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The Death of Queen Elizabeth II

The Death of Queen Elizabeth II

Editorial Board September 8, 2022

After 70 years on the throne, Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch passed away on the afternoon of Sept. 8th, 2022 at the age of 96. She had been placed on medical observation earlier...

From an Irate Senior to CAHS Administration: A Letter Concerning the 2022-2023 Phone Policy

From an Irate Senior to CAHS Administration: A Letter Concerning the 2022-2023 Phone Policy

Abby Love, Editor-In-Chief August 30, 2022

With every new school year come changes for students, teachers, and parents alike. Those changes could be necessary or unnecessary, and sometimes controversial. For the 2022-2023 school year, the CAHS...

ASB Election Recap

Maeve Giammaria and Emma Nash May 6, 2022

On April 22, 2022, ASB held an assembly in order to allow the student body to select people to fill next year’s student executive cabinet. The candidates took to the hallways to promote themselves for...

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AP Exams at CAHS to be Taken Primarily From Home

Danica Jordan, Editor in Chief February 23, 2021

For those curious about how their AP Tests are going to look this year, we now have an answer. CAHS has decided to go along with the College Board's "Administration 2" plan for testing, which means exams...

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What Will Happen to CAHS in the Purple Tier?

Sophia Wecker, Editor 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...

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What happened to Disneyland?

Sophia Wecker, Editor November 9, 2020

For many Disney Fans, pass holders or people who just enjoy going to Disneyland, I bet we are all missing the Disney magic. Some might wonder, what is going to happen to Disneyland? Or what has happened...

Mr. Holzs 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...

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...

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Green Eggs and Prom

Genevieve Larkin and Katherine Mosack, Reporters May 14, 2019

Even through the expected rain, upperclassmen didn’t let that distract them from doing their best to prepare for their Prom experience. This year, four students have their own prom-posal stories to tell. Junior...

Inside the Head of a Performer

Inside the Head of a Performer

Danica Jordan, Reporter May 1, 2019

At the Performing Arts Assembly on April 5, there were performances from many of the teams from Band to Cheer, and even a medley from Footloose. Although most were performing as a group, it's important...

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