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Hundreds of students made their way down to the quad for 17 minutes on March 14 at 10 a.m. to stand in solidarity with Parkland, Fla. Rosie Asmar, a senior, helps to lead the rally by singing songs and holding a moment of silence to honor the 17 students who were killed.

Students express support through nationwide walkout

March 15, 2018

Enough. Never again. These slogans, along with many posters, social media posts, and heartfelt messages, were spread throughout the Carlmont community in the weeks preced...

Nick Mattas works on his drawing inside of Art Club.

Carlmont students express themselves in Art Club

March 9, 2018

Lights and darks, paints strewn across the room, masterpieces hanging on the walls. No, this isn’t a museum. It’s room F12 during lunchtime; this is art club. Art clu...

A student holds her textbooks along with her Bible as she prepares for school.

Christian club helps students express their faith at school

February 3, 2018

“My faith is a key part of my life that defines my values and interactions with others, and I feel blessed to be able to express and share that at school,” said Kiran Boone,...

Sam Hosmer, a junior, lectures on the issue of the Kurdish Independence Referendum.

Model United Nations offers an avenue to express political opinions

October 17, 2017

While many students talk about their days during lunch, some speak of the lack of civil liberties students in third world countries experience on a daily basis. These discussion...

Sophomore Joshua Mathew draws a happy face during the Chalk for Happiness event..

Students express themselves with chalk

March 2, 2017

A flower, a mermaid, a frog, a face, a star, a heart, an island. These are just some of the many pictures that Carlmont students drew with chalk in an event hosted by ASB o...

One of the many posters seen around school advertising the Panda Express Fundraiser on Feb. 17 is seen outside the ASB room.

Class of 2020 takes over Panda Express

February 20, 2017

On Feb. 17, Carlmont students flooded Panda Express in support of their freshman class. After planning and advertising the event for weeks, freshmen Joe Sison and Rachel Ami...

The basketball game was cancelled due to the storm and flooding.

‘Pineapple Express’ rains out varsity basketball

December 14, 2014

The storm "Pineapple Express," which began early Thursday morning on Dec. 11, caused many school districts to close down for the day. Thursday was supposed to mark the start of the Carlmont varsity team's participation in the Cardinal Classic, a three d...

Senior, Maylon Robinson expressing her style

Students express themselves through fashion creativity

September 20, 2013

Unique and individual styles are seen around campus everyday. Carlmont has a diverse student population, mixed with different personalities, and characteristics. There are a vari...

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