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Dance Production Amazes Audience at Open House

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Stacey Medina

November 20, 2019

Dancers in shiny, silver tops grabbed everyone’s attention on October 4, 2019 at the District Open House. Loud music filled the air and the dancers drew a crowd that was eager for entertainment. Dance Production was invited to appear at the Open House last weekend. The team used two routines that...

Students Preparation Leading to Dia de los Muertos

Students Preparation Leading to Dia de los Muertos

Clarissa Banuelos

November 20, 2019

The smell of freshly cooked pan dulce, the bright colors of the papel picado, and the decorated flowers all around altars. Pictures being put up to honor their loved ones after their passing. Dia de los Muertos also known as the Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico. It...

Varsity Volleyball Player Sibal Marvels Teammates

Clarissa Banuelos

November 19, 2019

The sound of the serve and the crowd going wild, chanting her name, “Belen! Belen! Belen!” as she aces the ball yet another time,  point after point. Belen Sibal continues to  shock her teammates on and off the court as a sophomore playing varsity. Her friends who support everything she does...

Long Time Best Friends Encourage One Another with Support

Kimberly Gonzalez

November 15, 2019

          Cross country and track runners Anahi Arellano and Leah Ortega continue to build longtime friendship by pushing each other as they cross the finish line. Friends since elementary Anahi and Leah have gotten the chance to see each other grow in both academics and sports. Anahi...

Varsity Volleyball Student Athlete Belen Sibal Amazes Students

Varsity Volleyball Student Athlete Belen Sibal Amazes Students

Clarissa Banuelos

October 10, 2019

The sound of the serve and the smell of the hotdogs, invade the room as Belen goes back to the serving line and aces the ball yet another time. Points after points, the crowd goes wild and chants her name, “Belen! Belen! Belen!”. Belen Sibal continues to shock her teammates on and off the courts....

LAHS Welcomes Middle School Debate League to Campus

LAHS Welcomes Middle School Debate League to Campus

Briana Trujillo

February 28, 2019

Los Altos welcomed middle schoolers from Orange County to host a debate tournament in which prospered to the Los Angeles County. On February 9, 2019, Los Altos High School hosted the Orange County Debate League (OCDL) Winter Classic Tournament for middle schoolers. Orange County middle schools such...

Junior Checks Designed to Help Student with College

Junior Checks Designed to Help Student with College

Kimberly Gonzalez

February 28, 2019

As difficult as the road to college may be for students to choose, counselors give guidance to them with junior checks. Junior checks are a source of help for students that are struggling with what they want for their future. As juniors, it is better for students to start as early as possible with...

An Athlete By Choice A Writer With Passion

An Athlete By Choice A Writer With Passion

Briana Munoz

February 28, 2019

From getting a press pass, sitting on the bleachers to being able to interview athletes face to face. Damien Alvarado has began to take his sports writing to another level. Alvarado started his sports writing career with little knowledge of writing sports when he was just a sophomore in high school. Journalism...

HOSA Spreads Awareness to Conqueror Pediatric Cancer

HOSA Spreads Awareness to Conqueror Pediatric Cancer

February 28, 2019

Health Occupational Students of America (HOSA) starts the semester off by spreading awareness of different types of pediatric cancers. On January 29, 2019, HOSA members created a video during lunch to spread awareness of different pediatrics cancers, such as, leukemia, neuroblastoma, and wilms tumor. Freshman...

Key Club Impacts The Community, Giving Back With Monthly Projects

Key Club Impacts The Community, Giving Back With Monthly Projects

Douglas Lin

December 18, 2018

There are many clubs on campus that focus on different academic subjects and career paths. The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) club on campus focuses on exploring potential fields of business while the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) focus on testing students’ knowledge in...

HOSA Donates To Adopt-A-Family Program

HOSA Donates To Adopt-A-Family Program

Megan Hackbarth

December 14, 2018

Los Altos’ Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Organization team is donating through the Adopt-A-Family Program to help children in need. HOSA is a nationwide organization whose mission is to promote health awareness and educational opportunities toward the empowerment of future leaders...

Student Showcases Original Choreography in Dance Concert

Elias Robles

December 14, 2018

Winter is here which means time for holiday showcases for the different programs a part of the LAEU. The dance team worked hard to put on their holiday show on December 13, featuring choreography made by students themselves. Students tried out for the chance for their choreography to be put in the...

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