by Makena Shaffer Nervousness is normal on tests and exams, but when it becomes hard to take the exam because the anxiety is too much; That is test anxiety. It can be linked to many things such as: feeling unprepared, be afraid of failing, not doing well on previous tests, or all of the above. … Continue reading Test Anxiety
by Oscar Saavedra What if you can buy happiness?Everyone would be poor.Why? For everyone wants happiness.Without happiness pain seeps into the brainmaking the soul go numb,with only thoughts to fill a hollow hole.Find your happiness.
This will be an ongoing post of different "Who am I?" statements. These statements are from people who make up the Valley Center High School community. If you are inspired to write a "Who am I?" statement, come to room 803 on Wednesday's during lunch to submit yours. 1. I am charismatic and imaginative. I … Continue reading Who Am I? Colors of Consciousness.
by Sophia Cox Memories can take shape in many different forms through speech, the mind, or videos; however, our yearbook strings together memories through the magic of photography and storytelling. At the end of every year, excitement arises surrounding the reveal of a special scrapbook holding evocations that will be remembered in a unique way … Continue reading Inside the Yearbook Room
by Aaron Martinez When asked to describe the Middle-East, “complicated” is an often used word. The region is often characterized as being saturated with political and ethnic tensions, all while outside and internal forces continue to profit from the instability they have created. The nation of Syria in particular, embodies this perception of the region. … Continue reading The Syria Situation
by Sebastian Arnold Hi I’m Sebastian, a passionate music lover and player with a broad taste. This broad taste allows me to enjoy a large variety and a generally unbiased view in terms of genre, which I’d say makes me a semi-decent critic. Well, I’ll jump straight to it then! Best Album: Swans- leaving meaning. … Continue reading Albums of the Month
by Sadie Stevens Coming of age usually has something to do with a car, or maybe even some streamers. But here at VCHS, a Chromebook has been added to that list. As middle schoolers transition into freshmen they ditch honors for AP and iPads for Chromebooks. Not only that but this year about every high … Continue reading What Would You Choose: iPads or Chromebooks?
By Rania Price On October 17th, we had the opportunity to honor our seven amazing girls at senior night, and ended off our season with a bang against El Camino High School. Both our singles and doubles players were on fire, winning set after set. The final score of the match was a whopping 14-4! … Continue reading Girls Varsity Tennis Senior Night
by Melvin Velasquez Vista based rapper/producer Brandon Harris or "Say Something Brandon" specializes in hip hop or more specifically, "trap" hip hop sounds. New on the scene, having started a little over a year ago, he has made a name for himself locally. He has racked up over 300,000 plays on SoundCloud with his most … Continue reading Soundcloud Rapper of the Week: Brandon Harris
by Lunna Mikhail On October 23rd 2019, VCHS holds Unity day. Unity day is about bringing the whole school together by wearing orange to step up to bullying. The valley center High school had many fun activities with dance holding a flash mob in the middle of the quad to bring fun, happiness and to … Continue reading Unity Day