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Improv Night

Danielle Weston, Reporter

February 23, 2015

Goblet-tipping goblins, mistaking a whale for an island, taking a bus ride with a psycho dentist and murderous space aliens killing moon landers—all performances played a part in CAHS’ Improv Night directed by senior Jonathan Norwood.   With the help of the Improv Club, Norwood put o...

Career Day speakers show off their skills

Olivia Jolley, Reporter

February 20, 2015

Career Day, which took place on February 20th, gave students the opportunity to listen to numerous speakers describe their careers. “I found it interesting that we were able to talk to people who were in a career that we might want to pursue later on. I think career day is an amazing [opportuni...

CAHS shines with its successful Glow Dance

CAHS shines with its successful Glow Dance

Micah Summers, Reporter

February 1, 2015

Our school’s long-advertised Glow Dance began yesterday, January 30, at 7:00 PM. Posters and cohort announcements advertised the event as a casual dance featuring black-lights, prompting students to wear neon and white clothing. “The Glow Dance was pretty awesome, I have to say,” freshm...

Holiday concert

Holiday concert

Ama Bonsu, Reporter

December 15, 2014

It’s that time of the year. Fall has once again faded away into winter, leaving behind its hot, muggy weather in exchange for cooler climates. Holiday spirits are high. Gingerbread cookies have been baked and burnt; Starbucks’ Peppermint mochas sipped. Candy canes, nutcrackers and christmas trees...

“Freshman for a Day” prepares excited middle schoolers

“Freshman for a Day” prepares excited middle schoolers

Micah Summers, Reporter

November 21, 2014

The initiative event “Freshman for a Day” annually gathers pre-Caiman eighth graders at Classical Academy High School, where ASB greets the assembly with an array of games and presentations. The event began at 9:00 a.m., but early attenders huddled in small groups, eyeing what buildings and ...

Dancing, dedication, and devotion

Dancing, dedication, and devotion

Jamie Brown, Reporter

November 17, 2014

For those who prefer to express themselves through actions rather than words, dancing can be a great outlet. “A lot of the time I have trouble verbally conveying the way I feel about things, and then I can kind of tell someone that through the way I move,” said junior Ally Rose. Rose began dancing...

Costumed characters stroll and bowl

Costumed characters stroll and bowl

Abel Siemens and Jakob Woo-Ming

November 10, 2014

ESCONDIDO — With the thoughts of candy and parties fresh in everyone’s minds, students took time during lunch to gather in the quad area of the campus for festivities. Participation in a pumpkin bowling and a fashion contest on October 31, a Friday, set the mood for everyone’s Halloween fun. The...

Transformer Shut Down

Transformer Shut Down

Danielle Weston, Reporter

October 30, 2014

With midterms on the horizon, students scrambled to cram in some last minute studying. If only they had an extra day. With only one day some students wished for a miracle and a break. Late Monday afternoon, the fire alarm alerted the local fire department that a transformer, which provides power...

Dressed to impress

Dressed to impress

Olivia Jolley, Reporter

October 23, 2014

  Homecoming spirit week – four days full of costumes and mayhem – rallied the students before the homecoming game and dance. Throughout the week, students dressed up and let their creative sides loose. While some played it safe, donning t-shirts from their favorite plays, others went all out wi...

“Newsies” inspired flash mob dazzles students during lunch

“Newsies” inspired flash mob dazzles students during lunch

October 22, 2014

ESCONDIDO – On Thursday, October 16, 2014, students were treated to a spontaneous dance performance during lunch. A flock of students flooded the courtyard, dancing to “Seize the Day” from the musical Newsies. The flash mob was organized by senior Chase McCarthy and freshman Daryl Goh. According to McCar...

A night in Manhattan

A night in Manhattan

Michaela Sanderson, Reporter

October 21, 2014

ESCONDIDO — On October 18,  580 students attended Classical Academy High School’s sixth annual homecoming dance. Since this year’s homecoming theme was “Midnight in Manhattan,” the room was decorated to look and feel like New York City. Decorations included miniature versions of the Broadway...

Red carpets and ribbons

Red carpets and ribbons

Matthew Roberts, Editor in Chief

October 13, 2014

ESCONDIDO - The red carpet came rolling out the door on Thursday, October 2, as hundreds of distinguished parents and guests entered the new campus for an exclusive banquet hosted by Classical Academy’s executive director, Cameron Curry. The extravagant dinner offered an expansive selection of food...

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