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Students enjoy more than just dancing at this year’s prom

Students enjoy more than just dancing at this year’s prom

Lauren Tierney, Staff Writer

May 11, 2015


Filed under Campus

On May 1, 740 Carlmont students attended prom at the San Francisco Academy of Sciences. This year prom featured way more than just eating and dancing. Students could explore the museum's aquarium exhibits, sing karaoke, take photos in the photo booth, and choose from various delicious food options. Two...

Boys tennis team seniors enjoy their final season

Boys tennis team seniors enjoy their final season

Zoe Wildman, Highlander Editor

April 13, 2015


Filed under Sports

For most seniors, the end of the school years marks the bittersweet closing of one chapter and the exciting beginning of another. This is especially true for student athletes as they finish out the end of their final seasons on high school sports teams. On the boys tennis team, three seniors, Mitchell...

Local family restaurant that everyone can enjoy

Local family restaurant that everyone can enjoy

Miranda Irwin, Staff Writer

February 17, 2015


Filed under A&E

Hidden in Redwood City, Calif. is a small restaurant called Canyon Inn. On the outside it may not look like the most extravagant restaurant, but once you enter through the heavy wooden door, you will find yourself greeted by a pleasant, welcoming atmosphere. Canyon Inn would probably be most accurately de...

Students enjoy CAHSEE schedule

Students enjoy CAHSEE schedule

Kian Karamdashti, ScotCenter Sports

March 20, 2014


Filed under Campus

Driving by Carlmont High School on the mornings of March 18 and 19, one would probably be confused by the lack of cars filling the street. Local San Carlos resident Kian Seddighnezad, who was driving by on his way to school, was puzzled by the lack of traffic. "I was pleasantly surprised as I was...

Students enjoy football game despite loss

Students enjoy football game despite loss

Dominic Gialdini, Highlander Editor

September 22, 2012


Filed under Sports

Although Carlmont varsity football's 14-35  loss to Aragon in the first home game on the new turf field and under the lights disappointed hundreds of Scots, it did not prevent them from enjoying and partaking in the festive night. At the game on Sept. 21, an enthusiastic crowd cheered for Carlmont's var...

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