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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

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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...

Street Scenes Kickoff

Street Scenes Kickoff

August 23, 2018

Street Scenes, which Dean of Students Kevin Nylen refers to as Carmel’s “biggest and most important fundraiser,” will have changes in how studen...

10 things that happened this week

10 things that happened this week

August 21, 2018

1.  Fall Sports Kickoff Last Friday, Carmel teams scrimmaged each other for bragging rights. There were games for volleyball, football, and soccer. The cheerleaders and...

Banding together: marching band headed to Florida

Megan Brinkman

March 15, 2018

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Seniors in Carmel's band program have the unique opportunity create one more page in their high school photo album later this month. On Thursday, March 22, members of the band will travel to Florida for the program’s traditional trip. The excursion, which is open to any individual in regular or jazz band, occurs every four years, allowing each member to go once during his...

State of art

State of art

March 15, 2018

Most students have seen the lumbering plastic statues placed strategically throughout the school. Or breezed passed various graphic design work in the...

SOPHOMORE RETREAT

Caitlin Keane, Reporter

January 31, 2018

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Each year, each Carmel student has the opportunity to participate in a faith-based retreat. For the past few years, the sophomores take the day to go to a retreat center, and are  led by teachers, alumni, and other influential adults. They then split into four different groups and go participate in team-building activities, meditation, and other exercises to build relationship...

The Opposite End of the Testing Spectrum

Eric Waldschmidt, Reporter

December 17, 2017

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Finals. A word that strikes fear into the heart of any student, young and old alike. But students aren’t the only ones who groan at the mention of its name‒their teachers do too. Teachers are also going through the rigorous procedure of preparing for finals, and they worry about them just as much as many students. “A little,” Physics teacher Joanne Bader said...

Adopt A Family

Adopt A Family

December 17, 2017

Presents, wrapped in bright colors and standing out to the eye, fill the foyer. Impossible to miss even if you tried. There are hundreds stacked and r...

The “New” Snowball

The “New” Snowball

December 17, 2017

What is the purpose of Leaders Exhibiting Growth in Training (LEGIT)? The goal of the program is to guide students to discover their individual strengths a...

Change of Art: CCHS Updates its Crest and Logo

Change of Art: CCHS Updates its Crest and Logo

December 17, 2017

Tradition. A core belief at Carmel Catholic High School. Traditions are ripe in every aspect of Carmel life: from the signature Land’s End uniforms to the ro...

Five Facts You Didn’t Know About Advent

Five Facts You Didn’t Know About Advent

December 12, 2017

Five Facts You Didn’t Know about Advent The four candles glow in the dim light of the church.  The three purple and one pink candles sit on an e...

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