by Sophia Cox It’s officially October which means that college season has arrived. Researching and applying to colleges can seem not only intimidating, but also extremely confusing. If you found that statement to be true don’t worry; we’ve got you covered at The Jaguar Post and by the end of this article applying to colleges … Continue reading Navigating the College Application Process
by Roxy Placensia and Andrea Calderon I have never had the famous pumpkin latte from Starbucks, so maybe it’s my ignorance speaking, but personally I think autumn is way more than just coffee and pumpkins. Autumn or, as many millennials know it, the time of the pumpkin spice lattes is a season of change. Like … Continue reading VCHS Fall Favorites
The sun will shine upon the home of the lost,place your hand on the one you trust.Follow your heart to where safety and happiness lies,for the staircase above is there for your eyes.
by Jessica Hege & Lunna Mikhail On October 2nd, 2019 our Valley Center Volleyball team played against Escondido High School. The Varsity coach is Aiyanna Coleman, and she coaches alongside Junior Varsity coach Andres Ramirez and Novice coach Rebecca Rutherford. With, lots of energy from the crowd and the sideline the Varsity team was in … Continue reading Varsity Girls Volleyball vs. Escondido
By Makena Shaffer This year's theater production at VCHS is Fiddler On The Roof. A famous and classic musical with beautiful music and amazing dances. Our cast is a few weeks into production and it already looks amazing. Mr. Wasserman is directing the show and Mrs.Beck is teaching the music to all the cast. This … Continue reading Fiddler On The Roof at VCHS
by Brianna Angel This year's theme for the Annual Fall Jags United Event is “Teal Out,” it will be held at San Pasqual High School on Friday, October 18th starting after school until 11:00 pm, busses will leave at 5:00 pm from the VCHS gym to head over to SP. The Jags United events are … Continue reading All You Need to Know About The Annual Fall Jags United Event
by Sadie Stevens A literal and figurative, hot topic of 2019 has been the burning of the Amazon Rainforest. Our beloved rainforest, that is the habitat for thousands of different species and producer of 20% of Earth’s oxygen, is currently up in flames. It has been in flames for months and continues to burn as … Continue reading The Amazon Rainforest is Burning
By Kaley Seitz The Valley Center cross country team had their first league meet on October 3rd at Kit Carson Park, running 3.5 miles. The meet had a total of 5 schools; Mission Vista, San Pasqual, Ramona, Fallbrook, and Escondido. Girls varsity won first place with a total of 42 points. Boys varsity with a … Continue reading Cross Country First League Meet