The Scroll

Girls’ Tennis wins 3-2 in opening of Gordon R. Wright Tennis Complex

Edwin Sam

August 30, 2012

By Edwin Sam '13, Sports Section Editor Throughout the summer, noisy drills were humming and sturdy hammers were banging in preparation for the new courts that would host a grueling 2012 Girls’ tennis season. In the openi...

HUMOR: A real CCDS curriculum guide, written by students for students

Holly Dayton

April 23, 2012

Compiled by Holly Dayton ’13. Written by Holly Dayton '13, Lens Section Editor; Caroline Gentile ’13, News Section Editor; Annie Nesbitt ’13, Arts and Entertainment Section Editor; Shashank Jejerikar ’13, Co...

Students spend summer in foreign language immersion programs

Kathryn Black

September 16, 2010

By Holly Dayton ’13, Contributor From international programs to those right in Ohio’s backyard, some CCDS students spent a full month of their summer practicing and growing more proficient in either French or Spanish. Will...

Varsity girls tennis off to hot start, expects promising post-season runs

Jules Cantor

August 30, 2010

By Meg Lazarus '13, Contributor The small but spirited group of varsity girls tennis players has amassed some notable early season accomplishments. The team stands at 2-1 with a 5-0 victory over Turpin and a 3-2 win against Mariemont....

Tribal Philanthropic Board focuses on micro-enterprising

Haleigh Miller

April 14, 2010

By Adriana Ungerleider, '12, Contributor Micro-enterprising, grant-writing, service learning, and fund-raising?  Say what? In case you’ve caught a case of ubiquitous spring-break amnesia, the CCDS Tribal Philanthropic board...

Lazarus reflects on her presidency

Allison Lazarus

January 28, 2010

By Margaret Lazarus, ’13, Contributor Last year, I was elected freshman class president. I felt that I differentiated myself from the other worthy candidates because I expressly didn’t promise anything in my speech.  I felt...

Meg Lazarus voyages to Panama

Jayne Caron

September 15, 2009

By Meg Lazarus, ’13, Contributor Before my visit to Panama this past summer with CCDS, I wrote down three key things: Be prompt, don’t over pack and prepare yourself for a completely different culture!  We all learned that...

Bookends Part 1: Lazarus sisters on attending high school together

Megan Bonini

September 15, 2009

By Meg Lazarus, ’13, Contributor Having a senior as a sibling in the Upper School definitely gives you a unique perspective. My sister is Allison Lazarus, ’10. I appreciated her advice on what to expect and on time manageme...