By Ziclaly Belmont and Julissa Chia San Bernardino High School’s Lady Cardinals squared off against the Big Bear Bears on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2022. While they lost 4-1, they put up a valiant effort in the game, holding the Bears scoreless in the second half of the game. Next up for the 0-4 Lady Cardinals is a Mountain Valley conference game against the 1-2 Indian … Continue reading Lady Cardinals lose 4-1 to Big Bear Bears
By Ziclaly Belmont and Julissa Chia San Bernardino High School’s Cardinals hosted San Gorgonio’s Spartans on Thursday, December 1, 2022. This game was a non-conference home game for both teams. SBHS’s soccer team lost to San G, 3-1. With this loss, the Cardinals move to 1-2 on the season. They face off with Big Bear High School on Thursday, December 8, 2022 at 5pm. Highlights … Continue reading Cardinals lose to Spartans on the pitch, 3-1
By Jasmine Toolan and Julissa Chia On Sunday September 11th, 2022, some people broke into the campus, into the SBHS theater, and caused severe damages that might affect future performances of our students. The stage was splattered with paint on the floor, and the backdrop they use for the performances was ripped and splattered with paint. One of the rooms used to store the drums … Continue reading The Break-in at the Cardinal City Theatre
In a contest of wills and physical strength, the Cardinals faced off against the Jurupa Valley Jaguars on Friday, October 7, 2022. With a 32-20 win, the Bird Gang owns an overall 5-2 record and a league record of 1-1. Highlights Junior quarterback Xavier Alvarez was a perfect four for four in pass completion for a total of 95 yards. He also rushed for 88 … Continue reading Cardinals tame the Jaguars
Birds’ Eye View is a video series where we ask the question and our Cardinals answer. For this feature, we asked students to share the most hurtful thing someone has said to them. Here are their responses. Continue reading #BEV: What is the most hurtful thing someone has said to you?
Mr. Aguilar is a math teacher here at SBHS, and he sometimes DJ’s at school events. Before Mr. Aguilar started teaching here, he used to attend SBHS himself. He used to be temporarily on the soccer team, and he was also a part of the Mecha Club, however you won’t find him in the yearbook because he unfortunately isn’t there. How long have you been … Continue reading Alumni Feature: Mr. Jose Aguilar
Over the past couple of years, social media platforms such as Instagram, Pinterest, Tiktok, and even Twitter have become even more popular and are commonly used by teenagers and young adults. Teens often get influenced by the content that gets posted on these platforms; that content being music, entertainment, fashion, and more.This allows them to get inspiration and ideas from social media to express their … Continue reading Self-Expression through fashion