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A Diamond in the Rush [Slideshow]

A Diamond in the Rush [Slideshow]

Brooke Wheeler, Staff Writer

September 19, 2017


Filed under Clubs & Organizations, clubs/programs, Features, Showcase

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...

Scorps Spotlight 20: Sathya Raminani

Scorps Spotlight 20: Sathya Raminani

Alyssa Viviano, Staff Writer

June 14, 2017


Filed under Features, Scorps Spotlight, Scorps Spotlight

While most students his age would be finishing out eighth grade and nervously anticipating their arrival to high school, 12-year-old Sathya Raminani is currently attending Cam High as a ninth grade student to pursue a higher education at a faster pace than his peers. In sixth grade, Raminani took...

Scorps Spotlight 19: Ms. Tawney Safran

Scorps Spotlight 19: Ms. Tawney Safran

Rachel Ryan, Staff Writer

June 14, 2017


Filed under Scorps Spotlight, Scorps Spotlight

Cam High social science teacher and swim coach, Mrs. Tawney Safran, strives to inspire students to ponder and experience life and history. Safran, who grew up in Oxnard, obtained a bachelor's degree in Global Studies and Spanish from UCSB and a Master's degree in education from Pepperdine University....

Scorps Spotlight 18: Joyce Seok

Scorps Spotlight 18: Joyce Seok

Iris Shim, Staff Writer

June 13, 2017


Filed under Scorps Spotlight, Scorps Spotlight

Voted "Jill of all trades" in this year's yearbook, senior Joyce Seok doesn't fail to live up to that title. Seok has spent her years at Cam High taking 16 AP classes, obtaining a 4.7 grade point average on a 5.0 scale, and participating in a variety of extracurricular activities, granting her with...

Cam High’s Video Production Class: Through the lens with storytelling

Cam High’s Video Production Class: Through the lens with storytelling

Rachael Ryan, Staff Writer

June 13, 2017


Filed under clubs/programs, Features, Showcase

Cam High's video production class is passionate about creating informative and entertaining material. The personalities of the members, editors, and video operators work during third period under the supervision and guidance of Mr. Michaeltore Smith. Each week, 31 students are split into groups resp...

Evolution of Wood Shop

Evolution of Wood Shop

Alyssa Viviano, Staff Writer

June 13, 2017


Filed under clubs/programs, Features

With his background in product design, toy design, and inventing, Mr. Peter Watchel, Cam High's new Wood shop teacher, is busy planning a new curriculum and gathering teaching materials for his Wood shop students this year and years to come. Watchel started augmenting the Wood shop program after ...

Faces From Around the World

Faces From Around the World

Rachael Ryan, Staff Writer

May 19, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

Students visiting from all over the globe peppered Cam High's halls for the last few months. For three weeks, 33 Germans visited through the German American Partnership Program (GAPP) and, throughout this year, six other foreign exchange students joined the student body. Below contains a glimpse into the ...

A Serendipitous Evening [Slideshow]

A Serendipitous Evening [Slideshow]

Nick Garcia, Photography Editor

May 17, 2017


Filed under events, Features, Showcase

  Fairy lights adorned the scene and music filled the air as Cam High's senior class filled Prom on Saturday evening. The event's theme was "Serendipity": the occurence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way. The night began with students boarding 13 charter buses an...

Freedom in Training

Freedom in Training

Emma Brock and Alyssa Viviano

May 15, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

While college application season often involves a great deal of discipline, hard work, strict schedules, and back-breaking academic rigor, these requirements are not out of the ordinary in the lives of many military-bound students at Cam High. Roughly 1.7% percent of Cam High seniors from the 2016...

Leaping in to the Great Unknown

Leaping in to the Great Unknown

Kristi Chu and Chun-Tzu Huang

May 11, 2017


Filed under events, Features, Showcase

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 students visited Cam High on Thursday, Mar. 30, to give advice to high school students on their futur...

A Day of Heritage: A Brief History of Cinco de Mayo

A Day of Heritage: A Brief History of Cinco de Mayo

Haelley Hogan and Gaberiel Delacruz

May 6, 2017


Filed under events, Features, Showcase

Cinco de Mayo has a rich history, rooted in Mexico that has now spread into the melting pot of the United States culture. As the day approaches, the story of the fifth of May is brought into the spotlight. In the United States, Cinco de Mayo commonly misconceived as Mexico's Independence Day, commem...

Scorps Spotlight 17: Cameran Bahnsen

Scorps Spotlight 17: Cameran Bahnsen

Emma Brock, Staff Writer

May 1, 2017


Filed under Scorps Spotlight, Scorps Spotlight, Showcase

Cameran Bahnsen, senior, is making history on and off the court with her academic achievements and basketball records. This semester, varsity basketball coach Mike Prewitt paid a visit to the Bahnsens' house and informed Cameron and her parents that she had been awarded the John R. Wooden Player of...

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