Cars Gone, Bikes On!

Rising global temperatures, polar ice caps melting, animal habitat damage; we hear this every single day. With more cars and motor vehicles used every day our atmosphere continues to be plagued with Carbon dioxide gas and other Greenhouse gases that always have a harmful effect on our environment and on us. But what can we do to help our environment and will anything we do even have any significan

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  • Hello world!
  • Spano the Man-o The 2016 CCEF teacher of the year at CCHS is Dr. Tony Spano. In his 18th year at CCHS, Dr. Spano is not just a music teacher, but also the C
  • Common Core: Does it really help you? To me Common Core is a test to which we take in every Math or English class to see if you meet the state standards of basic Math and English
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  • Shavit Melamed Shavit is a freshman at Culver City High School and some of her favorite hobbies include playing violin, acting, reading, writing, and liste
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  • Mr Mende, the man bun teacher Culver City's new teacher, known for his man bun, is World History and US Government teacher Elliot Mende from Sacramento, California. Duri
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  • Chloe Green Hey I'm Chloe and I've been writing for the Sports Section of The Centaurian since my freshman year. I was promoted to Sports Editor my soph
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  • Huma Manjra Hi guys! I'm Huma and I am a sophomore this year. I am most likely to be found at the gym playing basketball, at the library pondering throu

News

  • Cars Gone, Bikes On!
    Rising global temperatures, polar ice caps melting, animal habitat damage; we hear this every single day. With more cars
  • New Classes for Next School Year
    For many students, the news of the six new courses that are being introduced for the 2016-2017 school year is both excit
  • A New Beginning
    The grand opening of Julian Dixon Library on February 20th certainly did not disappoint Culver City residents as they wi
  • Is CCHS living up to it's expectations?
    According to Principal Dr. Cooper, Culver City High School supports “each and every student in achieving his/her poten
  • GIRLS CAN DO IT
    If you’re reading this before March 1, 2016 then you’re in luck, because you can’t sign up for this amazing p
  • CAHSEE-ya later!
    CCHS students now have one less thing to stress about because the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) has been eli

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Opinion

  • Common Core: Does it really help you?
    To me Common Core is a test to which we take in every Math or English class to see if you meet the state standards of ba
  • Infatuation or Love?
    High school students are prone to the idea of thinking that they are in love or love someone during these few years.
  • Senior Best? Or Senior Popularity Contest?
    “Senior Bests” is a big deal for most seniors and as a lot of students see it, it’s just a huge popula
  • Debunking a trip to Mars
    The idea of walking on Mars is quite breathtaking. But is it really possible to get to the red planet with all the risks
  • Love and Heartbreak
    When we are this young, our hopes of love are great, even if we know there is the possibility that it ends badly. The tr
  • Simply Asking Is Sweeter
    If I squint hard enough, I can still remember my first assembly as a freshman. I thought it was so entertaining and I lo

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