Author: Grace Hegland

Overbeck commits to UNC volleyball

Sophomore Carson Overbeck will be playing for UNC’s volleyball team starting 2021. On April 11, Carson Overbeck, sophomore, announced her verbal commitment to UNC volleyball. Overbeck has been an integral part of the CHS varsity volleyball team since her freshman year. Overbeck additionally plays as a libero or defensive specialist for Triangle Volleyball Club. Now, […]

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 year. The blended classes initiative began five or six years ago, but the Board of […]

Failed New Year’s resolutions

Every New Year, people across the world discuss what they will do to grow in the new year. However, by the time March rolls around, most New Year’s Resolutions are left in the dust, leaving many — including CHS students — to wonder if a new year really does mean a new me. Katie Brannum, […]

Is Chivalry Dead?

Chivalry is dead, or so we often hear. Chivalry originated in the medieval times as a way to differentiate the knights from the common folk in society. Today, the definition and applications of chivalry have drastically changed, leaving CHS students to wonder if chivalry is still alive. Kimeran Kimble, CHS sophomore, believes that chivalry is […]

An Unlikely Coincidence

Cameron Ferguson is a new teacher in the social studies department. He went to Smith Middle School, where he had Daphne Montoya as his sixth grade math teacher. This year, Montoya passed away, and Ferguson reflects on his memories of her. “She was a great teacher and that was a great class. I’m not much […]

Terrific Times at T-Dance

CHS students looked forward to T-dance since the beginning of the school year; finally, the long awaited T-dance was Saturday, November 18 at the Hope Valley Country Club in Durham. T-dance is run by a collection of mothers and daughters and is a great opportunity to dance and have fun with friends. It includes Chapel […]

She Kills Monsters Killed It

Student’s excitement about She Kills Monsters continues to buzz through CHS hallways after the memorable performance. She Kills Monsters explores common topics in many high schoolers’ lives: popularity versus geekiness, relationship problems, sibling problems and sexuality. The performance puts a spin on these typical topics by adding fantasy and adventure as the characters travel through […]

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