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Teacher of the Year: An Astonishing Accomplishment

Teacher of the Year: An Astonishing Accomplishment

Joshua Pongco, Staff Writer

June 18, 2020

 It is 7:30 in the morning on a regular school day and zero period classes are just about to begin. The classroom is silent until the energetic 90’s music begins to play. In all of her radiance, the teacher with the iconic evergreen jacket and unforgettable blonde hair walks into the classroom. Her p...

In a World of Language

In a World of Language

Jacob Boyd, Staff Writer

June 1, 2020

While the world continues to make advancements in technology and society, communication and the diversity of language have become increasingly important. As students prepare for college and experiences beyond their own communities, they recognize the value of early exposure to world cultures. The world la...

Winter Formal Court Interview with Caleb Maffey

Winter Formal Court Interview with Caleb Maffey

Dulce Jurado and Dulce Jurado

February 3, 2020

Frontline: “How does it feel to be on court?” Caleb Maffey: “It’s pretty cool that I was chosen. I was super surprised when I first heard that I was on it, but I’m proud to be. Thank you to all those who nominated me.” FL: “What clubs are you part of?” CM:“I’m a part of V...

Winter Formal Interview with Melissa Tea

Winter Formal Interview with Melissa Tea

Daphne Marsters, Staff Writer

February 3, 2020

Frontline: How does it feel to be on court? Melissa Tea: “It’s amazing. I’m really surprised, actually, and I really appreciate everyone who nominated me.” FL: What clubs are you a part of? MT: “I am a part of FASE and VSA.” FL: What are your thoughts on the theme? MT: “I thin...

Winter Formal Court Interview with La’Shawn Thompson

Winter Formal Court Interview with La'Shawn Thompson

Melissa Tea, Online Manager/Staff Writer

February 3, 2020

Frontline: How does it feel to be on court? La’Shawn Thompson: “It’s exciting to know that I was nominated.” FL: What clubs are you a part of? LT: “Black Student Union.” FL: What are your thoughts on the theme? LT: “It’s definitely different and interesting.” FL: What i...

Winter Formal Court Interview with Dulce Sanchez

Winter Formal Court Interview with Dulce Sanchez

Melissa Tea, Online Manager/Staff Writer

February 3, 2020

Frontline: How does it feel to be on court? Dulce Sanchez: “When I was informed that I was on the court, I felt nervous but very joyful at the same time.” FL: What clubs are you a part of? DS: “I’m the president of MECHA and CIA (Catholics in Action).” FL: What are your thoughts on the them...

Winter Formal Interview with Isabella Perez

Isabella Perez

Ashley Lewis, Social Media Manager

February 3, 2020

Frontline: “How does it feel to be on the court?” Isabella Perez: “To me, it feels like a great honor to be nominated for the court and I never expected it! It’s a very exciting time and I’m happy for all my fellow nominees.” FR: “What clubs are you apart of?” IP: “I’m a pa...

Winter Formal Court Interview with Jacob Rodriguez

Jacob Rodriguez

Ashley Lewis, Social Media Manager

February 3, 2020

Frontline: “How does it feel to be on the court?” Jacob Rodriguez: “Honestly it had to be a mistake, robotics boy making winter formal court.” FR: “What clubs are you apart of?” JR: “I’m the president of the city robotics team, founder of SHPE, and the founder of Academic Decathlon....

Winter Formal Court Interviews with Jason Hoang

Winter Formal Court Interviews with Jason Hoang

Daphne Marsters, Staff Writer

January 30, 2020

Frontline: How does it feel to be on court? Jason Hoang: “I guess I was surprised because I didn’t think that I would get that many submissions.” FL: What clubs are you a part of? JH: “I’m on board for Red Cross and Interact, and a couple others.”  FL: What are your thoughts on th...

Halloween Night Safety Tips

Daphne Marsters, Staff Writer

October 14, 2019

   Use the buddy system    Bring a flashlight    Look both ways before crossing a street    Know the route you’re taking    Wear comfortable walking shoes    Bring a sweater if needed    Never be afraid to call a trusted adult if something is wrong...

The best autumn activities in OC!

Mia Gutierrez, Staff Writer

October 9, 2017

Check out October festivities happening in OC!   One popular attraction for the fall season in the city of Orange is the paranormal tour, ‘Haunted Orange County.’ It is Southern California’s #1 source for Haunted entertainment. Night hikes take place in Black Star Canyon. Known as...

College Application To-Do List

College Application To-Do List

Mackenzie Watkins, Advertising Editor

November 16, 2015

Take the ACT/SAT: Most colleges require one or both of these tests to be considered for admission. Take these tests well before the application is due and make sure to sign up before the next test fills up. Pick your schools: Choosing a University is one of the hardest decisions for most high school Seniors. Con...

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