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Radio Club wins two awards at IBS Conference

Seniors Michelle Moroses of Wall, left, Clare Toman of Spring Lake Heights and Merina Spaltro of Allentown (not pictured) received the Best Talk Program award at the IBS Awards on Friday, March 1.

Tess Rempel

March 14, 2019

Radio Club members nominated for awards by the Intercollegiate Broadcast System (IBS) attended the International IBS Conference in New York City on Friday, March 1. Supervised by club adviser and radio teacher Bill Bengle, the event provided an opportunity for radio show hosts and producers to ne...

SkillsUSA and NTHS host annual Career Day

Students view prototypes brought in by workers from Hatteras for Career Day.

Madison Beekman

March 5, 2019

As a part of Career and Technical Education Month, students participated in the annual Career Day on Friday, Feb. 22, hosted by SkillsUSA and the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS). Students traveled from classroom to classroom, listening to guest speakers from all different jobs. Guest speake...

Clubs raise money at Mingle & Jingle

Seniors and NHS members, from left, Emma Farkas of Colts Neck, treasurer Allie Beekman of Neptune, president Jules Andersen of Howell, secretary Tali Petto of Marlboro and Liam Marshall of Sea Girt represented the National Honor Society (NHS) at Mingle & Jingle. NHS sold t-shirts and played Christmas music at the event.

Tess Rempel

December 16, 2018

Clubs played holiday music, sold shirts and sang carols at the annual Mingle & Jingle event on Friday, Dec. 7. Hosted by the Parent Student Faculty Association (PSFA), the event provides clubs with a fundraising opportunity while getting students and their families into the holiday spirit. Clu...

Lit Mag attends the biennial Dodge Poetry Festival

Students involved in LitMag traveled to Newark for the Dodge Poetry Festival to learn about writing and literature.

Brigid McCarthy

November 21, 2018

Members of the Literary Magazine took a glimpse into the world of professional writing at the Dodge Poetry Festival in Newark on Friday, Oct. 19. The Dodge Poetry Festival is a four-day event that occurs every other year in Newark. The festival is the largest of its kind in North America. Authors ...

NHS organizes participation in breast cancer walk

The National Honor Society brought 45 CHS team members to the Point Pleasant Beach Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on Sunday, Oct. 21.

Allie Beekman

October 24, 2018

The National Honor Society (NHS) revived an old CHS tradition on Sunday, Oct. 21: participating in the Point Pleasant Beach Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. Senior and NHS President Jules Andersen of Howell suggested holding a walk to benefit breast cancer at a council meeting last June...

Lit Mag attends Dodge Poetry Festival

Seniors, from left, Vivian DeRosa of Ocean, Michelle Moroses of Wall, Kaitlyn Hammond of Wall and Merina Spaltro of Allentown were four of the students who attended the Dodge Poetry Festival.

Jeff Busold

October 23, 2018

The Literary Magazine club attended the Dodge Poetry Festival in Newark on Friday, Oct. 19, where they saw a variety of famous poets and heard readings of their work. Technology teacher and Literary Magazine adviser Laura Gesin chaperoned the trip. The selection process for the event was more involved than the t...

SkillsUSA council attends the Central Regional Leadership Conference

SkillsUSA chapters from across the state met at Mercer County Tech School for the Central Regional Leadership Conference.

Kate Dickenson

October 14, 2018

SkillsUSA took its first trip of the year on Thursday, Oct. 4 to the Central Regional Leadership Conference. Council members and seniors Connor Martin of Spring Lake Heights, Alexis Colucci of Middletown, Grace McCaffrey of Middletown and Erica Sammarco of Colts Neck attended with club adviser Scott Stengel...

SkillsUSA medalists attend kickoff to Kentucky

SkillsUSA state gold medalists will travel to compete at the national level in Louisville, Kentucky in June.

Bella Reilly

May 29, 2018

Three SkillsUSA members traveled to Forest Lodge in Warren, NJ on Thursday, May 24. The members attended the trip to be briefed on their upcoming national competition in Louisville, Kentucky. Winners of the 2018 state SkillsUSA competitions, junior Erica Sammarco of Colts Neck, junior Grace McCaff...

DV Club hosts ‘Unlucky 13’ film festival

Juniors Emily McNeill of Colts Neck and Ally Weitzman of Marlboro won

Isabella Antoon

May 29, 2018

The Digital Video club held their 13th annual Cinemadness film festival at Bow Tie Cinemas in Red Bank on Thursday, May 24. Students submitted films made during the school year to be viewed, giving them an opportunity to watch their videos on a movie screen for the first time. The theme for this yea...

NHS elects new council

Jules Andersen of Howell was elected president on Tuesday, May 22.

Meredith Prud'homme

May 24, 2018

National Honor Society (NHS) elections for the 2018-2019 council took place in Room 142 on Tuesday, May 22. Junior NHS members showed their qualifications for the council positions through speeches they presented to fellow classmates. The elected members of this year’s council are President Jules...

SkillsUSA/NTHS elects new council

Juniors and newly elected SkillsUSA council members Connor Martin of Spring Lake Heights (left), Alexis Colucci of Middletown and Erica Sammarco of Colts Neck at a Skills competition. Junior Grace McCaffrey of Middletown is not pictured but was also elected to the council.

Madison Beekman

May 21, 2018

As the school year winds down and the seniors prepare to depart for college, clubs at CHS must prepare for the upcoming year and elect new councils. On Friday, May 18, SkillsUSA members elected their new council for the 2018-2019 school year. Juniors Connor Martin of Spring Lake Heights, Alexis Colucci...

CCC holds council elections

Junior Sydney Karlin of Matawan gives her speech at CCC elections. Karlin, the club's new President, was one of seven students running for the six council positions.

Michael Rau

May 17, 2018

The Cultural Communications Club (CCC) held their annual elections for new board members on Tuesday, May 15. Six members of the CCC were elected to serve on the 2018-2019 council. The president of the club will be junior Sydney Karlin of Matawan, vice president will be junior Sebrina Gao of Freeho...

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