• A Blast from the Past

    A Blast from the Past

    Creating kinship charts in Anthropology on Dec. 15, Natalie Kesselring (12), Christie Oxler (12), and Hannah Gaehle (11) trace back [...]

  • Junior Jessie Goldberg follows her tech script during Fall Play rehearsal. She and fellow theater students senior Joanna Kolker, sophomore Jonathan Scully and senior Adam Cohen used their tech crew skills to bring home first-place finishes at the State Thespian Conference on Jan. 6.

    Tech students earn victories in thespian conference showdown

    Junior Jessie Goldberg follows her tech script during Fall Play rehearsal. She and fellow theater students senior Joanna Kolker, sophomore [...]

  • Senior Dylan Haley takes advange of the art night on Jan. 28th, “I go up to finish projects and to get more one on one time with Mr. Jafari,” Haley said. Photos by: Anthony Zuanichs.

    Art nights introduce new evening opportunity

    Wednesday nights are usually filled with homework, naps, and Netflix, but what about adding some art to your nights as well, Ceramics [...]

  • Young Support

    Young Support

    In order to study for an upcoming Algebra 2 Trig test, Paulina Runge (10) helps her table partner solve a rational function on Jan. [...]

  • Art Expert

    Art Expert

    With more than four years of art experience, Courtney Millman (12) carves out sections of a linoleum tile to create a transfer for [...]

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Fantasy Teams Gain Popularity Among Students

Fantasy Teams Gain Popularity Among Students

Most students have some sort of hobby that they do to get their mind off of things: reading, [...]

 
 

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  • After discussing the meaning behind the song Man In The Mirror and figuring out the right way to portray the meaning of the song to the audience, Emily Miller (11) adjusts her facial expressions and body language to match the tone of the song. In order to properly express a song, practice is imperative. “It’s important for us to practice so that we can not only improve our vocals, but also so that we can improve our dancing. When we practice, we build muscle memory which then helps us to nail our performances when we go to competitions,” Miller said.

    Making the Music Match

    News February 1, 2016 at 10:35 am 0 comments
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  • Piecing it all together

    Piecing it all together

    News January 29, 2016 at 8:31 am 0 comments

      With team work, Geena Stephens (11) and her teammates work together in order to solve the puzzle. “I was looking for certain numbers to step on in numerical order,” Stephens said. “The purpose of the game is to step on and find the numbers in numerical order the quickest way […]

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  • Two peas in a pod

    Faces of PCH January 29, 2016 at 8:22 am 0 comments

    Sophomore Eyal and Daniel Kattan’s relationship looks rocky at first glance, but even when they fight the two remain best friends and brothers no matter what. “Sometimes they seem like they really hate each other,” sophomore Arjun Bajaj, friend of the twins, said. “But you can tell there is still […]

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  • Work Advances on New Scoreboard

    Work Advances on New Scoreboard

    News January 29, 2016 at 8:14 am 0 comments

    Construction workers advance work on the new scoreboard. The scoreboard will come just in time for the girls soccer season. Alexis Poe (10) will be one of the first athletes to be shown on the screen. “It’s kind of scary because my face is going to be up there, and if I […]

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  • Rocking out

    Rocking out

    News January 29, 2016 at 8:11 am 0 comments

    Jeff Dicker (12) is getting the hang of playing the guitar for the first time. “What I like about the class so far is learning different cords at a fast pace.” Dicker said. Being a fast learner, Dicker starts taking outside classes to master it. “I played the piano all […]

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  • Teachers Show Mixed Opinions on Personal Technology in The Class

    News December 17, 2015 at 11:13 am 0 comments

    There has long been controversy over personal technologies place in the classroom with it’s potential distractions and constant evolution. Most teachers seem to be taking an ‘on the fence’ stance over the topic. Most see it as both an advancement and a distraction, useful but also not trustworthy. “I feel […]

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  • Assessing the Assessments: Standardized Tests Bring Differing Opinions

    Assessing the Assessments: Standardized Tests Bring Differing Opinions

    Corral Newspaper, Features December 17, 2015 at 8:43 am 0 comments

    Plagued by the questions, “How will this help us in the ‘real world?” and “Do my grades even matter?” Students and teachers are equally frustrated by the education system that places more emphasis on memorization and standardized testing over truly teaching students and making the “learning experience” enjoyable and effective. […]

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  • The Disappearance of Katherine Greene: Part 3

    The Disappearance of Katherine Greene: Part 3

    News December 17, 2015 at 8:34 am 0 comments

    He awoke from the inky blackness of sleep, still dazed but somewhat regaining his composure. Hall’s mind raced to a thousand conclusions about his situation, but as minutes passed he began to remember what had brought him to be sitting on this hospital bed, bruised and sore from a hundred […]

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  • Fantasy Teams Gain Popularity Among Students

    Fantasy Teams Gain Popularity Among Students

    Sports December 16, 2015 at 12:30 pm 0 comments

    Most students have some sort of hobby that they do to get their mind off of things: reading, playing music, playing games, etc. But some sport-loving students at school have found online fantasy sports as way to kill time and give them something to do. Even a small group of […]

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  • Powder Puff Participants Prep for Event

    Powder Puff Participants Prep for Event

    Entertainment, News December 15, 2015 at 12:12 pm 0 comments

    Watching the junior girls go against the senior girls in flag football on Nov. 23 has become a tradition, but many of the spectators don’t know the planning and practicing that occurs before the ladies take the field. “First we warm up, stretch, do jumping jacks, and then we split […]

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