The Blue & Gold

New Mentoring Program Opens Doors for CCHS Students

Catherine Cossaboom

December 13, 2018

Filed under Features

Recently, a new mentoring program was created to serve CCHS freshmen and sophomores in their high school careers. Chamblee Charter High School’s counseling department partnered up with a couple of local organizations to offer...

Driver’s Ed: Why 30 Hours?

Catherine Cossaboom

December 11, 2018

Filed under Opinion

School had let out for Thanksgiving Break, but I wasn’t quite done with my classes for the week. I had to go to driving school for the entire weekend in an attempt to fulfill half of my 30 hours of required driver’s educatio...

What Not to Say to a Lefty

Sophie Maxwell

December 10, 2018

Filed under Viewpoints

For some reason, when people notice that someone is left-handed, they feel the need to point it out. Why they do this, I cannot explain. It’s not like the person doesn’t already realize what hand they write with. But since...

Cluster Meeting Sheds Light on State of Chamblee

Oliver Hurst

December 7, 2018

Filed under News

Principal Rebecca Braaten’s resignation, CCRPI scores, goals for the Chamblee Cluster, and Career Technology: parents gathered in the Chamblee Middle School (CMS) cafeteria on November 28 to learn more about these topics during ...

Connections Club Connects Special Ed Students

Will Hamilton

December 6, 2018

Filed under Features

Student organizations are an integral part of life at Chamblee Charter High School, but special education students are often not able to participate in these organizations. This small percentage of the student body often feel ...

Chamblee Reacts to Braaten Transfer

Maya Torres

December 5, 2018

Filed under Features

For the third time in four years, a Chamblee Charter High School principal has decided to leave Chamblee and move on to another position. Principal Rebecca Braaten worked as Chamblee principal for a year and a half, and will b...