Whether it’s an iPhone, laptop, or a tablet, every teenager has some sort of device plugged into the outlet next to their bed. In Vyoma Raman’s (10) case, it’s a wheelchair.
Senior Kenneth Cacacho shares the story behind his ever-growing culinary enterprise Karen Supandi Staff Writer The greatest problem you had at five years old was probably finding the right crayon to use in your coloring book. For senior Kenneth Cacacho, however, it was how to reach the countertop to help his Aunt Hilda stir baking […]
Seniors share their experiences and advice for one of the most important times of the school year Karen Supandi Staff Writer November is a busy—and frankly, a bit stressful—time for this year’s seniors. College applications are due, meaning all of the forms and essays that are pretty much supposed to summarize a senior’s entire existence […]
Special needs students from around the bay showcase their skills in competitive games Shawn Rocha Staff Writer On November 10, 2016, American hosted its annual Special Olympics. The event provided special needs students from around the Bay Area with the opportunity to socialize and play in a friendly, yet competitive game of soccer. “Our students […]
New club at AHS unites students through their different interests Jaclyn Ferreira Staff Writer Every year, new clubs are added to American that spark interest of students. Many clubs accommodate things such as school subjects, ethnicity, and community. Fandom club is one of the new clubs at American that is unique from all the other […]
Five FUSD School Board Members address questions and concerns from AHS students and parents Sandra Resurreccion Staff Writer On the evening of November 3, 2016, five FUSD school board members held a meeting in American High’s multi-purpose room. Board members Michelle Berke, Desrie Campbell, Dax Choski, Ann Crosbie, and Hiu Ng gathered with students, […]
Aditi Singh Guest Writer Spirit week this year was the best and most fun one I have ever experienced. I think it can be accredited to the fact that all classes really wanted to prove themselves to the school. The seniors, the oldest and wrongly assumed to be unspirited, had the most to […]
Zeralene Yet Guest Writer Often times spirit week is seen as a competition and the fact that we’re judged only adds to that connotation. But really, spirit week is an exciting week: it’s homecoming; it’s cheering; it’s being proud to be an eagle. I’m proud to be an eagle because there […]