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Exam and Exemption Information Exemption cards were distributed to all students on Monday, May 26 in 3rd period. These were to have been turned in by 3 p.m. Friday, May 30. Students with outstanding...  Read More »

June 2, 2014


Q&A with Briana Kowal

Azam Khan, Journalism I

1.What was your most memorable moment this season with the team? -”I can’t really choose one I appreciate every moment i had with my teammates this season.”   2. What is your you and your teammates mind set going into next season? -”We’re...  Read More »

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  • A friend with a shell December 17, 2014
    Tortoises, similar to turtles, are commonly found in central Asia. But one of these intriguing animals can be found in senior Priya Jain’s home. She has a six-month-old Russian tortoise named Poseidon that is about six inches long, but will continue to grow to up to ten inches. Jain says Poseidon has a very specific diet. […]
    Morgan Lewis, Blue Valley Northwest
  • The barista, the customer, and Starbucks: far beyond a simple cup of coffee December 17, 2014
    In 1971, a simple coffeehouse opened its doors in the touristy Pike Place district of Seattle. In 1987, Howard Schultz purchased the growing, but not yet successful corporation, hoping to bring the essence of Italian coffee shops to the North American continent. In 2000, an idea sparked by two teachers and a writer, all of […]
    Sarah Sutley, North Cobb High School
  • Settling for environmental adequacy will leave us in last place forever December 17, 2014
    Environmentalism aside, Sacramento Country Day’s new middle school building is quite impressive. The school no longer has to hold science classes in those dinky rooms that, despite the linoleum floors and chemical-resistant tables, aren’t real labs. The building looks good, if a bit imposing, and gives the middle school the facelift it’s needed for years. An
    Grant Miner, Sacramento Country Day School
  • Katniss returns to Mockingjay Part 1 December 17, 2014
    While The Maze Runner (2014) failed to pull through in the world of young adult dystopia, Director Francis Lawrence’s adaptation of Suzanne Collins’s Mockingjay is triumphant. Carrying on from where Catching Fire (2013) left off, we see the weathered Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) struggle with the depth of her post-traumatic stress in the newly introd
    Abbey Branco, Dartmouth High School
  • Kuipers and Vargo leave it all on the field December 15, 2014
    Usually, he’s an eighth-grade history teacher. Maybe you know him as the college counselor. But armed with a pile of spreadsheets, a computer and 18 years of experience, he’s transformed. Chris Kuipers is the manager of his own pro football team. So how has Kuipers kept his double-life secret for all this time? It’s simple: […]
    Maxwell Shukuya, Sacramento Country Day School
  • Ghastly ghosts at Granite Hills December 15, 2014
    Around Halloween, ghosts are usually costumes, but the ghosts roaming around Granite Hills are much different. Paranormal activities have been reported by staff members for years – could something really be haunting our halls? Lynn Kraszewski, the librarian, has been here for thirty years, and she’d heard talk of ghosts for almost as long. “I never felt […]
    Mariana Lopez, Granite Hills High School

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