Evan Johansen

Where did the time go?

Even 15 minutes in the morning can be a blessing in some cases

Timberline’s QSA meets every week after school.

Carihi benefits from clubs

Both Carihi and Timberline secondary schools run after-school clubs for students

Timberline’s QSA meets every week after school.
Students prepare for exam week by taking advantage of after-school tutoring.

Tutoring provides some relief

Carihi offered after-school tutoring three times a week for students who need help with exam preparations

Students prepare for exam week by taking advantage of after-school tutoring.
Raechel Thyne decides on what to buy at a vending machine in Carihi.

Vending machines: not the place to get a real meal

Although they may be full of candy bars, bags of chips, and diet pops, kids are concerned about their health

Raechel Thyne decides on what to buy at a vending machine in Carihi.
Students pile into the bus at a stop outside Carihi on Dogwood Street. Many students find the system doesn’t meet their needs.

Is this my stop? Teen transit woes

It’s a common sight to see teenagers hanging around the community centre to get onto the next bus

Students pile into the bus at a stop outside Carihi on Dogwood Street. Many students find the system doesn’t meet their needs.
Grade 10 students Chariti Stewart, Hayley Ellis, Raechel Thyne, Julia Tonini, and Aislinn Delorme choose to jaywalk rather than use crosswalks provided for pedestrian convenience.

Students swarm Dogwood Street in headlong rush to hit nearby businesses

Many students crossing the road at the same time can become a big problem for drivers

Grade 10 students Chariti Stewart, Hayley Ellis, Raechel Thyne, Julia Tonini, and Aislinn Delorme choose to jaywalk rather than use crosswalks provided for pedestrian convenience.
Erin Milligan (Top) and Christina Kelly (Bottom) are feeling relieved that school is finally over.

Students contemplate what’s in store for 2014/15

2013-2014 at Carihi has been full of original ideas, and many productions, many created and organized by Carihi students

Erin Milligan (Top) and Christina Kelly (Bottom) are feeling relieved that school is finally over.
The cast and crew of Bonnie & Clyde are gearing up for opening night on May 21.

Carihi cast brings Bonnie & Clyde to life

It’s that time of year again, when Carihi showcases their musical talents on stage

The cast and crew of Bonnie & Clyde are gearing up for opening night on May 21.
Gena Bannerman pondered the value of breaking with the tradition of having a summer break.

Time off: how much is too much?

School causes stress, this much is obvious, and time off is essential to a healthy lifestyle

Gena Bannerman pondered the value of breaking with the tradition of having a summer break.
The Sports Leadership class at Carihi has goal of making fitness more fun and less of a chore for their fellow students.

Carihi sports leadership students make rewarding connections

One of the main goals that the group has set is to make fitness more fun and less of a chore

The Sports Leadership class at Carihi has goal of making fitness more fun and less of a chore for their fellow students.
Emily Bertrand (left) and Chef Jessica Mann like the ready-for-anything aspect of the Carihi cafeteria.

Come and get it!

At Carihi, there are many programs linked to the events and overall functioning of the school

Emily Bertrand (left) and Chef Jessica Mann like the ready-for-anything aspect of the Carihi cafeteria.

Partners in Crime: Bonnie and Clyde

From the depths of this production come two formidable students

Work and school: how much is too much?

Sometimes all of the work that piles up can become very stressful

Stress defined: exams

Exams have always been particularly stressful times for some students in Campbell River

TEENS AND SCREENS

78 per cent of teens between the ages of 12 and 17 own mobile devices

Improv Games come to the North Island

Improv is a spontaneous form of drama, where the actors create scenes as fast as possible

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