• When ID Is The Issue
  • CHS Celebrates Teen Reading Week
  • Chapin Sports Round-Up
  • Beta Club Leadership Summit Convention
  • Fun Fall Festivities
  • South Carolina State Fair 2017
  • Spirit Week: The Sequel
  • Summer Adventures
  • Welcoming New Teachers!
  • Chapin High Alumnus Campaigning for Mayor

News

When ID Is The Issue

When ID Is The Issue

With the start of a new school year, also comes the beginning of new sets of rules, regulations, and an attempt to enforce them. This cycle is seen year afte...

October 19, 2017

CHS Celebrates Teen Reading Week

CHS Celebrates Teen Reading Week

This week Chapin High School celebrated Teen Reading Week. The Media Center hosted a different event during the week of October 9 through October...

October 13, 2017

  • Beta Club Leadership Summit Convention October 12, 2017
  • Fun Fall Festivities October 11, 2017

CSPN Sports

Chapin Sports Round-Up

Chapin Sports Round-Up

Morgan Donohue, Shelby Norris, Leslie Correll, Anna Remensnyder, Luke Layton, Laura Layton, Emma Hall, Anna Brock, and Alex Nelson

Chapin High School has much to celebrate as the fall sports season is well underway. Several teams have finished as region champions or are preparing to compete in state...

October 13, 2017No Comments

Our Back-2-Back State Champs

Our Back-2-Back State Champs

May 22, 2017

2017 Spring Sports Start Up

2017 Spring Sports Start Up

February 17, 2017

College Football Top Four Picks

September 12, 2016

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Features

When ID Is The Issue

When ID Is The Issue

Luke Layton

With the start of a new school year, also comes the beginning of new sets of rules, regulations, and an attempt to enforce them. This cycle is seen year after year, and Chapin ...

October 19, 2017

South Carolina State Fair 2017

South Carolina State Fair 2017

Kiley Hengeveld, Maddy Koons, and Alex Nelson

The 2017 South Carolina State Fair is starting up from October 11 to October 22. The Fair Grounds are downtown Columbia (1200 Rosewood Dr, Columbia). Bring your $5 in cas...

September 28, 2017

  • New School Food September 22, 2017
  • Welcoming New Teachers! September 8, 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

CHS Celebrates Teen Reading Week

CHS Celebrates Teen Reading Week

From Staff Reports

This week Chapin High School celebrated Teen Reading Week. The Media Center hosted a different event during the week of October 9 through October 12.  Events included a Read-in...

October 13, 2017No Comments

  • Parking Pass Panic May 19, 2017
  • A “Spring Break-down” April 6, 2017
  • Mock Trial State Experience March 23, 2017

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Staff Profile

Luke Layton

Sports Writer

Luke Layton is a Senior at Chapin High School. He writes mostly sports stories, and enjoys interviewing. Luke plays varsity tennis for Chapin.

Read all stories written by Luke Layton

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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