The student news site of El Modena High School


The student news site of El Modena High School


The student news site of El Modena High School


El Mo News

Time to Jam at Elmo Jam!

Fernando Morales, Staff Writer May 2, 2023

On March 24th, several musicians came together to perform at our yearly Jam Night to demonstrate their talents to the community. This year's performers were bands such as Unagoons, ScumFiends, Last Minute,...

Wake Up and Smell the Coffee

Brandon Tran, Music Editor March 7, 2023

     Coffee Night is a school tradition here at El Modena in which students from our school perform acts of music and arts to our community as everyone enjoys a nice cup of coffee and basks...

ELMO JAM is Coming Soon!

ELMO JAM is Coming Soon!

Eleanor Tjoa, Fringe Editor March 7, 2023

   On March 24th, EMTV is hosting the iconic ELMO JAM, an event for students of all musical talents and different vendors of all products to display their art and work.    Three bands are performing...

The Wonders of FAFSA

Rafael Buenviaje, Staff Writer March 6, 2023

   Lurking both subconsciously and consciously in every student’s mind is one burning question: How am I going to pay for college? While some receive a helping hand from family, others are not as...

Tips From the Pro

Kristen Lamphier , Guest writer March 6, 2023

When I’m advising students on their college essays, one of the biggest issues is whether or not they  answer the prompt. Students  often mistake length for quality, and don’t answer the question...

Cal State, UC, or Private?

Jimena Ramirez, Staff Writer March 6, 2023

For those who are planning on attending college in the future, here are some guides to help you with your applications next year. You can apply to a college through their website, but it is generally recommended...

El Mo’s Choirs Take San Diego by Storm

Daniel Barragan, Op/Ed Editor March 6, 2023

   El Modena’s choir works hard to perform at their very best and it shows. Our choir is amazing at what they do and makes our school proud, which is exactly why they’re traveling down to San Diego...

Turn that tassel!

Jimena Ramirez, Staff Writer March 6, 2023

 For the class of 2023, graduation is upon us. Regardless of the year you graduate, all requirements go as followed. To graduate highschool you need to pass every class with a grade of D or higher. Remember...

Winter Assembly At Fred Kelly

Sam Astor, Staff Writer January 10, 2023

   On December 8, El Mo had its winter assembly at Fred Kelly Stadium, celebrating the winter sports starting up during this season. In the past, El Mo has done every assembly either in the outside...

Senior Goals

Jimena Ramirez, Staff Writer January 10, 2023

Frontline: “What are your goals after high school?” Kendall Armstrong: “I’m not sure what career I want in the future, but I definitely want to graduate from a four year university. My top choice...

Flea Market

January 9, 2023

Gia Santolalla Staff Writer    Once again, our ASB made another great event for the Vanguard Nation; our very first flea market. This is extremely important for the environment since flea markets...

Radium Girls

January 9, 2023

Gia Santolalla Staff Writer    Radium Girls, a beautifully crafted play, rehearsed for months leaving the actors restless, given to us to enjoy and to repeat in memory from its unbelievably well...

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