Time Card Process Needs Revision

Ryan Erickson-King, staff writer

May 23, 2019

Rather than taking a traditional physical education course, sophomores have the option to participate in the "Athletic PE Program," which requires student-athletes to have their after-school sport practice and competition attendance...

Rallies Infringe on Critical Academic Support

Ryan Erickson-King, Staff Writer

March 27, 2019

Leadership puts on a handful of rallies during Academy period over the course of the school year in an effort to promote school spirit. Teachers walk their students down to the big gym and students settle in as deafening music...

Debate Tandem Wins Stanford Tourney

Ryan Erickson-King, staff writer

March 22, 2019

Seniors Shannon Bonet and Xueyun Yuan earning 1st place in the Stanford Debate Tournament during the weekend of February 2. The invitational format was exclusive to the top squads from each school. Veterans Bonet and Yuan represented...

JV Soccer Sets Season Win Record

Ryan Erickson-King, Staff Writer

March 4, 2019

The JV boys' soccer team finished the winter season with a record of 15-3-2 after beating Miramonte 3-0 on February 2.  According to coach Miguel Camacho, in doing so, his squad broke the previous record for most wins held by...

AcaDeca Struggles with 1960’s Theme

Ryan Erickson-King, staff writer

January 14, 2019

The Academic Decathlon team participated in the District Level Tournaments that began in September and ended on December 18. "The competition only takes a portion of Academic Decathlon, so this last 1 was just focusing on music...

New Zealand Trip Offers Science, Film Experience

Ryan Erickson-King, staff writer

October 3, 2018

This spring break Campolindo students will have the opportunity to travel to New Zealand. Coordinated by video production teacher Justin Seligman, and hosted by educational tour company Explorica, the trip is not school sponsored. ...

Frosh Seminar Scaled Back

Frosh Seminar Scaled Back

September 14, 2018