The Yancey Legacy

By Sara Barnes | Student Life Editor   &   Maya Fransz-Myers | Media Editor February 21, 2016 “Doing what is right and not what is easy” is a philosophy that Mrs. Yancey, a long […]

A Brief Report on the High School Academic Reality

By, Chloe Rudnicki |Opinion Editor February 10, 2016 The primary questions that govern the school experience often center around the core identity of true intellect and success.  Unfortunately, near-perfection is the simplistic and shallow definition attributed to […]

Financing Your Future

By, Kian Kiasaleh  |  Arts & Entertaintment Editor February 6th, 2016 There is always a lot of discussion about the ever-increasing cost of higher education in United States of America.    We are a bit envious […]

Top 10 Things To Do On Valentine’s Day

By, Maisie Freeny | Writer   &   Brycen Dutchik | Writer February 9, 2016 Valentine’s Day: a traditional day to send a card, often anonymously, to a romantic acquaintance or partner – a day to […]

Coffee House

By: Brooke Herbes | Social Media Director February 5th, 2016 Coffee House demonstrated our star students’ pure musical and comedic talents. Act One presented all theatrical performances, from dance to skits to music performed by our […]

The Pressures of High School

By: Chloe Rudnicki |Opinion Editor February 5, 2016 In the four draining years that make up the high school experience, many students agonize over the unforgiving future that takes a stranglehold of one’s life in the […]

Attack of Gluten on Celiac’s

By, Evan Echelberger | Writer   &   Taylor Jower | Writer Hey, in case you didn’t know, 3 million people in our country are affected by celiac disease, yet 97% of them are undiagnosed. […]

Pin It to Win It

By, Sara Barnes | Student Life Editor   &   Ily Macpherson | Sports Editor In the past two weeks, the San Clemente High Wrestling team has taken home multiple victories and is preparing for more […]

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