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Mind Game: Academic League Coach Sarah Mills Talks about the Team Sport

Mind Game: Academic League Coach Sarah Mills Talks about the Team Sport

Emily Farren, Reporter

February 3, 2017


Filed under Features, On-Campus, Showcase

“We compete as a team, we have a lot of team spirit and pride … we encourage each other, we practice to get better and we review mistakes that we made during matches and ways to get better,” Academic League Coach Sarah Mills said. While Academic League probably doesn’t come to mind when you...

Freshman Caitlyn Feddock Explains her Passion for Dance and her Struggle through Cancer

Freshman Caitlyn Feddock Explains her Passion for Dance and her Struggle through Cancer

Saryn Mandak and Mikaila Barker

January 12, 2017


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“It was just hard dancing [after undergoing treatments], from not being able to dance [for so long],”  freshman Caitlyn Feddock said when asked about her biggest struggle this year. A member of the Varsity Dance Team, Feddock has been dancing since she was 3 years old. “My mom put me into danc...

Christian Marseilles: Training the Next Generation of Musicians

Christian Marseilles: Training the Next Generation of Musicians

Mikaila Barker and Kaleigh Strong

January 11, 2017


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“I would like to pursue a career in teaching music, I think that would be really fulfilling. Other than [being] a professional musician, that would be my dream career.” Sophomore Christian Marseilles has been working at the San Diego Music Studio since 2015, teaching both guitar and ukulele to his ...

Devoted to Dance: the 2016 Winter Concert

Devoted to Dance: the 2016 Winter Concert

Amber Bacardi, Reporter

December 17, 2016


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Despite rising nerves, various CAHS performance teams worked hard to prepare for their upcoming Winter Concert. The Winter Concert, which took place on Dec. 16, is a highly anticipated event that involves a fun-filled evening of dancing the night away. Even though the night’s performances may ...

Cheaper by the Quindecaplet

Cheaper by the Quindecaplet

Brigid Ambuul, Reporter

December 16, 2016


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“Have you seen ‘Cheaper by the Dozen’?” “Yep.” “Thoughts?” “Us. Me. Same.” Sophomore Christina Jauregui is no novice to the trials and blessings that come with big family life. Don’t believe me? Let her 14 siblings speak for her. Which they do, constantly. “A l...

Giving Back: The CAHS Teacher Appreciation Instagram

Giving Back: The CAHS Teacher Appreciation Instagram

Danielle Pigeon, Reporter

December 15, 2016


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Let’s be honest. Sometimes we don't give teachers the credit they deserve. Junior Lauren Schulze created the Teacher Appreciation Instagram (@teacherseries) to change that.   With all the amazing positivity that the account brings, you might be surprised that the account was actually the result of...

Horsing Around: Sophomore Sydney Geffeney Shares Her Equestrian Experiences

Horsing Around: Sophomore Sydney Geffeney Shares Her Equestrian Experiences

Emily Farren, Reporter

December 15, 2016


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When asked how she got involved with her equestrian sport, sophomore Sydney Geffeney said, “I wanted to ride horses ever since I was little and … I found out [that in] eventing you get to jump a lot.” Geffeney performs eventing—a combination of dressage (horse dancing), event jumping and c...

Thyme for a Change

Thyme for a Change

Rebecca McCain and Alex Parker

December 14, 2016


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The Environmental Club, started by President and junior Adaly Tapia, is a group that meets every Thursday during lunch in Mr. Van Sickle’s room. Members discuss issues relating to the well-being and preservation of the environment to discuss problems the environment faces and figure out steps st...

Homecoming Reactions and Proposals

Homecoming Reactions and Proposals

MJ Macias and Amy Fulton

November 4, 2016


Filed under Features, On-Campus

During the weeks before Homecoming, the majority of the school grew excited as they pondered the thoughts of homecoming dates. As we walk through the halls, we notice more and more flowers and posters being handed out to one another, and we see students all around campus blush to the sudden question ...

The Extraordinary Ordinary: Receptionist Bethany Montgomery on Her New Position at Classical

The Extraordinary Ordinary: Receptionist Bethany Montgomery on Her New Position at Classical

Anastasia Reimann, Editor in Chief

September 9, 2016


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It’s the beginning of another school year, with all the typical things the new school year entails. Laughter and chattering echo down the hallways, students wander to classes in sleep-induced hazes of oblivion and teachers welcome new classes and try to learn new names. This is just another wave in th...

Icing on the Cake

Icing on the Cake

Beth Schloeder, Reporter

June 4, 2016


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For sophomore Emma Davis, baking has been a part of her life for almost as long as she can remember. “I’ve been in the kitchen since I was three,” Davis said. In the time since then, her interest in it has developed from a hobby to a considered profession. “I’ve always wanted to keep ba...

Going Through the Motions: Jessica Johanson

Going Through the Motions: Jessica Johanson

Lydia Oven, Reporter

June 2, 2016


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While not many people might be able to guess it, freshman Jessica Johanson is an avid signer. She began learning American Sign Language (ASL) when she was in second grade and has been doing it ever since. “Sign language … has this beauty to it,” said Johanson. “All languages have their own beauty,...

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