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...

Photo taken by MJ Macias

CAHS hosts its Ninth Annual Talent Show

MJ Macias and Beth Schloeder March 9, 2017

On Friday, March 3, CAHS students showcased their talents, from singing, to dancing, to playing viola. However, while their performances received roaring applause, the moments before and while on stage...

Philip Rivers chuckles as the students fire him questions.

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!”
Fellow film directors clap as Isaac Brown wins the award for directing the Best Comedy. Photo taken by Ethan Shicks.

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...

Freshman Madelyn Stennett dresses as Elphaba from the musical Wicked on Icon Day.

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...

The students end the flash mob with their fists raised high. I think it was great opportunity to reach out to the community in that aspect and Im proud to be a part of it, junior Caleb Arend said.

“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...

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