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 […]

Student Mural Project Comes Alive

June 17, 2020 6:29pm | Brandon Kim

Splashed onto the outside wall of the ceramics classroom, Culver City High School’s not-so-newest mural depicts a whole host of real-life superheroes of color, from Martin Luther King to Bruce Lee. Painted by a team headed by artists Martin Sernas Ortiz and Randy Santiago, the […]

Socially Distanced Protest

June 8, 2020 1:26am | Alice Lewicki

On June 5 as the bells of Veterans Memorial Building chimed noon an estimated 300 people gathered at Veterans park to peacefully show their support to the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. The unfortunate timing of this demand for social reform with the covid-19 pandemic […]

2020 Posse Scholars and the Posse Application Process

June 7, 2020 3:13pm | Sascha Goldsmith

CCHS gives a proud congratulations to the 2020 Culver High Posse Scholars, Elisa Ribordy, Brooklynn Hamilton, and Breanna Moitt!   In order to apply, rising seniors can fill out a CCHS application form or can receive a nomination from a previous Posse scholar or school faculty […]

Club Fair Filled with Unique Clubs

June 7, 2020 3:27am | Ivette Enriquez

Culver City High School had its second Club Fair of the year on February 4th. Usually there is only one Club Fair during a school year, but it was decided that people that weren’t able to visit the first time around would be able to […]

Culver Student-Led Protests

June 7, 2020 3:05am | Sascha Goldsmith

On the afternoon of Saturday June 6th, thousands of students, community members, and front-line health care workers marched from Culver City High School to Culver City Hall and back through the streets in order to protest racism and police brutality. As the sounds of beeping […]

All Lives Can’t Matter Until Black Lives Matter

June 6, 2020 5:37am | Sascha Goldsmith

Since the spread of the news of George Floyd’s cruel death by the hands of police brutality and racism, millions of people across the globe have banded together to protest the oppression of black communities in America in the absence of Federal leadership.  Protesters have […]

2020 Dem Debates

March 10, 2020 5:50pm | Naiima Paul

With the primary drawing closer, the stakes are rising for the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. The recent debates are some of the most tense examples. In the past few weeks, two Democratic primary debates were held, one in New Hampshire on February 7th and one […]

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, […]

Cheating Scandal Rocks MLB

February 27, 2020 8:45pm | Evann McDowell

A major MLB cheating scandal came to national attention about not one, but two, teams. While on their way to a World Series win in 2017, the Astros were stealing pitching signs from the opposing team during home games. This was through the use of […]