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Date registered: June 23, 2017

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  1. CHS/MST jr. Monica Chang wins the local Knight Essay contest! — February 12, 2018
  2. Magnet Shirt 2018 — February 7, 2018
  3. MST Jr. Kaitlin Beel Honored by VFW — February 7, 2018
  4. Magnet “Night of Service” at CCFB, 2/27/18 — February 7, 2018
  5. Senior Alaya Mays Statebound in POL! — February 6, 2018

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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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Oct 27

Spirit Friday at CHS

It’s Homecoming week at CHS. We started off Spirit Friday with one of our Friday breakfasts. Thank you to the MST parents and students for hosting another round of fellowship for the staff and students. Much appreciated. Roll, Makers!

Oct 24

MST Junior Chang Chosen as Finalist in Bioscience Showcase

CHS/MST junior Monica Chang was recently named one of ten finalists in the Oregon Bioscience Showcase Research Fast Pitch! “With just three minutes each, ten high school and academic researchers will compete, presenting their projects to the 200+ bioscience professionals in the audience. This is their unique opportunity to discuss their emerging research and its …

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Oct 18

DECA Girls Represent Speaker Series

“The DECA Girls Represent campaign aims to encourage girls to pursue careers that usually lack female representation. The Speaker Series delivers unique insight for girls by hosting informative and inspiring talks from female professionals in underrepresented fields. These talks will take place in the library on the following days: 10/26, 11/2, 11/16, 11/29, and 12/14. …

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Sep 25

All’s Well That Ends Well: Ashland 2017 Recap

The Camas High School MST Magnet program (50 students and 5 staff) took a field trip this past weekend to Ashland, Oregon, the home of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, to see productions of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and Shakespeare in Love, as well as go on a backstage “multimedia” tour.  The trip was a …

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Sep 20

Freshmen Orientation 2017

On Wednesday, August 30th, the Magnet staff and upperclassmen welcomed the incoming class of “Magnetos” at our annual freshmen orientation. As usual, we ran the students through some icebreakers and six different “Olympic” challenges, from the 3 Legged Race to the Over/Under Water Relay, as well as taking care of some basic first week logistics. …

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