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Hundreds of teenagers raise their hands in the air and dance to the latest pop songs. With the goal of preventing inappropriate dancing, a new wristband rule was enforced this year.

A night in Manhattan

The sixth annual CAHS homecoming dance proves best yet
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...

Students and faculty put on a welcoming, antique atmosphere for guests as they enter the new campus. The greeters went out of their way to make the attendees feel part of an exclusive red carpet event while keeping a “retro” feel with the evening. Photo taken by Matthew Roberts

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...

Math teacher Mr. Stephenson said that the biggest improvement is going to be

CAHS moves into the old North County Times building

Jamie Brown, Reporter October 6, 2014

Escondido - On September 26, 2014, Classical Academy High School made the official transition into the old North County Times building. The new school is all under one roof, meaning students no longer...

Seniors Chase McCarthy, Jessica Jolley, and Kolbe Schanzenbach and junior Danny Miller take part in a skit written by Noah Castillero. McCarthy said,

Apples smashed and homecoming court “sashed”

Olivia Jolley, Reporter October 6, 2014

Escondido - Hordes of boisterous CAHS students poured into the Boys & Girls Club gymnasium on September 25, 2014. At the homecoming assembly, ASB announced spirit week dress-up days, the royal court,...

Sophomore Audrey Vernier performs an original song at the Open Mic at Kettle Coffe & Tea in Escondido. Many students came that day to hang out and listen to songs and poetry.

The sound of Kettle

Michaela Sanderson, Reporter October 1, 2014

ESCONDIDO — An assortment of people and the smell of coffee fill Kettle Coffee & Tea in downtown Escondido on a daily basis. Locals know of this little shop due to its drinks and pastries, as well...

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