Increasing numbers of refugees come to San Diego yearly. The situation in Afghanistan has become worse with the Taliban takeover, resulting in the number of refugees increasing exponentially. Meanwhile, John Houston, the woodshop teacher for CHS, was having a hard time finding a meaningful project that would help his Woodshop 4 students increase their skills.
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The Christian High Car Club made its debut this semester with Dallas Posselli and Ryan Asmar as its founders. With both parties growing up around cars, this was a no-brainer for them their senior year. Social media apps have made modifying and building cars a major trend and many high schools around the country with
Senior Ainsley Anderson is the first girl to ever hold a Commissioner of Sports position at CHS! Along with Nolan Brown and Dylan Eads, Anderson’s job is to keep the student body updated on upcoming sporting events. She wants to keep the student section hyped during games and encourage every CHS student-athlete. Anderson wanted this
Senior Ryan Van Mouwerik recently earned the right to become part of a very small group of people who can call themselves an Eagle Scout. To put this achievement in perspective, since its inception in 1911, there have been more than 130 million children and teens participating in Boy Scouts of America. Only 4% of
Our 2020 grads finally got to celebrate their graduation with a drive-in ceremony. We hope this is the first and last time we’ll have to go this route for graduation, and in 2021 we should be back to our indoor, white dress and tuxedo tradition.
If you weren’t able to watch online live, be sure to watch here and celebrate with our incredible new alumni.
By Fiona Ostermann Due to the pandemic, we have not only experienced social limitations but unfortunate endings of sports seasons. Though this may be the end of 2020 spring sports, our coaches are looking forward to kicking off next year with big hopes for athletes. Questions from how to stay in shape all the way
This week marks the end of week 7 of Mobile learning. Our staff seems to really be in the swing of this now, and we’re enjoying having our remote staff meetings, and sharing tools, devotionals and staying connected in ways we never have before. We heading into May and rounding the corner toward the end of the school year and the many events that come along with it.
by Trevor Dixon, Editor-in-Chief Earlier this week during an assembly on the 25th of February, Mr. Conover was officially announced as Christian High’s Vice Principal and the newest addition to administration. The promotion came relatively soon after Mrs. Lanz was appointed Principal in January. The overall revitalization of administration leaders has been exciting for the
Last week the two missions opportunities were revealed to the student body during a Flex Assembly. One domestic trip to the Los Angeles Dream Center during spring break, and one International trip to northern Spain in mid-Summer. Many students have never gone on a missions trip and wonder the purpose. It’s been reinforced that it
At Christian High School, chapel is an integral part of the Christian experience and learning about God. There have been many changes in the fundamental parts of chapel. CHS will be seeing speakers come to our school that have been featured in performances, talks, and events viewed by millions of people. In a recent poll,
This Friday, the CHS Patriots will take on Mira Mesa High School as they fight to keep their undefeated title. Although the opposition is sure to provide a worthy challenge for the boys, we have confidence that the Patriots will take home another win to finish out Homecoming week. This year’s team is composed of a group of fiercely competitive, highly devoted young men who work hard to represent both Christian High School and Jesus Christ through their sport.