Chamblee Students Throw Down at the Columbus Art Throwdown

Chamblee Students Throw Down at the Columbus Art Throwdown

Rasesh Joshi, Reporter December 5, 2022

On November 4th, Chamblee High School’s brightest art students went to Columbus State University to take on some of Georgia’s best art students in the Columbus Art Throwdown. The invitational had workshops...

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Chamblee Art Takes on the High

Luiza Douglas, Editor April 14, 2022

“When going on this trip, students can see that art is really a much larger cultural influence than we even think. A lot of times students get to see things that they've heard of but they've never seen...

Leave Me Alone! by Selma Uddin (22)

Scholastic Gold and Silver Keys Unlock Chamblee Students’ Creativity

Luiza Douglas, Editor March 16, 2022

This article was debuted in the March 2022 Music & Arts Print Edition. Recently, the creative students of Chamblee High school took to the 2022 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Program to show...

Newsies poster

Take a Break from the News with Newsies

Keegan Brooks, Editor March 7, 2022

This Thursday, months of work of more than one hundred students will culminate with the premier of Chamblee OnStage’s production of Newsies. The musical, which will have four performances from March...

New Plaza Fiesta Mural Gives Back to the Community

New Plaza Fiesta Mural Gives Back to the Community

Emmy Williams, Editor February 23, 2022

Amongst the abundance of sights and smells surrounding Chamblee’s Plaza Fiesta, a symbolic mural has been painted. This mural is sponsored by the HeArt My Block Program by Peach State Health Plan,...

What Makes For a Great Flag?

What Makes For a Great Flag?

Adam Pohl, Staff Writer February 17, 2022

Bright colors and neat designs, tied together with meaningful symbolism — flags are great. But what makes for a great flag? Recognizability. A flag is, above all else, a symbol, and that makes this...

Brock poses at the Classic Center in Athens, Georgia

Brock Alive and Well After Athens Concert

Keegan Brooks, Editor February 10, 2022

Last month, senior Adam Brock (‘22) was one of twenty students from across Georgia to play in the Georgia Music Educators Association's All-State Jazz Ensemble concert. He took part in the concert at...

Project Sunflower Sprouts Joy

Project Sunflower Sprouts Joy

Sarah Marcus, Reporter February 8, 2022

“Project Sunflower is a service project that the National Art Honor Society [NAHS] does where we find people in our community who are dealing with fairly serious health issues and sneakily find out what...

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Visual Arts Department 2.0

Sirianna Blanck, Henry Diep, and Oliver Hurst February 1, 2022

Back to the Course Catalog here. Introduction to Visual Arts In order to take most of the art classes at Chamblee, students must take Introduction to Visual Arts. Exceptions to skip this class in the...

A Look Into Hispanic Heritage Month at Chamblee

A Look Into Hispanic Heritage Month at Chamblee

Millie Gotsch, Staff Writer October 21, 2021

Chamblee students last month heard different stories of prominent Hispanic figures in history as part of the daily morning announcements. This was all part of the September 15 to October 15 celebration...

Mr. Barnard poses for a photo during first period

Chamblee is “Getting Ready to Rock” With a New Guitar Class

Emmy Williams, Editor August 23, 2021

After what could be described by some as the longest year in human history, Chamblee is finally beginning to return to the method of schooling that many people know and love. Accompanying this return are...

Halfway Dead by Lucy Osborne

They Created, They Submitted, They Conquered: Chamblee Students Win Big in This Year’s Art Competitions

Sydney Leahy, Editor June 2, 2021

In a school full of intense work ethic and high achievers, it’s no surprise that Chamblee’s art students flourished in this year’s selection of art competitions. With a multitude of winners in events...

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