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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Xander Paul, sophomore at UC Berkeley, gives high school seniors advice about entering college.

Leaping in to the Great Unknown

Kristi Chu and Chun-Tzu Huang May 11, 2017

As the end of high school rapidly approaches for Cam High seniors, many find themselves in need of advice for their leap into the worlds of college and university. A panel of 16 undergraduate college...

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The Video Production class stands for the flag salute during third period homeroom.

From First to Third: The Homeroom Change

Kristi Chu, News Editor September 29, 2016

Homeroom was changed from first to third period this school year in order to better inform the student body of school information and events. The change was made because the announcements weren't...

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Senior prom concludes this years dances

Senior prom concludes this year’s dances

Kristi Chu and Morgan Menin June 7, 2016

[slideshow_deploy id='58187'] Donning evening tuxedos and floor-length gowns of every color, Cam High seniors and guests celebrated the graduating class's last high school dance at the Spanish Hills...

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Ms. Lori Pristera, ASB director, rallies the crowd during the Welcome Back celebration in September.

ASB Class Cabinet: Candidates Overview

Kristi Chu and Gaberiel Delacruz June 1, 2016

Students will vote today in their homerooms for their 2016-2017 ASB class cabinet. Positions contended include spirit director, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary. Next year's ASB president, Morgan...

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Mr. Near, adviser to the Mock Trial and JSA teams, teaches his Economics class.

Near awarded Teacher Adviser of the Year for Junior State

Kristi Chu, Staff Writer May 9, 2016

The JSA (Junior Statesman of America) Spring State Convention awarded Cam High teacher and JSA adviser, Mr. Shawn Near, the Teacher Adviser of the Year award for Southern California after four years advising...

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Party buses, limousines and ride services under stricter control

Party buses, limousines and ride services under stricter control

Kristi Chu and Chun-Tzu Huang May 5, 2016

Party buses and limousines have traditionally been a part of students' plans before various school dances, including homecomings, winter formal and prom- but have not been allowed on campus for the last...

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Crowds cheer during last years Aut2Run 5K and 10K hosted at CSU Channel Islands.

Racing for awareness

Kristi Chu, Staff Writer April 5, 2016

The Autism Society of Ventura County is holding its annual 'Aut2Run' 5K and 10K race on Sunday, April 17 at CSU Channel Islands. Cam High's team, created by SPED teacher Mrs. Tiffany Sahli, will run...

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Mr. Dowden teaches his newly formed Criminal Justice class fifth period. The class was recreated second semester of this school year after it was discontinued in 2005.

Justice Returns to Cam High

Kristi Chu, Staff Writer February 24, 2016

Thirty-eight students at Cam High added a new elective, criminal justice, to their second semester schedules. The formerly cancelled class, taught by social science teacher Mr. Bill Dowden during fifth...

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Camarillos Jonah Cottrell goes after a loose ball against Rio Mesa.

Rivalry for a cause

Kristi Chu, Staff Writer January 21, 2016

Spirited tension emanated from the Cam High gym bleachers as the Scorpion basketball teams faced their Spartan rivals on Saturday, Jan. 9. However, the vivacious atmosphere stemmed from not a championship...

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Scorpions talk about tonights game

Scorpions talk about tonight’s game

Kristi Chu, Staff Writer December 18, 2015

With the Cam High varsity football team's recent victory in the Regional playoffs against La Habra, the team has moved up to state playoffs. This CIF season has brought much excitement to Cam High, so...

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Jake Constantine on the field during a recent Scorpions football game.

Constantine suspended from earlier game, says he’s learned his lesson–will start tonight against La Habra

Kristi Chu, Staff Writer December 11, 2015

During the first half of the CIF-SS quarterfinal against Santa Maria-St. Joseph, Cam High's senior quarterback Jake Constantine, received two unsportsmanlike penalties. After the second, Constantine...

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The Empire State building in New York, lit in the colors of the French Flag after the shooting in Paris.

Paris Attacks: A Breakdown

Kristi Chu, Staff Writer December 2, 2015

A series of attacks, spanning across the entire city of Paris, left at least 129 people dead and 352 wounded on Friday, Nov. 13, 99 of whom are in critical condition. Three teams of terrorists targeted...

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