…

CHS males strut their stuff in Mr. Padre competition

The second annual Mr. Padre competition took place April 19, where eight hopeful contestants faced off for the grand title of Mr. Padre, and this year’s winner was senior Zack…

Lessons learned: CHS from perspectives of graduates

In the midst of a Calculus lecture, you might wonder if you will ever use the graph of the derivative in real life. Certainly some content can be used in…

Artists create an array of colorful work for show

Amazingly accurate portraits, abstract art work and beautifully crafted sculptures will all be showcased at the 21st annual CHS Art Show, taking place Wednesday in the foyer of the theater….

Gay students call campus tolerant. if not quite perfect

According to gay students at Carmel High, most Padres are accepting of the gay community, but some still use derogatory terms such as “fag” and “queer.” Students that are gay,…

Administration passes on renewing Boulware’s 2013 contract

Concert Choir and Chamber Singers teacher Michelle Boulware will not return to CHS or CarmelMiddle School as an instructor next year, after her employment contract was not renewed with CarmelUnifiedSchool…

Teen Adderall misuse major concern

Nurse Susan Pierzalowski is familiar with the effects of Adderall. In a medical position prior to her role with CUSD, Pierzalowski encountered a female high school student under the influence…

Robotics disappointed with low finish in tournament

The Carmel High robotics team left the FIRST Robotics Competition at U.C. Davis on March 22 and 23 in disappointment. Team 2035—called such because the CHS team was the 2,035th…