El Rancho High offers 12 AP classes but trying to keep them from closing has become an increasingly concerning issue for the school.
Further steps are taken to tackle the adolescent mental health crisis
Following the release of a report by the US Preventive Services Task Force to screen children ages 12 to 18 for depression, students and Cynthia Olaya, school psychologist, discuss the importance of addressing students’ mental health.
Technology: A double-edged sword in classrooms
Technology can impact the ways students learn and retain information.
Opinion: Why you should spend your next summer on a college campus
Pre-touring a college campus can help students find the right fit.
How a fake courtroom became ground zero for the high school experience
At GALA, a unique combination of theatre and law has created an unprecedented community battling its way up the competitive rungs of California mock trial.
Q&A: High school life is stressful enough. How does a volleyball player handle it?
Volleyball player Ivan Limbo shares how he balances his busy schedule. He says it’s important to never give up on what you love.
Bloomberg Market Concepts: How students can improve their financial literacy in under a month
Bloomberg’s Market Concepts course teaches you how to work smarter not harder.
Opinion: Our school system needs to change
The education system must be reformed to address issues that prevent students and teachers from thriving academically and socially.
Mid-semester check-in for Marshall seniors
John Marshall High School’s class of 2023 weigh in on how their senior year is going so far.
Opinion: Schools should prioritize the sleep of their students
As high schoolers, we are asked to perform well academically while maintaining adequate physical and mental health. What if I were to tell you that schools are hindering our ability to achieve these goals?