Different Christmas traditions you’ve probably never heard of

There are so many different Christmas traditions families celebrate. In California, the most common tradition is to make tamales and have a big family gathering on December 24th and the 25th. Another big one is that many families bake cookies and decorate gingerbread houses. You may be surprised when you hear about other traditions in other areas.  Here are some student traditions in SBHS. “We … Continue reading Different Christmas traditions you’ve probably never heard of

You’re not alone

A wellness center is an establishment that offers health services for the body and mind. The reason we need wellness centers is because people are struggling with suicide (12th leading death), depression (depressive disorder), trauma (emotional response), and need a place for people to feel safe and comfortable. These topics are really sensitive to talk about, but people are struggling and going through it everyday. … Continue reading You’re not alone

Expectations vs reality: underclassmen in high school

Growing up, we all saw glimpses of high school in the media. Movies like High School Musical, Grease, and so many others made us think of high school in a certain light, such as cliques, parties every weekend, and chaos unfolding left and right.  However, are these expectations true most of the time for anyone?  In order to find out, we asked people who are … Continue reading Expectations vs reality: underclassmen in high school

Time to reflect

It’s the end of the 2021-2022 school year. Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are preparing for their next grade level. (Un)fortunately for seniors, their high school years are coming to an end and they are venturing into the real world. These seniors had a four-year high school experience and they have something to tell. Cesar Arredondo is an athletic senior who ran Cross Country and Track … Continue reading Time to reflect

Alumni Feature: Mr. Jose Aguilar

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

Alumni Feature: Mrs. Ana Munoz-Combs

Mrs. Muñoz-Combs teaches Honors Trig, Calculus, and MRWC. She was very generous to sit with me and answer questions about her experiences while attending and graduating from San Bernardino High School (class of 1996), and how it led to her teaching here. How did you decide you wanted to be a teacher? Muñoz: I wanted to be a biochemistry major and then I had my … Continue reading Alumni Feature: Mrs. Ana Munoz-Combs

All About Senior Luis Rojas

Who is Luis Rojas? Luis Rojas is a current senior at San Bernardino High School. Rojas is a bright, outgoing, and energetic student. Most people would describe Rojas’ personality as adaptive and chill. “Luis is a cool person who you can get along with. He has a special type of humor, something not everyone is used to,” said senior Cesar Arredondo. __________ Childhood and School … Continue reading All About Senior Luis Rojas

Attack upon the minority

Disney CEO, Bob Chapek, has been funding hundreds of thousands of dollars towards Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill which many say is an attempt to erase all LGBTQ+ children by removing the action of teaching about the topic as a whole in schools within the state. This action has caused a lot of frustration and anger both among Disney employees and those outside of the … Continue reading Attack upon the minority