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

Stinger Rewind: The Silicon Scarcity

A number of silicon chips are depicted, scattered and stacked on top of each other.
Serena Avila, Staff Writer January 14, 2022

Do you want to get a new computer? Or maybe a new car? Although you might want to upgrade your possessions, it might be especially difficult to do so right now due to the ongoing chip shortage. You may have heard the term chip shortage being used around by people and companies but. What exactly are...

Author Talk 2021: James Harlow on New Book, “Enralak”

Vice Principal Mr. Harlow reads some of his book, Enralak to students
Brittany Dolling, News Editor December 19, 2021

Cam High's library was full of over 200 students supporting their Vice Principal, Mr. Harlow, as he hosted an Author Talk on December 14th for his new book, Enralak. Harlow will be retiring as Cam High's Vice Principal at the end of the semester, but will continue to do something he loves- writing, and...

Cam High Middle School Math Competition

Students during the individual round of Math Clubs junior math competition.
Victor Dominguez, Managing Editor December 9, 2021

Thirty-two excited middle-school students from Monte Vista MS, Las Colinas MS, CAPE (Camarillo Academy of Progressive Education), Los Primeros School of Sciences and Arts, and Santa Rosa Technology Magnet gathered in two math classrooms at Cam High to participate in a puzzle math competition hosted by...

Scorps Spotlight 41: Mr. Stolte

Scorps Spotlight 41: Mr. Stolte
Ella Gietzen, Staff Writer December 1, 2021

Cam High's German teacher, Asher Stolte, is coming up on his 7th year teaching. Stolte has taught German for the past three years at Cam High. This year, he filled the shoes of previous Cam High Drama instructor, Daryl Myers. Stolte was born and raised in Fresno, California. He earned his Masters...

What’s Next for Naturally Green: One of Cam High’s Biggest Clubs

Naturally Green Members on Hike
Ella Gietzen, Staff Writer November 17, 2021

One of Cam High's most popular clubs on campus, Naturally Green, has kicked off the club this school year. The club's main focus is keeping the community, on and off campus, as environmentally friendly and healthy as possible, all while encouraging sustainability. Naturally Green's mission statement,...

Scorps Spotlight 40: Zoe Gonzalez

Zoe Gonzalez, Student Representative to the Board of Trustees
Rafael Diaz, Staff Writer November 12, 2021

As Cam High continues into the new school year, the seniors are getting ready to finally finish school and pursue higher education. Along with those students is Zoe Gonzalez, a Senior at Cam High. She participates in many extracurricular activities, and is an important voice in the community. She is...

Scorps Spotlight 39: Dr. Fennell

Dr. Fennell, new teacher at Cam High.
Serena Avila, Staff Writer November 5, 2021

Coming back to Cam High, the school welcomed many new students, and teachers. One of these new teachers is Dr. Fennell, a new Social Sciences teacher. He teaches Ethnic Studies and U.S History. Dr. Fennell earned his Education Doctorate from UCLA in 2019, but didn't have the end goal of being a teacher...

Club Feature: Gender-Sexuality Alliance

Club Feature: Gender-Sexuality Alliance
Victor Dominguez, Managing Editor October 18, 2021

One of many clubs revived for the 2021 school year following the Covid-19 pandemic is Cam High's GSA (Gender-Sexuality Alliance). Dozens of students gathered to attend GSA's second Friday meeting on October 8th, featuring a video and Kahoot game about LGBTQ+ history. Originally founded as the "No Hate...

Club Feature: KIWIN’S Club

KIWINS Club members at a beach in Oxnard after participating in a beach cleanup there!
Brittany Dolling, News Editor October 14, 2021

Cam High is home to many clubs on campus, including the KIWIN'S Club. KIWIN'S main goal is to give back to the community and provide connections for Cam High students. First becoming an official club at Cam High in the 2012-2013 school year, it is still running to this day. The word KIWIN'S comes...

Scorps Spotlight 38: Song and Pom Captains

Scorps Spotlight 38: Song and Pom Captains
Lexie Uc, Staff Writer October 14, 2021

Cam High's Song Team is a dance team made of varsity dancers who cheer alongside the cheerleaders during both football and basketball games. The difference between each program is that Song does not use building techniques such as stunting. They solely dance and cheer, staying on the ground as their...

Is it Ethical to Thrift Clothing for Resale?

Going to thrift stores, usually referred to as thrifting, has dramatically gained popularity during the last few years, expanding the demographic of who tends to thift.
Felicity Fajardo, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

Thrift Shopping is great for the environment, as it prevents the ongoing struggles of pollution, waste, and destroys the idea of fast fashion, making it a great alternative to shop for clothing. However, due to new apps being created such as Depop, Thredup, Poshmark, etc, thrifting is becoming an...

Cam High’s Annual Rival Game against Rio Mesa

Curtsy of Mr. Montijo for this picture!
Ella Gietzen, Staff Writer October 8, 2021

For roughly 46 years, Camarillo's two across-town high schools have battled in a tough rivalry against each other. For what seems like forever, both schools have had intense competition. Friday, September 25th, Cam High continued the tradition of hosting the 46th annual rivalry football game played against...

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