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An ACEing Autism clinic (photo courtesy of Anna Catherine Henley).

ACEing Awareness: Tennis Becomes More Than Just a Game for Those with Autism

Written By Virginia Troutman May 9, 2018

Anna Catherine Henley, the Charlotte Latin student director '19, recalled one of her experiences coaching a participant in the ACEing Autism program and the impact her mentorship has had on one young child....

The Senior Issue

The Senior Issue

Written By Bailey Nemirow and Lilly Omirly May 4, 2018

Photo courtesy of The Hill

Sex Ed at Latin: The Past, Present, and Future

Written By Emma Gerden May 1, 2018

Sex education at school is always a touchy subject, and often there are tensions surrounding it. A number of things come into play, including politics, family values and the state law. There are multiple...

Veronica Leahy on the Steven Colbert Show (all photos courtesy of Veronica)

Veronica Leahy, Latin’s Jazz Extraordinaire

Written By Emma Gerden March 1, 2018

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard at least a little bit about Veronica Leahy, the talented Charlotte Latin musician who specializes in jazz. The past few months she’s...

Photo Courtesy Charlotte Latin School

How Mass Shootings Affect Latin

Written By Emma Gerden December 7, 2017

The impact of the recent mass shootings echo around America; according to the Gun Violence Archive, in 2017 alone there have been 328 mass shootings in the United States. Even if these events seem isolated...

St. Paul School, photo courtesy of Vanity Fair

From Latin to Boarding School

Written By Charley Denny November 21, 2017

Many students come to Latin and immediately love the opportunities offered. However, change can be a good thing, and some students want to try a new school. Boarding school seems to be a popular solution....

Photo Courtesy Anna Catherine Henley

The Power of Service

Written By Virginia Troutman November 18, 2017

  "Service is giving up your time and effort to help others. It's really that simple," Mallory Evans ‘18 said.   There are thousands of reasons why someone might begin to engage in community...

Whats Up with the Library?

What’s Up with the Library?

Written By Madison Sellers November 17, 2017

Many students have probably noticed some distinct changes in the Charlotte Latin library this year. The group tables were separated, charging phones is no longer allowed and the Middle School got their...

Photo curtesy of Waverly

Waverly Plaza in South Charlotte

Written By Emma Gerden November 16, 2017

A new plaza named Waverly recently opened just minutes away from Charlotte Latin, housing a number of shops and restaurants. What used to be acres of construction is now smoothed streets and new stores....

Photo Courtesy Tony Liu 19

Words Matter Open Mic

Written By Ellie Perrigo November 15, 2017

For the last 15 years, English teacher Richard Harris has provided Upper School students the opportunity to participate in open mic readings and to participate in The Scholastic Writing Competition.  This...

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How Kneeling Revealed Charlotte Latin’s Need for Civil Discourse

Written By Chiara Evans November 13, 2017

“Oh, say can you see,” the first words of the national anthem blare through the stadium, a proud banner stretches across a manicured field, and the sound of the seats collapsing together rings as people...

Best of Spirit Week

Best of Spirit Week

Written By Chiara Evans and Charley Denny November 3, 2017


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