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Date registered: June 23, 2017

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  1. Admissions Timeline for 2018 Published — January 17, 2018
  2. Magnet Grad Meghal Sheth Published! — January 10, 2018
  3. Senior Symposium 2017 — December 12, 2017
  4. Magnet Sophomore Jaden Kim Honored by Local VFW Post — December 7, 2017
  5. Girls Represent TED Talk Night — December 1, 2017

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Jan 17

Admissions Timeline for 2018 Published

All programs at CHS are shifting back their timelines for info/admission by about a month this year. See below for the newly adopted admissions timeline for the MST Magnet. Email sam.greene@camas.wednet.edu with questions.   DATE: TIME: EVENT: LOCATION: 2/13/18 12:15-1:30 Skyridge students visit CHS and have opportunity to select into MST Magnet Program Info Session …

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Jan 10

Magnet Grad Meghal Sheth Published!

CHS/MST Magnet grad Meghal Sheth, class of 2015, was published this week in the journal of Future Microbiology, receiving a co-author credit for her recent work exploring the Zika virus and human pregnancy at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. Read the online article via the link here: To Zika and destroy: an …

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Dec 12

Senior Symposium 2017

On December 11th, 2017, the entire Magnet senior class presented their summer internship work and projects to the Camas School District school board and community at the Zellerbach Administration Center. After the poster fair, staff, students, and community convened for the regular school board meeting to hear formal presentations of internships by seniors Ashley Miles and …

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Dec 07

Magnet Sophomore Jaden Kim Honored by Local VFW Post

Magnet sophomore Jaden Kim debated the effort to reward ratio when he considered the extra credit writing assignment Mr. Greene offered in early November via the annual Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) essay contest.  In the end, Mr. Kim decided it was worth it. Little did he know when he submitted his essay that (besides …

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Dec 01

Girls Represent TED Talk Night

Camas Girls Represent hosts TED Talk Night in the CHS Library from 6-7:30pm on Thursday, December 7th. All middle school and high school students, parents, and staff are invited to hear five female speakers, including a local politician and a former professional football player, give inspiring talks on their experiences in male-dominated occupations.

Nov 16

MST Students Visit with Astronaut/CHS Grad Barratt

On Thursday, November 16th, about 50 CHS/MST students had the opportunity to hear astronaut and CHS class of 77 grad Dr. Michael Barratt speak to regional MST students at an event hosted by Washington State University Vancouver. Barratt wowed the audience with insights about the path he took to get, quite literally, into space! Here …

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Nov 14

MST APES Explore “Fact or Fiction”

Mrs. Dean’s freshmen AP Environmental Science (APES) students recently participated in an activity called fact or fiction. They used evidence and reasoning to support or reject claims on the topics of evolution, biodiversity, and other environmental occurrences. Nice work, MST APES!

Nov 11

Thank You, Veterans!

Thank you for your service, veterans! Shout out to our CHS/MST grads in the service: US Army: Camille R (14), Nathan C. (17) US Navy: PJ B. (12), Noah W. (13) US Air Force: Jimmy C. (12), Jeffrey F. (17) See where they and our other graduates have studied here: MST Graduate College Map

Nov 11

CHS/MST Grad Kim Fall Visit

CHS/MST grad (’17) Jason Kim in the house! Jason is studying at Princeton this fall. Thank you for stopping by, Jason!

Oct 31

CHS/MST Jr. Monica Chang Wins Bioscience Showcase

CHS/MST Magnet junior Monica Chang competed Monday, 10/30/17, in the Oregon Bioscience Association Showcase Fast Pitch competition. She won the event out of the ten finalists! Check out the video where she has two minutes to “pitch” the work she’s done in conjunction with the Sorg Lab at WSU-V to more than 200 bioscience professionals attending the …

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