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Diego Rey describes the elements of creating a healthy work environment for employees.

Starting up a start-up

November 13, 2019

As Carlmont students begin to focus in on what they want to pursue after high school, some find entrepreneurship particularly appealing. Fittingly, the November science lecture was centered ...

Collins explains the next step in the process of creating his world record setting paper airplane.

World record paper airplane folder excites museum goers about science

May 30, 2019

On the rainy Sunday morning of May 26, 2019, about 60 young kids and their parents gathered at the Hiller Aviation Museum to learn about the science of flight and to build someth...

Science teacher Paul Bellar runs for the position of Assessor-Recorder in San Francisco.

Carlmont science teacher runs for office

November 5, 2018

Running for the position of Assessor-Recorder in San Francisco this year is Paul Bellar, a science teacher in the Sequoia Union High School District. The office of the Assessor,...

Computer Science Club Vice President Josh Vendrow helps club member Selena Sun with new computer software during their regular Monday lunch meeting held in room D23.

Computer Science Club creates future coders

May 6, 2018

With the world revolving around technology, computer programming has become a vital industry in today’s society. Carlmont’s Computer Science Club enables students of all sk...

Elizabeth Kravtchenko shows her research project regarding the CA State Science Fair.

STEM Fair and Art Expo allows students to share their interests with others

March 8, 2018

As science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers continue to grow, more and more students begin to show interest in these fields. Every year, the San Mateo County Office of E...

Speaker, Skylar Thomas, answers questions after his presentation on sharks.

Science lecture proves sharks are not ‘mindless monsters’

February 16, 2018

Many people view sharks as dangerous and irrational beasts. Skylar Thomas is not one of those people. On Feb. 14, Thomas visited Carlmont to give a presentation on sharks and their ...

Seniors Blake Thomas and Edward Vendrow discuss a problem on the whiteboard.

Computer Science Club does more than just code

November 28, 2017

Lunch can be a peaceful or chaotic time. For Computer Science Club members, it can consist of problem-solving with friends. "Computer Science Club is there to help you learn...

NASA researcher Michael Flynn sums up his presentation with a few brief words of advice for the audience. Flynn said,

NASA science lecture explores the search for extraterrestrial life

November 10, 2017

Scientists, as well as ordinary people, are continually grappling with the question of whether we are alone in the universe. In order to answer that question, they must travel...

The Girls Who Code Club meets every Thursday in D24 to learn more about the world of computer science.

Girls Who Code Club supports women in computer science

November 6, 2017

The Girls Who Code Club offers opportunities for girls at Carlmont to discover the language of code and explore the possibilities of computer science careers. The Girls Who Code organization, which starte...

Reading time! A Brave New World, the book being read by Biotech Institute's English 2 class next to Othello, the book being read by Carlmont's normal English 2 class.

Biotech Institute creates opportunities for science-loving students

November 6, 2017

For any student that loves science classes, science clubs, science lectures, or just science in general, the BTI pathway may be the way to go. Starting in sophomore year and ending...

One of the club members stays in the classroom after lunch to finish their current computer science exercise.

Computer Science Club practices programming skills

November 2, 2017

The Computer Science Club provides students with a learning environment and preparation for programming competitions. New members can learn programming while older members can practi...

Protesters in San Francisco began their march in Justin Herman Plaza and continued down the main streets.

Protesters gather in San Francisco to ‘March For Science’

April 25, 2017

A swelling mass of tens of thousands of lab coats plunged down the streets of San Francisco. Raising their Earth Day banners above their heads, these protesters wanted to...

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