Monthly Archives: April 2017

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…

Girls’ lacrosse officially starts its inaugural season at Carmel High

After a long and complicated struggle to officialize a girls’ lacrosse team at Carmel High, CHS students and parents have finally succeeded, but now the question stands: Will this newfound…

Science course offering sparks tension between board and teachers

The implementation of the new mandated Next Generation Science Standards in the 2017-18 school year would leave CHS without any sections of Physics in the 2017-18 school year, but after…

The tenure controversy: Teachers examine pros cons of security

“Who else has the requirement to regularly assess people as teachers do?” Carmel High School social studies teacher Bill Schrier asks. “There is a constant and frequent need to grade…

Outages have not changed district’s emergency electrical protocol

“When I first went to school I thought I was watching some zombie show,” senior Adam Morrison says “There were generators powering lights…. It was very surreal.” Power outages at…

Community lacks healthy water levels despite winter rains

In spite of the near record-breaking rain California received in the 2016 rainy season, Carmel still remains in a severe water crisis. The main water sources for Carmel and the…

From public to private, peninsula boasts top school options

With a variety of secondary schooling options available for residents of the Monterey Peninsula, parents may wonder which high school to send their child to. Whether public or private, large…

Reflecting on three years with CHS’ championship team

I joined the Carmel High mock trial team in the beginning of my sophomore year. Two and a half years later, with my high school career coming to a close,…

Cafeteria Neeewwwss: District pursues healthy options

Based on a philosophy to provide local, fresh organic food to Carmel High School students, the cafeteria has utilized three major food companies to satisfy students’ hunger. As the district’s…

This Club Saves Lives goes to LA for WE Day, volunteering

While most Carmel High School students will be cramming last minute for AP tests on April 27, 20 members of This Club Saves Lives will be attending WE Day to…