April 19, 2018

Science Olympiad excels

The CHS Science Olympiad team won their regional competition for the first time ever this year on Saturday, March 3. The varsity team placed second in regionals overall, giving them the opportunity to compete in ...Read More

Changes coming for CHS classes

Blended classes were implemented this year in English and social studies classes of the current freshmen. Based on the program’s success, CHS faculty and staff will expand blended classes to both the sophomore and freshman classes for the 2018-2019 school […]

March was too mad for UNC

This past March was filled with crazy upsets that proved to everyone why predictability is never a guarantee. The top bracket on the ESPN bracket challenge didn’t even predict the Elite Eight completely correct. At CHS, the only two brackets […]

How-to: prom on a budget

Fourth quarter has started for CHS, and if that weren’t stressful enough, another important event is coming up: Carrboro’s prom. Prom can put a lot of pressure on students, especially in regards to expenses. Many students don’t consider prom an […]

Student Athletes Commit to College

On Wednesday, April 11 three seniors committed to continue their careers as student athletes at the collegiate level. Gabby Addams will play soccer at Carlow University, Quincy Monday will wrestle at Princeton University and Penny Newall will play volleyball at […]

CHS takes on March Madness

In a year full of upsets, buzzer beaters and bracket busters, the NCAA tournament, March 15 to April 2, has reached the height of uncertainty as sixteen-seeded UMBC beat the overall one seed UVA. According to ESPN, the odds of […]