Many people grew up listening to adventurous tales such as Where the Wild Things Are, Goodnight Moon, and other bedtime stories. As high schoolers are entrenched in their studies and extracurriculars, most tend to forget these childhood classics in the midst of the complicated plots of Shakespe... Read more »
Computer science is a growing study among many students in Silicon Valley who seek it out for its very useful opportunities. By studying computer science, students learn the practical aspects of coding, and can use that knowledge in future jobs. Although computer science is a recreational hobby,... Read more »
As students walk into Carlmont during the week of May 16 through 20, many are dressed in outfits that would normally stand out in a crowd. However, these goofy or crazy outfits are the norm during Carlmont spirit weeks. With themes such as socks and sandals, wacky day, and pajama day, Carlmont's end... Read more »
Estella Lippi reports on the last assembly of the year that serves as a farewell to the seniors. Many students feel that compared to recent assemblies, the 2016 Celebration Assembly was the best one yet.
In San Carlos, it's that time of year again. On May 21, several crowds of people filled Burton Park and downtown San Carlos, as the annual Hometown Days returned. The morning began with the annual Hometown Days parade. Several groups performed, marched, or drove down the stretch in the downtown... Read more »
With finals weeks approaching quickly, Drama IV produced their last show of the year. The curtains rose on May 14 for the annual Showcase that demonstrated a short summary of the students' year. According to senior Annie Klups, the night featured a variety of dramatic and comedic scripts, which we... Read more »
May 13 was a great opportunity for Carlmont students to de-stress after two grueling weeks of Advanced Placement (AP) exams. The Peninsula Humane Society brought in service dogs and, during lunch, the dogs were in an arena in the quad for Carlmont students to play with. "I just got out of the A... Read more »
A new and unique kind of drive is occurring at Carlmont during the month of May. Gowns for Girls is a drive which, unlike many other drives put on by ASB including the blood drive and the food drive, the donations actually benefit the Carlmont community specifically. Organized by ASB’s Do Somet... Read more »
Estella Lippi reports on the country music fan, Justin Pace, a freshman who is not afraid to share his music taste with the rest of the school.
The awards case lining F-wing and the three-foot trophies in the band room are visual evidence of something Carlmont staff and students know -- our instrumental music program is exceptional. The instrumental music students work every day in class for several performances throughout the year. The m... Read more »
Senior and ASB Vice President Lukas Kelly checks the quad sound system in preparation for day one of Carlmont's Got Talent. (Minh-Han Vu) Senior Chris Tang plays a classical piece on a home-brought keyboard. Tang has performed in venues across the country and plans to pursue music afte... Read more »