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
BTS is not the best KPOP group, EXO is. Fortnite is trash. If a female wants to do something with her body, it is no one else’s decision. Avengers Endgame is the worst movie ever. Star Wars should have stopped at one film. Spongebob should have ended a long time ago. Beyonce is overrated. White people aren’t the only racists. Trump should build the wall. … Continue reading Do You Agree With These Unpopular Opinions?
Thanksgiving is a day of family, food, and gratitude. A day where we take a moment to push aside the negativity and doubt in our minds and instead pause and reflect on the blessings we’ve been given, on the joy we experience in life. San Bernardino High School is no different. A random sampling of the staff and students on our campus reveals much about … Continue reading SBHS: A School Full of Thanks
Do you want to sit down and enjoy a good book? If your answer is “YES!” than Yallwest is the place for you! Yallwest is a FREE book festival held at Santa Monica High School every year. This year’s festival is on Saturday, May 5th. All the bookworms come out and have a blast: we get to interact with over 100 YA authors, TV, video … Continue reading Yallwest Book Festival
By SBHS Senior Have you ever just stopped to look around and just take in everything around you? Not many people bother taking time, even if it were just a minute or even a couple of seconds of their day to step aside and observe the environment that they are a part of everyday. If you were to do this, you’d be surprised at what … Continue reading Letter to the Editor
By SBHS Senior Artist: Stephanie Ojeda SBHS students have recently complained about ASB not communicating well enough with the students they are representing. They want their voices heard and their opinions to matter. Students want more events, to bring back some of our SBHS traditions, and to help the school in our fight to raise school spirit to the max! We have heard from many … Continue reading Is ASB Listening?