High school, the four years where the pressure is put on us by ourselves, our families, and society. There’s constant competition having the highest grade point average, SAT/ACT scores, and getting into the best college. Mental health is a topic that doesn’t get spoken about much or acknowledged as much as it should. Stress can be caused by a number of reasons ranging from one’s … Continue reading High School Takes a Toll
Imagine you are a student who is in an honors class. The teacher is lecturing and you were called on to answer a question. Then a student from your class interrupts you and the teacher. The student and the teacher make a scene that interrupts the class. Students disrespecting teachers is not okay and we need to create a solution to prevent students’ rudeness against … Continue reading Student Respect – An Issue?
If you want to have a movie marathon with family, friends or yourself, you might want to keep reading this article about movies that are great to watch. Avengers: Endgame This is an action movie, it has about 94% rotten tomatoes so it’s a good movie to watch with friends or family. It’s on DVD so you can watch it home. This movie is about … Continue reading Movie Marathon
By Faith Maquinales and Caleb Joyce Mr. Charles Oversby, a man with Viking in his blood, graduated from Rim of the World High School in 1976, then went on to Brigham Young University and graduated 8 years later. At the age of 26, he was done with his studies and had a life of teaching ahead of him. Before working at SBHS he worked at … Continue reading The retirement of Charles Oversby
By Jasmine Toolan and Daisy Medina One problem we have in our community is how careless drivers are in general, especially in school zones. Many don’t know how dangerous it is to be walking, especially after school hours. They would see students close to the crosswalk but instead of slowing down and waiting for their turn, they decide to speed up and make their turn … Continue reading Car and Street Safety
By Aniceta Felix and Rachel Felix We all know how hectic it can be to walk into high school not knowing what to do or what to expect. We took the time to go around and ask upperclassmen and teachers for their advice they’d like to tell our school’s freshmen. Many freshmen wanted to know how to ensure they get the best grades they can … Continue reading Advice to Freshman
Most students here at San Bernardino High School have the chance to hang out with friends in the quad during lunch, interact with their peers, and have more of a ‘hands on’ experience when they are in a classroom. But this experience, isn’t everyone’s. Junior Makenzie Ferguson was homeschooled for her first two years of high school. With only coming here to San Bernardino High … Continue reading Home to public : Makenzie Ferguson
At San Bernardino High School Administration seems untouchable, like these people who are just here to discipline students, the people who sit in the quad and yell at students to go to class. But is that all there is? Administration is made up of many people, but the amazing people I got to interview were Dr. Rosa Solorio, Dr. Stephon Brown, and Mrs. Persida Torres. … Continue reading Administration at SBHS: An inside view
By Jade Burch and Rachel Felix Littering around the school is noticed by the students and staff, although we do not talk about it enough or really at all. Whether it be an apple core or a cardboard tray, we need to clean up after ourselves. Byron Pastrana, 11, said that littering affects him because it makes the school look unprofessional. He suggests “enforce the … Continue reading Campus clean-up
Do we really need Daylight Savings Time? The reason we change our clocks an hour forward or backward is to make better use of the daylight. How does this affect the majority of the population though? “I feel like it’s only a thing for farmers, it doesn’t affect me. I don’t even feel like I get an extra hour of sleep during fall. I watch … Continue reading What daylight are we saving?