The Scroll

Ten seniors named National Merit Semifinalists

Amanda Young

September 15, 2010

By Amanda Young '11, Co-Edior-in-Chief Ten members of the Class of 2011 have been named National Merit Semifinalists. The Semifinalists make up 18.9 percent of this year's seniors, the highest percentage of Semifinalists in any...

Upper School surprises many new students by stepping away from preconcieved ideas

Haleigh Miller

September 11, 2010

By Annie Nesbitt '13, Contributor This year, the Upper School has 25 new students: 20 freshmen and five sophomores. These students come from 41 different zip codes, with some switching from other schools in the area, and some...

Increase in choir sign-ups leads to creation of second class

Rebecca Miller

September 8, 2010

By Annie Nesbitt '13, Contributor This year saw such a dramatic increase in interest in choir that a second class, Choir Lab, is being offered during B bell, in addition to the traditional A Bell Choir. The two choirs consist...

Seniors face no priviledges first semester

Haleigh Miller

September 8, 2010

By Cassie Sachs '13, Contributor This year, seniors at CCDS have been frustrated by the possibility that their much anticipated senior privileges will be withheld until second semester. Stephanie Luebbers, Upper School Head,...

Many find changes to the Student Handbook unnecessary or confusing

Haleigh Miller

September 8, 2010

By Sophie Weinstein '13, Contributor This fall, the CCDS administration has implemented some changes to the Student Handbook including the return of the "collar under sweater" rule. Many students feel this was an unfair change...

CCDS freshmen surviving, so far…

Haleigh Miller

September 2, 2010

By Haleigh Miller '12, News Section Editor As they walk through the doors, their eyes tend to grow larger. Some suddenly begin to perspire, shake, or silently swear. For many students just coming into the ninth grade, high school...

Missing computers still missing

Haleigh Miller

September 2, 2010

By Avery Maier ’13, News Editor. Toshiba  only sent CCDS 41 of the 176 tablet computers that were ordered earlier this summer. In fact, most of the computers the school ordered to arrive on August 7 had not even been manufactured...

New chemistry teacher joins US faculty

Haleigh Miller

August 31, 2010

By Sally Portman ’13, Contributor. This year, Audra Jenkins will join the CCDS Upper School Science Department as a chemistry teacher. Mrs. Jenkins moved to Cincinnati from Denver, Colorado and said she is excited to join...

Treasured teachers Mrs. Rockwell and Mrs. Menter bid adieu to CCDS

Haleigh Miller

June 19, 2010

By Rebecca Miller '12, A&E Section Editor As the 2009-2010 school year ended, CCDS said good-bye to two teachers that have inspired countless students to reach higher and dream bigger than they thought they could. Together,...

New teachers to join Upper School faculty

Haleigh Miller

June 7, 2010

By Haleigh Miller, '12, News Section Editor In the coming 2010-2011 school year, two new teachers will join the Upper School faculty, Mrs. Mary Zimmerman and Mr. John Graves. Both are CCDS alumni, and will be great additions...

Upper Schoolers garner awards

Amanda Young

June 3, 2010

By The Scroll Staff At this year's Upper School Awards Ceremony on June 3, select students were recognized for their scholastic, artistic, extracurricular and athletic achievements. Below are the recepients of the honors that...

Life after CCDS: Where is the class of 2010 heading to college?

Amanda Young

June 2, 2010

By Amanda Young, '11, Co-Editor-in-Chief As the 2009-2010 school year comes to an end, it is time for the class of 2010 to move on to the next stage in their life. However, they will be fondly remembered at CCDS. Next year, the gr...