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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This National German Test pin was one of the many awards presented at the ceremony.

Awarding Students’ Achievements

Anthony Lu, Staff Writer May 6, 2014

Academic Achievement Awards were held on March 31 in the Cam High gym. To earn this academic recognition, students needed to have a cumulative GPA of 3.8 or higher on a 5.0 scale, or participate in...

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Mary Ferrer, senior, works on her art projects at the Gallery Clubs workshop last month.

Artists Raise Funds for Gallery Club

Anthony Lu April 10, 2014

Cam High's  Gallery club held a workshop and sale in C1 in order to raise money for art students graduating this year. Open during school from March 14 to March 19, the workshop was open to any interested...

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Kirsten Randall, senior, studies her homework in the library after school.

For Some Scorps, Homework is Life

Anthony Lu, Staff Writer April 7, 2014

From college prep to advanced placement, a student's homework load mostly depends on the classes they take, sometimes affecting student's schedules outside of school. According to Cam High counselor...

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Mrs. Terrie Romines, CSFs adviser, teaches her 6th period math class by reading Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi.

The Scholars Among Us

Anthony Lu, Staff Writer February 21, 2014

The California Scholarship Federation, or CSF, is a club at Cam High dedicated to recognizing academic excellence for seniors and raising money for college scholarships through fundraising. The largest...

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Both disappointing and delighting students, Principal Glenn Lipman smooches the cow on the forehead rather than on the lips.

Funds Come Marching In

Anthony Lu, Staff Writer January 15, 2014

Raising money can be difficult. So when Cam High band students started selling pies to provide the much needed grist to grind the marching band mill, a mill that runs almost entirely by fundraising efforts...

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Downtown Camarillo shows off its splendor during the Holiday Season.

A Camarillo Christmas

Anthony Lu, Staff Writer December 20, 2013

Camarillo's Christmas spirit came to life on December 6th, as the city Christmas tree was lit up in the center of Old Town. In celebration of the holiday, the tree-lighting event has been running since...

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Mr. Matthew Doyle, social science teacher, displaying the flag of his Irish heritage.

A Whole New World

Anthony Lu, Staff Writer December 3, 2013

Anna Oklestkova, senior, is one of many students who came from another country to experience American life through Cam High's student exchange program. For foreign exchange students whose first language...

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Colby Wiedman, gets ready to score a goal for the Cam High Scorpions.

Rio Mesa’s Reign Has Ended

Anthony Lu, Staff Writer October 30, 2013

In a David and Goliath style match up, Cam High boy's water polo ended Rio Mesa High's 8 year, 82 game Pacific View League win streak, winning 9-8. Dallas Donaldson saved ten goals to successfully overcome...

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