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Bruins lose 17-10 to Mountain View at the homecoming game

Olivia Jones

October 21, 2018


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The SCHS homecoming game against Mountain View was this Friday, and though the Bruins fought hard, recurring errors kept them from achieving victory. “I think it went pretty well, but it could have gone better,” junior defensive back Joseph Hernandez said. “There were a lot of mistakes, but that...

OPINION: Why the public is outraged over Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation

Mariam Bachar

October 16, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Other Top Stories, Recent Stories

On Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018, the Senate confirmed Brett Kavanaugh as the new Supreme Court Justice, which left many people angry and disappointed. It’s reasonable to say few like the idea of having a potential criminal seated in the highest court in the U.S. Last summer, on July 9, 2018, Kavanaugh was ...

OPINION: This year’s homecoming spirit week days are lacking popularity

Vy Ho

October 15, 2018


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Corrections: 10/15/18 at 8:52 pm. Graf three, line one: "Oct. 19" to "October 9" 10/16/18 at 9:40 pm. Graf three. "In previous years there was no need for a video because students knew what to wear. This year’s confusing and bland spirit days necessitate clarification." to "It seemed like the video was released ...

Administration implements attendance awards to decrease SCHS’ truancy

Alina Jafri

October 13, 2018


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This year, SCHS administrators implemented attendance awards to cut the school’s truancy in half and encourage students to succeed academically. Besides increasing home visits and conferences to enforce better attendance, administration plans to reward students who are doing the right thing, Vice Principal...

SCHS wins division of Race to Submit, a contest enforcing financial aid applications

Samantha Alde

October 9, 2018


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Santa Clara High School recently participated in a statewide contest called Race to Submit, which was held from October 2017 to March 2018. The contest was created to encourage students to apply for financial aid, potentially helping them pay for college. Last Thursday, SCHS Principal Gregory Shelby...

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