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New Arrival Procedures Foster Dissatisfaction Among Students

Chamblee Charter High School is teeming with traditions. One such tradition for students is sitting in the hallways in the morning before school, doing homework or socializing with friends. Although simple, it is something that the students of Chamblee have…

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‘State of School’ Address Leaves Parents with More Questions, Few Answers

by Ethan Rotnem and Hope Williams If the presence of five armed law enforcement officers was any indication, the state of Chamblee Charter High School is tense. These officers were present on June 27, 2018, when Chamblee Charter High School…

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Making the Most Out of Summer at Governor’s Honors Program

School over the summer? Most students would prefer to steer clear. But for some Chamblee students, Georgia’s Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) offers a unique chance to dive deeper into a subject area that interests them. “I applied [to GHP] because…

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NSBE Proves Prowess in Pittsburgh

The STEM fields are becoming exponentially more important, practical, and sophisticated in our rapidly modernizing world. The keys to unearthing this potential lie in the hands of the youth and more importantly, those who may be overlooked. This past March,…

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Chamblee Students Stand Up for Their Lives and Against Gun Violence

On March 24, 2018, over 30,000 protesters marched to the state capitol in an effort to gather together in opposition to weak gun regulations, in schools and beyond. “I feel that gun violence is something that really affects all of…

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Celebrating Diversity

Here at Chamblee Charter High School, we take pride in our ethnically diverse student body. As a celebration of this diversity, members of the International Club host a major event that is growing exponentially in popularity: the International Festival. The…

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