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A student crosses the finish line for the Color Run.

Tierra Linda-Mariposa students and families raise money at the Color Run

October 26, 2019

While Carlmont high schoolers were sleeping in on a Sunday morning, Tierra Linda (TL) and Mariposa middle schoolers were up and ready to run a 5K. From 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on...

Jane Doe*, one of the few donors at the Redwood City blood drive, hold out her arm as a nurse collects her blood.

Local blood bank seeks more donors

May 1, 2018

Blood donor turnout is too low. In partnership with the Blood Centers of the Pacific, the Redwood City Public Library hosted a blood drive open to any community member over ag...

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...

Senator Diane Feinstein meets with Donald Trump to discuss gun control, one of the issues she is most outspoken about. While she supports items such as gun control, she often is more centrist than some of her Democratic colleagues.

Senator Dianne Feinstein lacks support of California Democratic Party in re-election

March 7, 2018

U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein is seeking re-election to her fifth term in the U.S. Senate, but this time, she lacks the support of the California Democratic Party. At the ann...

International Club members come together every other Wednesday at lunch to celebrate cultural diversity at Carlmont. Sheena Alvarez, Zhuangxinyue Belle Zhao, Jessica Solorio, and Monserrat de la Rosa (left to right).

International Club promotes unity and mutual support

February 26, 2018

International Club strives to help all international students to come together and feel welcomed at Carlmont by creating a friendly environment within the club. Club Advis...

The Caltrain Business Plan was prompted by Caltrain's modernization project which aimed to electrify the trains.

Caltrain Business Plan steams through with support

February 5, 2018

On Feb. 1, the Joint Powers Board, which owns and operates the Caltrain rail system, approved the proposed Caltrain Business Plan. According to Caltrain, the approved plan will allow ...

Chemistry Club allows students to perform labs to practice their skill for the AP Chemistry class.

Chemistry Club offers support to chemistry students

January 24, 2018

Many Carlmont students struggle to decide which science classes to take their junior and senior year. The officers of Chemistry Club offer support to make the AP Chemistry course...

Patrons can donate nonperishable items like cans or dried foods in order to waive library fines.

Food for Fines garners community support

December 3, 2017

Belmont community members have been on the lookout for new ways to help fire victims. For some, the direct approach of driving over to the North Bay and participating in relief...

The BTI Club holds a monthly potluck for members to bond.

BTI Club provides extra support for BTI students

November 21, 2017

The BTI Club provides BTI students with extra opportunities outside of class. The BTI Club is exclusive to members of the BTI program. Students who are passionate about scien...

S.O.S coordinator Shelley Bustamante works on a presentation for S.O.S. These presentations are shared with freshman every Tuesday during their World Studies class.

S.O.S creates support for students

October 9, 2017

Tuesday is the exception to the norm for freshmen. Unlike all the other students at Carlmont, freshmen have a special event every Tuesday that takes place during their history clas...

Protesters and lawyers show support at SFO

January 30, 2017

Sophie Penn reports on the protest at San Francisco International Airport.

Finding money to support our school

Naomi Asrir, Art Team

April 9, 2014

With over 30 elective options, Carlmont High School does not lack class variety. Each spring, students of the Sequoia Union High School District meet with their appointed guidance counselors to discuss available classes for the coming year. Performing arts and career technical education courses are among the choices, yet most students do not consider that funding is necessary to pay for them. According t...

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