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CAHSEE-ya later!

February 26, 2016 3:36pm |

CCHS students now have one less thing to stress about because the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) has been eliminated. Since 2006, all High School students in California have been required to pass the CAHSEE in order to graduate, but just this year, Senate […]

Infatuation or Love?

February 15, 2016 5:57pm |

High school students are prone to the idea of thinking that they are in love or love someone during these few years. However its not really love  but it’s simply the thrill and romantic idea of being in love that makes them think they are in love. The lines […]

Boys Basketball Starts the Season Strong

January 8, 2016 5:36am |

Everybody is optimistic about the Culver City varsity boys basketball team this season, as they begin their season stronger than ever, heading into league play next week. Led by their three senior captains, Isaiah Benson, Isaiah Njoku, and Kyle Johnson, the team is more confident […]

Are Worms the Solution?

January 8, 2016 5:33am |

About thirty percent of landfills in the U.S. are composed of plastics. This fact is alarming considering that plastic takes at least five hundred years to decompose naturally. Scientists and researchers have been taking new approaches in hopes of finding an eco-friendly solution to reduce […]

Culinary Class Gets Chopping Block For Now

December 28, 2015 6:43pm |

Behind the locked doors of room 14 sit several cold ovens and enough kitchen equipment to run a restaurant. It used to be a place where hundreds of students learned to cook and prepare menus. They catered events for students and staff. Some went on to […]

Enthusiasm + English = Mr. Owen

November 19, 2015 7:45am |

If you were lucky enough to have been placed in room 43 for your English 10 or English 11 class this year, then you’ve had the opportunity to meet the newest and one of the most enthusiastic teachers on campus, James Owen. As Jessica Stewart, […]

A Night Full of Music and Fright

November 14, 2014 9:53am |

On October 29th was the first Halloween Music Concert presented by AVPA Music Department. It started with a trick-or-treat event for children to come and find candy in a scavenger hunt around the Robert Frost Auditorium and at approximately at 7pm, the music concert started. […]

Boys Water Polo in playoffs for first time in five years

November 10, 2014 1:53pm |

Boy’s Water Polo has been experiencing an outstanding season due to their teamwork and senior leadership.  Culver City’s Varsity team is dominating Ocean League with a 13-5 record and have successfully qualified for playoffs for the first time in five years. After struggling last season, […]

Jules Moniz, Staff Writer

October 29, 2014 6:12pm |

Just your everyday High School student.

Ian Arguello, Staff Writer

October 29, 2014 12:16pm |

Hey guys! My name is Ian Arguello and I am a freshman at Culver City High School. I’m on the CCHS water polo team and on the UCLA swim team. I love eating penne pasta and also like to eat ice cream. My favorite show […]