Exciting week for VCHS starting Monday April 15th VCHS presented Car Week. The week started off with Mom Car Monday displaying mini vans and other comfortable and spacious cars fit for moms. Toy Tuesday featured some of VC’s coolest toys like Jeeps, dirt bikes and more. For Way Back Wednesday some classic cars were displayed … Continue reading An Exciting Week Before Spring Break
“We keep telling youth we want them involved in our city and government, and yet the message we send by denying them the right to vote is that their voice doesn’t matter.”- Hyattsville Councilman Patrick Paschall. In this day and age the right of a U.S. citizen is to vote at eighteen years old no … Continue reading The Case of Lowering the Age of Voting
Hello Jags! Trying to earn some community service hours? Come and join the PB&J club in where you will be able to not only get community service hours but as well help the homeless by making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. The club meets every Wednesday after school in the counseling office for about an … Continue reading PB&J Club
1. Palomar Mountain State Park 2. San Diego Wildlife Refuge Sweetwater River Trail 3. Volcan Mountain Wilderness Preserve 4. Stonewall Peak Trail 5. Hellhole Canyon Open Space Preserve By Nate K.
We interviewed Hunter Shumake who is a senior in ASB in charge of the sound system and music. What got you into mixing? Well, Sophomore year, I started doing music with ASB [I] learned how to set it [sound system] up and then just kind of naturally and organically progressed into full on mixing and … Continue reading Student Spotlight: Hunter Shumake
Summer is almost here and The Jaguar Post team is signing out. Thank you so much to our advisor, Mrs. Plucennik and our sponsor Jersey Mike's. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the newspaper. This was a good start for progressing into the future. Next year we are going to work on getting a … Continue reading Bye, For Now
By Bridget Bernet From the beginning, colleges with their red brick walls, ivory towers, and low-quality air conditioning systems have been looming in the distance and horrifying high school students that have no future plans--aside from the prom dress they’re going to purchase that year. Starting in 859 AD, the first established university appeared in … Continue reading Oprah Didn’t Need College, Neither Do You
For several years now Valley Center High School has offered a class called Floriculture. You might not know what it is or what it offers you. Well, Floriculture is a class that teaches you how to make table arrangements, bouquets, or corsages. You can use these skills to make your own arrangements for a special … Continue reading A Day in Floriculture