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Seniors say goodbye to Carlmont Dance

Seniors say goodbye to Carlmont Dance

Talia Fine, Multimedia Managing Editor

May 8, 2019


Filed under Activity Bios, In-Depth, Multimedia, Top News

The seniors in the Carlmont dance program are jumping into next year and beyond. They have some thoughts to share as they leave behind a program that has played a big role in their high school careers. This content features a series of reflections and fond memories from the program's leading ladies,...

Player spotlight: Finigan Tilly prepares for golf at UC Berkeley

Player spotlight: Finigan Tilly prepares for golf at UC Berkeley

Ivy Nguyen, Staff Writer

April 13, 2016


Filed under Activity Bios, Multimedia, Sports, Top News

On Feb. 3, senior Finigan Tilly officially signed a Letter of Intent to play golf at UC Berkeley. "It's going to take a lot of work and dedication, but I'm excited to play for the team. Berkeley is also just a great school," said Tilly. Since signing, he has been filled with anticipation for college...

No more GSA for Carlmont

No more GSA for Carlmont

Karen Gao, Staff Writer

August 28, 2015


Filed under Activity Bios, Campus

This year, Carlmont's Gay-Straight Alliance is changing its name to Queer-Straight Alliance (QSA), but what does this change represent? The club's main goal is to provide a supporting and nurturing environment for LGBT+ (lesbian-gay-bisexual-trans) youth and their allies. Club Secretary,  junior...

The Muslim Fellowship Club makes a difference

The Muslim Fellowship Club makes a difference

Lila Schulman, Staff Writer

March 12, 2015


Filed under Activity Bios, Bios

Sometimes, one can become set in one’s ways and forget to be open minded; however, the Muslim Fellowship Club inspires Carlmont to be more accepting of different beliefs, cultures, and religions. At this time, the many conflicts in the Middle East have led some to come up with the conclusion about...

Embracing Polynesian culture in the Pacific Islander Club

Embracing Polynesian culture in the Pacific Islander Club

Ethan Wong, Staff Writer

March 5, 2015


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The Pacific Islander Club, also known as Polynesian Club, aims to promote Pacific Islander culture and become an environment where students can join and become part of the club's family. Senior Nicholas Reyes, Pacific Islander Club President said, "I grew up in a household that revolved around Polynesian...

Explore your creativity in the Art Club

Explore your creativity in the Art Club

Lila Schulman, Staff Writer

February 28, 2015


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One doesn't have to be Pablo Picasso or Vincent Van Gogh to join Carlmont’s Art Club; the only requirement is to be interested in art. Art Club, run by art teacher Cynthia Hodges, is a great way for students to not only meet other people who are interested in art, but also to get active in the school,...

Girls tennis coach begins final season

Girls tennis coach begins final season

October 2, 2014


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The girls tennis season has just started off, and Carlmont is off to a strong start. This year there are 24 girls on the team, which include multiple new faces such as freshmen Kristen Ma, Sandra Strongin, and Juliette Rencoret. “I think that they're all super nice, cool, and are working really...

Art Club colors Carlmont’s campus

Art Club colors Carlmont’s campus

Minh-Han Vu, Art Director

September 26, 2014


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Carlmont's Art Club was originally created with the singular goal to foster the creativity of its members. While this goal continues to be a primary focus of the Art Club, this year's president, Tina Enkhbat, and vice president, Amber Governale, have added to the club's growing list of ambitions. Governale...

Drama department prepares for the upcoming year

Drama department prepares for the upcoming year

Gianna Schuster, Staff Writer

September 23, 2014


Filed under Activity Bios, Top News

The 2014-2015 school year is off to a start, and so are plans for Carlmont’s drama department. The upcoming fall play will be “You Can’t Take It with You,” a classic American comedy filled with, “really zany, wild characters,” according to Drama teacher and director Nancy Martin. The...

A new start for Carlmont Chamber Singers

A new start for Carlmont Chamber Singers

Marco Sevilla, Staff Writer

September 22, 2014


Filed under Activity Bios, Top News

As a new year of Carlmont beings, so does a new year of the Chamber Singers. Out of the nine choirs supervised by choir director Genevieve Tep, Chamber Singers is considered the  most advanced-level choir. Every year about 33 female and male students are chosen to be in the class after an audition...

Screamin’ Scots roar into new school year

Screamin’ Scots roar into new school year

Kat Savin, ScotCenter Video Editor

September 21, 2014


Filed under Activity Bios, Top News

Dressed up in white and blue, exploding with school spirit, Screamin’ Scots is cheering into their 16th year of school spirit. Screamin’ Scots consists of about 145 students who attend football, basketball, and now lacrosse games, cheering on Carlmont’s teams with organized cheers and screaming....

Drumline works to fulfill expectations

Drumline works to fulfill expectations

Kimiko Okumura, Staff Writer

September 19, 2014


Filed under Activity Bios

At every Carlmont assembly or football game, students walk in excited to see Drumline ready to entertain the audience with their choreography and upbeat music. During the start  of the 2014-2015 school year, Drumline underwent two major changes. Despite these changes, the group works to fulfill...

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