Sports

Chamblee Swim Team Dominates at State Meet

On February 2nd-4th, 2017, the Chamblee swim team made history. This year, at the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) Swimming and Diving State Championship, which is held at the Georgia Tech Aquatics Center, the Chamblee girls placed second overall in the state of Georgia, losing to Marist by only nine points. The Chamblee boys placed […]

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Football Game Misconduct Leads to Administrative Mandates

The student section, the hype of high school football games, is getting cracked down on for numerous instances of irresponsible behavior. At Chamblee’s Homecoming Game, as well as other football games, several students made poor choices, which reflected poorly upon the school. Out of concern for student safety, administrators took steps to promote positive behavior […]

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Chamblee Swim Team Splashes Into the Season

Boys ranked third in the state, girls ranked fifth. Five state champions. Five swimmers on the Georgia High School Swimming Coaches Association All-State Team. A Chamblee student at the Olympic trials. These are just some of the things the Chamblee swim team accomplished last season. And this year, they’re aiming to do even better. Head […]

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Chamblee Marching Band On a High Note This Season

Chamblee’s marching band has always been an excellent source of entertainment and a remarkable display of skill and discipline, but this year, changes in the band have made them even better. The band underwent some major changes this year, the most drastic one being that there are now two drum majors, or conductors of the […]

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Surge Into The Season

Starting off their season with big goals in sight, both the boys and girls cross country teams are focusing on the future with great optimism. Looking to uphold high expectations, head coach, Hakim Felts, has amped up the training and is prepared to undertake any obstacles this upcoming season may have. As a second year […]

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Why Chamblee Charter High School Should Not Host the 2024 Olympic Games

When the Olympics end, fans of sports and culture alike have a feeling of emptiness and sadness. That epidemic has swept Chamblee harder than ever before, and many people  miss the Olympics so much that they are looking for something to fill that hole that has been left in them. That is where the proposition […]

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Blue and Gold NFL Predictions

As the NFL season approaches the halfway mark, teams are starting to show what they actually can do, either proving or disproving the glut of predictions made at the beginning of the year. We have decided to make a re-evaluation as to which teams will be in the playoffs come January. We start with the […]

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West Georgia Wolves Welcome Tyler Buford

The University of West Georgia will be gaining another Wolf in the fall of 2017. Following graduation, Chamblee Charter High School senior Tyler Buford will be attending the Division 2 school on a soccer scholarship. Tyler has been considering UWG since her junior year and she made her decision as of late September. “I wanted […]

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Our Obsession with Passivity

Henry Ford once said, “Most people spend more time and energy going around problems than in trying to solve them.” Let that sink in. Let those words embed themselves in your brain. Don’t get distracted. They’ll be gone from your mind before you know it. Our modern American society has become one built upon the […]

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March Madness Quiz

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