CHS Students Folding Paper to Help Japan

Claudia Holbrook May 28, 2011

From May 2011: March 11, 2011 is a day known around the world as the day Japan was hit by a double attack of an earthquake and tsunami. Here at Chamblee High School, thousands of miles away from this...

Bridging the Gap Between High School and College

Sophia Jamille May 21, 2011

From May 2011: With the school year coming to a close, many seniors are in the final stages of deciding where they want to attend school in the fall. Some are bound to leave the nest and go out of...

Chamblee’s Extreme Makeover

Carrie Moore May 20, 2011

From May 2011: After years of empty promises regarding a new building, Chamblee finally gets a grant to begin construction. Established in 1917, Chamblee has parts of its building that are nearly one...

Brick, Mortar, and Memories

Paroma Chakravarty May 20, 2011

From May 2011 After years of complaining about the decrepit conditions of Chamblee, students and staff have finally been promised a shiny new school. The yellowed halls, the moldy ceilings, and the drafty...

Morning Coffee With Amanda

Morgan Thomas April 28, 2011

From April 2011: At some point in time, society became too busy to appreciate the multitude of little things that once brought joy to everyday life. The smell of coffee in the morning, the soothing...

Life Lessons and Insights from Two Who Lived Through the Vietnam War

Amanda Bennett April 25, 2011

By Stereotypes are dangerously narrow ideas of people based on a lack of sufficient information. Luckily, the students in Advanced Placement language classes were able to abolish several stereotypes...

Farewell to a Friend: In Memory of Alex Lindstrom

Lily Mosely April 20, 2011

From April 2011: Following the suicide of Alex Lindstrom on February 7 [2011], Chamblee High School students and teachers experienced shockwaves of disbelief, grief and confusion. The school observed...

Familiarity Breeds Fire

Shummi Chowdhury April 20, 2011

From April 2011: The senior courtyard, once a rite of passage for Chamblee seniors, has now become broken by over-eager juniors. Chamblee High School is designed with two separate courtyards for its...

Despite Region Tournament Setback, Hail to Caesar and the Boys for Sweeping Local Rivals

From March 2009: Many people have not been able to attend as many basketball games this year as they would have liked. It will not take much to bring you up to speed on the Chamblee boys’ basketball...

A Century Later and Still Divided

Alisha Washington March 3, 2009

From March 2009: Chamblee is one of the most diverse high schools in DeKalb County, with 10.3% of the student population being Asian/Pacific Islander, 7% Hispanic, 54.1% Black, 24.7% White, and 3.6%...

Wrestling Straddles Towards State Spot

Eric Loudermilk February 4, 2009

From February 2009: As the regular season slowly comes to a conclusion, Chamblee’s wrestling team has been gaining momentum with strong showings in second semester meets, but the Bulldogs still need...

The Ultimate Challenge

Leah Gregory February 3, 2009

From February 2009: A new sports craze is sweeping the halls at Chamblee in the form of ultimate Frisbee. In the late fall of 2008, a group of juniors and seniors began playing recreationally on the...

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