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Opposition to Digital Learning Grows

January 29, 2018 brought DeKalb County’s Digital Dreamers program to Chamblee, along with Chromebooks for students. This is part of a national movement to push schools towards paperless classrooms and digital learning. However, Digital Dreamers isn’t wanted by all. “I’m…

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Chamblee Celebrates Black History

       Black history bingo, door decorating competitions, documentary showings–all ways that Chamblee celebrated Black History Month in 2017. With the start of February 2018 and a brand new Black History Month, it is important to acknowledge how Chamblee celebrates Black History…

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Two Year Commitment to Capstone

Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, Chamblee Charter High School will become the first school in the DeKalb County School District to offer the Advanced Placement (AP) Capstone program. Since coming to Chamblee, Principal Rebecca Braaten has made it a…

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Renewed Attention on Net Neutrality

On December 14, 2017, headlines nationwide proclaimed that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) had voted to repeal net neutrality. The topic proceeded to take the entire internet by storm, flooding social media feeds with numerous petitions and Ajit Pai memes–and…

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A Reflections Award is “Within Reach”

Many students at Chamblee Charter High School have a passion for art, whether it be visual arts, literature, or photography, and that passion is reflected in their daily work. You can imagine, then, that the work students submitted to the…

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Band, Orchestra, and Chorus Team Up for Centennial Winter Concert

With the last few days of Chamblee Charter High School’s centennial year fast approaching, the fine arts department is looking to go out with a bang. That bang is the annual Winter Concert.   “What’s really special about the Winter…

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