School Internet Censorship Impairs a Student’s Ability to Learn

School Internet Censorship Impairs a Student’s Ability to Learn

Rylie Pepper, Reporter
May 5, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Imagine you are in Study Hall attempting to excel in your studies by completing your homework. Suppose you come across a road block and find it imperative that you watch a lesson about the topic you are struggling with on YouTube. This pursuit of knowledge becomes immediately halted as the Internet barricad...

Elemental: Classical Academy’s 2017 Art Show

Elemental: Classical Academy’s 2017 Art Show

MJ Macias and Amy Fulton
May 4, 2017
Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

Performances and art pieces from students all across CAHS and TCA came together on April 23 to provide entertainment and cultural knowledge in the annual Art Show. The show’s theme this year was “Elemental”: earth, fire, water and air. To properly represent the theme, Study Hall’s pillars...

Computing His Future: Senior David Zhou Talks College and Beyond

Computing His Future: Senior David Zhou Talks College and Beyond

Skylar Todd, Reporter
May 4, 2017
Filed under Features, Showcase

With the closing of the May 1 college commitment deadline, many CAHS seniors have already made a final decision. Among this senior class is David Zhou, who will be majoring in computer engineering with a minor in computer science at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Zhou chose to major in comp...

Journalism Promo: An Introduction to the Class

Journalism Promo: An Introduction to the Class

Sierra Lagge, Reporter
April 27, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Videos

Join the 2017-18 Journalism Staff! If interested, contact Mrs. Corie Shields at [email protected]! https://youtu.be/VPVkX9UTm6s  

A Sneak ‘Peek’: Senior Elizabeth Peek Talks College Admissions and Beyond

A Sneak ‘Peek’: Senior Elizabeth Peek Talks College Admissions and Beyond

Skylar Todd, Reporter
April 19, 2017
Filed under Features, Showcase

While most high school students throw parties to kick off spring break or to celebrate their friend’s birthday, academically-driven senior Elizabeth Peek attended that “party last fall [where she and her friends] ate food and worked on [their] college essays.” Although Peek recalls working diligently dur...

California’s Sanctuary State Bill

California’s Sanctuary State Bill

Lindsey Keith, Reporter
April 18, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

California has proposed a new sanctuary state bill (SB-54) designed to strengthen protections for immigrants. SB-54 was initiated to “prohibit state and local law enforcement agencies from using resources to investigate, detain, [sic] report  or arrest persons for the purposes of immigration enforce...

Senior Kevin Mills Is 2016-17 Valedictorian

Senior Kevin Mills Is 2016-17 Valedictorian

Amber Bacardi, Reporter
April 5, 2017
Filed under On-Campus, Showcase

With finals, AP tests and college applications around the corner, it is hard not to just go through the motions of high school; however, there are some students whose efforts stand out from the crowd. Senior Kevin Mills is one of those students whose continuous dedication and diligence through the ups a...

Senior Kayla Vanderstoel Is 2016-17 Salutatorian

Senior Kayla Vanderstoel Is 2016-17 Salutatorian

Rebecca McCain, Reporter
April 4, 2017
Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

Throughout their high school careers, many students strive to keep up with various clubs, sports and other extracurricular activities, as well as maintaining good grades. Senior Kayla Vanderstoel is one example of a student who has blazed her way through high school, gaining the title of Salutatori...

Senior Makana Lynch Is 2016-17 Salutatorian

Alex Parker, Reporter
April 3, 2017
Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

High school can be a jungle, filled with various clubs, AP courses and stressful college applications. However, at the end of this long journey, the three senior students with the highest GPAs are selected to represent their class and, in speeches, reflect upon their experiences during the past four years. ...

Senior Boys Toss Around Jokes and Fried Chicken at Mr. CAHS 2017

Senior Boys Toss Around Jokes and Fried Chicken at Mr. CAHS 2017

Elizabeth Reimann, Reporter
March 28, 2017
Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

From throwing glitter out of fanny packs to eating fried chicken and reading poetry, Mr. CAHS was full of surprises. “I figured the objective of Mr. CAHS was just to watch a bunch of unprepared senior boys trying to do ridiculous things on the stage,” senior Trevor Clark said. Clark had the ho...

Senior Olivia Jolley Recognized for Her Artwork

Senior Olivia Jolley Recognized for Her Artwork

Lauryn Butler, Reporter
March 28, 2017
Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

On March 11, CAHS senior Olivia Jolley won the annual art show hosted by the Escondido Art Association. As part of the showcase, Jolley submitted three pieces of art and completed an essay. Jolley was ready to participate in the same showcase last year until she realized it was for seniors only. ...

Baking Club: the New Club on the Block

Baking Club: the New Club on the Block

Amy Fulton, Reporter
March 21, 2017
Filed under Features, Showcase

You may not know, but there is a club on campus dedicated to eating and talking about baked goods. Every Wednesday during lunch, food enthusiasts meet in Mr. Derek Montgomery’s room to exchange recipes and eat treats based on that week’s theme. Baking Club is relatively new on campus. Junior Emma Da...

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