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Limit on Zero Period Explained

Brittany Christensen, Editor-in-Chief September 30, 2013

Extracurriculars and electives such as ASB, dance, drama and sports ultimately make it difficult for students to arrange their schedules in ways that fit their preferred classes. Zero period courses,...

Cutting and Reckless Driving Cause Concern

Jenna Clemente, Staff Writer September 21, 2013

Cutting in front of everyone else to get to school on time is selfish and just makes the traffic problem worse for everyone. With more students than SJHHS has ever had, both students and parents are faced...

Trash of the Classes: Changes from 2012

Brittany Christensen, Editor-in-Chief May 1, 2013

Clash of the Classes has been a school tradition since SJHHS opened, and the festivities that come along with it bring a break from routine and some healthy competition for students. Last year, however,...

Family Problems Affect Students Schooling

Jenna Clemente, Editorial Editor May 1, 2013

Nowadays, fifty percent of all children born to married parents will deal with divorce before they are 18. Forty-three percent of children grow up without fathers. In modern day America, it is no longer...

Seniors Ditch the Win: Reasons for the Loss

Seniors Ditch the Win: Reasons for the Loss

Jessica Arzetti and Agafaye Victorino, Photo Editor and Staff Writer May 1, 2013

Senior ditch day is a widespread custom among high school seniors that reinforces class superiority. Almost everyone has participated in this tradition, dating back to our parents’ and teachers’...

Which Year of High School is Hardest?

Which Year of High School is Hardest?

Freshmen Year By Olivia Johnson It is hard to say which year of high school is hardest when you are just a freshman. In fact, it is practically impossible. But hey, freshmen have to hold their own....

Trash of the Classes

Trash of the Classes

Nolan Fossum, Special to The Express April 5, 2013

Dear Seniors, As I write this commentary, Spirit Week is drawing to a close.  And what do we have to show for it?  I hope that your greatest impact is not a campus littered with colored paper and...

Craiglist Creepers

Olivia Johnson, Art Graphic Editor March 27, 2013

Craigslist, a website that classifies advertisements and allows people to buy and sell things from furniture to human teeth, can be more dangerous than you think. Monthly, Craigslist receives 60 billion...

The Risks of Body Piercing

Olivia Johnson, Art Graphic Editor March 27, 2013

To some people the idea of sticking needles through a layer of skin is horrifying, but to others it’s simply a way of self expression. Present day, you can pierce almost any part of your body, but wrongs...

Snapchat

Snapchat

Jessica Skolnik, Editorial Editor March 27, 2013

What’s more exhilarating than sending funny faces and videos to your friends for only 10 seconds? Nothing. Snapchat gives that ability to smartphone users. It allows you to send up to about 80 characters...

Tyler, The Creator Takes Santa Ana by Storm

Tyler, The Creator Takes Santa Ana by Storm

Jessica Skolnik and Griffin Orlich March 27, 2013

Tyler, the Creator (Tyler Gregory Okonma) is a 21 year old rapper from Los Angeles. He is the leader and also co-founder of Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All. Odd Future, or OFWGKTA, is the collaboration...

Bell Schedule Change: No Biggy

Alexea Malaletkin, A&E Editor January 11, 2013

By the time you are reading this, the newest bell schedule will have been put into action. Students are practically done complaining about the traumatic loss of early-out and getting comfortable with the...

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