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Freshmen Transition to CHS

Freshmen Transition to CHS

October 16, 2018

Transitioning from middle school to high school is a big change: bigger workload, more expectations, increased responsibility, and so much more. Due to the difference, freshmen have mixed feelings about...

Tadesse Wins Cummings Youth Fellowship

Tadesse Wins Cummings Youth Fellowship

September 28, 2018

As more and more young role models appear in politics, CHS teens are becoming both confident in sharing their political voice and curious as to how our government operates. Catonsville junior Deborah...

Holocaust Survivor Speaks at CHS

Holocaust Survivor Speaks at CHS

May 8, 2018

On Wednesday, April 18, Holocaust survivor Edith Cord spoke in front of a crowd of about 60 sophomore AP World History students.   Cord provided students with a historical presentation and a lecture on her life story and experiences.   "I...

CHS Responds to Gun Violence

CHS Responds to Gun Violence

May 1, 2018

American students have taken to the streets in protest of nationwide gun violence and the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida at Stoneman Douglas High School. In response, some CHS students have...

DIY Fundraiser Benefits Class of ’21

DIY Fundraiser Benefits Class of ’21

April 24, 2018

Catonsville High School is having a DIY fundraiser on Saturday, April 28th. CHS will be hosting the event while Stephanie  Persichitti will be instructing the event.   "The instructor will arrive...

Club Fundraising Ramp Up

Club Fundraising Ramp Up

April 6, 2018

Clubs and teams are central to the CHS experience, and at the end of the year especially, finances for end-of-the-year competitions and materials for next year appear on the horizon. Teams and clubs are...

Farewell to the CHS Oak Tree

Farewell to the CHS Oak Tree

March 29, 2018

March 17th marks a day of great loss in the history CHS. A beloved symbol to the school and sports teams was permanently removed. The CHS oak tree was located at the top of the hill by the ramp and tennis...

Multicultural Week Returns to Honor Bev Hickman

Multicultural Week Returns to Honor Bev Hickman

March 14, 2018

If you've been waiting for Multicultural Week to come back, the wait is over. This March marks the return of the event. Multicultural Week was an event during which diversity- awareness activities took...

Comet Wins 2018 Young Woman of the Year Award

Comet Wins 2018 Young Woman of the Year Award

March 14, 2018

Senior Gabby McLean was chosen to be Baltimore County's 2018 Young Woman of the Year.  Every year, the Baltimore County Commission for Women, an organization that supports women through Baltimore County services, legislation, and programs,...

Sophomores Visit Holocaust Museum

Sophomores Visit Holocaust Museum

March 12, 2018

The Holocaust – one of humanity's worst crimes and a terrifying insight into the depths to which human beings can sink – recently became a topic of study for Grade 10 GT English students. Students read Night, a memoir...

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