Bulldogs Take Down MacIntosh, Advance in Playoffs

Bulldogs Take Down MacIntosh, Advance in Playoffs

Shae Cotter, Reporter November 18, 2022

The Chamblee Bulldogs football team is advancing to the second round of playoffs after their blowout win against the McIntosh Chiefs last Saturday, November 12. Playing at home at North Dekalb Stadium,...

State House Candidate Karen Lupton Visits CHS Young Democrats

State House Candidate Karen Lupton Visits CHS’ Young Democrats

Monserat Olivera, Reporter November 4, 2022

Election day is only weeks away, and candidates are longing to see the results. This is an interesting time for Georgia because as a typically Republican state, it could flip completely Democratic. In...

Dorrill sits at her desk at the beginning of a new school day.

Beloved Math Teacher to Retire: Dorrill to Close Out Career

Toby Russell, Editor April 22, 2022

This year, Chamblee students are watching some of their nearest and dearest teachers and staff retire. One such case is with Kelley Dorrill, teacher of freshman math, largely geometry and algebra. Dorrill...

The poster for this year’s prom

Prom to be Held at the High Museum

Keegan Brooks, Editor March 30, 2022

Chamblee High School’s 2022 prom is being held at the High Museum of Art on Saturday, April 23 at 8:00 p.m. Titled “Masterpieces,” the prom is being organized by Chamblee’s junior class. Located...

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Campus Beautification Days Scheduled for Spring

Keegan Brooks, Editor March 29, 2022

A series of three campus beautification work days are being held at Chamblee this spring. The work days will be held at the following dates and times: Wednesday, March 30 from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. ...

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Richard Woods with a Chamblee student

The Sextet Competing for Superintendent

Keegan Brooks, Editor March 23, 2022

An attorney, a pediatric dentist, a teacher, a business owner, a retiree, and an incumbent walk onto a ballot. One of them will eventually become Georgia’s next state school superintendent. Earlier...

Chamblee PTSA Offers $4,000 in Scholarships

Chamblee PTSA Offers $4,000 in Scholarships

Keegan Brooks, Editor March 22, 2022

The Chamblee High School PTSA has announced they are awarding a total of $4,000 in scholarships to five seniors this school year.  For a chance at one of the scholarships, students must write a 500...

Georgia Colleges Waive Application Fees for March

Georgia Colleges Waive Application Fees for March

Keegan Brooks, Editor March 16, 2022

College application fees for more than forty Georgia colleges are being waived during the month of March because of a partnership with the Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC). “The Georgia Student...

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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...

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Sweeping up Chamblee’s Tardy Students

Shea Parker, Reporter March 2, 2022

As we have gotten further into the school year, new policies are starting to be enforced. One of these new policies has been dubbed “Hallway Sweeps.” “In a very general term, it's about us, [the...

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,...

Controversial House Bill 888 Would Affect Teaching About Race in Schools

Controversial House Bill 888 Would Affect Teaching About Race in Schools

Allison Lvovich and Keegan Brooks February 16, 2022

A recent bill before the Georgia House of Representatives, House Bill 888, has created controversy among politicians, educators, and students alike. The bill, which critics say would limit how race is...

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