Why you shouldn’t blow off state testing

Aaron Velez | News Editor March 6, 2022 Spring is just around the corner, which means a few things for San Clemente High School students. There are exciting events, like Winter Formal and the start of […]

Student-led activist clubs on campus

Reaghan Mulligan | Newsroom Manager February 25, 2022 San Clemente High School’s student body fosters a category of clubs and organizations with an important common goal: to promote equity and education on campus. Some of […]

Emerging cases of senioritis

Talie Folsom | A&E Editor February 24, 2022 COVID is not the only case that seniors have to worry about. As second semester continues and more college acceptances come out, seniors must be cautious about […]

Best french toast: Cafe Rae

Coco Meyerhofer | Writer February 19, 2022 San Clemente is known for its plethora and celebration of small businesses, where many stores have been opened by citizens who have either lived in San Clemente their entire […]

Best hike: Flagpole Trail

Sofia Sipelis | Opinion Editor  February 15, 2022 San Clemente is known for its phenomenal outdoor culture. Residents can be found surfing, swimming, running, biking, and hiking in the natural landscape the city and the […]

Best açaí bowls: Aloha Açaí

Ben Meyler | Writer February 11, 2022 As summer is nearing and the temperature is rising, it’s time to start getting ready for refreshing warm weather foods like açaí bowls. Nothing is as satisfying as supporting […]

Best donuts: Surfin’ Donuts Coffee House

Helene MacBeth | Writer February 11, 2022 Whether you’re looking for a savory croissant, a sweet maple bar, or a morning coffee, Surfin’ Donuts Coffee House has it all. Their wide selection, along with high […]

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