The Californian

Students toss around a giant beach ball during a rally last school year before the coronavirus pandemic closed campus on March 16. Leadership students are planning different types of events for the rest of this school year.

Junior and senior officers plan end-of-the-year activities

Leadership hopes to host prom, ball for the classes of 2021 and 2022
Jaida Baker, Staff Writer February 5, 2021

Prom and school activities are well known traditions at Cal High, but with recent Covid guidelines, it’s been harder for leadership students to effectively plan these events. Junior class president...

What is Cal’s leadership doing during quarantine?

Class works to bring the school experience to students amidst the pandemic
Kylie Thomsen, Staff Writer September 30, 2020

More than a month into the new school year, leadership already has planned new and exciting events during quarantine. From virtual rallies to a unique twist on the homecoming parade, students in Cal...

From left to right: Garrett Grant, Brandon Amor, Daly Grant and Eddy Cordero perform at Night at the Apollo, one of many Leadership Legacy Projects this year.

Leadership leaves its legacy

Emmy Burrus, Co Editor-in-Chief March 26, 2019

Members of Cal High’s leadership program are leaving their mark on the school through new legacy projects designed to improve the community. In creating these projects, first-year leadership teacher...

Cal clubs shined behind senior leadership

Cal clubs shined behind senior leadership

June 5, 2014

Cal High has dozens of clubs on campus, many of which have distinguished themselves behind the leadership of members of the Class of 2014. Here are a few of those clubs: DECA is a model business...

Campus to get facelift

Arman Tafazzoli, Managing Editor February 11, 2013

The leadership class recently acquired $17,000 from the school district which will be used to improve the cleanliness and overall beauty of Cal’s campus. All improvements and beautification will come...

Leadership to change hands this fall

Leadership to change hands this fall

June 7, 2012

  Charlene Chew Features Editor   After five years of raising Cal High’s leadership program to new levels, teacher Eileen Mantz is passing the torch to history teacher Scott Corso. After...

Homecoming dance was poorly planned

November 4, 2010

STAFF EDITORIAL Attending the homecoming parade and football game, hanging out with friends, taking pictures, and exchanging corsages and boutineers build up anticipation to the peak of the homecoming...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The Official Student-Run Newspaper of California High School
leadership