What Will Happen to CAHS in the Purple Tier?

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December 11, 2020

On Saturday, Nov 14, the city of San Diego and San Diego County, went back into its purple tier. Many of us thought that there might be some hope that the Coronavirus would finally start to clear up and...

Making a Difference: CAHS Clubs Working to Better the Community

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November 17, 2020

There are a lot of intriguing clubs this year at CAHS. From COVID-inspired clubs to interest-based clubs, there is something for everyone. Among the many clubs offered, there are quite a few that are looking...

Outdoor Adventure Club – A Breath of Fresh Air

Outdoor Adventure Club - A Breath of Fresh Air
November 13, 2020

Despite having a mostly closed campus this semester, lots of new clubs have been started. One of these new clubs is the Outdoor Adventure Club, which is meant to bring students together to enjoy the beautiful...

How to Keep Yourself Occupied and Electronic Free

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November 3, 2020

During quarantine, some students have been glued to their phones, computers or Xboxes. But there are other ways you can use your time wisely besides video games and social media platforms.    Have...

Staying Connected: The Caiman Way

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October 28, 2020

Throughout quarantine, many students at CAHS have needed some way to stay connected with their friends. To continue socializing, students have been using video calls, chat groups, video game platforms,...

More Than A Coach: Varsity Baseball Players Remember Coach Sisler

More Than A Coach: Varsity Baseball Players Remember Coach Sisler
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...

Love is How We Heal

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

High School Highlights from the Class of 2020

Senior Clare Otto dances with friends at their last Homecoming.
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...

Change Makers Advocates for Gun Safety in Schools

Change Makers Advocates for Gun Safety in Schools
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...

Can We Kick College Loan Debt to the Curb?

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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...

Mr. Holz’s Literary Odyssey

Mr. Holz's Literary Odyssey
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...

The New Clubs at CAHS

The New Clubs at CAHS
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...

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