• Finding the right size
  • Let’s go clubbin’
  • New Addition to Chanhassen High School: The Quad
  • Big Aspirations
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  • Finding the right size

    Finding the right size

    Audrey Eidem, Contributor

    October 13, 2016

    Increasing student achievement by reducing class size is a method that has been analyzed and discussed for several years.  Chanhassen High School has an average class size of thirty-two students. Some students believe they are in classes that are too big, while others favor the large classes.   ...

    Class sizes vary at school. This is one of Jennifer Rowe's smaller classes, with 3rd hour being her largest class.

    Audrey Eidem

  • Let’s go clubbin’

    Let’s go clubbin’

    Grace Potenza, Contributor

    October 13, 2016

    Interested in photography? Shakespeare? Cooking? Animals? Is there not a club that suits your interests? It is very easy to start a club; all you need is a brilliant idea, an advisor, and a conversation with Chan’s Arts and Activities director Jim Swearingen. As the Arts and Activities director of Chanh...

    Sam Buisman (12) conducts the Political Activism club during options.

    Grace Potenza

  • New Addition to Chanhassen High School: The Quad

    New Addition to Chanhassen High School: The Quad

    Grace Doerring, Contributor

    October 13, 2016

    Students sit at tables collaborating and teaching themselves lessons ranging from math equations to the history of the Holocaust. If they need help they have advisors in each subject to help them. “Two years ago a group of teachers went to Wisconsin, saw how some schools there we're doing a struc...

    Coenen's classroom, one of the four classroom's used for the Quad, located in Spruce South.

  • Big Aspirations

    Big Aspirations

    Annamaria Crespo, Contributor

    October 13, 2016

    From an idea sketched out on a napkin to a product on the shelves of large retail stores, Jesse Parker, the inventor of Aspire, made his dream become a reality. Nearly three and a half years ago, Parker, a Victoria resident, noticed a problem in the sports drinks his children were drinking and did something...

    Aspire is sold in the school's cafeteria and is frequently seen in students' hands.

  • Future scientists study ants in Costa Rica

    Future scientists study ants in Costa Rica

    Julia Westholter, Contributor

    October 13, 2016

    The Seeds of Change Inc. is yet again funding an opportunity for students to spark their inner scientist by going on a trip to Liberia, Costa Rica where they will stay in one of the most biodiverse rainforests in the world. With only a select few students, they study leafcutter ants and are trying to figure o...

    Students study leafcutter ants in Costa Rica.

    Sara Falkofske

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