Dual credit– everything you need to know

Dual credit– everything you need to know

December 13, 2019

Many students are not familiar with the dual credit program. These classes can be defined as courses offered here at Carmel that are endorsed by a regional...

The weather outside is frightful

The weather outside is frightful

December 6, 2019

As the weather becomes worse and worse, so do the drivers and the accidents that tag along with them. With many new drivers in the school, helpful tips become very useful to stay calm and...

Pen, watch, and scissors

Allyson Smoczynski, Reporter

November 12, 2019

His eyes focus on the person in front of him, his hands clamped together. His mind going back and forth trying to focus. The man before him raises his hand and grabs a cold metal tool from the tray behind him. He prepares himself to see something he has been waiting to see, an open heart surgery.  Open heart surgery is one of the many medical procedures that you can see i...

Carmel Cafe

Ava Klein, Reporter

November 12, 2019

 “The purpose of the Carmel Cafe is to provide student financial aid through the cafe's profits.” junior Mia Camasosa said. “All the profit we make on each cup of coffee (etc.) will go into student scholarship.”    A survey went out to students last year asking if they ever buy a beverage before or after school, how often they bought the beverages, if they w...

ABC’s: Advice Beyond the Classroom

ABC’s: Advice Beyond the Classroom

October 21, 2019

  The ABC program is offered to sophomore, junior, and senior applicants who wish to gain real experience and learn skills to help construct the fo...

Tutoring for students by students

Tori Nagode, News Editor

October 21, 2019

To a middle schooler, adults might not seem to be the most relatable to. This problem is being solved through True Tutor, whose goal is to provide “not just a tutor, but a role model” to middle school students.   Students Scotty Vrablik, Alex Merkel, Caiti Shrofe, and Ally Hajduk developed True Tutor through Carmel’s “Business Incubator” program during ...

Keep calm and do the math

Charlotte Baude, Reporter

September 10, 2019

Mu Alpha Theta is a club at Carmel directed by math teacher Sean Rank. The club is committed to encouraging an interest in mathematics, advancing active learning in the subject, and promoting the satisfaction of mathematics in high school.   “Mu Alpha Theta is a national math honors society that works to encourage and reward outstanding achievement in mathematics,” sen...

Clubs and Activities Week wrap-up

Clubs and Activities Week wrap-up

September 9, 2019

Clubs and sports joined together during lunch waves last week to advertise what they do in Carmel's annual Activities Week. The ambassadors of the club sho...

Hello Harbinger!

Alexa Mehrholz, Editor-in-Chief

August 26, 2019

In case you are not familiar with Harbinger, it is our school’s literary magazine. In the words of Harbinger’s Editor-in-Chief, Riley Moran, it’s “literary and visual work done by students for students.” Harbinger is all about getting the students involved. “Harbinger gives students the unique opportunity to follow through an entire publication process whil...

Welcome to Our House 2018

Welcome to Our House 2018

November 4, 2018

Information Commons – get to know what happens!

Brooke Braden, Reporter

October 15, 2018

What services does the IC provide? Yes, you can check out books, but what else can students do there? Check out books How do you check out books? Pick a book you like and you bring it to the desk. Then tell one of the librarians you would like check it out and you borrow it for 3 weeks. How many books can you check out at a time? There is no limit gen...

8 Things You Need to Know About Hoco Week

Caitlin Keane, Editor-in-Chief

September 7, 2018

The Pep Rally is actually fun The dance classes aren’t performing this time, but if you get excited, and get a little bit rowdy, you can have a good time. You can get your tickets for cheaper If you order your tickets by Thursday, you can get $5 off per ticket, only paying $20 instead of $25 per person. Students actually work really hard on this Your student council boards hav...