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The Science Guys: A look at teachers Andrew Segina and David Bower

The Science Guys: A look at teachers Andrew Segina and David Bower

Orion Lenz, Video Manager

February 10, 2016


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In the more obscure corner of the science department, Mr. David Bower and Mr. Andrew Segina serve as connoisseurs of scientific observation and logical methodology. Popping into one of their classrooms causes any prospective student to take a step back and stare in intrigue at the collection of gradu...

Improved by Improv: An Interview with Nick Lux

Improved by Improv: An Interview with Nick Lux

Alex Redd, Reporter

February 4, 2016


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Imagine having to create an entire story off the top of your head with no script and only a single suggestion to use as inspiration. Sounds absolutely terrifying, right? Well, for sophomore Nick Lux, this intimidating endeavor is nothing more than an exciting pastime he describes as “unscripted dram...

An 18 Hour Difference

An 18 Hour Difference

Gage Auge, Reporter

January 30, 2016


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Former CAHS sophomore Phoebe Hatten is no stranger to uprooting her life and moving internationally. In 2008, Phoebe’s family up and moved from their homeland of Queensland, Australia to the United States of America. Now they’ve done the move all over again—in reverse. Presently, they are living...

Homegrown Charity: Audrey Vernier and her Organization

Homegrown Charity: Audrey Vernier and her Organization

Grace Davis, Reporter

January 28, 2016


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Upon discovering a shortage of funds in homeless shelters in San Diego, junior Audrey Vernier had to do something. The summer before her sophomore year, Vernier founded her own charity called Joymail. Vernier’s passion to help others keeps her going.  “I have a heart for people,” she said. Jo...

A Twinspiration

A Twinspiration

Aubree DeLaVara, Reporter

November 19, 2015


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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a twin? Well, sophomores Alexa and Grace can tell you! Although twins aren’t anything new to Classical Academy, Alexa and Grace are quite unique: not only are they identical, but they're what you call “mirror twins.” Identical twins are two people ...

Mojalé Arnold: Something in the Way She Moves

Mojalé Arnold: Something in the Way She Moves

Lauren Crane, Reporter

November 6, 2015


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In high school, everyone has their niche. You know, the choir kids have their recitals. Cheerleaders have their football games. Members of Academic League meet to prepare for matches. For senior Mojalé Arnold, her niche is contemporary dance. It’s an activity that has become quite routine for her...

Michael “Telles” us his novelistic story

Michael “Telles” us his novelistic story

Megan Oakes, Reporter

November 5, 2015


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Most students, after getting out of school for the summer, prefer to take some time to relax and decompress from the stress of school. Sophomore Michael Telles had other plans. Just days after his freshman year ended, he started writing what would turn out to be a 400 page book about a fantasy w...

Exuberant and Eloquent: Senior Megan Levi discusses Speech and her future

Exuberant and Eloquent: Senior Megan Levi discusses Speech and her future

Crystal Sung, Reporter

November 3, 2015


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“I love music...and the arts...I love improvisational comedy, poetry, [and] God,” says senior Megan Levi, exuding energy and enthusiasm. Megan Levi, also known as Megatron, Green Megs and Ham or simply Meg, is a senior at CAHS with a keen sense of purpose, as shown in her participation on the CAH...

Students Share the Stories Behind Their Shoes

Lydia Oven, Reporter

October 1, 2015


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 When was the last time you noticed the shoes someone was wearing? When was the last time you asked about their shoes? Shoes might be overlooked as merely a necessity of the day’s outfit, but some shoes can provide insight into the lives of the wearers. “I like to show off my sense of style,”...

CAHS receives first installment to Graduates’ Hall

CAHS receives first installment to Graduates’ Hall

Jamie Brown and Micah Summers

September 4, 2015


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Last year, the CAHS student body found themselves wandering across unknown hallways and corridors with the completion of its $25 million dollar building. The space, so large and unfamiliar, warranted a day of school specifically for figuring out where to see old teachers and find new classrooms. The...

2014-2015 Yearbook Comments and Critiques Thread

2014-2015 Yearbook Comments and Critiques Thread

Journalism Staff

June 4, 2015


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Post comments and criticisms of the 2015 Chronicle yearbook here!

Sophomore Elizabeth Poling dedicates her days to ice-skating, spending hours on the ice

Sophomore Elizabeth Poling dedicates her days to ice-skating, spending hours on the ice

Olivia Jolley

June 3, 2015


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Poling’s love for skating can be traced back to elementary school. “I started skating around fourth or fifth grade. There were free [skating] lessons so I started to do it and then I really got into it and got a private coach,” Poling said. Poling receives the support needed to excel at her...

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