Samantha Ramirez: Salutatorian

Samantha Ramirez is one of our Salutatorians and is graduating with a 4.54 GPA. Maintaining her grades while participating in extracurricular activities such as Sobobans, National Honors Society, Spanish Honors Society, Big Brother/Big Sister, the Secretary of Power to Change, and participating in Miss Cardinal (and being recognized as Miss Congeniality) is truly a balancing act not many can accomplish. Her dream for the future … Continue reading Samantha Ramirez: Salutatorian

Jessica Aguirre: Salutatorian

Jessica Aguirre is one of the two salutatorians from the class of 2018. She is 18 years old and takes pride in graduating from San Bernardino High School. She is involved in Sobobans, Renaissance, Alma’s, AVID Club, and Power to Change. She recalls that as an incoming freshman four years ago, she was excited to come to SBHS. Her sisters were SBHS graduates and she … Continue reading Jessica Aguirre: Salutatorian

Elijah Payne: Valedictorian

Elijah Paine did NOT flunk middle school. He didn’t have straight A’s, either. English was, and always has been, his worst subject. His elementary teachers neglected the subject in elementary school, and instead focused on science and math, hence his difficulty in English but his ‘natural talent’ in the others. In 6th grade, he was placed on Academic Probation at Richardson Preparatory. He was only … Continue reading Elijah Payne: Valedictorian

SBHS Students are Prepared for Emergencies

On Thursday, April 26th, San Bernardino High School’s First Responders Pathway organized, prepared, and put on an Emergency Preparedness Fair in the Cardinal City Arena. The student-run event is an annual collaboration between Mrs. Wilson, the pathway’s sophomore and junior English teacher, and Mr. Battle, the First Responder pathway’s CTE teacher. Planning for the event began at the beginning of the year. Students conducted research … Continue reading SBHS Students are Prepared for Emergencies

Cinco de Mayo – An American Celebration of a Mexican Battle

Cinco de Mayo – a day rarely celebrated in Mexico and yet it is a day that is widely known and celebrated in America. It is the day that Mexico won a battle that was thought to be impossible to win. It was the Battle of Puebla where 1,000 loyal Mexicans fought over 6,000 French soldiers. Mexico prevailed, having only lost 100 soldiers whereas the … Continue reading Cinco de Mayo – An American Celebration of a Mexican Battle