Leadership and Testing

What do you think of the role of student leadership in our school? Student government is a good way for teenagers to get a taste of what the real world is going to be like. At this age, they’re mature enough to make decisions and decide what’s best for them.  -Wong It’s good for students to want to make a

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Discipline

What do you think affects student behavior? The students’ behavior comes from many sources; their families, friends, teachers, and coaches. The students need to care about themselves and their school and to take pride in doing and behaving well. It definitely helps to be surrounded by others with good discipline and behavior. -Yoshimizu It is a combination of factors such

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Sports

Why do you think being in a club or sport is beneficial to students? It gives them a chance to succeed in a non-academic area. It also instills self-confidence and they learn to be a team player. Sometimes students get side tracked by spending too much time in non-academic areas and their grades can suffer. Time management is key. -Perez

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Promising Start for JV Girls’ Basketball

CATHERINE CHIANG Staff Writer With quite a few games under their belts already, the JV girls’ basketball team’s expectations are high. They are aiming to improve their Almont League standing from last year’s third place and hope to capture the championship title. Their hard work was rewarded in their first League game on Jan. 12 against Montebello High. Coming from

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Artists’ Anonymous Get Down with the 60’s

For the past months, the members of Artists’ Anonymous (AA) have been working on an exhibition influenced by 60’s styled visual art. Entitled “Kaleidoscope Eyes,” the collection consists of student-created artwork  inspired by the themes expressed in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s counter-culture movement. Currently on display at the AHS library, the exhibit features vibrantly colored collages, psychedelic paintings

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