Sports

Student Swimmers Pursue Goals Outside of Swim Season

Although the swim and dive season is several months away, some Chamblee Charter High School students have been participating in competitive swimming clubs outside of school to further strengthen their skills. Seniors Theo Hardy, Teresa Maloney, Jade Foelske, and Tyler…

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Battle of North DeKalb

The lights shined bright on a sea of gold Friday night, as the stands were filled with those supporting childhood cancer through Chip’s Nation at the annual “gold out” game between the Chamblee Bulldogs and Dunwoody Wildcats. Chamblee looked to…

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DBNP Shirts Spark Controversy at CCHS

Update: As of Friday, August 31, at 10 a.m., Curtis Mattair is no longer on suspension. On the evening of August 23, Chamblee Charter High School was unfavorably thrust into the local spotlight when 11Alive aired a story about t-shirts…

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2018 ‘Gold Out’ to Raise Awareness for Childhood Cancer

On August 31,  North Dekalb Stadium will host the age-old rival football game between Chamblee and Dunwoody High School. Although only one team will emerge victorious under the “Friday Night Lights,” Bulldogs and Wildcats alike can chip in on Chip’s…

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DeKalb County Volleyball Rivals Go Head to Head at CCHS

Chamblee Charter High School and Decatur High School have had a merciless volleyball rivalry since the program began in 2000. The girls on both teams are thoroughly familiar with each other and often cheer for one another when they are…

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Herculean Week for CCHS Softball Team

To say the Chamblee Lady Bulldogs had a strong week is an understatement. They played three games: Miller Grove on Tuesday, Rockdale County on Wednesday, and Clarkston on Thursday. They won all three of these games, and did so in…

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