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CHS and Its Many Locations

CHS and Its Many Locations

February 7

Catonsville High School has occupied many sites all over the Catonsville community in the years it has existed. Tracing the school's history can be both interesting and complex because of its frequent...

CHS students, staff protect against racist acts

CHS students, staff protect against racist acts

January 10

"This definitely wouldn't be tolerated at Catonsville High." -Principal Matt Ames

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A Symbol Of Modesty: Hijab

A Symbol Of Modesty: Hijab

November 16

Assalaamu alaykum, virtual readers, Thought I'd start this article with a beautiful greeting which Muslims say when meeting each other. It means "Peace be upon you." In the current time we live in, one...

What Does it Take To Start A Club?

What Does it Take To Start A Club?

October 19

We all know that high school is a unique time filled with opportunities to try new things  and make new connections with others who share your interests. Clubs are a great way to do this, but what if...

Exchange Students in CHS

October 19

Do you ever wonder what it would be like to be an exchange student; leaving your family behind to study in another country? This year, an exchange student from Kaiserstraße, located in Frankfurt, Germany,...

Let’s Color Catonsville High

Let’s Color Catonsville High

October 19

Can art be featured throughout CHS?  If you're a visual artist, the work that you're proud of should be seen.  The art wing is filled with students' artwork, so can we make the rest of the school as...

The Fate of the Old Catonsville Elementary School Building

The Fate of the Old Catonsville Elementary School Building

October 13

This summer, Catonsville Elementary School moved into what used to be the Bloomsbury Community Center, leaving behind a vacant, vintage building. Established in 1909, the old building has endured 107...

American Music Travels Abroad

Nicole Gunderson, Staff

October 13

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Every summer, through American Music Abroad, about 100 students from five states travel to Europe for 17 days to play and sing in different countries. CHS band director Chris Gnagey is one of nine directors that chaperone the students on the trip. The Gold Tour of AMA takes students from Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut. Keith Hodgson has been the head director for seven years, and he dedicates...

Boys Soccer on the Road to States

Boys Soccer on the Road to States

October 6

The Catonsville Boy's Varsity Soccer team has high expectations for their season this year. Coached by Chris Hastings, each of the 23 boys on the team have the same goal in mind: to win the 2016 state ...

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