A Project for Better Journalism chapter


New Literary Journal Published by CCHS Students

June 24, 2020 6:18pm | Brandon Kim

This past May witnessed the publication of the first edition of YAWP, a new, homegrown literary journal aimed primarily at high school and college students.  This is a journal founded by me and two of my peers – Yuhki Hirano and Aliah Fabros, both of […]

Remembering Kobe

February 27, 2020 8:46pm | Juliette Healy

JANUARY 26, 2020 – Los Angeles’ beloved Kobe Bryant died at age 41 in a helicopter crash in the hills of Calabasas.  He died alongside his daughter (Gianna, aged 13) and seven others: John Altobelli, Keri Altobelli, Alyssa Altobelli, Christina Mauser, Sara Chester, Payton Chester, […]

Youth Forum: The Race for District 2 Comes To Culver High

February 27, 2020 4:36pm | Allyn Matheson

Lately, just about everyone has been hearing about the heated presidential election. It’s all over the news and social media, with candidates trying to convince you to vote for them. But an election that is just as important to the people of Los Angeles is […]

CCHS Mock Trial’s Outstanding Performance at the Los Angeles Mock Trial Competition

January 31, 2020 4:39pm | Nicholas Yoo

Mock Trial is one of the most unique and engaging clubs, providing an experience like none other at Culver City High School. An invaluable opportunity is supplied to students to immerse themselves in the American judicial process, allowing one to utilize teamwork, rational thought, and […]

Testing Day Takes a Big Step in the Right Direction

January 24, 2020 2:02am | Matthew Cowan

Testing day. We all experienced it: the constant reminders from teachers, the emails to our parents, and of course wondering what our school’s first attempt at such an event would be like. The tests were different for each grade level – freshmen took the ACT […]

The Lord of the Flies Review: Both Moving and Timely

January 22, 2020 7:00pm | Allyn Matheson

Every year, AVPA Theatre and The Blurred Vision Theatre Company give the Culver City community breathtaking performances. They showcase the talent that is present in our students at Culver High. This year, they did an adaption of William Golding’s Lord of the Flies. In this […]

How Andrew Yang Can Solve America’s Political Divide

January 10, 2020 4:59pm | Sam Schuette

In 21st century America, politics almost always divide instead of bring together. Democrats and Republicans continuously attack the opposition and the rift between the two parties grows increasingly larger by the day. Admittedly, political divisiveness isn’t always a bad thing. It inspires further discourse and […]


January 9, 2020 8:50pm | Ryanne Biernat

The second semester for seniors is always more challenging than the first. We all start to feel the creeping mood of “senioritis”, or in other terms, wanting to finally break free. Still, most seniors enjoyed their time at Culver City High School, many by being […]

Earthwatch Ignite LA

November 22, 2019 4:45pm | Sascha Goldsmith

This summer, I was accepted into the Earthwatch Ignite LA Fellowship program – basically, an all-paid toad catching, caterpillar collecting, butterfly netting adventure, but for serious scientists. For 12 days, seven other students from the LA area and I, along with researchers and professors studying […]

CCHS Students Tackling Homelessness

November 21, 2019 8:51pm | Nicholas Yoo

There is a plethora of amazing clubs at Culver City High School. From cultural unions to Dungeons and Dragons, there is sure to be a club that can pique anyone’s interests. Amongst this vast array of clubs, few dare to be as proactive and as […]