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In It to Win It meeting sparks class rivalry

In It to Win It meeting sparks class rivalry

October 13, 2019

As homecoming rolls around, so do the homecoming activities, such as In It to Win It: a night of competitions and games between classes that fosters unity, and ignites the age-old ...

Scots slay the Knights in close battle

Scots slay the Knights in close battle

October 9, 2019

Carlmont girls JV volleyball team encountered a head-to-head clash with the Hillsdale Knights, triumphant only due to their sudden surge of spirit.  The Scots started the game off strong on Oct. 8...

New Ralston traffic light causes congestion for commuters

New Ralston traffic light causes congestion for commuters

September 10, 2019

A new traffic signal on Ralston Avenue seeks to regulate traffic safely and efficiently. However, for many Carlmont students, it is more of a hindrance than a help in their daily comm...

Opinion: High school relationships are not what they seem

Opinion: High school relationships are not what they seem

September 6, 2019

As teenagers transition into their high school years, they are faced with the overwhelming pressure to date someone based on societal expectations. Books and movies portray a mess...

Carlmont falls to Sacred Heart Prep in rough season opener

Carlmont falls to Sacred Heart Prep in rough season opener

September 1, 2019

When the Carlmont Scots started their season with a game against the Sacred Heart Prep (SHP) Gators last year, the Scots did not have a happy ending. Carlmont suffered one of t...

Students use YouTube as a means of self-expression

Students use YouTube as a means of self-expression

May 28, 2019

A creative outlet is something many students seek as a way to express their feelings. Commonly, students do this by taking a dance class, piano lessons, or drawing. More young...

Finals cause extra stress for students in language classes

Finals cause extra stress for students in language classes

May 25, 2019

Although finals week is approaching fast, exams for the different language classes have already begun. In most classes, teachers administer only one or two finals in the two ho...

A local nonprofit strives to change the way we think

A local nonprofit strives to change the way we think

March 31, 2019

BraveMaker is an emerging nonprofit based out of Redwood City, seeking to make a difference in not only the way we look at each other, but the way we look at change. Its goal i...

Indian Club plans Holi celebration for next year

Indian Club plans Holi celebration for next year

March 27, 2019

The air is getting warmer, snow is melting, and flower buds are beginning to blossom. It's time for Holi, which celebrates the start of spring, Indian legends, and many other ...

JV boys lacrosse settles the score with their rivals

JV boys lacrosse settles the score with their rivals

March 11, 2019

The Carlmont Scots could not have crafted a more dramatic game for themselves in their JV boys lacrosse battle with Sequoia on a rainy Tuesday night. They had every element of...

Tennis Club fosters inclusivity and teamwork

Tennis Club fosters inclusivity and teamwork

February 28, 2019

Every second and fourth Monday of the month, students gather in room E12 to learn about strategy, teamwork, and most importantly, tennis. Annika Lin, a junior, is president of the cl...

Coastal Honor Choir provides an insightful experience for singers

Coastal Honor Choir provides an insightful experience for singers

November 29, 2018

The stage is set, and the audience waits with anticipation as the singers take their places. There's a beat, and the music begins. After weeks of individually practicing and ...

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