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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Cam High has three independently operating bell schedules.
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Cam High Decides to Keep Current Bell Schedule

Victor Dominguez, Editor in Chief June 3, 2022

In an attempt to accommodate WASC requirements for the school to integrate wellness and intervention time into class periods, Cam High administrators and teachers introduced the hybrid schedule for the...

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Cam High Girls Volleyball

New Beach Volleyball Team Arises

Maya Garcia, Staff Writer February 10, 2022

As Cam High's volleyball team wins league championships for Camarillo High School, the newly founded beach volleyball arises for their season. The head coach leading this new beach volleyball team is Dani...

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Cam High students begin to gather at the Quad just outside of the Cafeteria to attend Club Rush. Despite construction blocking most of the open space, all the clubs that wanted to attend were able to have a spot.

Second Semester Club Rush: Promoting Student Involvement

Serena Avila and Victor Dominguez February 10, 2022

Cam High started its second semester by promoting school and community involvement through Club Rush, a biannual event sponsored by ASB (Associated Student Body), where many clubs and organizations can...

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How are Seniors Feeling About College Applications?

Ella Gietzen, Managing Editor February 7, 2022

Throughout the past year, seniors have been strenuously working on college applications and essays. Applying, deciding where to go, or if you even want to go, can be one of the most difficult decisions...

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Extra! Extra! Stinger Staff News

Serena Avila, Staff Writer February 1, 2022

There have been many changes in the schedules and classes of many students at Cam High starting the second semester. Regrettably, many of the Stinger staff were not exempt from this treatment. On news...

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Covid-19 at Cam High: Staying Safe and Healthy

Cinthia Gonzales, Staff Writer January 31, 2022

Following a surge in Covid-19 across the country over the winter holidays and a return back to school at Cam High, COVID-19 infections have been spreading throughout Cam High, where many teachers, students,...

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A number of silicon chips are depicted, scattered and stacked on top of each other.

Stinger Rewind: The Silicon Scarcity

Serena Avila and Victor Dominguez 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...

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An image with physical renditions of a number of cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin.

Cryptocurrency Boom and its Derivatives

Rafael Diaz, Writer January 14, 2022

This past year cryptocurrency has become more relevant.  Cryptocurrency has been increasing in value ever since the first cryptocurrency entered the market. That currency was Bitcoin and it first became...

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Vice Principal Mr. Harlow reads some of his book, Enralak to students

Scorps Spotlight 42: James Harlow Author Talk on New Book, “Enralak”

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...

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A page from The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Should Books with the “N-word” be Taught in Schools?

Serena Avila, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

To Kill a Mockingbird and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn--what do these two books have in common? Both are novels from long ago, released in 1960 and 1880 respectively. They are known for their...

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Students during the individual round of Math Clubs junior math competition.

Cam High Middle School 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...

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Cam High STUNT Team 2021-2022

Cam High STUNT Team 2021-2022

Ella Gietzen, Staff Writer December 1, 2021

The Cam High STUNT team is back for the 2021-2022 season after being cut short during their 2019-2020 season, due to COVID-19. STUNT is an emerging sport that was adopted by high schools and colleges in...

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