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Colleges Host Webinars for Applying Seniors

Colleges are hosting virtual informational sessions through October to reach out to students

Sabrina McCranels, Staff Writer

October 8, 2020

During a typical year, college representatives would visit our campus and speak to seniors who are interested in going to the college around this time during the first quarter. However, because of the Covid-19 pandemic, many colleges will not do these on-campus visits. To take the place of these, col...

Sophie’s Advice

Sophia Clifton

Sophia Clifton, Staff Writer

June 10, 2020

High school is ending and it feels very surreal. After four years of football games, dances, classes, and friends, we are all moving on together. When I was a freshman I had no idea who I was or how I would survive the next four years of my life. But, I don’t want any other freshman to experience th...

Gevorg’s Thanks

Gevorg Mnatsakanyan and Shayna Garcia both go as Russel and Carl Fredricksen, an iconic duo from Up.

Gevorg Mnatsakanyan, Staff Writer

June 10, 2020

Dear class of 2020 seniors, We've embarked on a crazy journey which ended in such a crazy way. We've been through it all, We made amazing stories and memories in our 4 years of high school that we have to hold onto for the rest of our lives. High school saw us walk in as kids and leave as adults. ...

Charlize’s Advice

Charlize Quinto

Charlize Quinto, Staff Writer

June 10, 2020

To begin, it’s insane that my high school career at Santaluces has finally come to an end. It’s true what they say, “those four years will fly by” and they did. For my last story, here’s one piece of valuable advice to all high school students out there, whether you’re a freshman, sophomore,...

Rudolph’s Advice

Rudolph Civil quarantining at home.

Rudolph Civil, Staff Writer

June 10, 2020

My name is Rudolph Civil. I’m one of the most unique students to go to Santaluces. I am graduating with a 4.55 weighted GPA while maintaining a social life. In school I’m categorized as an AICE student, and I hate every letter of that phrase. I hate being categorized in a bubble, because I was way...

Jordan’s Thanks

Jordan Foldy getting ready to step up to the plate.

Jordan Foldy, Staff Writer

June 10, 2020

Although high school was fun for the first three years my last year everything changed not only in school but in my home life as well. It was hard to get through, although my teachers were understanding and helpful. I would like to thank all my teachers for always being understanding and helping me th...

Ryan’s Thanks

Ryan Jayne, Drum Major, leads his sections.

Ryan Jayne, Staff Writer

June 10, 2020

Virtual graduation day is coming close and honestly it’s so hard to believe, and that statement has a lot of meanings. It means that I totally didn’t expect my senior year to end this way, but it also means that I did not expect it to end this early. This year has been so surreal, especially now...

Chris’ Advice

Chris' Advice

Christopher Vargas, Staff Writer

June 10, 2020

Throughout my four years of high school I’ve experienced so much. One fact I don’t see many talk about are jobs. Though many people that give advice say schoolwork is the most important thing and it is, another important factor is time management and money budgeting.  For me personally, one of the most important...

Marcela’s Thanks

Marcela's Thanks

Marcela Alfaya, Staff Writer

June 10, 2020

Four years has passed a lot faster than I thought it would, and I definitely didn’t think any of my teachers would have as much of an effect on me as they did. I would have liked to visit them all personally in their classrooms but I can’t so instead I’ll be thanking them virtually. I’ve had a po...

Karen’s Advice

Karen Portillo at Stampede to Success day.

Karen Portillo, Staff Writer

June 10, 2020

Dear Class of 2024, The day you walked through the gates of Santaluces, you were scared to encounter the high school experience. You were told that high school would be hard; you were told that it would shape your life for your future, and as much as this is true, never forget to enjoy your experi...

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