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Making a Difference at Special Olympics

Every spring, volunteers from Chamblee Charter High School’s National Honor Society give up their time and energy to serve special needs student athletes at DeKalb County’s Track and Field Special Olympics. Volunteers receive six full service hours for the event,…

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Challenges of Color Blindness at Chamblee

The condition of color blindness has very little to do with seeing black and white. In fact, for most people that are color blind, only specific colors are affected. “I can see most colors, but everything is much duller,” said…

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March Madness Lives Up to Its Name

Madness is truly the best word to describe it. From mid-March to early April every year, sports fanatics across Chamblee Charter High School devote their time and energy to basketball as men and women’s college basketball teams compete in the…

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A Look Into Lent

Although many Chamblee students observe the Catholic tradition of Lent, the meaning behind it is often left forgotten. Every year, we hear our Catholic peers talk about how hard it is to give up their phone or a certain food,…

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School Security Superheroes

In light of recent events, Chamblee Charter High School is among nearly every school in the US fearing for safety of the students. But securing the hallways are two campus supervisors and one school resource officer: Ron Brown, Roosevelt Weatherly,…

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Star Pitcher Finds Home Close to Home

The pitcher is the focal point of any softball game; the quarterback of any successful team; the glue that holds together all the pieces. Chamblee High School was lucky enough to have one of the most effective in school history,…

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