By Henry Kim and Diego Duarte Year over year, the world strains under a growing problem: refugees, displaced from their home countries in ever-increasing numbers. The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan in mid-2021 resulted in that number increasing exponentially. Meanwhile, John Houston, the woodshop teacher for Christian High was having a hard time finding a meaningful
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By Berlyn Balelo The Christian High School Cheer Squad is making history! This is the largest squad CHS has ever seen and the cheerleaders are thrilled to have opportunities to try things they haven’t been able to in the past. Squad Member Bella Hernandez loves the change. She says, “We get more opportunities to do
At first light on the morning of October 2, CHS Principal Susan Lanz and 230 fellow competitors began the Cuyamaca 100k. At the end of the grueling day’s work in the Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, Mrs. Lanz crossed the finish line after 62 miles with a time of 16:47:57.
Plans are now in the works for a brand new CHS baseball stadium to be named Shadow Mountain Park. After the baseball team’s stellar performance last year, winning Division 3 San Diego CIFs, and their history as a winning program, how encouraging for the team to play in a brand-new stadium.
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.
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