Category Archives: News

Multi-talented senior plans to pursue music in college

Senior year is typically that time when students slack off, ditch school and live for their free seventh period. But not Aaron Dally. Involved in music, sports, Boy Scouts and…

63% of CHS students admit to cheating

A poll administered to 730 students reveals that about 63% of CHS students say they have cheated at CHS. While this is more than half of the school, it is…

Super Bowl fundraiser aims to boost scholarships

A chance to go to the Super Bowl in the Meadowlands? In weather below 40 degrees? Where the Giants play? What diehard football fan wouldn’t want this? Padre Parents and…

Online social network monitor raises privacy issues

Imagine your school receiving notifications every time you post or comment negatively on Facebook or when you post an alarming picture on Instagram. The company Geo Listening is doing just…

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…

Student YouTube privileges supported by teachers

Starting this year CUSD is allowing students YouTube access for the purpose of school work if, according to CUSD education tech Colin Matheson, students fill out an agreement that requires…

CHS students run, jump and dodge for charity

Carmel High School will be holding the second Family Day for Charity event Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the football field.

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…

CUSD considers going green with solar panels

Going greener? Carmel Unified’s board is considering the concept for installing solar panels at the CUSD transportation yard behind Carmel Middle School. 

Lyceum denies motion for second mock trial team

Carmel High’s mock trial coach Bill Schrier recently requested Carmel be allowed two competing teams this year in the county competition due to an increase in student participation, but this…