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Students struggle for a work-life balance

Students struggle for a work-life balance

Alexander English, Staff Writer

February 28, 2018


Filed under Features

A student ends the school day and rushes to work.  He leaves work 4 hours later and rushes home, beginning his homework. At 2 a.m., he finally finishes his day. As stress begins to overwhelm him, his grades slip. This is the reality for countless high school students around the country, but many...

Students prepare for the spring musical ‘The Wedding Singer’

Students prepare for the spring musical ‘The Wedding Singer’

Samantha Chu, Staff Writer

January 22, 2018


Filed under Campus

It's 3:15. The bell rings, signaling the end of the school day. For most students, this means that it's time to go home. However, for the students in the spring musical, it means that it's time for rehearsal. Preparations for this year's spring musical, "The Wedding Singer," directed by Stephanie Renee Maysonav...

History teacher awarded for social justice work

History teacher awarded for social justice work

Connor Lin, Staff Writer

January 21, 2017


Filed under Campus, Top News

On Jan. 16, Carlmont history teacher Karen Ramroth was given the Dorothy Boyajian Honored Teacher Award. This award recognizes teachers in the community who reflect the ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and teach students about justice and diversity. Ramroth said, “This award was named after Dor...

Repeating the word ‘work’ will only get Rihanna so far

Repeating the word ‘work’ will only get Rihanna so far

Adriana Ramirez, Staff Writer

March 2, 2016


Filed under A&E, Reviews

"Work, work, work, work, work..." The song just keeps going -- same lyrics, same beat. Work for what? What needs actual work is that song. Rihanna's new single, "Work," featuring Drake, has become a recent hit and is spreading like wildfire on social media. After hearing it once, I kept asking...

‘I Cry When I Laugh’ exposes unadulterated vocal work

‘I Cry When I Laugh’ exposes unadulterated vocal work

Kiera Pendleton-White, Staff Writer

September 15, 2015


Filed under A&E

In her debut album, "I Cry When I Laugh," singer Jess Glynne sets herself apart from other pop artists by having her voice be the focus on top of electronics. The British singer began her career by rewriting and singing a song, later titled “My Love,” for Route 94, after being approached by t...

A new teacher inspired by her father’s work

Lauren Tierney, Staff Writer

September 22, 2014


Filed under Campus, Staff Bios

Kristin Robinson joined our Carlmont community this year to continue to pursue her passion for teaching math. Her father has played a huge part in creating her passion for teaching students as he too was a teacher. Robinson said, “My dad is a retired physics teacher. After I graduated college,...

School activities and clubs work to end on a high note

School activities and clubs work to end on a high note

Danielle Hamer

May 8, 2014


Filed under Campus, Top News

Students, teachers, and everyone on campus can almost taste summer approaching. However, before students finish that last final and turn  books in for beach towels, campus activities and clubs rush to end their year on a high note. The end of the school year is a time when most clubs and school activities...

ASB’s work continues as year winds down

ASB’s work continues as year winds down

Melanie Hamaguchi, Staff Writer

May 7, 2014


Filed under Campus

While for many students the school year is cooling down, for ASB members things are heating up as they work to put on an exciting end of the year celebration assembly. For many students, the end of the school year is an interesting time as finals approach and their time as a student begins to slip...

As seniors graduate juniors step up in the work field

As seniors graduate juniors step up in the work field

Miranda Irwin, Staff Writer

May 2, 2014


Filed under Student Bios

As the senior class prepares to graduate this June, many of them will leave behind their memories, their friends, their hometown, and their jobs. Much of the junior and senior class is employed part-time. However, as the seniors go off to college they will also leave behind their jobs which will then...

Students’ hard work pays off in election results

Students’ hard work pays off in election results

Alyssa Fagel, Editor

November 7, 2013


Filed under News

On Nov. 5, local elections were held and several Carlmont students were able to see the results of their hard work. The winners of the election are as follows: San Carlos City Council: Bob Grassilli, Cameron Johnson, Matt Grocott San Carlos School Board: Carol Elliott, Kathleen Farley, Nicole Bergeron Be...

Hard work pays off for Lady Scots

Hard work pays off for Lady Scots

Kimiko Okumura, Staff Writer

October 9, 2013


Filed under Sports, Top News

The intense preparation and practice of the girls varsity water polo team helped them push their way to an 8-6 victory against Sequoia High School Wednesday night. "During practice we spent time on the fundamentals of water polo. In close games it comes down to which team will perform better fundamentals,"...

How to Survive High School Day 12: Getting work done

How to Survive High School Day 12: Getting work done

Kat Savin, Staff Writer

September 11, 2013


Filed under How to Survive High School

Procrastination, the disease that seems to hit all high school students one way or another. Freshmen year was a good year for me. I was getting all my work done and my grades were good, but it wasn't until sophomore year when it all went downhill. Instead of being on task and getting all my work done,...

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