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New SAT Changes

0 Comments 03 October 2014

By Sophia Ketring Staff Writer Attention all freshmen and sophomores that are planning on taking the SAT after March 2016: College Board will be making quite a few changes to the SAT, effective March 2016. Multiple changes are being implemented the SAT form for 2016 by College Board’s president David Coleman. Coleman has addressed many […]

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Common Core

0 Comments 03 October 2014

By Kieran Bauman Staff Writer Recently, San Diego Unified School District has had a major change in modus of operation. This change has taken the form of the new Common Core Standards. Most people have heard of this Common Core change, but not many realize what this means. “Common Core is a new set of […]

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Sports

REDemption

0 Comments 03 October 2014

By Shane Lynch Media Editor Last Friday, La Jolla’s varsity football team faced off against Clairemont, in what was dubbed Blast Off Part 2, the “REDemption.” Fortunately for La Jolla, the Vikings came out on top with a final score of 41 to 0. The game was met with a high number of spectators, eager […]

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Varsity Water Polo

0 Comments 03 October 2014

By Lucy Fitzmaurice Staff Writer At La Jolla High, all sports practices can be grueling. One sport that stands out above the rest is men’s water polo, coached by Tom Atwell, one of La Jolla’s social studies teachers. The team starts training during the summer, but the real commitment is the dreaded “hell week”, which […]

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Freshman Standouts 2014

0 Comments 03 October 2014

By Joseph Carroll Staff Writer La Jolla High School has many athletic teams, including badminton, baseball, basketball, cheer, cross country, field hockey, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track, volleyball, water polo, and wrestling. It is very difficult for freshmen to play on the varsity teams, since they have to compete with students who […]

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Features

New Cafeteria Food Changes

0 Comments 03 October 2014

By Kieran Bauman Staff Writer La Jolla High cafeteria food has seen some big changes to the menu this year, leaving many students confused. Marcia Rohrbaugh, cafeteria worker, stated “It was done for nutrition…. we needed less salt. These give us more balanced meals”. One major change was “more fresh fruits and vegetables, along with […]

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This is Halloween

0 Comments 03 October 2014

By Tristan Macelli Staff Writer Every Halloween, a flock of people come to La Jolla for a safe place to trick-or-treat. If you have ever been to La Jolla on Halloween, more specifically Bird Rock, you will know that it is a very popular place to be. Many La Jollans also come to Bird Rock […]

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