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Students utilize musical talents in various bands

Students utilize musical talents in various bands

Allie Kuo
May 14, 2017
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Walking through the halls of CHS, there is a high probability that the notes of a ukulele, guitar, piano or even a melodica have graced your ears. Many students play an instrument or can at least dabble on the keyboard or strum a few chords on the guitar. Some have taken their musical talents one st...

Yearbook class show talents in CHS yearbooks

Yearbook class show talents in CHS yearbooks

Dylan Josephson
May 8, 2017
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The distribution of yearbooks marks the end of another school year at CHS, but it also represents the culmination of the efforts of the yearbook elective offered to juniors and senior. Junior Grace Maloney of Middletown said she decided to take the course because she wanted to put the skills she le...

Ruoff dazzles on the stage and on the court

Ruoff dazzles on the stage and on the court

Courtney Kushnir
April 20, 2017
Filed under 1 in 300, Features

All the world's a stage for senior Annie Ruoff of Monmouth Beach. Ruoff has performed  in plays and musicals since she was in the third grade and has been a part of 18 productions from her local community theater to school shows as an actor, choreographer and more. Ruoff said she made the transition from acti...

Dixson ‘shreds the gnar’ and serves the ‘guac’

Brigid Garrett
December 3, 2016
Filed under 1 in 300, Showcase

Senior Kevin Dixson of Wall Township is recognized around CHS for his guacamole and competed at nationals for surfing last spring.

Students connect with politicians, pave the pathway for future careers

Students connect with politicians, pave the pathway for future careers

Andrew Wang
September 16, 2016
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With a controversial presidential election right around the corner, the halls of CHS are often filled with heated political debates. It’s no shock that the student body is politically-involved, but some students are currently shaping their futures as prospective members of the political process, wheth...

Lang goes the extra mile for CHS

Lang goes the extra mile for CHS

Abby Silva
September 16, 2016
Filed under 1 in 300, Features, Showcase

As the president of the senior class and NHS as well as a member of Shore Regional High School’s varsity cross country and track teams, senior Sarah Lang of Monmouth Beach is running all over the place. Lang began running in fifth grade when she participated in her middle school cross country p...

A history as long as Communications

Elizabeth Klemm
September 16, 2016
Filed under Features

CHS opened its doors to students in September 2000 and shortly after sent its first freshmen class to Thompson Park. The trip has taken place every year since and acts as an icebreaker for the freshmen, the first freshman adviser and history teacher Sharyn O’Keefe said. “It was decided by the original faculty an...

Design Academy offers students opportunities, challenges

Design Academy offers students opportunities, challenges

Victor Riveros
March 20, 2016
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Though most CHS students enter the school in ninth grade for a four- year journey, that’s not the only way to get a diploma from the MCVSD academy. The Design Academy program provides an opportunity for art-minded students to join CHS during their junior year, but some face adjustments as they make...

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