The student news site of Carlmont High School in Belmont, California.

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The student news site of Carlmont High School in Belmont, California.

Scot Scoop News

The student news site of Carlmont High School in Belmont, California.

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Audrey Burnley

Audrey Burnley, ScotCenter Managing Editor

Audrey Burnley is in her senior year at Carlmont High School. This year will be her third year in journalism and is very excited to be producing videos. In her free time, she can be found in the kitchen baking something or participating in school activities.

Twitter: @burnleyaudrey

 

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Senior Tyler Cary rushes to first base as the first baseman on the Dons comes up right behind him. After Carey swung the ball, he began to rush to first base. His team filled the field with roars cheering him on.

In photos: Scots face Dons in opening scrimmage

Audrey Burnley, ScotCenter Managing Editor February 15, 2024

The Carlmont varsity baseball team was the first of the spring sports to begin playing. They opened the season with a scrimmage against the Aragon Dons.  In this scrimmage against the Dons, both...

On Eucalyptus Avenue, residents go all out decorating their houses with lights and other holiday decorations in order to contribute to the holiday season. However, the influx of visitors leads to problems like litter and a need for restroom facilities. The city of San Carlos has worked hard to mitigate these problems.

[Photo] Eucalyptus Avenue holiday lights bring cheer and concerns

December 20, 2023

On Eucalyptus Avenue, residents go all out decorating their houses with lights and other holiday decorations in order to contribute to the holiday season. However, the influx of visitors leads to problems...

Though not frequently discussed, the adjustment veterans must make back into civilian life can be a difficult and disjointed process.

The fallout: The realities of post-combat life

Serenity Corbett-Richardson and Audrey Burnley November 10, 2023

The weight of war doesn’t lift with the final pull of a trigger. It doesn’t lift with the ceremonial slip of paper declaring a soldier’s “Honorable Discharge.” It doesn’t even lift the moment...

San Carlos’ 31st annual art and wine faire brings the Bay Area together

Audrey Burnley, ScotCenter Managing Editor October 9, 2023

The beautiful California fall weather mixed with good food, wine, music, and art fills the streets of downtown San Carlos during their 31st annual art and wine festival on the weekend of October 7th. San...

Carlmont attempts to wrangle lunch lines

Audrey Burnley, ScotCenter Managing Editor September 18, 2022

When Carlmont High School started serving free lunch to students, the school's administration had no idea that so many of its population would take advantage of this opportunity. When students returned...

A rallygoer holds a poster with the colors of the Ukrainian flag.

[Photo] Russia vs. Ukraine: A conflict decades in the making

March 8, 2022

A rallygoer holds a poster with the colors of the Ukrainian flag.

Bay Area protesters support Ukraine from afar

Audrey Burnley, ScotCenter Managing Editor March 7, 2022

Local rallies have sprung up around the bay area in support of Ukraine. At some of these rallies, local businesses and groups have shown their support through various signs and lengthy conversations. The...

ASB makes all students feel loved on Valentine’s day

Audrey Burnley, ScotCenter Managing Editor February 23, 2022

At Carlmont, Valentine's day is a day for all students to feel loved. The Associated Student Body (ASB) set up various activities where students received roses, hearts, and had the chance to participate...

Models exemplify the significance of being labeled as a survivor, not a victim.

Sexual assault: an overview of its effect on society

Sydney O'Donnell and Audrey Burnley February 23, 2022

Trigger Warning: This article includes mentions of sexual assault and suicide. This content may be upsetting to some readers. Every 68 seconds, an American experiences sexual assault, according to RAINN, a...

New Omicron restrictions challenge winter sport athletes

Audrey Burnley, ScotCenter Managing Editor January 28, 2022

Following the end of winter break, the peninsula board of athletics met to discuss the rapid changes in omicron over winter break. A few restrictions were placed including rescheduling and who could go...

Students walk down to the quad to go to the Winter Around the World event.

Carlmont brings multiple winter holidays to life

Audrey Burnley, ScotCenter Managing Editor December 11, 2021

The lights are going up and decorations are being placed around the quad because 'tis the season for all winter holidays at Carlmont. At Carlmont High School, Winter Around the World, is a holiday event...

Students feel stressed at the large workload they have after being absent from school.

Academic pressure keeps sick students in school

Audrey Burnley, ScotCenter Managing Editor November 17, 2021

There have been over 250 cases of sick students with excused absences at Carlmont since the beginning of November. However, far more than 10% of the Carlmont student body is ill. Despite the COVID-19...

Carlmont students eat lunch on the few tables available outside the Student Union.

Students’ lunch spaces sink to the floor

Audrey Burnley, ScotCenter Managing Editor October 26, 2021

As the bell rings at 11:44, signifying the start of lunch, students race out of their classroom and go one of two ways. Some charge towards the lunch lines and others hurry to find a table where they can...

The Carlmont Cup is a spirit competition where students compete against each other in different games during lunch to win prizes.

Starblazers achieve victory in Carlmont Cup

Audrey Burnley, ScotCenter Managing Editor October 5, 2021

The competition was tense at the Carlmont Cup finale between the Starblazers and Bellybusters, two finalist groups in the event.   The Carlmont Cup is a recurring spirit activity where students can...

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