More Than A Coach: Varsity Baseball Players Remember Coach Sisler

More Than A Coach: Varsity Baseball Players Remember Coach Sisler

Danica Jordan, Editor in Chief

October 9, 2020

"He really cared about us as baseball players and as people too. ... Obviously, his job was to have success in the baseball program, but he also … was one of those guys who never specifically said anything to you that made you feel loved, but you just knew he did," alumnus Timothy Boshaw said. To many of...

Love is How We Heal

Jonah Staebell, Matthew Tillyer and Albert Pando pose at Hume Lake Summer Camps last summer.

Audrey Foltz, Editor in Chief

June 4, 2020

“Love is probably the biggest summary of how we all felt—we loved Jonah so much that it hurt us so much more. And that was just wrecking, because love isn’t always pretty,” James Duncan, best friend of Jonah Staebell, said. And the quarantine orders may be helping their healing too. “I’ve be...

High School Highlights from the Class of 2020

Senior Clare Otto dances with friends at their last Homecoming.

The Editorial Board

June 3, 2020

“One high school memory I hold very dear to my heart is when I saw the advanced drama show my freshman year, Julius Caesar set in outer space. I didn’t know anyone in theatre at the time, but I have such fond memories of sitting with my friend and watching the show. Looking back, it’s incredible...

Change Makers Advocates for Gun Safety in Schools

Change Makers Advocates for Gun Safety in Schools

Lexie Mann-Shomo, Reporter

March 19, 2020

According to Pew Research Center, 57 percent of teens say they are worried about the possibility of a shooting happening at their school, with one-in-four saying they are very worried. Every Thursday students assemble in Ms. Diane Taylor's classroom to discuss current events and ways their club, Cha...

Can We Kick College Loan Debt to the Curb?

Cartoon by Jessica Sather

Audrey Foltz, Editor in Chief

January 10, 2020

5 years of traveling the world. 3 Tesla Model 3s. 1 home in Pittsburgh, PA. Or 1 four year degree at a public in-state university. Since the 1980s “the cost to attend a university increased nearly eight times faster than wages,” according to Forbes. At this rate college will cease to be the tool...

Mr. Holz’s Literary Odyssey

Mr. Holz's Literary Odyssey

Jessica Sather, Reporter

November 1, 2019

For some, Monday home days at CAHS are a time to sleep in and work in pajamas. For others, they are an opportunity to cram in some additional academic enrichment by attending one of the various optional Monday classes. One such class is a Survey of Classical Literature, taught by Mr. Holz.   ...

The New Clubs at CAHS

The New Clubs at CAHS

Cameron Throgmorton, Reporter

October 11, 2019

The clubs here at CAHS are a substantial part of what makes our school special. There's something for everyone, whether you're into boardgames, art, or even making a change in the world we live in. Here is a showcase of some of the new clubs here at CAHS.   Marymee’s Literary Society President: Seth Brown ...

Valedictorian is to Salutatorian as Shivang Singh is to Christopher Tai

Haley Adams, Reporter

June 5, 2019

This year, seniors Shivang Singh and Christopher Tai take on the respective titles of valedictorian and salutatorian. Earning this achievement requires a good deal of academic prowess―and along the way, they have found a few key factors for study success. For Singh and Tai, time management was among ...

French Club: A Great Way To Improve French Skills

Photo by Zoe Giammaria

Zoe Giammaria, Reporter

May 31, 2019

Every Thursday in Madame Sarah Mills’ classroom, a French Club comes together to read, speak and overall, learn more about french. The club was developed by the president, junior Grace Carlson, and her Vice President, junior Ethan Aroco. “We wanted to continue learning french even though there wasn...

Opportunity: Coach Jon Goodman On His Departure from Classical Academy

Photo courtesy Mr. Jon Goodman

Brigid Ambuul, Content Editor

May 29, 2019

It was just after spring break that the rumors started floating around. Coach Goodman was leaving the school next year — leaving to lead the football team at none other than longtime CAHS rival Escondido Charter. Some weeks later, Mr. Jon Goodman— known by most students simply as “Coach”...

Audio Visual Club

Photo credit Trinity Mak.

Trinity Mak, Reporter

May 21, 2019

The members of Audio Visual Club work behind the scenes at school events including assemblies, concerts, and plays. The club controls the lighting, sound, filming, and photography. Mr. Williams is the advisor of Audio Visual Club. The members of the club are: Caleb Hurbon, Elliot Pak, Aaron Throgmort...

FCA: Fellowship At Its Finest

Photo credit Sydnie Ager.

Sydnie Ager, Reporter

May 17, 2019

At CAHS, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, or FCA for short, is one of the larger clubs on campus. Students gather on Thursdays to listen to guest speakers, play games like Kahoot and eat pizza or other snacks. While members get to participate in an array of fun events, FCA does more than just offer...

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