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.

Scot Scoop News

Lexi Romanowsky

Lexi Romanowsky, Staff Writer

Lexi Romanowsky, a sophomore at Carlmont High School, is interested in journalism because it allows her to become well-informed about the life around her. She is skilled in expressing herself creatively and has won a Pacemaker honorable mention for her 2018 editorial cartoon. She is also a part of the Carlmont High School's Associated Student Body.

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All content by Lexi Romanowsky
There is a high price that comes with body dysmorphia.

[Photo] 21st Century Girl

December 19, 2020

There is a high price that comes with body dysmorphia.

Carl finds Scott at their favorite boba tea shop. Despite Scotts lactose intolerance, he prefers dairy milk (for the better or worse).

[Photo] Monty & Scott: The Scary Dairy’s

April 22, 2020

Carl finds Scott at their favorite boba tea shop. Despite Scott's lactose intolerance, he prefers dairy milk (for the better or worse).

Carl Monty and Scott move into their new apartment. However, Scott is not too pleased.

[Photo] Monty & Scott: A New Yard

April 15, 2020

Carl Monty and Scott move into their new apartment. However, Scott is not too pleased.

Learning takes on a whole new meaning with long-distance schooling.

[Photo] Opinion: School closure is a short-sighted decision

March 25, 2020

"Learning" takes on a whole new meaning with long-distance schooling.

Goldilocks, like many teenage girls, struggles to meet the socially acceptable criteria while searching for the perfect winter formal dress.

[Photo] Cartoon: Goldilocks Prepares for Formal

January 28, 2020

Goldilocks, like many teenage girls, struggles to meet the socially acceptable criteria while searching for the perfect winter formal dress.

Despite the panic of over hand sanitizer shortage, lack of sanitizer is not a life or death situation. It is a common misconception that all sanitizers kill viruses, however, this is false and should be common knowledge among civilians.

Cartoon: Insanitizer

March 10, 2020

Growing up allows children to develop attachments that may remain with them well into adulthood.

A blanket understanding of attachment

February 5, 2020

A college graduate stands in front of her first car. With tears running down her face, she realizes it is time to part ways with her beloved vehicle. She has been through so much since she first bought...

The Week of the Familys infamous No Homework Night and Cooks Night Off, allows for ultimate family bonding.

Cartoon: Family Bonding

January 22, 2020

I think [practice over break] is a good way to make sure no one gets super rusty and it keeps people in shape, said Gabriel Anson, a senior and varsity boys soccer player.

Soccer players’ calendars are booked for the holidays

December 11, 2019

As students discuss their holiday vacations and plans, soccer players know precisely what theirs look like during the break: arriving at school almost every day for practice. Soccer, being a winter...

Joe Seaman, a senior and a boys varsity basketball player, finds the bench gives the opportunity to bond with his teammates. We learned not to be depressed or frustrated, but to support the team and have fun, Seaman said.

The bench acts as a catalyst to uplift Carlmont sports games

November 14, 2019

Whether it be a benchwarmer, backup, or sub, starting a game sitting on the sideline might be one of the most crucial positions on a Carlmont sports team. In sports, it is a common misconception that...

Carlmont varsity junior and goalie Thaddeus Duffy perseveres through a tough loss against Woodside.

Varsity water polo community explains the prioritizing of student-athlete life

October 7, 2019

Defining priorities as a student-athlete is something that many face. For varsity players, the sport they play comes with it.  Dedicated boys varsity water polo players from both Woodside and Carlmont...

Seniors across the country dread being asked the inevitable question: Where are you applying to college?

[Photo] Opinion: Stop asking seniors where they are applying to college

September 26, 2019

Seniors across the country dread being asked the inevitable question: "Where are you applying to college?"

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