• Technology furthers cheating

    Technology furthers cheating

    Alex Hall , Staff Writer

    April 11, 2014

    Why do your homework when you can just get the answers from one of your classmates in a matter of seconds over text message? It's just homework right? Now you have more time to chill out, watch some TV and hang out with friends. Homework is just what teachers give you to ruin your social life and bore you to death... Right? Although no one fully... READ MORE »»

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    Sierra Gomperts

  • Happening hands: the ASL spring show

    Happening hands: the ASL spring show

    Andie Naugler, Staff Writer

    April 1, 2014

    The Carlsbad High School ASL department proudly presented "Happening Hands"--the ASL spring show. This show took place on March 25 and 26 at 7:00 in the Carlsbad Cultural Arts Center. The show included 33 acts performed by students from ASL II-IV. Songs such as "Hey Mickey" and "Dark Horse" were signed to and performed with props and costumes in... READ MORE »»

    Junior Andrew Eason signs along to the tune USS Loveboat during Wed. Mar. 26's performance of the ASL Happening Hands Show. Proceeds from the show go to scholarships for deaf and hard of hearing students at CHS.

    Danny Tajimaroa

  • Boys varsity volleyball defeats top Hawaiian team

    Boys varsity volleyball defeats top Hawaiian team

    Grace McGinty, Staff Writer

    March 28, 2014

    For the first time in two years, the boys varsity volleyball team took on a top team from Hawaii, Kamehameha on Mar. 18. At their last meeting two years ago the Lancers lost after five sets, however this year Carlsbad came out on top after only four sets, establishing their dominance early on in the season. The Lancers came hitting hard in the first... READ MORE »»

    Senior Taylor Bloomquist goes up for a kill during his game against Kamehameha. This was the Lancers first game of the season. They won after the fourth game.

    Sierra Gomperts

  • Talented theatre kids showcase their arts in Sacramento

    Talented theatre kids showcase their arts in Sacramento

    Emma Roberts, Staff Writer

    March 24, 2014

    Imagine having to recreate an entire movie with only four people and four chairs. Then, imagine that this movie is Lord of the Rings. Oh, and you're performing this in front of a live audience. Sound challenging yet? Well, all of these things were recently accomplished by four talented theatre students: Evan Ridpath, Adam... READ MORE »»

    After winning second place at the annual fall DTASC theatre competition, "Lord of the Rings" had the honor of performing at the benefit in Sacramento. The self-proclaimed "fellowship" produced their scene in hopes of satisfying the inner nerd of audience members, and hope that influencers at the capital were able to identify the importance of arts in education.

    Mitchell Aragon

  • Seniors run for city council

    Seniors run for city council

    Hanna Seemann, Staff Writer

    March 20, 2014

    When Farrah Douglas, one of Carlsbad's previous City Council members, resigned due to family issues, a vacancy appeared. The council decided to appoint a replacement to hold Douglas' seat for the duration of her term (ten months) instead of holding an emergency election, which would have cost around $500,000. Of the 38 applicants for the council seat,... READ MORE »»

    Senior Mary Chen speaks to City Council members of Carlsbad. Chen was one of 26 applicants who spoke on Mar.11.

    Hanna Seemann

The gluten-free guide to living

The gluten-free guide to living

Savannah Gannon, Staff Writer

It's always hard to say goodbye to something or someone you love, especially if your one true passion is carb-loading. Sometimes, health requirements prevail--as it does now for the gluten-sensitive. Coming...  Read More »

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Various clubs and organizations from CHS set up booths during the freshman orientation. The incoming students have a chance to walk around campus and meet their counselors before the start of the semester.

Freshman orientation eases transition

April 10, 2014

With April and the second semester well underway, Carlsbad High now prepares for the close of the 2013-14 school year; first in mind is the class of 2017, who must be informed of CHS's ways.  On March...  Read More »

Students from Vienna, Austria  came to Carlsbad. They were able to go to their hosts' classes and experience American culture.

