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

The world language building closes its doors to students during lunch.

School makes the right call

Tanvi Pandya, online Opinions Editor May 27, 2022

With a student body of almost 3,000, one would assume that Cal High would utilize all the space it has for students to use throughout the day. But that is not the message administrators sent last monthwhen...

From left to right, Minseo Kim, Dylan Liujanto and Raymond Chen were named to honor bands this year.

Trio named to honors bands

Tanvi Pandya, online Opinions Editor April 29, 2022

Cal High has been known to have an extensive music program, with multiple classes offered and a series of performances throughout the year. So, it comes to no surprise that many students participating...

The song team poses in front of the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando during their trip to the national championships. The team placed ninth in the pom category.

Song team places 9th in the nation

Tanvi Pandya, online Opinions Editor March 18, 2022

Year-long seasons. Twenty-plus hours of practice per week. A personal role for each member. These are all characteristics of Cal High song, a  nationally competitive dance team which performs different...

Senior Carter Honsinger enjoyed the freedoms of online school last year when Cal High had virtual learning from home.

PRO/CON: Is it worth returning to virtual learning?

Tanvi Pandya, online Opinions Editor February 14, 2022

With the recent spike in COVID-19 cases, it’s safe to say that the new Omicron variant is taking the world by storm as we have never experienced before. The average number of cases had been going...

Broadway Plaza in Walnut Creek and many other Bay Area shopping areas have been hit recently large groups of robbers storming stores and stealing goods.

Mass robberies hit several Bay Area cities

Tanvi Pandya, online Opinions Editor December 21, 2021

Spanish teacher Nicole Resendiz was driving in Walnut Creek on Nov. 20 to pick up her daughter when she saw a row of cars with no license plates parked directly in front of Nordstrom in Broadway Plaza. She...

Gov. Gavin Newsom broke with the Democratic Party over Proposition 30, which would increase taxes on personal incomes over $2 million to support climate programs. Newsom says the proposition is a corporate ploy by Lyft and has appeared in high profile advertisements to oppose the Democrat-backed proposition.

Vaccine mandate coming

Tanvi Pandya, online Opinions Editor November 29, 2021

California is headed toward bcoming the first state to impose a vaccination mandate for all  school students and staff. California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Oct. 1 his COVID-19 vaccine mandate...

Senior Vicky Coninck, number 85, watching her team compete in the first home game of the year against Antioch.

Grizzlies boast first female player in three seasons

Tanvi Pandya , online Opinions Editor October 15, 2021

For the first time in three seasons, Cal High has a female player on the varsity football team. Senior Victoria Coninck, commonly known as Vicky, is a new addition to the Grizzlies this year, serving...

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