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  • Seniors Embrace a Haily Night
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    Seniors Embrace a Haily Night

    Gabby Salibo, Editor in Chief

    May 10, 2017

    Once again, the class of 2017 had an evidently unforgettable night. Forty seniors packed into the school bus for the annual grad night trip on May 6 to Disneyland. A tradition that goes back decades, each year promises new adventures and experiences, and this year was no exception. From long lines t...

  • Students recognize impactful teachers
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    Students recognize impactful teachers

    Gabby Salibo, Co-Editor in Chief

    March 30, 2017

    What makes a great teacher? Students and parents often find themselves asking that when looking for the best form of education. In today’s society, teaching is considered one of the most complicated jobs out there. Students here, and especially for those who are lifers, have grown as individuals throu...

  • Major funds raised: Auction was a success
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    Major funds raised: Auction was a success

    Gretchen Ferguson, Backpage Editor

    March 23, 2017

    The 27th annual auction was held last Saturday and packed shoulder-to-shoulder. Parents in attendance were treated to a special night, bidding on exciting items while being served by both students and teachers. The event was not only filled with familiar faces, but many first-timers as well. The au...

  • A community serving in Mexico
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    A community serving in Mexico

    Livie Trillizio, Staff Reporter

    March 4, 2017

    Over the first weekend of March, families, students, and teachers joined together for a mission trip to Tijuana, Mexico. Although it was just for a day, participants experienced a culture shift, volunteered on a service project, and shared moments with the children in the orphanage, Colina de Luz. ...

Seniors Embrace a Haily Night

Seniors Embrace a Haily Night

Gabby Salibo, Editor in Chief

Once again, the class of 2017 had an evidently unforgettable night. Forty seniors packed into the school bus for the annual grad night trip on May 6 to Disneyland. A tradition that goes back decades, each year promises new...

May 10, 2017No Comments

Forensics and firearms: seniors take shooting trip

Forensics and firearms: seniors take shooting trip

Heidi Swigart, Staff Reporter

The highlight of Kevin Colpean’s forensic science class was the shooting trip at the end of the year. A team of fifteen students and four teachers loaded up and headed to Big Bear to go shooting for the weekend.   ...

April 27, 2017No Comments

EngiNERDS strive for greatness

Saya Iki, Staff Reporter

The EngiNERDS have really flourished this year, proving that they are more than a small school engineering club. They recently competed in a local robotics tournament on Saturday, February 28. While the team was stil...

April 18, 2017No Comments

“Taste of Tri-City” Open House displays the best the school has to offer

Hannah Cote, Staff Reporter

The annual Open House is an opportunity for students, parents, and teachers alike to see the progress and accomplishments the students have made this far into the year. March 30 was a night that included performances from...

April 6, 2017No Comments

The Morp Massacre of 2017 and how ASB will recover

The Morp Massacre of 2017 and how ASB will recover

Gretchen Ferguson, Backpage Editor

Morp has consistently been a sleepless night full of exhausted and happy faces. Unfortunately, it was announced March 1, that the event would be completely scratched from the itinerary, and the next major school function ...

March 30, 2017No Comments

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And they’re off! Seniors commit to their colleges

Gabby Salibo, Editor in Chief

  Conor Russell Adamson Art Institute of California, San Diego Michael Vincent Bick University of California, Los Angeles Dylan Thomas Carter California Baptist University Seong Soon Choi University ...

May 24, 2017No Comments

  • Students opinion on the greatest football game of the season April 27, 2017
  • Are you down for the clique? April 20, 2017
  • Lent: what it is and why we celebrate it March 30, 2017
  • Predictions for The Last Jedi March 21, 2017

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Is it worth it to you?

Is it worth it to you?

Seth Sinclair, Staff Reporter

For those students wishing to go beyond the academic standards of high school, Advanced Placement (AP) classes give them that chance. These rigorous courses offer a sneak peek at what college classes ar...

May 4, 2017No Comments

How to be an employee

How to be an employee

April 20, 2017

Money making may seem merely impossible

Money making may seem merely impossible

April 6, 2017

Who is the next world’s Superpower?

Who is the next world’s Superpower?

March 30, 2017

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