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Date registered: June 23, 2017

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  1. Magnetos Wow at Regional SEF — March 5, 2019
  2. Micah’s Miles Volunteering Opportunity — February 22, 2019
  3. CCFB Night of Service Rescheduled — February 11, 2019
  4. CHS/MST Class of 2014 Grad Riley Hein Speaks! — February 11, 2019
  5. CHS/MST Class of 2013 Grad Abbie Younkin Speaks! — February 4, 2019

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Mar 05

Magnetos Wow at Regional SEF

Camas High School MST students and others competed in the Southwest Washington Science and Engineering Fair this past weekend at Skyview High School in Vancouver, WA. They did very well!  We’re still finalizing the details and exact titles of the awards, but here’s what we have so far (we will update as needed with corrections …

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Feb 22

Micah’s Miles Volunteering Opportunity

CHS/MST junior and published author Mackenzie Snell emailed and asked for our help in spreading the word about a volunteering opportunity that would help benefit the nonprofit Micah’s Miles. See below for her message and an opportunity to sign up for this if you’d like. “Micah’s Miles has teamed up with Why Racing (a running …

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Feb 11

CCFB Night of Service Rescheduled

We’ve made the decision to pre-emptively cancel our scheduled night of service for 2/12/19. With less than 20 of us able to attend, that seems to make sense, especially with still sloppy roads and the threat of more incoming weather. I did reach out to CCFB to ask about options for another date this spring. …

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Feb 11

CHS/MST Class of 2014 Grad Riley Hein Speaks!

December and January are great months for reflection as we close one year and start another. For me, that’s often sparked by visits from former students. I’ll be sharing some of those updates here on this page, asking them to share what they’ve been up to, the lessons they’ve learned and applied in their lives, …

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Feb 04

CHS/MST Class of 2013 Grad Abbie Younkin Speaks!

December and January are great months for reflection as we close one year and start another. For me, that’s often sparked by visits from former students. I’ll be sharing some of those updates here on this page, asking them to share what they’ve been up to, the lessons they’ve learned and applied in their lives, …

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Feb 01

Magnet “Night of Service” at CCFB: 2/12/19

Magnetos, join us for a night of service on Tuesday, February 12th, from 5:15-7:30 PM, at the Clark County Food Bank. We need about 50 volunteers to work with teams of other Magnetos and staff to sort and/or repackage bulk donations for distribution to local families. If you’d like to do this, sign up here: Magnet Night …

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Jan 28

MST Sophomore Joey Stanley Wins POL!

Performing in front of a packed house in CHS room 116 on January 23rd, Magnet sophomore Joey Stanley wowed the judges with his soulful interpretation of The Road Not Taken, by Robert Frost, winning the 2019 CHS Poetry Out Loud (POL) competition. Congratulations, Joey, as well as to all the other contestants and the six school competition …

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Jan 18

MST 2018-19 Admissions Timeline Finalized

See below for important dates and deadlines related to this year’s CHS MST Magnet admissions process. Our application goes live by the end of next week. For more information about the admissions process, visit our admissions page: MST Admissions Portal

Dec 13

Senior Symposium 2018

On December 10th, 2018, 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 Abigail Jiang and …

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Oct 15

Ryan Gompertz CHS/MST Class of 2011

Ryan Gompertz (CHS, ’11) was among the first 32 brave Magnet pioneers who joined our brand new program in its inaugural year of 2007.  Like many of those 32 curious students who joined us that year, we were also just trying to figure out who we were as a program. I distinctly remember when Ryan …

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