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Students usually go to the Health office at Carlmont if they aren't feeling well.

Measles disease creeps into the Bay Area

May 3, 2019

With summer coming up hot, measles has made their way back to the U.S. and now the Bay Area. As of 2019, there have been more reports of measles outbreaks in the first four months of this year...

Carlmont junior Jerry Liu waits to receive a serve with his partner, senior captain Kevin Xiang.

Carlmont boys’ tennis faces Menlo-Atherton for Bay Division title

April 21, 2018

With the PAL Bay Division title on the line, the tennis courts of Carlmont were filled with anticipation, cheers, and cries of frustration as the Scots faced Menlo-Atherton (M-A...

An assortment of High School News Papers is laid out at the National High School Journalism Convention in Dallas.
Local publications generally carry a regional bias but are the best sources for describing the impacts of nation-wide events to their native area.

Biased reporting masks real news

December 3, 2017

The journalistic writing style is defined to be informative and objective, preaching only facts upon which readers may construct an opinion, so, obviously, good journalism (in...

Coach Stambaugh gives his team a pep talk before practice.

Scots enter season with high expectations, new players

November 13, 2016

The Scots are looking to build a dominant team that is poised and ready to make a deep run in CCS playoffs. This year, Scots have the biggest expectations for their prized varsity...

Sophomore Jordan Brandenburg puts the tag down on a pickoff move from junior Matt Reiley.

Boys varsity baseball defends league title

March 20, 2016

"For the rest of the season, we expect to do the same thing we did this week and defend our league title," said senior Connor Loucks, the catcher on the Carlmont baseball team. The...

American Hustle didn’t live up to its title

February 4, 2014

Nominated for 10 Academy Awards, including the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture, American Hustle stands as what is said to be the best movie of the year. This however...

Carlmont Choir celebrates Pyper Hayden (not pictured) for winning nervous nell y challenge and tying up the score against Robotics club. Pictured (from left) is Jason McGee, Ms. Tep, Amelia Armstrong, Kenzie Phillips, and Tori Hall.

Choir defends title as Carlmont Cup champions

September 24, 2013

Choir narrowly defeated the Robotics Club keeping their hopes of remaining Carlmont Cup champions. Carlmont Cup is a fun school tradition that lets students on different Carlmon...

Lady Scots stay in the league title hunt

April 28, 2011

[media-credit id=33 align="aligncenter" width="200"][/media-credit]The Lady Scots have always been at the top of the standings in a balanced Peninsula Bay League Division and have...

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