Category Archives: News

Troubled teens find solace, redemption in Carmel PD program

Around 20 years ago in the city of Los Angeles, Frank DiPaola, a 25-year LAPD veteran, started the Juvenile Impact Program, which became a statewide program designed to keep kids…

Social media trends create dangerous environment for teens

When it comes to getting attention quickly these days, most teens turn to social media to get their daily dose of positive comments from their peers. But what happens when…

First-gen, Stanford-bound student creates own opportunities

If you don’t catch him studying for an Advanced Placement course or throwing the Frisbee, Stanford-bound senior Alessandro Boaro will be found finessing the operations at one of his parents’…

From singing to coding, Mass. Institute of Technology admit does it all

When she isn’t programming robots, CHS senior Abby Lambert is likely performing onstage or fine-tuning her martial arts skills in preparation for her black belt exam in July. Working and…

CHS student lives in former home of English teacher, sparking unique bond

“Every time I look at him, I have this surreal experience. I can’t help but think that Palshaw was here,” senior Parker White says. The Carmel High School student, commonly…

From land to sea to ROTC, seniors find their future serving in armed forces

“I knew I wanted to give back and serve my country, so I decided that I would join the military,” says CHS senior Connor Suess as he reflects on his…

Jack of all trades may be the Koulest kid in Carmel

Maybe you’ve seen him running around at the bottom of the Carmel High School amphitheater before, performing impeccable jump dives to catch a rogue Frisbee during school lunch. Or maybe…

Drama class brings magic of wizarding world to stage

The room explodes with life, vibrating with a cacophonous flurry of typical thespian activity and banter—consisting of vocal exercises and laughter, a rising wave of volume spreads with exaggerated gesticulations…

CHS bids a warm farewell to four retirees

As the year comes to a close, Carmel High School says goodbye to this year’s retiring staff, including counselor Jennifer Goodbody librarian Elena Loomis and school nurse Susan Pierszalowski, who…

Big Sur’s bridge demolition creates problems for CHS students

After many harsh winter months of torrential downpour and raging storms, Big Sur is left in shambles: a bridge demolished due to its decrepit state, the constant threat and existence…