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Out with the old and in with the new: Sophomores forgo honors to take on AP

Will Furnberg, Features Editor

September 19, 2014

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New school year brought around the option for sophomores to take a college-level course for the first time. While juniors and seniors routinely took these types of classes, sophomores were introduced to the whole new world of...

From hearing to deaf: Students see sign language in a new perspective

Hannah Furnberg, Features Editor

May 28, 2014

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Take a moment. Are the birds chirping outside, the siblings laughing in the family room, a dog barking in the car, the fans cheering at a baseball game? No. There is only silence. In order to practice signing ASL, as well as to...

Up all night till the sun: Seniors spend the day at Grad Nite

Kendall Hicks, Copy Editor

May 28, 2014

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Seniors and their guests of choice made the long trip up to Anaheim to the Happiest Place on Earth for Grad Nite 2014 Saturday, May 17 through 18. Spending the night at the annual event at Disneyland, the seniors were able to...

Oh the places you’ll go! Here’s where the seniors are headed

Jessie Brooks, Editor-in-Chief/Opinions Editor

May 19, 2014

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As the year is wrapping up, and it’s already May, seniors know where they’re going next year. Here is a list of all the graduating seniors and which place they chose to spend at least the next year of their lives: Morgan...

Operation America Cares donates

May 14, 2014

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Starting May 12 and ending May 21, Operation America cares will be on campus collecting donations to send to troops overseas. The operation will be headed up by Janet Velte and her son Michael Velte (‘18). They will be raising...

A night of glamour and Gatsby: Prom 2014

May 12, 2014

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Bright lights of the glistening gold and white sternwheeler, decked out in 1920s style, lit up Mission Bay on the night of April 26 as juniors and seniors boarded the “Bahia Belle”. With swing dancing, modern music, and an...

Juniors explore Richard Nixon Memorial Museum, Library, and Birth place

Kendall Hicks, Copy Editor

April 29, 2014

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The junior class piled into the bus as they prepared to make the long journey up north to Yorba Linda to visit the Richard Nixon Library and Museum, Monday, April 21. Having a field trip the day after a relaxing and recharging...

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