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

Plagued by fires, bomb threats, a global pandemic, and general high school mayhem, the Class of 2022’s high school experience has been unlike any other. With the year drawing to a close, the Class of 2022 finally gets a glimpse of the light at the end of the tunnel that has been the chaos these past four years.

The Class of 2022 reflects on four year of surreal insanity

Shiphrah Moses, Sydney Cicchitto, and Evan Heinz June 1, 2022

As the final days of senior year tick down, now is a good time to reflect upon our time at Cal High and the way our lives have shifted in just a few short, or at time long, years.  What better place...

Senior quotes allow seniors to leave a mark before they graduate and capture seniors characters.

Yearbook quotes cause controversy

Shiphrah Moses and Sydney Cicchitto March 23, 2022

Senior yearbook quotes are back at Cal High for the second year in a row, but many that were submitted took a long and controversial path to being accepted.  Seniors were invited to submit quotes to...

Caesar dressing and croutons decorate one of Cal Highs vegetarian salads. Students discovered that the Caesar salad dressing contains anchovies.

Students learn vegetarian salad contains anchovies

Shiphrah Moses, Managing Editor March 21, 2022

Vegetarian senior Brunda Kashavijjala walked back to her group of friends after picking up lunch from the cafeteria.  From the few vegetarian options available at Cal High, she chose a Caesar salad....

Cal High’s robotics A-Team perfects their robot before competing in the state competition.

Robotics A-team places 5th at state

Andrew Ma, Parwaan Virk, and Shiphrah Moses March 21, 2022

The ‘Tipping Point’ for Cal High’s Robotics Club this year  made school history. Both of Cal High’s robotics teams were honored at regional competitions this year, allowing them to compete...

Many students created illustrations like this one for Senior Chalk Day on Aug. 9, while others decided to include racist and obscene language and inappropriate images. As a result, administrators had to get rid of all chalk illustrations before the first day of school.

Senior Chalk Day ruined by vandals

Shiphrah Moses, Managing Editor September 3, 2021

Graffiti consisting of racist and vulgar language and graphic illustrations were found on Senior Chalk Day last month. Because of the incident on Aug. 9, all chalk decorations created by the students...

How COVID-19 has changed the entertainment industry

Shiphrah Moses, Managing Editor May 28, 2021

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic last spring, many people looked to movies and television to keep themselves entertained. From Netflix’s “The Tiger King” to Disney’s “The Mandalorian”,...

Cal High junior Jonah Aziz stands in front of Cal High holding his COVID-19 vaccination card.

Cal High students get vaccinated

Shiphrah Moses, Managing Editor April 30, 2021

The days of students sitting through online lectures holed up in their bedrooms are coming to an end. There is a light at the end of the tunnel and a return to normalcy as more and more Cal High students...

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