CHS Takes on Instagram

CHS Takes on Instagram

Imagine this: It’s a beautiful morning in Caledonia, as it almost always is. You wake up and check your Instagram like you would do any other day, but this time is different: you see that 5 accounts want to follow you. You look to see who they are, and to your surprise, they are named…

Students Are Living Double Lives. It’s Called Dual Enrollment.

Many students are surrounded by peers who are dual-enrolled, but may wonder: what even is dual enrollment?  Dual enrollment allows current high school students to take college-level courses, while also taking their required high school classes. Students at CHS take college classes in the media center during unfulfilled school hours – typically reserved for electives…

Most Popular Colleges 2022 Graduates Are Attending

With graduation arriving soon, many of the 2022 seniors are making their final decision on which college to attend in the fall. The most popular colleges that CHS students attend include  Michigan State University, Western Michigan University, and Grand Rapids Community College.  The most popular school that CHS students will be attending is Michigan State…

The Hall

I stepped into the hall, and as I did, a wave of darkness washed over me. I took a few steps out into the abyss and the door shut behind me, creaking as it did. I turned instantly to try and open it again, but it was stuck, same as me. It took a moment,…

Is Dating Worth the Cost?

There is one imperative question asked in the mind of a money-wary romantic: does dating actually cost a lot? Well, the answer is complicated: yes and no, depending on who you are dating, how long you have been dating, and how old you are.  In 2019, on average, Americans spent $697 on dates per year…

Links: Be Kind Always

“LINKS is a peer to peer program where peers that are non-disabled work with peers who have some type of disability, whether that be cognitive or autism or even a physical disability,” said teacher Bill Doran. Take it from someone who was on the fence about taking LINKS, this program has changed my life and…

Caledonia FFA Takes on Districts and Regionals

Members of the Caledonia FFA Chapter competed at the district leadership skills contests at Saranac High School on Monday, February 7th. Students who moved on then competed at regional contests on Wednesday, February 16th at Lowell High School.  To advance to regionals, a team/individual needs to place first or second at the district competition. Accomplishing…

New Rules at Sporting Events

Before the second home game, Caledonia’s Principal Brady Lake emailed additional rules students have to follow. The new rules are that students may not bring paint or baby powder to games, nor may they crowd surf anymore. In the past, decorating students with colorful paints and dyes was happily accepted by the school. Photographers took…