The Declaration

  • CHS - Open House/Curriculum Orientation Feb. 7th

  • Early Dismissal January 30th & 31st - Finals

  • No School January 21st Martin Luther King Day

  • Home Varsity Wrestling Match Wednesday and Friday at 6

  • International Thespian Honor Society Induction January 10th

Conspiracies: Are you paranoid or laughing?

Conspiracies: Are you paranoid or laughing?

April 12, 2016

The Little Book of Conspiracies: 50 Reasons to be Paranoid by Joel Levy, was an interesting book to say the least. It is not your average book with a set ...

Rick Riordan’s new book is something of Viking proportions

Rick Riordan’s new book is something of Viking proportions

By: Amy Gfroehrer, Fall reporter

December 28, 2015

Filed under Book Nook, Entertainment

The author of the Percy Jackson series brand new work has finally come out. After finishing the New York Times best selling series Percy Jackson and ...

The Kill Order is a read for those who enjoy books about dystopias

The Kill Order is a read for those who enjoy books about dystopias

By: Alexandra Powanda, Fall Reporter and Editor

December 21, 2015

Filed under Book Nook, Entertainment

The Kill Order by James Dashner is the first prequel to The Maze Runner series. The young-adult fiction book came out on August 14, 2012. Barnes & Noble rated the book an overall 4.4 /5. The...

The Victorious Story of Eric LeGrand begins at Colonia

The Victorious Story of Eric LeGrand begins at Colonia

December 10, 2015

If you live in New Jersey then you know the story of Eric LeGrand, even if you’re not much of a sports fan. The story of a Rutgers football player who...

Divergent, a Must Have on your Reading List.

Divergent, a Must Have on your Reading List.

By: Dyana Gomez, Fall Reporter

December 8, 2015

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Divergent, the first book to the trilogy written by Veronica Roth was published April 25th, 2011 it eventually became a best selling novel only to soon...

A Book For All Alien Invasion Lovers

A Book For All Alien Invasion Lovers

By: Craig Epstein, Fall Reporter

December 8, 2015

Filed under Book Nook, Entertainment

War of the Worlds is one of the biggest and well respected stories of all time. Written by H.G. Wells, the book was first serialized in 1897 and original...

Jesse Andrews is honest about illness in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Jesse Andrews is honest about illness in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

By: Stephanie Kontra, Fall Editor and Reporter

November 29, 2015

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Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, written by Jesse Andrews, is written in the eyes of the main character, Greg Gaines.  Greg is a senior in high school an...

The Martian is a novel that’s out of this world

The Martian is a novel that’s out of this world

By: Andrew Pimentel, Fall Reporter

November 29, 2015

Filed under Book Nook, Entertainment

With the recent release of its major motion picture counterpart, The Martian written by Andy Weir (starring Matt Damon in the movie adaptation directed...

Jo Knowles knows how to make you cry

Jo Knowles knows how to make you cry

By: Tani Popoola, Fall Reporter

November 29, 2015

Filed under Book Nook, Entertainment

Being emotionally invested in a fictional story really hits hard. See you at Harry's by Jo Knowles is a beautiful story about a 12-year old girl named Fern who lives with her Mom and Dad who own an ice cream company. Her brot...

The Second Time is the Charm with The Alchemist

The Second Time is the Charm with The Alchemist

November 28, 2015

Paul Coelho a well-known author wrote The Alchemist, a  197 page fable about following your dreams. Coelho a novelist was born August 1947 in Brazil with the native to...

The Lone Survivor recants the life of a Navy Seal in Afghanistan

The Lone Survivor recants the life of a Navy Seal in Afghanistan

By: Matthew Quille, fall reporter

November 28, 2015

Filed under Book Nook, Entertainment

Starting the book, The Lone Survivor, off with his partaking in BUDS, which is basic underwater Demolition; Marcus Luttrell the author and seal in this ...

The Power of Now is considered one of the best self help books to come along in years

The Power of Now is considered one of the best self help books to come along in years

By: Amanda Rivera, Fall Reporter

November 24, 2015

Filed under Book Nook, Entertainment

If you're looking to learn about personal growth, and spirituality, The Power of Now  by Eckhart Tolle is a very interesting read. The Power of Now is ...

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