The Declaration

  • Second Quarter Report Cards will be Available on February 6th

  • On January 23 from 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM there will be a CHS Project Graduation Meeting

  • On January 25 at 6:30 PM CHS will hold a Curriculum Orientation

  • Junior Class Fundraiser Designs by Mom January 12th, check Instagram for Details

  • January 11th at 6:30 PM CHS- PTO Meeting

  • January 10th at 6:30 PM CHS- International Thespian Society Induction

Paper Towns is definitely worth the read

Paper Towns is definitely worth the read

January 14, 2018

Whenever you think of John Green, you typically think of The Fault in Our Stars. However, my favorite John Green book has to be Paper Towns. Paper T...

Asylum is spookingly bad

Asylum is spookingly bad

By: Jada Davis, Fall Reporter

January 11, 2018

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Asylum is a young adult horror novel that is part of a series of the same title, written by Madeline Roux. There are two other books in this series, b...

“The Boston Girl,” an empowering, modern novel of old-fashioned storytelling

“The Boston Girl,” an empowering, modern novel of old-fashioned storytelling

By: Patrick Coveny, Fall Editor and Reporter

January 9, 2018

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Veteran author Anita Diamant hasn’t graced bookshelves with an international bestseller in over four years. Ending her half-decade career hiatus is a ...

Holding Up The Universe is a book for the soul

Holding Up The Universe is a book for the soul

January 5, 2018

Jennifer Niven, a New York Times bestselling author and blog creator, writes a book about self-love, and the importance of friendship. Holding Up The...

New twist on romance: spiral into in Turtles All the Way Down

New twist on romance: spiral into in Turtles All the Way Down

By: Afrah Momin, Fall Editor & Reporter

January 2, 2018

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The release date for Turtles All The Way Down varied in numerous countries. As for the U.S.A., it was released on October 10, 2017. When John Green was promoti...

The Natural by Malamud is a great story for all ages

The Natural by Malamud is a great story for all ages

By: Zachary Kaye, Fall Reporter

December 26, 2017

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The Natural, written by Bernard Malamud, is not the typical sports book. Although based around the sport of baseball, the book focuses more on the social el...

The Couple Next Door thrills readers

The Couple Next Door thrills readers

By: Frankie Brock, Fall Editor and Reporter

December 26, 2017

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If your looking for action, mystery, and excitement The Couple Next Door is the perfect novel. A criminal mystery revolving around the disappearance of a 6-m...

Fairest Of All, The Enchanting Tale of How The Queen Turned Evil

Fairest Of All, The Enchanting Tale of How The Queen Turned Evil

December 20, 2017

Fairest Of all written by Serena Valentino and published by Disney themselves can be found at Barnes & Noble for $10.99 when not on sale. What make...

American Appetites gives you something to chew on

American Appetites gives you something to chew on

By: Angelina Wintonick, Fall Reporter

December 18, 2017

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Recently, over fall break, I read American Appetites by Joyce Carol Oates.  It was published in 1989 by Dutton Books, and is considered a classic. I re...

Amanda Sun creates an enchanting world of “Ink”

Amanda Sun creates an enchanting world of “Ink”

May 29, 2017

If you've ever wanted to travel to Japan but may have been held back by time, money, or life in general, pick up "Ink: Paper Gods #1" by Amanda Sun. Ink takes place in Shizuoka, Japan w...

Review: Story of a Sociopath by Julia Navaro gives a fright

Review: Story of a Sociopath by Julia Navaro gives a fright

By: Patrick Coveny, Spring Reporter

May 29, 2017

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Julia Navaro, a seasoned author with more than ten novels to her name, has gifted us with another provocative page-turner. Her newest publication, Story o...

Alter History with The Axis Of Time

Alter History with The Axis Of Time

May 19, 2017

You will become immersed in the technological thrill and pure destruction of twenty first century weaponry taking on the most powerful weapons of the contemporary era.

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