The new hybrid model

Mirca Gomez | Writer April 2, 2021 Wednesday night, Superintendent Kirsten Vital Brulte sent out an email confirming the rumors about going to school four times a week. The email said that starting April 26, […]

SCHS’ first Earth Day art contest

Eden Milligan | Head Editor 31 March 2021 Calling all artists! There is an upcoming art contest open to all SCHS students due on April 16. You can sign up now by scanning  the QR […]

Senior spotlight: John Koenigshofer

  Savannah Gresham | Writer March 26, 2021 They say that innovation distinguishes a leader from a follower. As the founder of the Alternate History Club, an outstanding member of the advanced choir ensemble in […]

Study Tips for the AP tests

Sosie Casteel | A&E Editor March 26, 2021 With AP tests around the corner, it’s normal to feel overwhelmed or unprepared. Classes and curriculum have definitely been different this year, and AP testing has been […]

El camino de baches: lejos de terminar

Emily Schad | Escribador 26 de Marzo, 2021 El 17 de marzo colectaron y contaron las firmas para el voto de “recall”(retirar) al gobernador Gavin Newsom. Los organizadores del movimiento han adquirido 2.1 millón de […]

Class of ’21 Senior Assassin

Mirca Gomez | Writer March 22, 2021 Senior assassin has been a tradition for senior students for a while now, no matter what high school they go to. Although it is not a school-run event, […]

Happy anniversary, quarantine!

Amy Parr | Head Editor March 22, 2021 This time last year, students were happily celebrating their early spring break, or “coronacation,” as many called it. Little did they know that it would go on […]

College decision season

Clara Helm | Head Editor March 18, 2021 College decision season is rapidly approaching, and with that comes a plethora of pro and con college lists. Seniors have to consider every aspect of the college, […]

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