Adolfo Camarillo High School's student-run news publication

The Stinger

Adolfo Camarillo High School's student-run news publication

The Stinger

Adolfo Camarillo High School's student-run news publication

The Stinger

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Chun-Tzu Huang and Thomas Huebner (seniors) holding their Pre-Engineering Program certificates of achievement.

The (Naval) Base of Engineering

Aimee Barrera, Social Media Editor January 12, 2017

The STEM field is one of the most competitive areas of study, and for those interested in engineering, a recent program at the naval base may provide a push in the right direction. This year, two Cam...

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Hundreds of students rushed to the quad last Friday, both to advertise and join new Cam High clubs this school year.

Rushing into the New Year

Aimee Barrera, Staff Writer September 22, 2016

Music and large crowds of students filled the quad and the stage last Friday as they perused the various clubs that Cam High has to offer. Tables were set up with posters, candy, and flyers, attempting to...

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Mrs. Nakamoto teaches her 6th period English Language Development class.

Second language, second home

Aimee Barrera, Staff Writer June 3, 2016

Cam High provides a variety of English courses for students, but one that remains relatively obscure is the ELD (English Language Development) program. Established in 2001, the ELD class works specifically...

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Former boys basketball DJ Lil G will be playing at Spring Fling, this years season dance.

Spring dance to replace winter formal

Aimee Barrera, Staff Writer February 26, 2016

A 'Spring Fling' will replace this year's winter formal and will be held on Saturday, March 12, from 8 to 11 p.m. The dance's spring theme focuses on the feeling of love, renewal, and flowers, said...

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A brick donated by the ACHS Music Boosters for Mr. John Stava, who retired in 2014.

Band Makes Bricks Meaningful

Aimee Barrera, Staff Writer November 12, 2015

Cam High's Marching Band has been fundraising in an unorthodox way for the past two years. For $100, community members can buy a personalized brick inscribed with a name or message of their choosing. These...

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KIWINS members recite the Key Club International pledge before commencing their meeting at lunch in the gym.

Club Feature: KIWIN’S

Aimee Barrera, Staff Writer November 4, 2015
From volunteering to raising money for worldwide causes, KIWIN'S has grown over the years into one of the largest clubs on Cam High's campus.
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