If you buy food or don’t have food for lunch, make sure to go to the Jag Café located in the student store. The line is so short you won’t have to wait for fifteen minutes until your turn. They serve the same food as the cafeteria. Meanwhile your there you can buy extra … Continue reading Jag Café
Prom can be known as a night that can never be forgotten. It can also be known as something that you work hard for to pay for the ticket, outfit, limo/party bus or unless if your parents are going to pay for all of that then it is just a night to remember. I listed … Continue reading Prom Pros and Cons
Prom is coming so soon, just 2 weeks away! Many of you may have dates, and if you don’t it’s okay! It’s always better to go with friends. If you do have a date, then this article is very useful for you! Today I will be showing you how to make your own corsage … Continue reading How to Make your own Corsage for Prom
Yearbook sales are in full swing. You have the opportunity to buy your yearbook online as well. Limited supply remaining buy yours now! Prices are currently set at $90.00. Monday, May 14th - Friday, May 25th $95.00 Tuesday, May 29th - $100.00 5/29 until the end of the school year $100.00 only payable … Continue reading Buy Your Yearbook Now!
I’ve been paying attention to our bell schedule and to other bell schedules from other schools. A few of them start ten minutes later than we do and others even start at eight in the morning! The schools that start later than us also get released around the same time as us. This makes me … Continue reading Why do schools have different bell schedules?
Is short hair or long hair better? This article can apply to women and also to the men out there. There are two kinds of women, one that likes long hair and the other kind of women that prefer short hair. Usually they say that longer hair is a hassle to take care of because … Continue reading Is Short Hair or Long Hair Better?
Here’s a list of the most visited places in San Diego: •Balboa Park- includes historical buildings, numerous museums, gardens, and a lot of green space •Gaslamp Quarter- an area of restored late-19th- and early 20th-century Victorian buildings. It is a trendy area with shops, restaurants, and galleries, attracting locals and tourists. •Seaport Village- area of … Continue reading Don’t know where to go during spring break?
Red: it represents love, energy, power, strength and passion Orange: combines the energy of red and the happiness of yellow. It is associated with joy, sunshine, and the tropics Yellow: the color of sunshine. It's associated with joy, happiness, intellect, and energy Green: is the color of nature. It symbolizes growth, harmony, freshness, and fertility. … Continue reading What Color Represents You?