• The home football game on 10/31 has been moved to 10/30 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.

  • Congratulations to Advanced Theatre on DTASC Wins!

  • Red Ribbon Week Dress up days: Monday: Give Drugs the Boot - Western Day Tuesday: Look to the Future - College Day Wednesday: Be A Hero, Say NO to Drugs - Superhero Day Thursday: One School, One Goal - Wear Red

  • WELCOME DR. JOSH PORTER, OUR NEW PRINCIPAL!

  • Spin Records keeps spinning

    Spin Records keeps spinning

    Jake Hamilton, staff writer

    October 30, 2014

    In a world of technology, one store holds onto music in its original form. Two decades after its opening, Spin Records remains a center of music in Carlsbad. In 1989, after working in record stores for ten years, Ken Kosta and his friend opened their own record store in Temecula. After a few years, prompted by memories of working there in the 70s... READ MORE »»

    Spin Records is a local record shop owned by Ken Kosta. Records are becoming increasingly popular again, causing a boom in business for people like Kosta.

    Hanna Dupre

  • Emma Wenger travels to her Swedish origin

    Emma Wenger travels to her Swedish origin

    Whitney Drucker, staff writer

    October 28, 2014

    In Stockholm, Sweden, CHS sophomore Emma Wenger returns to her Swedish origin, but now, she experiences the culture from a different perspective: at an international school. Unlike the time Wenger traveled with her family when she was too young to remember, she now has the opportunity to appreciate Swedish culture for one year as an exchange... READ MORE »»

    Emma Wenger hangs out with friends in old Stockholm , a touristy place to eat and shop.

    Photo courtesy of Emma Wenger

  • Are you too old for Halloween?

    Are you too old for Halloween?

    Steven Hughes, staff writer

    October 28, 2014

    Halloween time is upon us. The time when we all dress like we've secretly wanted to all year and roam the streets, like a horde of flamboyant zombies. All those memories of fun, candy, and subsequent fillings in your teeth may really have you excited this year, but let's take a moment to ask ourselves a question. How old is too old to be partaking... READ MORE »»

    Scary Sally wonders why Mary the Cat gets more Halloween candy.

    Tyler White

  • 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

Community comes together for the State of the District event

Talia Cain, co-editor-in-chief

On Oct. 21, the Grand Pacific Palisades resort hosted the community's first ever State of the District event. Students from Carlsbad High and Sage Creek were invited to participate to help bring a unique element and authentic voice to the occasion. Members of the Sage Creek orchestra played at the entrance, welcoming representatives of various organizations within Carlsbad. “We really wanted a diverse group of people, from the business community...  Read More »

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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.

The Armory hosts staff vs. student kickball game

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...  Read More »

Camera Man

Smile, you’re on camera

October 22, 2014

Two summers ago, a group of students went on school campus in the middle of the night. They had a joy ride on a golf cart, eventually crashing it and breaking a gate at the science...  Read More »

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

The Armory launches first event of the year

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 »

Sports Scores

  • Tuesday, October 28

    Girls Volleyball

    Carlsbad 3 - Sage Creek High School 0

  • Saturday, October 25

    Boys Water Polo

    Carlsbad 5 - Vista 7

  • Friday, October 24

    Football

    Carlsbad 14 - Oceanside 28

  • 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

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Top Ten ways to embrace fall

Top Ten ways to embrace fall

Andie Naugler, Haley Spanier and Emma Veidt, editors

Fall is here, which means the weather goes down to a crisp 62 degrees, short shorts are swapped with jeans and crop tops with cropped sweaters. However, you don't have to...  Read More »

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Scary Sally wonders why Mary the Cat gets more Halloween  candy.

Are you too old for Halloween?

October 28, 2014

Halloween time is upon us. The time when we all dress like we've secretly wanted to all year and roam...  Read More »

body image

Today’s hit songs promote a negative body image

October 28, 2014

Meghan Trainor might have “all the right junk in all the right places,” but the only junk worth noticing...  Read More »

Senior, Kyra Carillo, and her friends catch up at lunch. These girls have stayed in their tight-knit group since they were in the eighth grade.

Surround yourself in good company

October 16, 2014

The concept of “friendship” is weird and wonderful, yet it is too often taken for granted. Typically...  Read More »

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Emma Wenger travels to her Swedish origin

Emma Wenger travels to her Swedish origin

Whitney Drucker, staff writer

In Stockholm, Sweden, CHS sophomore Emma Wenger returns to her Swedish origin, but now, she experiences the culture from a different perspective: at an international school....  Read More »

October 28, 2014 • 0 comments

This is a sample of one junior Kaitlyn Olivier's photos she takes for 'Ranch Living' Magazine, where she works.  Olivier works hard to juggle a rigorous academic schedule as well as soccer and hip-hop dance.

Kaitlyn Olivier balances a busy schedule

October 28, 2014

Junior year is infamous as the most challenging year of high school, but not many students have to juggle...  Read More »

Senior Cameron Penn practices his signature card trick. Along with magic, Penn is passionate about theater

Cameron Penn brings magic to Carlsbad

October 21, 2014

For most, magic is a craft limited by a show you see at Vegas or a TV special that comes on once a year....  Read More »

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

Huang brothers experience the American life

October 15, 2014

It is not uncommon for families to move cities and for teens to have to learn to adapt to a new school, but...  Read More »

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