Remember the A la Mode: Creamistry’s Modern Take on a Traditional Dessert

Remember the A la Mode: Creamistry’s Modern Take on a Traditional Dessert

Maddi Tseng, Reporter

October 17, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Reviews, Showcase

The Order When I first walked into Creamistry, I was overwhelmed by the amount of options available. From dairy-free to organic ice cream bases, the assortments of flavors, there is practically no limit to the amount of customisations one can make to create the perfect dessert. Add-ons like chocola...

Sports Recap: CAHS Cross Country runs in the Maranatha Invite

Sports Recap: CAHS Cross Country runs in the Maranatha Invite

Julia Clark, Reporter

October 13, 2017


Filed under recaps, Showcase, Sports

Meet: Maranatha Invite Where: Rancho Bernardo Park When: Oct. 11 The Classical Academy Cross Country teams ran against several other Cross Country teams including, High Tech High North County, Calvary Christian and Escondido Charter. ...

Evolving Identities at 2017 Homecoming Dance

Evolving Identities at 2017 Homecoming Dance

Adelae Norwood, News Editor

October 13, 2017


Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

After much anticipation, the Homecoming Dance finally rolled around. In the weeks before, cries of “yes!” — and the occasional “no” — could be heard throughout the campus as girls were approached with flowers and punny poster proposals. Some people went as friends, either in large gr...

Homecoming Pep Rally Stirs Up Excitement for Homecoming Dance

Homecoming Pep Rally Stirs Up Excitement for Homecoming Dance

Zoe Giammaria and Paige Townsend

October 10, 2017


Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

Students filed into Caiman Hall last Friday decked out in red and black attire, speculating on what this year’s assembly would bring. Filled with teacher dances, class games and exciting routines from dance and flag, the Homecoming Pep Rally offered many opportunities to promote laughter and enthusi...

Sports Recap: Varsity Football Plays the San Diego Cavers in the Homecoming Game

Sports Recap: Varsity Football Plays the San Diego Cavers in the Homecoming Game

Marco Torres, Reporter

October 9, 2017


Filed under recaps, Showcase, Sports

Our new sports recaps attempt to provide brief, concise summaries for some of the games our sports teams play in. The varsity teams: The Classical Academy High School Caimans vs. the San Diego High School Cavers When: Oct. 6 Where: Home at San Pasqual High School Final Stats: Cavers won,...

CAHS Enters the Wardrobe with Homecoming Spirit Week 2017

CAHS Enters the Wardrobe with Homecoming Spirit Week 2017

Alison Whitley, Maddi Tseng, Julia Clark, Crystal Sung, and Adelae Norwood

October 9, 2017


Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

Tuesday The Homecoming Spirit Week began with a bang of staff and students clad in fluffy onesies and pajamas, all of whom were sporting their school spirit. Freshman Ella Granger arrived costumed in a polka-dotted Minnie Mouse onesie. “I like looking weird [so] no one else looks like me,” Gran...

Plan B-minus: New Teacher Elizabeth Marymee Talks Shifting Gears from Biology to English

Plan B-minus: New Teacher Elizabeth Marymee Talks Shifting Gears from Biology to English

Alison Whitley, Reporter

October 5, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

With every new school year comes new students, but some school years, new teachers arrive on campus, as well. Mrs. Elizabeth Marymee, who teaches English I and II, is one of these new teachers this academic year. Throughout her high school years, Marymee always thought she was going to be a veteri...

The Monsters

The Monsters

Julia Clark, Author

September 29, 2017


Filed under Lit Mag, Showcase

There are two beings in our world: humans and monsters. Now, humans are just ordinary people with ordinary talents and jobs. Monsters are cold, agile shapeshifters. They are created with human appearances, so we can only identify them through our hearing and their silence — monsters can’t talk. ...

Be Here or Be Squared: New Teacher Jacqueline Rosenfeld Discusses Her Journey to Teaching Math

Be Here or Be Squared: New Teacher Jacqueline Rosenfeld Discusses Her Journey to Teaching Math

Maddi Tseng, Reporter

September 29, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

“Some … teachers will just be [at school] because it’s work … [and] that’s the only school that they can teach at … so they don’t feel like as if it’s like a privilege to be there. … Teachers at this school … know where we’re at, and we’re happy to be there,” math teacher Ja...

Unparalleled: Student-Run Parallel Pictures Talks Filming and Personal Growth

Unparalleled: Student-Run Parallel Pictures Talks Filming and Personal Growth

Paige Townsend, Reporter

September 27, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

What does it take to run a professional photography and video editing business? Seniors Evan France, Andrew Klein, David Ardill and Trevor Blount know from firsthand experience that it’s not easy. Parallel Pictures is a student-run media group that professionally edits a wide variety of videos and pho...

Redefining Royalty: Three Homecoming Princesses on Tradition and Popularity

Redefining Royalty: Three Homecoming Princesses on Tradition and Popularity

Brigid Ambuul, Reporter

September 21, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

When it comes to the homecoming court, Hollywood tends to paint a glamorously unrealistic picture of the typical candidates for princess — bubblegum-smacking, one-dimensional queen bees who fight tooth and nail for the title of Homecoming Queen. This year’s winners are proof that these stereotypi...

Students Dance Into the New School Year at the Annual Back to School Barbecue

Students Dance Into the New School Year at the Annual Back to School Barbecue

Anastasia Reimann, Editor in Chief

September 17, 2017


Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

At 5:00 p.m. on Sept. 15, after a long week, students and faculty alike gathered at the annual Back to School Barbecue for food, dancing and fun. Hosted every year by ASB toward the start of the school year, students savored hamburgers and hot dogs cooked by math teacher Mr. Jeffrey Eicher. It’s a time ...

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