CHS Has Chickens?

Many students at CHS don’t realize that the school actually has its own chickens. And a further surprise to many is that we have had them since January of this year. Stefan Klakovich, CHS environmental science teacher, looks after the […]

The Best of Both Worlds

On April 4, 28 students and two teachers travelled across the Atlantic ocean to visit the United States. For the past eight years, Madame Nathalie Gaut, CHS French teacher, has been exchanging students from France and introducing them to American […]

CHS DECA diamonds take internationals

From Saturday April 22 to 25, for the first time in Carrboro High School history, two DECA members competed in the DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC), held in Atlanta, Georgia. DECA competitions began in the fall with the districts […]

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 the state competition. The club […]

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 […]