The Express

  • Football Defeats South Hills 42-7
  • "She Kills Monsters" Auditions August 27-29
  • Cheer Adds New Song Team
  • First Home Football Game Vs. Capo August 30 @7 in Badlands
  • Club Applications Available and Due Sept. 13
  • Boys Tennis Beats Mater Dei to Win Division 3 CIF Championships

Last Man Stretching

Last Man Stretching

Jonny Schniepp, Staff Writer

October 30, 2017

Yoga, a practice that is over 5,000 years old, has been exploding in popularity in recent years, especially here in Orange County and has semi-recently made itself into the course stream at SJHHS. It is safe to say that that the activity has been heavily predominated by females, even here at SJHHS....

Hunting In Style

Hunting In Style

Jackson Hirchag, Staff Writer

October 30, 2017

If there was a place with unparalleled hunting and breathtaking landscapes it would be Ruggs Ranch in Heppner, Oregon. Ruggs Ranch meets all hunting expectations and more. Unlike most public hunting grounds, each hunting area is full of thriving and healthy animals that are run at their own disp...

Flexible Seating with Flexible Arrangements

Flexible Seating with Flexible Arrangements

Juan Galindo, Staff Writer

October 6, 2017

When you walk into French teacher Linda Keeler's room, the first thing you will notice is that there are no classic desks or chairs. Instead, there is a hodgepodge of kitchen tables, bar stools, and beanbags. Over the summer, Madam Keeler asked for furniture donations for her flexible seating idea on ...

Stallions Studying Abroad

Stallions Studying Abroad

McKenzie M, A&E Editor

October 1, 2017

Traveling the world, speaking the native language, and immersing themselves in the culture: SJHHS students are taking their studies to the next level. Senior Genevieve Smith traveled to Lyon, France, known as the city of students, to live in a dorm for a month and learn more about the French language...

One Third of the Math Department Added

One Third of the Math Department Added

Trazer Hazen, Staff Writer

October 1, 2017

There is an unusual number of new teachers that have been added into the math department at SJHHS. George Rodriguez, the head of the Math Department said, “A third of the math department has been switched out in the past two years.” However, these new teachers have been a big help with making...

Habits To Avoid

Habits To Avoid

Dalton Flores, Clubs Editor

September 20, 2017

Like it or not, everyone has at least one bad habit. Whether it be academic, or simply just not cleaning your room. Sam Lockhart, a junior and also one of the captains of the cross country team, shared some of his bad habits and his advice to younger runners. Lockhart said, “I often become ov...

Bob is Back

Bob is Back

Trazer Hazen and Ethan Clarke

September 20, 2017

“It’s good to be back,” said Robert Nietzel, better known on campus as “Bob,” concerning last year, when he took a break from proctoring Nietzel seemed to vanish in the 2016-2017 school year, but administrators clarified that his absence was because of a surgical procedure. In a recent i...

Student Section and Cheerleaders Get FIRED UP!

Student Section and Cheerleaders Get FIRED UP!

Tatum Federman, Captions and Social Media Editor

September 20, 2017

SJHHS cheer team is starting a new school tradition for football games. “The new tradition is a chant and rally that involves the cheerleaders' and crowd's participation,” said varsity cheer coach Kelley Glidden. Every summer the cheer team attends the US Spiritleaders cheer camp in Costa Mesa. ...

Serrano Returns From Spain

Serrano Returns From Spain

Sam Newman and Grace Aitken

September 20, 2017

Last year SJHHS Spanish teacher Mr. Serrano took a year off to return to Spain. He spent the entirety of the 2016-2017 school year there showing his family his home country. Serrano has come back after a year to return to teaching Spanish at SJHHS. He felt that it was important to show his children, Juanito, 12 ...

New Teachers on Campus

Juan Galindo, Dalton Flores, and Logan Chavez

September 20, 2017

The 2017-2018 school year came with a new building, a new parking lot, and new staff members. Here at SJHHS, we have 12 new teachers ready to teach in the 2017-2018 school year. Our newest addition to the language department, Ms. Keane, has come all the way from the East coast. Keane said, ...

The Ladies Behind the Mic

The Ladies Behind the Mic

Libby Gorton and McKenzie M

September 20, 2017

As soon as the tutorial bell rings, students wait to listen to their daily announcements over the speaker; the peppy voices behind these messages are Brianna Rodriguez and Taylor Schwalbe. As it is her first year, Schwalbe is learning to do the announcements with Rodriguez's help. “The fir...

What the Mormon Faith Will Mean for These Graduating Seniors

What the Mormon Faith Will Mean for These Graduating Seniors

Luciana Benzan, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017

With graduation approaching, seniors can see the whole world of possibilities awaiting them in their future, but for ten of those seniors, the world awaiting them has a very literal and spiritual weight attached to it. Adam Wright, Isaac Berrett, Cameron Buchanan, Cayden McClusky, Derek Jones, Hadley ...