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Martin Luther King Jr. Assembly Emphasizes the Importance of Living his Dream

Martin Luther King Jr. Assembly Emphasizes the Importance of Living his Dream

Eve Kausch, Matty Hack, and Hannah Hesseltine
January 20, 2014
Filed under FRONT PAGE, NEWS, SCHOOL

Jazz music and warm air welcomed Community High students to St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church on Thursday, Jan. 16 for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. assembly, ringing in another year of celebration in his name. This year’s theme was acknowledging Dr. King’s unfinished dream and how it applies t...

CHS Students Play in Pioneer’s Winter Orchestra Concert

CHS Students Play in Pioneer’s Winter Orchestra Concert

Allegra Corwin-Renner
January 9, 2014
Filed under SCHOOL

On Thursday Dec. 10, at 7:00 pm, over two-hundred students and even more instruments could be heard warming up and socializing before Pioneer’s Winter Orchestra Concert. These students include nine Community High Schoolers and represent most of the top classical musicians in this five-time grammy winni...

Student Choreographers Take the Spotlight at Dance Body’s Winter Concert

Student Choreographers Take the Spotlight at Dance Body’s Winter Concert

Nick Hagopian-Zirkel and Sophia Camp
December 12, 2013
Filed under FRONT PAGE, LOCAL, NEWS, SCHOOL, STUDENT ARTS

Photos by Sophia Camp See photos in a new window via Flickr by clicking here. After months of teaching and rehearsing, Dance Body students finally saw the product of their work wrapping up. Choreographers were still giving notes the at the dress rehearsal, the night before the show, but when the doors finally opened for the performance, the difference was evident. On Thursday, Dec. 5, Dance Body put on their 34th annual Winter Concer...

Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes

Jasmine Chang
November 25, 2013
Filed under FEATURES, SCHOOL

As the actors of the Community Ensemble Theater stand on stage and perform during Bob: A Life in Five Acts, Claire Benard and the other running crew members carry a car on stage, set it down, and sneak off. No one notices them. Everyone in the audience is focused on the actors and the story. The tech, wo...

DeWoskin Halloween Dance is a Great Success

DeWoskin Halloween Dance is a Great Success

Sophia Camp
October 27, 2013
Filed under LIFE, NEWS, SCHOOL, STUDENT LIFE

On Friday October 25, The DeWoskin forum hosted their annual Halloween Dance. After weeks of being heckled by DeWoskin forum members to purchase tickets, kids from Community High gathered in costumes to celebrate the festivities. Beloved Community High teacher and forum leader, Judith DeWoskin has been hosting the Halloween dance with her forum for at least 25 years. DeWoskin notes the fact that other forums have since tried to host d...

A Split Decision

A Split Decision

Matty Hack
October 19, 2013
Filed under CATEGORY FRONT PAGE, NEWS, SCHOOL

Faced with the dilemma of cramming four backpacks, four instruments, a few extraneous bags and coats, and a bag of chips into the miniscule trunk of a Subaru Impreza, four split-enrollers reminisce on how nice a van would be. Sixty-four Community High School students currently split enroll between Communit...

Happy birthday Isabel!

Happy birthday Isabel!

Matty Hack and Sophie Steinberg
October 3, 2013
Filed under SCHOOL

Isabel Sandweiss was just looking for a parking spot when she noticed the pictures. Taped to the outside walls of Community High School were huge black and white pictures of Sandweiss. Above the pictures hung a banner that read, “Happy Birthday Is!” Sandweiss, who turns eighteen today, identified...

Seniors Step Up

Seniors Step Up

Nick Middleton, Liam Sullivan
September 29, 2013
Filed under SCHOOL

The first senior meeting of 2013-14 marked the beginning of the college application process for many of Community high schools seniors. The meeting began with the matter of CHS parking. Kevin Davis, the school hall monitor, made sure that students knew which parking spots were available to them, and...

Bats on the Roof

Bats on the Roof

Matty Hack
September 26, 2013
Filed under NEWS, SCHOOL

By the end of this year, Community High School will be both a learning center for students and a housing center for bats. This statement may seem startling, especially to those terrified of bats. However, the bats will mostly be roosting during the day, and will only be active at night. Not only wil...

Forum Council 2013-14

Forum Council 2013-14

Natalie Potter and Allegra Corwin-Renner
September 15, 2013
Filed under NEWS, SCHOOL

As students opened their lunches and settled into their seats, new and old faces crossed the threshold into a world unknown to the rest, student politics. On Sept. 12, the Forum Council held their first meeting of the year in art teacher Steve Coron’s room. As a new year starts, several new ideas and...

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