• Golf Fundraiser, March 30th @Lomas Santa Fe Country Club

  • Prom is May 16th at Camp Pendleton's Event Center. This year's theme is James Bond.

  • Amnesty Week in the Library 3/23 - 4/3

  • Facebook Online Safety Seminar, March 24th

  • Spring Break April 6th-10th

ISIS tests America’s wellbeing

Alyssa Slattery, staff writer

Acts of terrorism recently have caused worldwide anger and fear of the radical Islamic group known as ISIS.  Located in Syria and Iraq, ISIS is a self-proclaimed state and has committed beheadings, abductions and mass killings of ethnic and religious minorities. According to BBC News, ISIS wants to create a state controlled by one religious or political leader. Up to 31,000...  Read More »

March 19, 2015 • 0 comments

Recent News Stories

ASB  students, Maria Rojas and Briette Pietrocini, wear yellow on Monday in support of Yellow Ribbon Week. The purpose of this spirit week is to raise suicide awareness and encourage kids to open up to those they trust about any hardships they may be enduring.

Yellow Ribbon Week brings suicide awareness to CHS

March 19, 2015

Many know Yellow Ribbon Week from the many dress up days we had at CHS. What many do not know is that this week was an important event for suicide and bullying awareness. PLUS...  Read More »

Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman has recently gained lots of public attention.  It is a sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird.

Excitment arises about Harper Lee’s new book

March 17, 2015

The novel To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, has gone down in history as one of the best in American literature. Written in 1960, Harper Lee’s writing has...  Read More »

Desalination Plant

Desalination plant sends ripples across the community

March 5, 2015

Tampa, Florida was the first to look towards desalination as a source of water in the United States. Now, Carlsbad is following their footsteps. With six years in the California...  Read More »

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Where’s Bambi going next?

Where’s Bambi going next?

Daniel Carr, staff writer

A lone deer in a cesspool of filth and trash, rummaging through the broken glass of the decaying buildings of abandoned New York City. She is the last of her kind. No one...  Read More »

March 27, 2015 • 0 comments

Embracing collaboration

Embracing collaboration

Kitty Knorr, staff writer

School is plagued by group projects. However, the sound of a group assignment brings about several different opinions and sounds. When you have friends in your class, a joint...  Read More »

March 25, 2015 • 0 comments

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Lesly Morelia brings diversity to ASB

Lesly Morelia brings diversity to ASB

brooke wasson, staff writer

Overcoming social challenges may be difficult during high school, but senior Lesly Morelia accepts her differences. Morelia may communicate through ASL, but this has not stopped...  Read More »

March 27, 2015 • 0 comments

Mckenna Breton trains for military success

Mckenna Breton trains for military success

Maggie Sweeney, staff writer

While most students go through high school studying and playing sports, senior Mckenna Breton has been training in the Junior Sea Cadets...  Read More »

March 25, 2015 • 0 comments

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