• The home football game on 8/31 has been moved to 8/30 for safety reasons. JV at 4:30 Varsity at 7

  • Drama Club is hosting the first Coffee House Night of the year in Room 5002 at 6pm Oct. 29th. Anyone is welcome to perform or come watch.

  • CJ Jones Live! at CHS CAC Oct. 23 Tickets are available now in room 6106 or at the CAC ticket window 6:00 PM the night of the performance

  • Parents go to the Biography Room in the CHS library on Thursday, October 23rd from 8-9:00am for information on Athletics

  • WELCOME DR. JOSH PORTER, OUR NEW PRINCIPAL!

  • The Armory hosts staff vs. student kickball game

    The Armory hosts staff vs. student kickball game

    Haley Spanier, news editor

    October 24, 2014

    On Oct. 13, The Armory held its first intramural sports event at the softball field --  a staff vs. student kickball game. After school, teachers faced off against the Peer Leaders Unite Students team in the ultimate kickball showdown. "We've been working with the Armory to get more staff-student participation -- different fun things to kind of... READ MORE »»

    Mr.Tomkinson runs to tag Senior Rebecca Nasser headed towards first base in the staff vs. students kickball game on Monday, Oct.13. Though both teams fought valiantly, the teachers came out with a hard-earned win.

    Emily Dewhurst

  • Lancers upset LCC in overtime thriller

    Lancers upset LCC in overtime thriller

    Tristan Baez, Staff Writer

    October 21, 2014

    For the first time in eight years, the Carlsbad Lancers upset the La Costa Canyon Mavericks in overtime on a failed 2 point conversion.  Emotions ran high throughout the entire close game, but Carlsbad was able to keep its composure and came out on top. Senior running back Dylan Rutledge was ready for an emotional game but knew he had to remain... READ MORE »»

    Carlsbad Lancers finally win the Rotary Cup after 8 long years against LCC. The boys went into over time before finally pulling through with a 27-26 win.

    Hanna Dupre

  • College and Career Night comes to Carlsbad

    College and Career Night comes to Carlsbad

    Karissa Lynaugh, staff writer

    October 10, 2014

    Monday, Oct. 6 was a night which further prepared students for the next chapter of their lives: college. The event was a success with colleges, universities and numerous students attending. Both students and parents covered the campus from 6-8 p.m. as representatives from colleges all throughout the nation held informational booths. Many colleges... READ MORE »»

    Monday, Oct. 6, students filled into the both gyms in hopes to figure out their future plans. Students were able to talk to representative and learn more about each college.

    Hannah Kellermeyer

  • Splash into a community of art

    Splash into a community of art

    Megan Overbey, staff writer

    October 6, 2014

    Carlsbad is home to a vast amount of talented musicians and artists. Art Splash, a non-profit annual community event, offers residents a chance to showcase their skills while simultaneously giving back to the community. Art Splash takes place once a year at the beginning of fall. It is widely known throughout the community of Carlsbad and is highly... READ MORE »»

    Each artist could be sponsored by a local business. Jersey Mikes sponsored this young boy to debut his art on sandwiches.

    Hannah Kellermeyer

  • Meet the new reigning royals of CHS

    Meet the new reigning royals of CHS

    Mady Christian, Staff Writer

    October 1, 2014

    In almost all high school movie dramas, the homecoming king and queen titles are given to the two most egotistical students in the school who lack all real sense of school spirit and drive. The winners of this year's homecoming titles for CHS take this stereotype and blow it out of the water with their outgoing personalities, consistent participation... READ MORE »»

    Seniors Sierra Gonzalez and Conner Shaw ride in the Lancer Day Parade as this year's Homecoming King and Queen. Gonzalez and Shaw have been part of Chambers choir and band, respectively, since freshman year.

    Danny Tajimaroa

The Armory hosts staff vs. student kickball game

Haley Spanier, news editor

On Oct. 13, The Armory held its first intramural sports event at the softball field --  a staff vs. student kickball game. After school, teachers faced off against the Peer Leaders Unite Students team in the ultimate kickball showdown. "We've been working with the Armory to get more staff-student participation -- different fun things to kind of build moral between staff and students," Athletic Director Mrs. Waters said. "There's nothing better...  Read More »

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The Armory  kicked off its opening day on Oct 6 after school.  Free tutoring is available to students  after school in room 7106.

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October 16, 2014

On Oct. 6, the Armory at Carlsbad High had its grand opening. Directors handed out pizza while students had the chance to listen to music, play sports and check out what the program...  Read More »

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Dedicated students work hard to raise money for their favorite activities. In order to receive financial support, students put on fundraisers attended by students and the community....  Read More »

Sports Scores

  • Thursday, October 23

    Girls Golf

    Carlsbad 223 - La Costa Canyon -236

  • Thursday, October 23

    Boys Water Polo

    Carlsbad 13 - El Camino 3

  • Tuesday, October 21

    Girls Tennis

    Carlsbad 4 - La Costa Canyon 14

  • Tuesday, October 21

    Girls Volleyball

    Carlsbad 0 - La Costa Canyon 3

  • Friday, October 17

    Football

    Carlsbad 27 - La Costa Canyon 26

  • Thursday, October 16

    Boys Water Polo

    Carlsbad 17 - Rancho Buena Vista 2

  • Thursday, October 16

    Girls Volleyball

    Carlsbad 3 - El Camino 0

  • Tuesday, October 14

    Girls Volleyball

    Carlsbad 2 - Rancho Buena Vista 3

  • Tuesday, October 14

    Girls Tennis

    Carlsbad 8 - Vista High School 10

  • Friday, October 10

    Football

    Carlsbad 14 - Torrey Pines 21

  • Thursday, October 9

    Boys Water Polo

    Carlsbad 19 - Santa Fe Christian 2

  • Thursday, October 9

    Girls Tennis

    Carlsbad 16 - El Camino 2

  • Thursday, October 9

    Girls Volleyball

    Carlsbad 3 - Sage Creek High School 0

  • Thursday, October 9

    Girls Golf

    Carlsbad 225 - Vista -316

  • Wednesday, October 8

    Girls Golf

    Carlsbad 229 - Rancho Buena Vista -317

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The Huang brothers are living the American dream. The brothers are on their way to becoming permanent citizens of the United States.

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