• School Physicals: Thursday May 28th 4-6 p.m

  • GRAD NIGHT TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE

  • CHS Vocal Music Program presents the 2015 Pop Show, the final concert of the season, at the CAC May 28-30

  • Need community service hours? Contact Touchdown Club for information on working the annual golf tournament June 7th

  • If you are graduating with a cumulative weighted GPA of 3.65 or above, please go up to the office at your earliest convenience to pick up your Honor's Stole.

Bike to Work Day peddles its way through the county

Karissa Lynaugh, staff writer

On Fri., May 29, San Diego county held a ‘Bike to Work Day’ event. Citizens from all around the county participated by riding their bikes around town instead of driving their cars to work in the morning. “I bike to work because of the health benefits it offers,” math teacher Mr. Glazer said. The purpose of this event is to encourage bicycling as a healthy alternative to driving to work. In addition to the health benefits, this promotes...  Read More »

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The Carlsbad Library hosts the Childrens Reading Program every year. Teens are able to volunteer and get community service hours.

Carlsbad library summer reading programs impact children for the better

June 9, 2015

Carlsbad's library reading program, hosted at both the Dove and Cole library, has found a way to combine...  Read More »

A Nii Bar is an all organic protein bar. Many local Carlsbad shops sell and support these bars.

Own the day with Nii bars

June 9, 2015

Carlsbad resident, mother and business owner Shanais Pelka made it her mission to produce the purest, all-organic protein bar on the market--Nii bars.  "We...  Read More »

During the summer  construction takes over CHS making it more accessible.  From the switching the gyms to reconstructing the administration building.

CHS makes remodeling plans for summer

May 26, 2015

As the school year comes to a close, Carlsbad High's plans for summer construction are ready to take action. The new improvements will freshen up the campus and make it more...  Read More »

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Plugged into the rhythm

Plugged into the rhythm

Kitty Knorr, Staff Writer

We are all fortunate enough to experience and have access to a basic education. However, sometimes it is a struggle to remain grateful, especially while sitting inside an...  Read More »

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Alternative yard options to save water

Alternative yard options to save water

Bennett Lane, staff writer

Yards are perfect for many things, but they don't have to be perfect for fulfilling a false ideal and wasting water! Your yard is your home, your canvas, your voice. In...  Read More »

June 3, 2015 • 0 comments

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Mikayla Woods enlists in the Carlsbad lifestyle

Mikayla Woods enlists in the Carlsbad lifestyle

Alyssa Slattery, staff writer

Moving is hard for most, but for Mikayla Wood and her family, moving has become a routine that happens every three years. Both of her parents have been in the military for...  Read More »

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Sister Cities International swaps students

Sister Cities International swaps students

Whitney Drucker, staff writer

Out of the many clubs here at Carlsbad High, one very diverse organization is Sister Cities International. Sister Cities is a form of legal and social agreement between sister...  Read More »

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