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Open House offers insight into future classes

Open House offers insight into future classes

Sadie Lyman, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018


Filed under Campus

Carlmont has numerous course selections for its students that allow them to explore their interests, whether they be in art, science, math, or any other subject. When it comes to choosing courses to take, students and parents often feel unaware of what each class offers. Carlmont's annual Open Hou...

Language classes explore cultures in National Foreign Language Week

Language classes explore cultures in National Foreign Language Week

Alexander English, Staff Writer

March 8, 2018


Filed under Campus

This year, National Foreign Language Week falls between March 5 and March 11. It is a week dedicated to looking at other cultures and their languages to discover the importance of diversity. National Foreign Language Week was inaugurated in the spring of 1957 and first occurred in the week of Feb....

AP classes spark passions and stress

AP classes spark passions and stress

Anna Feng, Staff Writer

February 15, 2018


Filed under Features

“I didn’t sleep last night because I had to finish my outline.” This is a sentiment felt by many advanced placement (AP) European history (APEH) students. For many of the students, APEH is their first AP class, and many of them are unaccustomed to the class workload. American culture has a...

Drama classes provide creative outlet

Drama classes provide creative outlet

Aliyah Wachob, Staff Writer

March 6, 2017


Filed under Campus

The perfect monologue has been chosen and memorized. The character’s mannerisms have been perfected at last. The fear of auditioning is washed out with a love of performing and hope of being granted entry into advanced drama. During the past few weeks at Carlmont, drama students have been preparing for...

Choosing next year’s classes

Choosing next year’s classes

Sophie Haddad and Becca Fradkin

February 13, 2015


Filed under Podcasts

      Choosing next year's classes

English classes may not exactly teach english

English classes may not exactly teach english

Matt DeGraff, Staff Writer

March 30, 2014


Filed under Features, Student Outlook

"The umbrella is blue. "  Sentences like this drive high school students crazy. English teachers may tell their students that the umbrella is blue because the author wanted to show the character's sadness. But it is possible that the author simply wanted the character to have a blue umbrella. If cir...

Why students should be able to take as many AP classes as they want

Ayesha Abbasi, Social Media Editor

December 12, 2013


Filed under Opinion, Original Opinions

Restricting a students access to advances in knowledge sounds like something out of a horror story for any AP student. The unemployment rate for college graduates is at 4.5 percent, and the unemployment rate for high school graduates is even higher at 24 percent. So why stop children from excelling in...

Students excited for next year’s classes

Students excited for next year’s classes

March 23, 2012


Filed under Campus

[media-credit id=47 align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit]As we come closer to the end of the school year, most students have met with their guidance counselors to pick their classes for next year. Most students are excited, such as freshman Calvin Dickerson, who said that “I’m taking weight training,...

Course fair helps students choose classes

Course fair helps students choose classes

February 11, 2011


Filed under Campus

[media-credit id=15 align="alignright" width="500"][/media-credit] Carlmont students poured into the gymnasium for the annual course fair on Tuesday, Feb. 8 and Thursday, Feb. 10. The course fair gave students the opportunity to ask teachers and other students questions as well as inquire about potential classes ...

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