The Austrians are coming, the Austrians are coming

April 8, 2014

You might have noticed a few new faces walking around campus, and no, it's not a freshman orientation. These individuals hail from a place a little farther than Valley Middle School: Austria. Several...  Read More »

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Technology furthers cheating

Technology furthers cheating

Alex Hall , Staff Writer

Why do your homework when you can just get the answers from one of your classmates in a matter of seconds over text message? It's just homework right? Now you have more time...  Read More »

April 11, 2014 • 0 comments

SAT

SAT changes to keep up with ACT

April 9, 2014

The SAT sucks. It's long, it's boring, it is determined to trip you up on something with each new question...  Read More »

Classroom

Schools need more useful courses

April 8, 2014

"If you have 20 acres of strawberry fields, and 30 acres of...  Read More »

Big man Santa always pushes the pink bunny out of the limelight

Spring break loses Easter

April 4, 2014

Breaks during the school year...  Read More »

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Choir tries to recruit boys

Choir tries to recruit boys

Socrates Kanetakis

There was  a time when choirs were at the peak of their fame and boys and girls rushed to join them. Famous bands and other solo singers inspired kids to let out their singing...  Read More »

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Members of  the band Moon Unit play their set, this being only the second time they've ever played together at a show. This group placed 3rd overall at the competition, and Shawshank Redeemed ended with a victorious first place.

Bands battle it out for ghost spectators

April 7, 2014

If a concert is put on and no one shows, is music still enjoyed? This past Saturday five bands battled...  Read More »

Junior Andrew Eason signs along to the tune USS Loveboat during Wed. Mar. 26's performance of the ASL Happening Hands Show.  Proceeds from the show go to scholarships for deaf and hard of hearing students at CHS.

Happening hands: the ASL spring show

April 1, 2014

The Carlsbad High School ASL department proudly presented "Happening Hands"--the ASL spring show. This...  Read More »

Carlsbad High School's band and orchestra recently participated in the Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association District Band Orchestra Festival (SCSBOA). Orchestra works extremely hard behind the scenes to get their performances perfect every time.

Band and Orchestra perform at SCSBOA

March 29, 2014

Carlsbad High School's band and orchestra recently participated in the Southern California School Band...  Read More »

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Prichard pursues a passion for paddling

Prichard pursues a passion for paddling

Hannah Evans, Multimedia Producer

Softball? Nah. Soccer? Nope. Tennis? Maybe later. Dance? No thanks. Gymnastics? Eh. Senior Tevah Prichard searched for years to find a sport that she was passionate about...  Read More »

April 11, 2014 • 0 comments

Mr. Green hangs up posters of famous European landmarks to advertise the trip.  This summer, students will be given the opportunity to  visit these places.

AP students experience history first-hand

April 6, 2014

After countless pages of notes and grueling tests, students often lose sight of the importance of a nation's...  Read More »

Last week, students were encouraged to participate in Yellow Ribbon Spirit Week. The spirit days, such as "put yourself in their shoes", promote anti-bullying and suicide prevention awareness.

Students show support for suicide prevention

April 4, 2014

At 11:45 p.m., a bright yellow mustang sat in a driveway. Seven minutes later that same night, the car...  Read More »

AVID students learn keys to success

April 2, 2014

On March 26, Carlsbad High School AVID juniors and seniors attended a leadership conference, hosted by...  Read More »

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Thursday, April 17

    Boys Volleyball

    Carlsbad 3 - Mission Hills 0

  • Thursday, April 17

    Baseball

    Carlsbad 10 - Mayfair 0

  • Wednesday, April 16

    Baseball

    Carlsbad 0 - Valhalla 1

  • Tuesday, April 15

    Boys Volleyball

    Carlsbad 3 - El Camino 1

  • Tuesday, April 15

    Baseball

    Carlsbad 2 - Otay Ranch 15

  • Monday, April 14

    Boys Lacrosse

    Carlsbad 6 - Torrey Pines 11

  • Monday, April 14

    Baseball

    Carlsbad 8 - Clovis North 2

  • Saturday, April 12

    Baseball

    Carlsbad 5 - Vista 1

  • Thursday, April 10

    Baseball

    Carlsbad 5 - Vista 0

  • Tuesday, April 8

    Baseball

    Carlsbad 5 - Vista 6

Lancers fall to the Mavericks

Lancers fall to the Mavericks

Kamden Maas, Staff Writer

Boys volleyball took the number one seed in the league, La Coast Canyon Mavericks, to five. Carlsbad put up a fight. The Lancers lost the first two matches,  won the next...  Read More »

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Senior Chase Grant takes to home plate to bat in Wed. Mar. 26's game against Del Norte.  Lancers proved victorious as they shut out Del Norte 9-0.

Perfection struck

April 7, 2014

While majority of you were in fifth period gladly learning, the Carlsbad baseball team was warming up...  Read More »

Track team practices after school every day to get better and take down their opponents. Even though track lost a lot of seniors last year, they are looking forward to another good year.

The Track Team: A Quick Rundown

April 5, 2014

The new Track and Field season brings a lot of pressure with new members, and the loss of many great...  Read More »

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