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CRLS Responds: “What was the best part of your summer?”

Margaux Harrington, Josie O’Toole, and Andrew Mello

October 3, 2019

This piece also appears in our September 2019 print edition.

Continuing Tradition, the Black Student Union Hosts “Welcome Black 2 CRLS”

September 12, 2019

On the morning of September 5th, the CRLS Black Student Union (BSU) and others cheered on new and returning students and faculty as they entered t...

CRLS Teachers Recognized with Annual Faculty Distinction Awards

Zoe Fritz-Sherman, Metro Editor

June 18, 2019

For most seniors, graduation is a celebration of hard work, perseverance, and moving on to a new stage of life. But at CRLS, students also take time to acknowledge some of the most pivotal people in their development and success in high school, their teachers. On Thursday, June 6th, 2019, four teachers—Dr. Eva Lam, Mr. Duncan MacLaury, Ms. Melissa Chaney, and Mr. Ibr...

Blast From the Past: June 1944

Blast From the Past: June 1944

June 17, 2019

Each year, the CRLS community gathers to hold a graduation ceremony, awarding diplomas to the graduating seniors and sending them off after four years of high school.

The Class of 2019 graduated on June 6th, 2019.

The Class of 2019 Graduates: After Years of Hard Work, the Seniors Are Ready to Say Goodbye

June 16, 2019

On Thursday, June 6th, at 6 PM, the Class of 2019 graduated from the Cambridge Ridge and Latin School. To begin the ceremony, families were welcomed in 15 of the 22 languages that the class of 2019 speaks. After this multilingual greeting, the graduating seniors proceeded into the field house as the audience rose to their feet, watching their beloved friends and relatives walk down the aisle toward the front of the gymnasium.

Pictured: Students participating in Nest Fest 2019.

Nest Fest 2019: A Final Hurrah for CRLS Seniors

June 16, 2019

Towards the end of school every year, the seniors hold an outdoor banquet on the tennis courts to commemorate completing their four years of high school.

Pictured: The 2018-2019 mediation team.

CRLS Peer Mediation Team Promotes Their Work with Assembly

June 15, 2019

The peer mediation team at CRLS is one of the most well-respected and successful school mediation programs in the country, according to Chandra Banks, the district-wide mediator and coordinator of the team. The program helps CRLS community members with any individual problems through self-guided conversation.

Rev. Mariama White-Hammond spoke at the CRLS Climate Change Initiative assembly.

CRLS Climate Change Initiative Launches with Assembly

June 15, 2019

On Thursday, May 23rd, biology teacher Mr. McGuinness and several student leaders organized an assembly to kick off the CRLS Climate Change Initiative, which will begin the fall of the 2019-2020 school year

Inside a Leveled Up 9th grade English classroom.

Level Up Effort at CRLS Meets Some Parental Resistance

June 12, 2019

It is a well-known phenomenon at CRLS that if you walk into a class, you can tell what level it is just by looking at the students’ faces. While CRLS is a racially and ethnically diverse school, students of color have often been concentrated in so-called College Prep (CP) classes, while the more challenging Honors (HN) and Advanced Placement (AP) classes that are in fact more instrumental in setting students on the path to higher education have been overwhelmingly made up of white and affluent students.

Four of the students involved in Banking Operations at CRLS.

Behind the Scenes: Banking Operations

June 6, 2019

The Banking Operations class here on the first floor at CRLS is open to all seniors with an interest in finance. Students take a week-long paid s...

CRLS seniors were awarded $307,702 in scholarships this year.

2019 CRLS Scholarship Night

June 4, 2019

Each year, countless CRLS students benefit from the extensive scholarship programs that the school offers. This year alone, a total of $307,702 was awarded to deserving students pursuing diverse areas of interest within the school, with an average of $1,579 per individual scholarship.

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