The Official Student-Run Newspaper of California High School

The Californian

The Official Student-Run Newspaper of California High School

The Californian

The Official Student-Run Newspaper of California High School

The Californian

At the end of the first floor of the main building, Troy Bristols history classroom acts as a prime hangout spot for students.

The crown jewels of Cal’s campus

Christine Oh, Sabrina Contreras, and Kate Hong June 2, 2021

During our 2.5 years of in-person high school experience on Cal High’s campus, we’ve found some true gems of this school that students need to be made aware of if they haven’t discovered them already....

It’s time to check out these K-Drama shows

Christine Oh, Kate Hong, and Michelle Nguyen December 16, 2020

Winter time has finally arrived with the chilly, rainy weather and jolly holiday music filling the air. Yet here we are, still stuck in quarantine with another stay-at-home lock-down order in place.  We...

Are Advanced Placement tests worth the time? (NO)

Are Advanced Placement tests worth the time? (NO)

Kate Hong, A&E Editor May 29, 2019

Every May, high school students nationwide stress out over taking Advanced Placement exams for their AP classes.  For many students who take these test, the question arises: Is it worth it? AP...

School faced with even more threats

Christine Oh, Vidhima Shetty, Kate Hong and Rachel Pak, Staff Writers May 28, 2019

A series of four shooting threats targeting Cal High this month have shaken students and staff and resulted in the lowest attendance in school history. San Ramon police and the FBI continue to investigate...

The shame of failing a driving permit test

Kate Hong, A&E Editor March 26, 2019

Picture this: You’re driving to school in a brand new car. A Mercedes Benz, Tesla, Corvette, you name it. When you pull up to school, all of your friends stare at your new, hot ride in jealousy.  Except...

Drake’s Scorpion should win best album at Grammys

Kate Hong, A&E Editor February 8, 2019

It’s finally time for the 2019 GRAMMY Awards, and we’re set to have some pretty competitive nominations this year. The GRAMMY Awards is an annual showcase that recognizes the talents of popular...

ASB president Tanner Draper, left, and new leadership adviser Ross Dautel head up Cal’s leadership program this year. Some of their goals this year include trying to change the school culture and reach out to as many school groups as possible.

Campus leaders have new plans

Kate Hong, A&E Editor November 15, 2018

Senior Tanner Draper seems like he was meant for his role as ASB president. Draper has been a class president ever since middle school, including his freshman, sophomore, and junior years, before being...

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