The Roar

Students create YouTutor, a site for free virtual tutoring

YouTutor currently has 41 tutors and 30 students, serving both national and out-of-country students.

Emily Harvie

May 20, 2020

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, all schools in California and many other states have closed their facilities. Due to the shelter in place order, many students will not learn the full curriculum or have lost access to extra help with their schoolwork. Sophomores Rishab Gupta and Ethan Buriel,...

Girlz On Fire offers a safe space for girls in the Bay Area

Freshman Skarlette Smillie and her mother Sophina McDaniel created the “Girlz on Fire” group.

Chariah Williams

April 8, 2020

The transition from middle school to high school can be tough for many female students. Head of Youth Marketing and Communications freshman Skarlette Smillie and her mother Chief Creative Office and Lifestyle Coach Sophina McDaniel formed the advocacy group “Girlz on Fire” to give girls a safe place...

Student entrepreneurs: Junior Lauren Romard sells scrunchies at SCHS

Romard poses with her scrunchies. The products come in various colors and styles.

Kristina Liah

April 1, 2020

Junior Lauren Romard creates handmade scrunchies that she sells to her peers. What started off as a small hobby, has blossomed into a source of income. Romard started sewing in the eighth grade after her mother gave her her first sewing machine as a gift. She decided to learn by fixing holes in clothes...

Freshman Arwen Hirsch is the first female SCHS wrestler to place at CCS

(left to right) Coach Bronson Herrera, Coach Nick Garcia, Arwen Hirsch and Coach Junior Reyes pose at CCS.

Chariah Williams

March 20, 2020

On Feb. 22 freshman Arwen Hirsch became the first female wrestler at SCHS to place in the Central Coast Section. After a long day of matches, Hirsch placed 5th at CCS. According to Head coach Andrew Calderon, Hirsch was just two points away from going to State. “I was a little shocked,” Hirsch...

Sophomore Rishab Gupta develops new SCHS app with the hope to provide important information to every member of the Bruin community

Sophomore Rishab Gupta (left) has been working on the SCHS app (right) since his freshman year.

Emily Harvie

November 24, 2019

Students often depend on social media to stay informed about the activities offered at SCHS. While the use of various apps help many, they fail to reach everyone in the community. Sophomore Rishab Gupta said he noticed this problem and created an app where everyone can stay updated on the latest news. Gupta...

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