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The Wolfpacket

The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

CHS grad documents dire day: The Insurrection  captured in photos

CHS grad documents dire day: The Insurrection captured in photos

Carrie Anne Little, Reporter June 27, 2022

On January 6, 2021, Claremont High School 2011 graduate Amanda Andrade-Rhoades found herself putting her life on the line documenting one of the biggest historical events of the 21st century. Over a year...

Batman walking across the central quad
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SATIRE: The mysterious Batman fights local crime at CHS hallways

David Begazo, Co-Opinions Editor May 6, 2022

Across the country, crime is on the rise, especially in Claremont High School, where students frequently litter, disrespect teachers, and cheat on tests. It is a place in need of saving and only one man...

Planned structure for affordable housing in Claremont
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Affordable Housing in Claremont

Lorenzo Cano, Reporter May 6, 2022

Claremont has long been known for its liberal ideals — or at least that is the consensus. However, many Claremont residents feel few moves have been made to fit these supposed ideals. Many hope that...

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New changes to the CHS curriculum to be implemented 2022-24

Isabelle Shie and Mayo Ou May 6, 2022

With the semester soon to conclude, returning students have chosen their courses for next year. With a new year comes new courses to be added and new syllabi for teachers to write. However, this time around,...

Californias future of immigration

Carson Paul, Reporter May 6, 2022

On a path to better life, they travel through deserts void of civilization and cities full of crime, leaving homes now overcome with violence and inhospitality. Going through crucibles and the worry of...

Ms. Clara Dehmer has played a crucial role in administration at Claremont High School.

Farewell, Ms. Dehmer

Lucas Grannis, Reporter May 6, 2022

Clara Dehmer has been an administrator in the CUSD district for the past fourteen years. She oversees student discipline, attendance, and the students around campus. She started working in the CUSD district...

SATIRE: Dr. Brett OConnor student center bound to be demolished

SATIRE: Dr. Brett O’Connor student center bound to be demolished

Isabelle Shie, Reporter April 1, 2022

There really is only one young, built, and alluring establishment on the CHS campus that the students all know and love. The Dr. Brett O’Connor Student Center stands proudly in the middle of the school,...

SATIRE: Wordle to replace the SAT

Melina Tisopulos, Assistant News Editor April 1, 2022

In January, College Board announced that the SAT would be undergoing significant reform, most prominently including shifting to an online format. Many assumed the test itself would remain virtually the...

SATIRE: Guilty Accomplice Rats Out The Rat Rascal

Meghan Mason, Assistant Editor-In-Chief April 1, 2022

In early March, the Wolfpacket received secret intel from a trusted informant that the beloved Dr. Brett O’Connor Student Center had a rodent infestation. Because the information came from a rat within...

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SATIRE: Carti 400 insurrection

Carson Paul, Reporter April 1, 2022

To have a school concert would be stupid, to host a school concert in a boys bathroom would be more stupid, and to host a school concert in a boys bathroom while cops were on the premesis would just be…...

Beloved Wolfcast hosts Mercer Weis and Viraj Urkudey are dedicating the rest of their lives to remaining Wolfcast hosts...on free will of course...
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SATIRE: Wolfcast Hosts Never to Say “Bye Pack” Again

Lucas Grannis, Reporter April 1, 2022

Mercer Weis will not go to Stanford! And yes, you read that right. You are probably very confused right now, because unless you live under a rock, you have probably heard that CHS’ beloved Wolfcast host...

SATIRE: Doctor O’ Connor steps down from being principal to pursue acting career

Anna Jiang, Reporter April 1, 2022

March 13th: Dr. Brett O’ Connor announced that he would no longer be the principal of Claremont High School after making the decision to pursue his lifelong dreams of becoming an actor. Shockingly,...

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