The Express

Ella Villar

Ella Villar, Co-Editor-In-Chief

Ella Villar is a currently a senior and has been a member of The Express for three years now. As one of the Co-Editors-in-Chief, she intends to recognize the diverse SJHHS community and learn about the students who are a part of it. In addition, she enjoys writing feature and opinion articles and taking photos of dance shows, choir concerts, and sports events. In her free time she enjoys painting, reading books, collecting pins and listening to jazz. Ella is so excited to see what is in store for the paper this 2020-2021 school year.

All content by Ella Villar

Covid-19 Impacts Teacher

December 14, 2020
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April 16, 2020
Alaina Arbiso (10) presents the features of the blackbox during a tour of the theater department. Future stallions were taken around the F building with their parents at Stallion Showcase to promote VAPA.

Stallion Showcase 2020

February 12, 2020
Danielle Serio poses in front of a section of her LGBTQ+ library of books she is curating. Serio hopes to make LGBTQ+ members at school feel more included by having this library and by distributing various LGBTQ+ flags to teachers around teachers.

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January 31, 2020
Back row (from left): Kayden Karti, Namiah Miller, Nadine Tong, Mina Mahmoodzadeh, and Aaron Hernandez. Front row (from left): Araceli Carreon, Lexie Guzik, and Varshitha Selvarajan Uma.

Diversity on Campus

December 13, 2019

Kayden Kadri

December 13, 2019
Cole Caselli (9), Vivian Landa (11), Emma Seemann (11), and Madelyn Earnest (10) pose for a TikTok. Each student has achieved thousands of followers on the new social media app. Through dancing, lip-singing, or just having fun helped these creators reach fame, and truly become TikTok famous.

TikTok Stars Go Viral

October 20, 2019
Jeremey Mitaux (11) is involved with music in many different ways as a guitarist, drummer, and most notably, a bassist for the band “White Collar”. He also writes music and lyrics to his own songs as an individual and has expressed interest in continuing his musical production after high school.

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October 20, 2019
Sam Cowan (12) works as a musician by filling in for bands that need an extra instrument playing guitar, drums, or even keyboard. Cowan has described music as his passion and a career that seems natural to him. He has already created original music and hopes that it will be released sometime in the near future.

Sam Cowen

October 20, 2019
Thai Nguyen (10) has worked with Nicole Hernandez to produce her EP. The commercial music class that offered on campus has allowed Nugyen to meet and connect with many other musicians like Hernandez. Inspired by artists such as Billie Eilish and Alicia Keys, Nguyen hopes to work in the music industry after high school and feels she has been given a great start from the music program on campus.

Thai Nguyen

October 20, 2019
Senior Homecoming Court: [Left to right] Seniors Brooke Montgomery, Grace Aitken, Sage Groves, Hanna Talieh, and Cam Traverso wait in anticipation for the announcement of the Homecoming king and queen at the pep rally. Unfortunately, the results were stolen and the winners were announced at the football game later that night.

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September 27, 2019
Sorting Hat: Alexa Burns (9) places the sorting hat on Victoria Schultz (12) head during the dance production’s performance of Harry Potter. Victoria Schultz was a member of Hufflepuff which was the freshmen house. The sophomore class was Ravenclaw, the juniors were Slytherin, and the seniors were Gryffindor.

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September 27, 2019
First Position: Song team members, Alina Apostolache (12) and Jordyn Apostolache (12), hold their positions while they wait for the music to start their performance at the pep rally. The song team consists of more dance then gymnastics which differs from the cheer team and was recently added to the pep squad this year.

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September 27, 2019
First Position: Song team members, Alina Apostolache (12) and Jordyn Apostolache (12), hold their positions while they wait for the music to start their performance at the pep rally. The song team consists of more dance then gymnastics which differs from the cheer team and was recently added to the pep squad this year.

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September 27, 2019
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September 9, 2019
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September 9, 2019
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September 9, 2019
Link Crew leaders Lily Keeler (11) and Savannah Goodpaster (11) help lead the Freshmen Tailgate party before the football game.

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September 9, 2019
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September 9, 2019
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September 9, 2019
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February 25, 2019
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February 25, 2019
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