On the Efficacy and Need of Monday Schools

Neel Baronia, Guest Writer

Monday schools are like magistrate-run courts. They try to make it seem serious, but in reality everyone just walks away with some form of discipline that’s enough to irk you, but not enough to actually change your behavior in any way. The similarities between high school correctional programs and facets of the US justice system, however, do not end there. Here at Cal High, we too can observe skewed incarceration rates that misrepresent our society’s demographics as a whole. The mainstream...  Read More »

May 13, 2015 • 0 comments

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Anti-drug speaker misleads students

Anti-drug speaker misleads students

Michelle Wang, Staff Writer

Freshman Juliette Mohr thought she was in for a typical anti-drug presentation when Alex Matthews from Narconon Redwood Cliffs visited her health class. Matthews started his April presentation with an anecdote of how his chances of playing for the NFL were ruined by his marijuana use. It turns out this anecdote and a lot of the anti-drug information provided were quite misleading. “I was like listening to what [he was] saying, and I was like I have a hard time believing this,” said Mohr....  Read More »

June 5, 2015 • 0 comments

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Junior among top pianists

Junior among top pianists

Annissa Lai, Staff Writer

Fingers glide across the keyboard with such fluidity, so beautifully, that it strikes chords of emotions as the audience watches him play. They are breathless. He plays...  Read More »

June 5, 2015 • 0 comments

Apps blocked on district Wi-Fi

Apps blocked on district Wi-Fi

Erin Fox, Managing Editor

It has been a well-known fact at Cal High that Facebook and Instagram have been long blocked on the district-wide Wi-Fi used in the school systems. But Snapchat and Netflix...  Read More »

June 5, 2015 • 0 comments

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Grizzly duo jumps their way to state

Grizzly duo jumps their way to state

Jake Barnes, Staff Writer

Senior Lillianna Hebert put an exclamation mark on her outstanding track and field career by winning her first NCS title. Hebert placed first in the high jump at the North...  Read More »

June 5, 2015 • 0 comments

Cal says goodbye to its D-I athletes

Cal says goodbye to its D-I athletes

Paige Zilinskas , Staff Writer

It's that time of year again when Cal High seniors are making huge decisions about where to go to college. But for some Grizzlies, it was a little bit easier for them to...  Read More »

June 5, 2015 • 2 comments

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