Thirty-three of our Cardinal seniors are eligible to receive the Golden State Seal Merit Diploma. Since 1997, the State Board of Education and the State Superintendent of Public Instruction have awarded this honor to students who demonstrate mastery of at least six subject areas of high school curriculum. For meeting the eligibility requirements, these 33 students will receive diplomas affixed with a gold, embossed seal … Continue reading Thirty-Three Golden Cardinals
It takes dedication and drive to be in the top 15 of any senior class. These students stay up late, complete their assignments, and work diligently to improve their academic abilities. On Saturday, June 9th, they will walk across the stage, shake hands (or hug) Dr. Gutierrez and other district and community dignitaries, and officially fly the nest onto their next adventure. For these students, … Continue reading Cardinal City’s Top Students
According to Dictionary.com, a relationship is a connection, association, or involvement between people. Over the course of our lives, if we are lucky, we create these relationships with bonds that stand the test of time. These students are well on their way with the friendships and relationships they have with one another. Katrina Rosas and Stephanie Ojeda Alexia Aguilar and Karol Chavez Javier … Continue reading Then and Now
Hey Cardinal City Seniors! Most of you came to San Bernardino as Freshmen…going from the big dog at Middle School to the underdog in high school. Most of you have grown into the mature, young adults, ready and raring to go take on the real world. During your time here, you’ve grown emotionally, mentally, and some of you have grown and changed physically. Here are … Continue reading Senior Year Looks Good on You!
Over the past four years we have experienced many amazing events – some have made a lasting impression on us while others (the often forgotten Synergy Day) have faded with time. So before we walk across that stage and begin the next chapter of our lives, let’s stroll down memory lane and recount some of these moments. Let’s begin with an easy one – the … Continue reading The Past Four Years
On June 9th, 2018 at Cal State San Bernardino’s Coussoulis Arena, the first generation of San Bernardino High School’s Law & Society pathway will walk across the stage and receive their diploma. The Law and Society pathway focuses on law, International Trade and Politics vs Government. Students in this taking these courses also learn the importance of giving back to our community. Mr. Wingo, the Law … Continue reading Law and Society’s First Graduating Class
During the last rally of the 2018 year, we saw Kimberly Leonardo pass her title to the newly elected Cardinal City Mayor, Jhunelyn Parafina! Jhunelyn is our first Asian mayor to serve our great Cardinal City. She is already showing she will be a great leader and understands her duties as Cardinal City Mayor. Reflecting on her role for next year, Mayor Parafina said, “Winning … Continue reading Newly Elected Mayor to Cardinal City
Teachers have a huge impact on students. Sometimes that impact is deep and heartfelt and sometimes it is light-hearted and fun. Here are some of the best memories San Bernardino High School’s Class of 2018 has of their teachers! Favorite Teacher Memories: – Arguing about dogs with Ms. Olsen – Christopher Ruiz – When Ms. Munoz wrote me a letter to give me encouragement when … Continue reading Seniors’ Favorite Teacher Memories
Seniors, you voted…and the results are in! Here are the 2017-2018 Senior Superlatives! Most Likely to Win the Lottery and Lose the Ticket: Aylin Hipolito and Rodolfo Sanchez Most Likely to Trip at Graduation: Enrique Villanueva, Nelson Parada, Tyler Pierson, & Daniel Laing Most Likely to Become a Ninja: Valerie Jimenez & Angel Hurtado Most Likely to Study Last Minute: Karen Campos & Javier Molina … Continue reading Senior Superlatives
The class of 2018 is a very diverse group of students, with different tastes and preferences in many areas of life…however, there were some areas – specifically pop culture in which there was agreement. In a poll taken from the Senior Survey, seniors were asked to choose their favorite TV show, movie, song, book, teacher, and social media platform. While there was no agreement on … Continue reading Class of 2018 Top Picks!