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Will Hansen
Last spring, Camas High School's Emma Villaluz committed to play volleyball for Oregon State University. She had a tremendous high school with the Papermakers, with several accolades to show for it. Villaluz is a two-time Greater St. Helens League Player [...]
Rosalind Hinchliff
As the dust settles in staff and students’ minds over the announcement that school will bump up to four days a week of in-person learning, more questions and concerns arise, pressing school leaders to quickly rebuild what school will look [...]
Emma Sanz
No Camas High School Senior imagined that the college tours they would take this year would be over a Zoom call, but that has become the new normal. As stressful as it all is to navigate, students and universities both [...]
Annika Nordwell
At the start of February, Discover Recovery, a substance abuse treatment center bought the Fairgate Estate near Dorothy Fox Elementary. It was a previous assisted living facility, now it's a 15-bed in-patient drug treatment facility. This in-patient facility has one [...]
Chase Muro
Many who know former Papermaker, Caden Koranda, understand that he carries a bucket of wonderful characteristics around with him that seems to rub off on everyone he interacts with. Koranda has always been the type of person to go out [...]
Rosalind Hinchliff
After many delays caused by the coronavirus, the 93rd Oscar ceremony will take place on Sunday, April 25th. Besides being the first Oscars taking in the palace in the midst of a pandemic, it is accompanied by many other firsts [...]
Will Hansen
About a year ago at this time, most foreign exchange students at Camas High School were sent home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They were unable to complete their American schooling in-person and missed out on several key high school [...]
Camasonian Staff
Just as the students and staff of Camas High School were getting acclimated to the new hybrid schedule after a turbulent start, a new set of CDC rules were put into play. This means the mostly empty hallways of CHS [...]
Chase Muro
The name Kemp is legendary in the girl's soccer program at Camas High School. Madison Kemp is a former three-time United Soccer Coaches All-American selection. She was also a part of CHS girl's soccer program who went on four consecutive [...]

Camasonian Staff
  March Madness is any basketball player's favorite time of the year! March Madness is the most famous basketball tournament in the world and is full of thrills and excitement. [...]
Ella Iavicoli
It is well known that teenagers in this generation are very reliant on technology. Many use it as their main source of entertainment, and the majority of teens identify with [...]
Isabelle Domenech
After almost a full year of remote learning, Camas High School students were finally allowed to transition to a hybrid model of learning. The groups of students are split into [...]
Keilee Siefer
Due to the recent loosening of COVID-19 restrictions in Washington state, restaurants in downtown Camas have started reopening indoor dining and services. They are now allowed to seat customers in [...]
An Bui
On March 14th, the 63rd annual Grammy Awards were broadcasted from Los Angeles with Trevor Noah as the host. Big names including BTS, Harry Styles, Dua Lipa, and more performed [...]
Will Hansen
The name Samodurov is legendary in both the boys and girls soccer programs at Camas High School. Zander Samodurov graduated from CHS in 2020 and took his soccer talents across [...]
Joshua Fernando
My senior year has been anything but ordinary so far. Attending classes online and submitting assignments remotely was a new experience for me as it was for many others. At [...]
Daisy Gooch
Schools around the nation are seeing drastic drops in student's grades, and increasing rates of anxiety and depression.  Over twenty students and teachers at Camas High school admitted that they [...]
Ella Iavicoli
On March 8th, Camas High School began its hybrid learning plan. Students in Cohort A attend school in-person on Mondays and Tuesdays and students in Cohort B attend on Thursdays [...]
Camasonian Staff
The COVID-19 pandemic has heavily affected the performing arts program at Camas High School. Choir and drama both rely heavily on in-person school for rehearsals and performances. The pandemic has [...]
Blake Harris
Camas went into quarantine about one year ago. In mid-March of 2020, Camas High School students entered a period of uncertainty, with many not sure what was going to happen [...]
Annika Nordwell
As school districts across Washington state are moving towards hybrid learning, lawmakers are proposing different solutions to lower the risk of COVID-19 transmission at school. Some of the proposals however [...]
Camasonian Staff
March 13th, 2020, it was Friday the thirteenth, the second trimester of the school year had been completed, and snow was an interesting surprise to the start of the weekend. [...]
Camasonian Staff
Recently, Camas High School has started sending their students back to school in their hybrid learning schedule. This has been a recent bonus for students in musical programs because they [...]
An Bui
As Advanced Placement Exams are approaching at Camas High School, many students and teachers are beginning to prepare for them. However, with the surge of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has [...]
Rosalind Hinchliff
As the pandemic has progressed, many Camas High School students have found themselves consuming more media than usual. Being confined to their house, and classes being online, has provided the [...]