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Setting the Spotlight on Drama

Drama is a sixth period class offering opportunities to those interested in acting and stage direction.

Liberty Klingebiel, Staff Writer

January 6, 2020

Cam High's sixth period Drama Class, run by Mr. Daryl Myers, gives students the opportunity to express their inner actor or actress. On an average day, the class begins with trust exercises for students to build a strong relationship with one another. They then transition into other drama activities...

BATA’s New Business: Here’s the T(ea)-Shirts

This year, Cam High's BATA started their own business company that designs and sells merchandise to organizations.

Ella Menin, Staff Writer

October 18, 2019

The Business and Technology Academy (BATA) at Cam High, recently kick-started a student-run business that designs and creates t-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, and other merchandise for clubs and organizations. Mr. John Foster, BATA teacher at Cam High, believes the program is beneficial for his students...

Junior Girls take the Class of 2020’s Cabinet by Storm

3 of the 5 girls in the 2020 class cabinet. Pictured: Krystal Jensen, Audrey Knight, and Ashlyn Valles. Not Pictured: Angel Lazaro, Jenny Kim.

Jareth Primm, Staff Writer

May 28, 2019

This year, the class of 2020 had an all female class cabinet, which has not happened since 2000. The junior class of 2020 focused on being open about new ideas and talking with the student body. The cabinet worked hard throughout the year to maintain a steady communication line with their class and...

Painting the Town Green, Naturally

The Naturally Green mural located in the school cafeteria.

Aishvari Trivedi, Social Media Editor

December 17, 2018

Members of Cam High’s environment-oriented club, Naturally Green, recently painted a mural in the school cafeteria with the intent to beautify the area while also raising awareness about nature. Ms. Tawney Safran, adviser of Naturally Green and AP European History teacher, proposed the idea to her...

Gay-Straight Alliance Club Promotes Acceptance and Individuality

Kayla Stevenson (left) and Bethany Diaz (right) of the GSA club hold a pride flag.

Photo by: Ian Lattimer

Lauren Peterson and Ella Menin

October 30, 2018

The Gay-Straight Alliance club (GSA) is one of many clubs Cam High has to offer, and GSA focuses on the gay community and its acceptance within the Camarillo community. At Cam High, many members of the LGBTQ+ community are comfortable with their identity, but those who are not can find a safe-...

What’s Your Club Type?

Students enjoying and discovering new clubs at Club Rush on September 21, 2018

Ian Lattimer, Staff Writer

September 24, 2018

Cam High hosted over 40 student run clubs on Friday, Sept. 21, in its annual Club Rush event at lunch in the quad. Club Rush is an event that allows clubs to present themselves and encourage new members to join. Every year, a wide range of clubs participate in this event, from service clubs to entertainment...

The Earth is Naturally Green, Let’s Keep It That Way

Photo By : Catherine Wolfe (from left to right) Kellen Barsley Junior, Jonathan Lao Junior , and Jon Puno Junior presenting a pizza box microwave at naturally green celebration.

Marcella Barneclo, Staff Writer

May 2, 2018

Cam High’s environmentally friendly club, Naturally Green, hosted an Earth Day event on April 20, 2018 to raise awareness about student’s carbon footprint and their impact on the community. Earth Day is a worldwide event on April 22 that promotes environmental protection and preservation. This i...

Cam High’s Math Club Places First in their First Competition

Photo by: Ms. Brandae Rossini  The math club stands with their first place plaque.

Lauren Brown, Staff Writer

March 2, 2018

Members of Cam High's Math Club competed against other schools in the Ventura College High School Math Competition. On Feb. 24, Cam High took first place in the group competition. They competed against eight other schools, with four students placing in the top 18 on the individual tests. Carl...

Robotics Team is Programmed for Victory

Robotics team gathers around their robot at week 2 of construction.

Marcella Barneclo, Staff Writer

February 28, 2018

Cam High has seen the recent addition of a Robotics Club — founded and formed by junior Justin Terryberry, club president. Currently, there are 13 members that meet on Wednesdays after school, with additional sessions on Saturday and Sunday. Terryberry developed the club with the assistance of Mr. ...

A Diamond in the Rush [Slideshow]

A Diamond in the Rush [Slideshow]

Brooke Wheeler, Staff Writer

September 19, 2017

The quad was flooded with eager students looking to join organizations that pique their interests at Cam High's annual Club Rush commenced during lunch last Friday, Sept. 15. Club Rush is an event that allows Cam High's various clubs to advertise themselves and encourage students to become members. Clubs distrib...

Fighting for Freedom

Liberty in North Korea club held a boba fundraiser in front of the school. Profit was donated to the organization.

Iris Shim, Staff Writer

April 18, 2017

From selling corsages for homecoming to food after school, the Liberty in North Korea (LiNK) club works together to aid North Korean refugees who are not born with the same fundamental rights as the average American. LiNK is a non-profit organization that works to raise money to help North Korean...

Teaching, Not Preaching

Photo from the Public Domain

Gaberiel Delacruz, Staff Writer

December 16, 2016

A place of open arms, housing a group of students with a mission to learn about the Bible in a safe zone for Christians: This is the environment that the Answers Bible Club envisions for themselves. The club was founded over 20 years ago by a group of young high school students at Cam High who wanted...

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