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Parents and students explore new classes and clubs

March 18, 2017

Although high school is intended for students, parents began to flood the halls and classrooms of Carlmont instead. Teachers welcomed visitors into their classrooms on March ...

Freshman Alyssa Higdon meets Schneider after the book talk to get Schneider's autograph.

Students react to Schneider’s book talk

September 21, 2015

On Sept. 17, author Robyn Schneider, who wrote Carlmont's all-school summer reading book, visited the school to speak about her writing experience and autograph students' copies...

Real Talk: Ferguson

Real Talk: Ferguson

December 4, 2014

On this week's episode of Real Talk we walk around campus asking students what they think on the current situation in Ferguson Missouri....

Real Talk: Turkey Time

Real Talk: Turkey Time

November 19, 2014

Listen to hear how different Carlmont students like to spend their Thanksgiving.

Becca Fradkin and Sonia Paulo podcast

Real Talk: Global Warming

November 4, 2014

standardized testing

Scots talk back on new SAT format

March 14, 2014

After less than ten years of consistency, the College Board has once again chosen to change the structure of America’s most preferred standardized test. The Scholastic Ap...

How to Survive High School Day Three: Talk to teachers

How to Survive High School Day Three: Talk to teachers

August 27, 2013

No, your teachers don’t bite. And no, those questions won’t answer themselves. In fact, if you want to succeed at high school, it’s crucial that you are able to communicate...

Talk nerdy to me

February 27, 2013

I am a nerd. What? No wedgies up the flagpole? No shoving me into a locker? No swirlies? I thought not. Because you see, I am a nerd and nobody cares. It didn’t used to be this way. For a long time, being a nerd was a stigma. It was a word to describe people who were overly intelligent and obsessed with being so, who were socially awkward and constantly terrorized. They roamed the school...

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