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New Course Pathways Create Opportunities for Career Experience

This year, Chamblee Charter High School added two new career pathways to its course repertoire: cybersecurity and sports medicine. These pathways, like the others already offered at CCHS, are composed of a series of courses specifically designed to prepare students…

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Atlanta Students Gain New Perspective through TILE Speeches

TILE, an international conversation series where influential speakers engage directly with their audience, is making its debut in Atlanta. Led by students and targeted towards students, TILE stands for Talks on Innovation, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship. Similar in purpose to TED…

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Rubbish Takes ‘Trashy Pics’ to a Whole New Level

A new wave of campus beautification has arrived, and it involves taking pictures of trash and uploading them for incentives. The ‘Rubbish’ project, created by Chamblee juniors Amy Lin and Shrika Madivanan, is a school-wide competition to sanitize the school….

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New Science Teacher Excited to Share Passion for Biology

Jennifer Gaffney, a biology and physics teacher and an overall lover of science, is looking forward to her first year teaching at Chamblee Charter High School. “I took this job because I live in the community,” said Gaffney. “I’ve heard…

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Chamblee Students Find Ways To Overcome Stress After School

In many high school students’ lives, academics play a prevalent role, often taking up a significant portion of time. Despite this, Chamblee Charter High School students are finding ways to overcome these limits, specifically after the school day comes to…

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Old Friends Bring New Teacher to CCHS

After taking a year ‘off’ of teaching for maternity leave, biology and physics teacher Sara Turmel has joined the Chamblee Charter High School staff. Previously, Turmel taught physics at fellow DeKalb school, Cedar Grove High School. While at Cedar Grove,…

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