Most people are uncomfortable with change, however for freshman Mark Lozano he had to quickly become used to it.
On Saturday, Dec. 17 the wrestling team is having a match at Vista Ridge in Austin, Texas.
As their fingers glide across the keyboard trying to figure out how to fight against the enemy, the CyberPatriots vigorously type words and numbers that would make no sense to anyone who isn't a CyberPatriot.
A list to help you find a present for a friend, family, or significant other, or maybe what you could add to your own wish list.
Giving a book to someone for them to read is a good idea, especially
After watching a Thanksgiving parade last year, Mark Flowers Jr., senior, participated in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York.
Picture yourself getting the opportunity to become an exchange student, leaving the U.S to another country. All the new things you’d get to experience and become accustomed to would be thrilling and quite interesting. For Rita Garcia-De-Borito the process was hard, especially having to study a new language since she didn’t already know English, adapting to a new environment, and coping with new people. As she has settled in, Rita claims it has gotten so much easier than it was from the start.
On September 29th the Choral Department presented their first showcase of the 2016-2017 school year. All of the groups delivered their share of music to the audience where it echoed throughout the auditorium.
It's early in the morning, and students start filling in the school grounds. Adrianna Leos stands in front of a school where everyone is different, from their personality to the type of clothing that they wear. Lita Andrade stands in front of the same school remembering her time at private school; a completely different type of community where everyone is in the regular uniform of a polo, or a button up, and a skirt or pants. As both the students enter their designated destination, they don't think twice of the limitations nor the privileges that they each have obtained.
Day by day, schools tend to use up excessive amounts of paper. Most of the time it ends up back in the bottom of a trash can or for those who are a bit more considerate, a recycling bin. One sheet could mean nothing, but for a tree it's quite a big deal.
As they walk down separate hallways heading to their class of the hour. One walks with ease heading to her classroom, while the other struggles to figure out how to get around the people in front of her to get to class on time.