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Music Council offers leadership opportunity to music students

Music Council offers leadership opportunity to music students

Alena Ruhstaller, Scot Scoop Editor

October 16, 2017

With the beginning of a new school year, the members of the Instrumental Music Council hope to hold fundraisers to benefit the music program and create a friendly community for all music students at Carlmont. The club meets weekly on Fridays at lunch in front of F20 to discuss new ideas and future...

Solar eclipse gives Carlmont a unique view

Solar eclipse gives Carlmont a unique view

Connor Lin, Staff Writer

August 23, 2017

On Aug. 21, Carlmont students and staff members made their way down to the football field to witness a rare occurrence: a solar eclipse. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes directly in front of the sun, which casts a shadow and blocks the light from reaching Earth. In order to make a school...

Students take every opportunity to prepare for the SAT

Students take every opportunity to prepare for the SAT

Denton Silfvast, Staff Writer

March 10, 2017

The most important test you will ever take. This is how many students view the SAT, so naturally, students have been flocking to register for the practice SAT on March 25. Sophomore Rachael Taube said, “The more times you take the test, the easier it gets. Practice makes perfect.” The more ...

Ukulele Club provides a unique music opportunity

Ukulele Club provides a unique music opportunity

Talia Fine, Scot Scoop Editor

February 13, 2017

Synchronized strumming, voices in harmony, and a steady drum beat can be heard on Thursdays at lunch in the back of the student union, but it isn't the radio. The Ukulele Club, overseen by advisors Kai Orozco and Jaime Simpson, is simply a group of students with varying levels of musical talent who g...

Club provides students with opportunity to learn about Japanese culture

Club provides students with opportunity to learn about Japanese culture

Isabella Paragas, Illustrator and Staff Writer

May 2, 2012

[media-credit name="Created by Crushart on DeviantArt" align="aligncenter" width="200"][/media-credit]The J-Pop Culture Club was started this year by President Denise Chan and Vice President Kayla Chun. The purpose of the club is to spread their enthusiasm and love for the Japanese pop-culture in all aspects. "We are basica...

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