Pablo Roa, Production Editor
September 24, 2014
Superintendent Joshua Starr recommended in October 2013 that MCPS push back high school start times, citing concerns over the lack of sleep teenagers are... READ MORE »»
Caption: Starr ended the campaign that he began in October 2013 to push back school start times.
Ana Faguy, News Editor
September 23, 2014
Earlier this month Newsweek released its list of top 500 American high schools, with CHS taking the 24th spot. Poolsville, Wootton, Walter Johnson, Walt... READ MORE »»
Caption: Principal Joan Benz holds up a sign reading '24' in honor of Churchill's place in the Newsweek rankings.
Gil Jacobson, News Editor
September 12, 2014
CHS freshmen gathered at Shepherd Stadium during lunch Thursday for the annual D.A.W.G.S. Freshman Picnic.
According to event co-chair and CHS parent Natasha... READ MORE »»
Caption: Freshmen William Chai, Brendan Tan, Daniel Pyo and Jake Maggid enjoy the Freshman Picnic Sept. 11.
Alissa Li, Observations Editor
June 2, 2014
A sea of black and purple t-shirts flooded the streets of Rockville April 27, each shirt branded with the words “United Are We.” Students marched through... READ MORE »»
Caption: Students held a march April 27 to protest the growing achievement gap. Leaders viewed the march as a success and look to MCPS for support.
Pablo Roa, Emily Wang, and Fiona Asbury
May 29, 2014
To the surprise and disappointment of many students and staff members, CHS was unranked in the U.S. News and World Report’s annual ranking of the best... READ MORE »»
Caption: After being ranked the number one school in the state of Maryland last year, CHS did not make the 2014 rankings.
The CHS football team stepped onto the field Friday night for its match against BCC and delivered a big win for the first game of the season, beating the Barons with a final score of 39-0.
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For centuries, people have sought better lives by immigrating to America, and it is no different for the influx of unaccompanied Central American minors newly enrolled in... read story
September 26, 2014
Arielle Gordon, Contest Manager
Gone are the days of staying for hours after school to work on homecoming floats.
As of this year, all homecoming floats will be built off campus and only brought to school... read story
September 29, 2014
Thomas Atkinson, Public Relations Manager
With summer reruns in the past, it is time for old favorites to return and for new programs to air, helping distract us from our studies.
American Horror Story:... read story
Ariell Gordon, Contest Manager
Returning from defending its girls doubles and mixed doubles state championship victories last season, the CHS girls tennis team is ready to be back on the court.
The players... read story
Emiliana Cardinale, Production Editor
CHS’s annual club night took place Sept. 18 from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Club night is an event that allows students to advertise their club as well as recruit members.
“It’s... read story
September 19, 2014
Emily Wang, Circulation Manager
The start of the new school year is always chaotic with students racking their brains to try and remember the basics of school.
Freshmen and forgetful upperclassmen often... read story
September 23, 2014
Sammy Silber, Editor-in-Chief
When on the Internet, students consider a lot of things: cat videos, Twitter, and Facebook. All the while, no one thinks of MCPS’s “Cybercivility” campaign.
“Cybercivility”... read story
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