The Comet

  • Juuling: A Complete Overview

    Juuling: A Complete Overview

    Ian Miller, Staff

    February 22, 2018

    Juuling is the newest teenage frenzy to take over schools and their bathrooms. The dangerous nicotine-vape device is sweeping the nation and still gaining popularity. It's easy to use, easy to find, and, most importantly, easy to get away with. Kids...

  • Snow Days Pile Up

    Snow Days Pile Up

    Katie thor Straten, Staff

    February 22, 2018

    As the third quarter is halfway done, students and faculty are up to their necks in stress. Thankfully, mother nature decided that we deserved a break and gave us a lot of time off. But what are the effects?   At the start of the year, BCPS planned for the school year to end June 15 and budgeted 45.5 hours in the s...

  • The Death of the NCAA

    The Death of the NCAA

    Jack Corcoran, Staff

    February 22, 2018

    With Tuesday's NCAA ruling of removing Notre Dame's 21 football victories from the 2012 and 2013 seasons because of supposed academic fraud, one thing is clear: it's time to realize that the NCAA's days of dealing out unfair punishments and taking advantage...

  • Warning: AP Season Approaching!

    Warning: AP Season Approaching!

    Katrina Bucher, Staff

    February 12, 2018

    Uh oh- there's stormy clouds ahead. Cue everyone running away screaming out of the burning village. That's right folks, we're only a few months away from AP season, and everyone is hustling to prepare and make it out alive.  AP tests mean a lot of different things for a lot of different people. Maybe you took the class to bump up you...

  • Elza Wins Champions of Courage Contest

    Elza Wins Champions of Courage Contest

    Ellie Dugan, Staff

    February 6, 2018

    CHS sophomore Nick Elza recently became one of twenty Baltimore-area winners of the prestigious Martin Luther King-inspired Champions of Courage essay contest. The goal of the annual competition is to compose a short, yet impactful, description of an individual...

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Upper Classmen Help Freshmen Adjust
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Will Varsity Soccer be a Contender for States Next Year? 
  • In Sports, Practice Does Make (Near) Perfect February 22, 2018
  • Sports Impact Student Schedules February 12, 2018
  • Cheap Sporting Events In & Around Baltimore February 6, 2018
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Staff Profile
Gabby Douglas
Gabby Douglas


Hi! My name is Gabby Douglas, and I am a junior at CHS. I love playing basketball and volleyball. And am happy to be a member of the newspaper staff!

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