• Our Back-2-Back State Champs
  • Final Four Bracket Update
  • Mock Trial State Experience
  • Changes in Chapin
  • Chapin Junior is Running For SCASC President
  • Now Showing!! Books to Movies!
  • Chapin Beta Club places at the State Convention
  • 2017 Spring Sports Start Up
  • Teacher and Support Employee of the Year
  • The Ringling Brothers Make The Circus Disappear

News

Our Back-2-Back State Champs

Our Back-2-Back State Champs

Chapin Men’s Soccer took the victory over East Side for the 4A state championship during a torrential downpour on Friday May 12th. They’re c...

May 22, 2017

Legacy Week Ends with Mr. Chapin Pageant

Legacy Week Ends with Mr. Chapin Pageant

Chapin High School is nearing the end of its Legacy Week for the 2016-2017 school year. On Friday, May 19th, its showcase event, Mr. Chapin,...

May 19, 2017

  • Recap on Class Day May 17, 2017
  • Ms. Williams District Teacher of the Year May 17, 2017

CSPN Sports

Our Back-2-Back State Champs

Our Back-2-Back State Champs

Hannah Lawson and Kayla Allen

Chapin Men’s Soccer took the victory over East Side for the 4A state championship during a torrential downpour on Friday May 12th. They’re celebrating their state title f...

May 22, 2017No Comments

2017 Spring Sports Start Up

2017 Spring Sports Start Up

February 17, 2017

College Football Top Four Picks

September 12, 2016

Chapin Sports Dominate Mega Monday

May 10, 2016

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Staff Profile

Taylor Ebert

Student life

Taylor Ebert is a senior a Chapin High School. She writes about Chapin students and is a contributor to the design of the CSPN website. She has a job, plans to go to college, and likes to hang out with...

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Student Government

Legacy Week

Legacy Week

Morgan Donohue and Shelby Norris

Chapin's 2016 graduating seniors created a event that would last for generations to come through the Legacy Week project. The week includes multiple activities such as ...

May 15, 2017No Comments

  • Chapin Junior is Running For SCASC President March 7, 2017

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Features

Tattoos! Teens Transition to Adulthood

Tattoos! Teens Transition to Adulthood

Julia Wheaton, Hayley Olecheck, Michaela Dunkley

Are tattoos a way for seniors to transition into adulthood or are they just a new trend? Tattoos are permanent and stay on you forever, unless later removed.. Some peo...

May 30, 2017

Parking Pass Panic

Parking Pass Panic

Kiley Hengeveld, Sara Dietrich, and Maddy Koons

Chapin High School students can now submit all necessary requirements for the upcoming school years parking passes. All forms and checks will be accepted from May 15th...

May 19, 2017

  • A “Spring Break-down” April 6, 2017
  • National Library Week April 4, 2017

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Arts and Entertainment

Tattoos! Teens Transition to Adulthood

Tattoos! Teens Transition to Adulthood

Julia Wheaton, Hayley Olecheck, Michaela Dunkley

Are tattoos a way for seniors to transition into adulthood or are they just a new trend? Tattoos are permanent and stay on you forever, unless later removed.. Some peo...

May 30, 2017No Comments

  • Now Showing!! Books to Movies! March 3, 2017
  • CHS Loves Dr. Suess! March 3, 2017

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Student Life

Parking Pass Panic

Parking Pass Panic

Kiley Hengeveld, Sara Dietrich, and Maddy Koons

Chapin High School students can now submit all necessary requirements for the upcoming school years parking passes. All forms and checks will be accepted from May 15th...

May 19, 2017No Comments

  • A “Spring Break-down” April 6, 2017
  • Mock Trial State Experience March 23, 2017
  • Chapin’s Snow Day March 21, 2017

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