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CAHS receives first installment to Graduates’ Hall

CAHS receives first installment to Graduates’ Hall

Jamie Brown and Micah Summers

September 4, 2015

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...

Should you wait?

Should you wait?

Caroline Holmes and Olivia Jolley

June 7, 2015

On Tuesday, May 19, former Classical Academy parent, Leslie Salazar-Carrillo, gave a presentation that discussed the physical, emotional and relational aspects of sex. Approximately 30 students attended during lunch. The presentation covered the way the media influences our wants, claiming movies...

Hey, you: A Farewell to the Class of 2015

Hey, you: A Farewell to the Class of 2015

Ama Bonsu, Reporter

June 4, 2015

Hey, you — yes, you. Guess what? You survived. High school — it’s over.  Four years of homework, of late nights and early mornings — of coffee instead of sleeping and Netflix instead of studying — are done. We are done. No more stressing about SAT scores and AP testing. No more senior project...

2014-2015 Yearbook Comments and Critiques Thread

2014-2015 Yearbook Comments and Critiques Thread

Journalism Staff

June 4, 2015

Post comments and criticisms of the 2015 Chronicle yearbook here!

Ordinary to Extraordinary: Classical Academy High School’s first annual art festival

Ordinary to Extraordinary: Classical Academy High School’s first annual art festival

Sierra Lagge and Sabina Hahn

April 28, 2015

ESCONDIDO, CA — Despite the heavy rainfall on Saturday evening, Classical Academy High School buzzed with activity during its first annual art festival. Students from CAHS and its sister schools —The Classical Academy (TCA), Coastal Academy, Classical Academy Vista, and the Classical Acad...

Nunc coepi! Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers inspires CAHS

Nunc coepi! Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers inspires CAHS

Jakob Woo-Ming, Reporter

April 24, 2015

When asked if he’s excited to play for the Titans, Rivers asserted that he’s “excited to play for the Chargers!”

Academic assembly honors diligent students

Academic assembly honors diligent students

Matthew Roberts, Editor in Chief

April 18, 2015

ESCONDIDO — On April 17, the student body slowly progressed en masse toward Caiman Hall. The occasion: To celebrate the academic achievements of fellow pupils. Following second period, many students ran into an initial surprise: the inexplicable presence of bubble wrap paving the floor. This proved...

Choir Concert

Choir Concert

Cade Lembeck, Reporter

April 16, 2015

On Tuesday April 14, the Caiman Crescendos impressed the audience with a series of group and solo performances. The Crescendos, led by Jennifer McCormick, entertained a large crowd for nearly two hours. Evident by their performance, time and preparation was a key factor for the groups’ success....

In the chair with Cody Lovaas

In the chair with Cody Lovaas

Sabina Hahn and Tony Salvato

March 9, 2015

[VIDEO] After performing a concert for his senior project, senior Cody Lovaas sat down with Editor-in-Chief, Sabina Hahn, and Crimson reporter, Tony Salvato, and answered some questions.

Caimans showcase musical ability at the Talent Show

Caimans showcase musical ability at the Talent Show

Jakob Woo-Ming, Reporter

March 5, 2015

ESCONDIDO - On February 27, students and parents gathered in Caiman Hall to witness the 7th Annual Talent Show. The yearly event brought the musically talented from all across the school together to perform in one place. Students auditioned to be part of the production as early as February 10. The...

Fire alarm confuses CAHS student body

Fire alarm confuses CAHS student body

Micah Summers, Reporter

March 4, 2015

At 1:00 PM, the fire alarm for CAHS sounded, prompting the school — teachers, students and faculty — to evacuate the premises and reassemble in the parking lot. The alarm’s activation was unintentional. No fires were reported and no one was seen injured. Many believe smoke from a soldering iron...

Film Festival movies capture the audience’s attention

Film Festival movies capture the audience’s attention

Jakob Woo-Ming, Reporter

March 2, 2015

Movies, stars, and movie stars. These words describe CAHS’ 2015 Film Festival. On February 20, Friday night, ASB put on a movie marathon of 13 original films created by CAHS students. While not labeled as a formal event, people dressed formally. At the same time, ASB provided a massive concessions...

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