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The writing section of the SAT can be challenging for some students, but here are some tips and tricks to surviving it and coming out with a good score.

By Students, For Students: The Writing Section of the SAT

Edward Wang, Guest Writer November 7, 2019

The SAT writing section comes after the first break following the reading section. The writing section contains 44 questions (four passages total with 11 questions), and you are given 35 minutes. Unlike...

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College Application deadlines are approaching. Learn how to deal with them and be successful.

By Students, For Students: Everything You Need to Know About College Applications

Edward Wang, Guest Writer October 22, 2019

College application season is currently underway, and it can be a confusing time for some students. This guide will hopefully clear up some common questions about the application process and provide tips. To...

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From left to right, Geoffrey Aronsky, students Alejandro Hernandez and Christian Rodriguez, Principal Pete Fries, and student Marisela Sanchez.

Remembering Geoffrey Aronsky

Edward Wang, Staff Writer May 31, 2019

Cam High's Work Experience and QuickBooks teacher, Mr. Geoffrey Aronsky, recently passed away after around five months in hospice care. According to Aronsky's family website, he was born in the Bronx...

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The SAT Reading Section can be difficult for some students so here are some tricks to handling it.

By Students, For Students: The Reading Section of the SAT

Edward Wang, Guest Writer May 29, 2019

The SAT Reading section is arguably one of the hardest sections in the overall examination. It also happens to be the first section you will encounter. The reading section contains 52 questions (five...

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Majority of high school students take the SAT so here are some tips to keep in mind while taking the exam.

By Students, For Students: General Tips to Keep in Mind During the SAT

Edward Wang, Staff Writer May 29, 2019

Here are some very general SAT tips that can be applied to a practice SAT or the real deal. 1. Use process of elimination to narrow down your choices, but make sure you have solid reasoning behind your...

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It is important to prepare before taking the SAT.

SAT Tips: Before the SAT

Edward Wang, Staff Writer May 13, 2019

There are many tips and tricks that I have personally used on the SAT. For the purpose of this guide, I have broken this guide up into multiple articles. This specific guide contains tips for before taking...

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SAT is an important test high school students normally take during their junior year for college applications.

By Students, For Students: an Introduction to the SAT

Edward Wang, Staff Writer May 7, 2019

The SAT, along with SAT Subject Tests, is one of the most popular and important examinations that students take as they apply to college. Format of the SAT The SAT examination has four (five if the...

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This year, Cam Highs mock trial team placed 6th out of 30 teams.

Cam High’s Mock Trial Team Places 6th After Making it to Semi-Finals

Edward Wang, Staff Writer March 10, 2019

This year, Cam High's Mock Trial Team reached the semi-finals before losing to Trinity Pacific Silver and Saint Bonaventure High School. Mock Trial is an extracurricular and academic competition where...

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The Special Olympics game was played at Cam High on Feb. 13, 2019.

Cam High’s Unified Sports Team Plays Simi Valley

Edward Wang, Staff Writer February 21, 2019

Cam High and Simi Valley High School's students with special needs recently participated in a basketball game arranged by the Special Olympics Unified Sports Club. The event took place in Cam High's...

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Students were acknowledged for multiple academic achievements at Cam Highs Renaissance Rally on February 12, 2019.

Cam High’s First Renaissance Rally and Ceremony

Edward Wang, Staff Writer February 12, 2019

Cam High recently hosted its very first Renaissance event, designed to recognize students and staff for their improvement and achievements. The event took place on Feb. 8, during fifth and sixth period....

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Cam Highs  yearbook students at work in D-1.

Changes are Coming to Cam High’s Yearbook

Edward Wang, Staff Writer February 4, 2019

This year, Cam High's yearbook class will be developing a more refined and updated version of the yearbook under a new adviser, Ms. Roberta Castro. Castro, and the yearbook staff have many new ideas...

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Remind will soon be suspending its text message service to Verizon customers due to a fee that imposes too much cost on Remind.

Remind App Retracts Free Services for Verizon Wireless Users

Edward Wang, Staff Writer January 23, 2019

Remind -- an app commonly used by teachers for easy communication with students -- has recently announced that their free service will no longer be extended to Verizon Wireless users. The Remind team...

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