Monthly Archives: November 2015

Students thirst for more water fountains on campus

“Water, water, everywhere, and all the boards did shrink. Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink.” For the doomed crew in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s “The Rime of the Ancient…

NexGen science standards to start next year

Now that everyone is in the swing of things and gets the way classes work here at CHS, they are in for a big surprise: all science classes will be…

Carmel prepares for predicted deluge

Forecasted heavy rainfall is spurring residents to action in order to avoid a repeat of previous flood damage. Laura Wells, a Mission Fields resident, recalls the heavy flooding of 1995…

Superbowl raffle holds promise

The third annual CHS Super Bowl Raffle Fundraiser is in full swing and appears to be outpacing prior Super Bowl raffle fundraising success. According to College and Career Center coordinator…

District sheds light on energy efficiency at CHS

With energy efficiency dominating the headlines, it is a pertinent question to ask what Carmel High School is doing to cutback power usage. Among students, the most pressing issue in…

Is social media a useful tool or a waste of time?

In a world overrun by technology, it is no wonder that people often find themselves feeling immersed in social media. According to a 2014 survey by Edison Research, the number…

Accelerated CHS math track may soon be an option

Carmel High School may be implementing a new advanced math program that would allow students to take AP Calculus BC in their senior year. “Students would take Accelerated Integrated 2…

ASB aims to put the student back in the student body

This week is the year’s fourth spirit week created by an enthusiastic team of Associated Student Body representatives working hard to increase Padre pride despite an historically apathetic reception to…

Bleacher report: Major Renovations set for February

It’s 2013 and yet another heated rivalry match is taking place in Carmel High School’s gym. The gym is an explosion of cheers as the Carmel Padres take on the…

Should homework affect students’ grades?

For years homework has been defined as practice to be completed at home and learned from once corrected. Such a system allows students to learn from their mistakes and increase…