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Students eat up Pi Day festivities

Leading up to Pi Day, students had the opportunity to vote on who would be pied.
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Brigid McCarthy

March 18, 2019

The Class of 2021 hosted Pi Day festivities on Thursday, March 14 during lunch, with the main attractions of an ice cream sundae bar and a public pie-ing. In the days leading up to Pi Day, the sophomore class sold tickets at lunch that allowed students to vote for candidates to be pied in the face by...

Winter Ball takes a trip to New York at sunset

Senior Kevin Clark of Spring Lake Heights poses at the end of Queen's

Olivia Conkling and Vivianna Varlack

January 25, 2019

The familiar CHS cafeteria was transformed into nighttime in New York City for the 2019 Winter Ball, hosted by the Class of 2021. For months, the sophomores prepared golden hour skylines and graffiti art to display at the dance, held on Friday, Jan.11.   Sophomores and design committee co-heads Cat...

Lack of participation cancels 3v3 tournament

Fitness teacher and Class of 2021 adviser Ginny Clevenger reffed the 2017 3v3 tournament.

Michael Rau

November 21, 2018

The Class of 2021 cancelled the annual CHS 3v3 basketball tournament, which was scheduled to take place on Tuesday, Oct. 30 due to lack of participation and a scheduling conflict. Fitness teacher and sophomore class adviser Ginny Clevenger said that only three teams signed up to participate in the t...

Annual 3v3 cancelled due to scheduling conflict

Current senior Ron Cole of Neptune City signs the silver basketball from the CHS trophy case after winning the 3v3 tournament last fall. He and his teammates, seniors  Marisa Harczuk of Tinton Falls and Jackson Pack of Asbury Park, were one of two teams signed up to compete this year.

Madison Beekman

November 5, 2018

The annual 3v3 basketball tournament was scheduled to take place on Tuesday, Oct. 30, but just a week before the event was supposed to take place, students received an email that it had been cancelled. Fitness teacher and Class of 2021 adviser Ginny Clevenger would have hosted the event for the se...

Ho, Burgi and Trentalange elected presidents

Junior Rebecca Rippon of Ocean gives a two minute speech to the rising senior class. Rippon will serve as a Class of 2019 council member for her third time in the 2018-19 school year.

Isabella Antoon

June 15, 2018

The rising sophomore, junior and senior classes held their elections on June 5 throughout the school. Each grade elected a president, vice president and council members to serve during the 2018-2019 school year. The Class of 2021 elected Georgia Trentalange of Middletown as president along with vice...

Jake Polvino takes throne, wins Mr. CHS

Freshman Jake Polvino of Tinton Falls was crowned Mr. CHS, earning 75 Spring Spirit Week points for his class.

Katherine Lombardi

May 4, 2018

On April 20, the boys of each class competed for both the prestigious title of Mr. CHS and points that had the power to make a major impact on their grade’s Spring Spirit Week score. SGA President Jackie Geller of Manalapan along with Vice President Connor Martin of Spring Lake Heights hosted ...

Class of 2021 elects their first council

Freshman Steve Ostrom of Monmouth Beach delivers a speech during the Class of 2021 elections.

Bella Reilly

October 5, 2017

The freshman Class of 2021 held their student council election on Oct. 3 in the cafeteria. Five students were elected from a pool of ten candidates who made it through primaries from a larger group of 18. Fitness teacher Ginny Clevenger is the adviser of the freshman class this year. This is not ...

Class of 2021 continues Thompson Park Tradition

Many of the games, ran by  park staff, included group problem solving.

Audrey Mannion

September 15, 2017

CHS freshman ended their first week of school with the traditional trip to Thompson Park, a county park in Lincroft. Organized by SGA, the goal of the day was to bring the Class of 2021 together through different games and activities. “We’ve been doing this since 2000 and hopefully the kids wil...

SGA plans for open houses and exit sales

Samara Ghali

October 2, 2016

At this week's meeting, SGA members discussed how to best organize the open houses for interested applicants to the incoming class of 2021. A meeting is planned for all students interested in being a tour guide or panel speaker at the open houses. SGA exit sales are also scheduled for this Wednesday...

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