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Spring Choir Showcase

Allison Orellana April 1, 2022

At least once each semester, Cal High’s chamber and chorus perform at a concert. The most recent one was the Choir Spring Showcase. The showcase was held in the CHS cafeteria and around 120 people attended! On...

Comedysportz: Cal High’s Best Kept Secret

March 1, 2022

If I threw you on a stage and asked you to speak for four minutes about a topic you knew nothing about, could you do it? What if I told you there was a whole group at Cal High dedicated to doing just...

A Beautiful Human

A Beautiful Human

Savannah Marin February 27, 2022

I know life is hard  You are struggling a lot  But this will pass soon     You are amazing  You have overcome so much  I see you growing    In difficult times  You...

The Blacksmith a Short Poem

The Blacksmith a Short Poem

Khayden Allmendinger, President February 26, 2022

This poem was inspired by a blacksmith I saw working in Utah. The man's focus was astounding but even though he was so focused he burned his hand and had to stop working on his project, when I came back...

Male Dancers: Stars or Social Oddities?

Male Dancers: Stars or Social Oddities?

Cynthia Ibanez October 15, 2019

By Cynthia Ibanez Alexey Yakovlev, 2019 Dance (ballet specifically) is one of the few female dominated sports, however, it was not always like this. In the 15th and 16th centuries...

Spring Musical

Spring Musical

Lizzie Guzman March 20, 2019

Written by Lizzie Guzman Photo provided by Mr. Nguyen As many of you know the spring musical was based off the popular comic strip and show Charlie Brown. The musical was directed...

Once a tall Tree

Once a tall Tree

Jack Martinez February 9, 2019

I’m a tree A tall tree standing taller out of the rest of the forest I’m strong, I hold it all up among the ground up I’m tall and fine Days go and nights stay by I’m...

Coffee Shop Roulette

Jaclyn Trejo January 29, 2019

I looked up. The sudden quiet startled me out of my reverie. Dead ahead, a stream of coffee had frozen from where it was being poured. In fact, everything had frozen. Behind the counter, the usual...

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