The Chamblee Math Teams trophy, awarded for their 5A division win in the state tournament.

Math Team Sweeps Competition at State

Camille Crumbley, Staff writer May 23, 2019

You may call them nerds. You may call them geeks. But now, you will be calling them champions; in the annual Georgia State Math Tournament, Chamblee's Math Team placed first, making them 5A divisional...

Members of the spirit squad wave their flags and lead the CCHS student section in a cheer.

We’ve Got Spirit! Or Do We?

Alice Bai, Editor-in-chief May 22, 2019

Golden football stars, vicious prom court campaigns, school colors plastered on every wall and in every classroom: to me, this was the picture of "high school" that we as a culture had agreed upon. High...

Runners lining up at the start line of the Cox Trot on Saturday, May 11.

CCHS Comes Together For the Cox Trot

Adena Perez, Staff writer May 17, 2019

For the past thirteen years, the Chamblee community has come together every May in memoriam of the life of Kathryn Cox, a CCHS student who lost her life in 2006 in a car accident. Every year since, U.S...

Stanfield (pictured) plans to enlist in the Marine Corps as a combat camera.

Senior to Enlist as Combat Camera Post-Graduation

Oliver Hurst, Staff writer May 16, 2019

Unlike many Chamblee Charter High School seniors, James “Gib” Stanfield has decided to enlist in the United States Marine Corps as a combat camera. “The actual title is combat camera, that's the...

Weyes Blood’s “Titanic Rising” Showcases Rising Indie Force

Ethan Rotnem, Editor-in-chief May 16, 2019

Pennsylvania native Natalie Mering, known professionally as Weyes Blood, is anything but a household name. However, the classic rock melodies scattered throughout her newest album, “Titanic Rising,”...

Thank You Chamblee

Yammile Garcia May 15, 2019

I remember sitting in my literature class. It was a normal day just like every other day, students doing their work, others complaining about it and teachers from all over the building going on with their...

AP Exams. Good or Bad?

Sophie Maxwell, Staff writer May 14, 2019

AP exams. The time of year high school students constantly dread. They have worked all year in a class, and now they must show how much they have learned by taking a test. Last year I had one AP class:...

Why Christian Borle Means So Much to Me

Maya Torres, Staff writer May 14, 2019

I’m not going to lie here, I’ve written some pretty iconic opinion pieces this year. From my 1,000-word Legally Blonde editorial to my piece explaining why playing Papa’s Freezeria is more important...

One of senior class president Lucy Adelmans campaign posters.

SGA Elections Bring New Leadership to Chamblee

Maya Torres, Staff writer May 14, 2019

Along with exam season and end-of-the-year traditions, May also brings Student Government Association (SGA) elections to Chamblee. SGA consists of a group of highly involved students motivated to create...

From Cross Keys To Chamblee: Where They Stand Now

Yammile Garcia May 10, 2019

During the 2016 school year, DeKalb County School District held three meetings about redistricting options to reduce overcrowding in several of its schools. This affected nine schools including Cross Keys...

Lacrosse Goalie Headed to Birmingham-Southern

Lacrosse Goalie Headed to Birmingham-Southern

Hope Williams, Staff writer May 10, 2019

Chamblee Charter High School’s lacrosse program, despite its youth, has already landed multiple seniors a college recruitment. One of these seniors is the girls' team’s goalie, Jamie O’Melia. O’Melia’s...

Two identical essays turned in to Fred Avett in his American Literature class.

An Analysis of Chamblee’s “Cheating Culture”

Iris Tsouris, Editor-in-chief May 9, 2019

During the aftermath of a quiz earlier this week, anatomy teacher Leila Warren found a small piece of paper sitting on a desk in her classroom. Upon closer inspection, the paper was revealed to contain...

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