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Business Academy Wins Six Awards at Competition


January 10, 2020

Under the direction of teachers Kim Fitzgerald, Andrew Canales and Holly Vance, the La Serna High School Business Academy took first place in the Virtual Enterprises International San Diego Conference and Exhibition on Saturday, D...

Girls Golf Up To Par

Aviana Amaya, Contributor

September 18, 2019

The grass is looking green for this year's girls' golf team, which has 19 players, ranging from freshmen to seniors.  So far the girls have lost one game against Sonora High School with a one point margin, and won a match against...

Get Groovy at the Stag Dance

Brooke Hylland, Contributor

September 4, 2019

Students appear to be excited about this year's Stag dance theme which is  disco. The annual Stag dance will be held in the quad on Friday, August 30, from 6:00 P.M. until 10:00 P.M.  Prices for the tickets will be $10 with...

To whom my heart concerns

Angel Red

June 6, 2019

To you my heart does not belong but why must it be so. I swear up and down that there will be more, but yet Cupid’s arrow has struck me down the center. So to you my heart does yearn, to you my heart does wish to flutter as a...

Adventure Awaits

June 6, 2019

If only this small section of the world I have privileged to view Is the only thing of which I see when I sleep my last And my final breath escapes my chest I shall not be satisfied For the clear waters of rising ti...

College Corner Hosts Two-Day Northern California Field Trip

Ariana Perez, Contributor

March 4, 2019

The La Serna High School College Corner hosted a two-day trip in February on Monday 18 and Tuesday 19 and with visits to UC Merced, CSU Monterey, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and UC Santa Barbara. Forty-six students, grades 9-12, s...

New Dress Code Lightens Up

Gabriel Ramirez, Contributor

January 8, 2019

 The La Serna High School dress code has undergone a change this year. Not a drastic change, but one that is definitely worth noting. Administrators and faculty have loosened the reins in regards to the rules surrounding how st...

The Winding Hallways (pt. 2)

October 30, 2018

Pt. 2: The Winding Hallways The building, although it seemed considerably humble in size based on the exterior, was a sprawling maze of rooms and hallways throughout the inside, extending underneath the very Earth in some place...

Boys Swim Team Wins 3rd Place in CIF competititon

Staff, Contributor

May 11, 2018

 La Serna High School's boys swim team placed third overall last night during CIF competition. Individual Winners were: Sean Ward, Senior--1st in the 100 Breaststroke, 6th in the 200 IM,  1st in the 200 Medley Relay and 1...

How my senior project turned me into a feminist

Lily Amador, Contributor

March 21, 2018

This year La Serna seniors were given leeway to choose whatever they wanted to write about for the senior project. At first I had no idea what I could write that would interest me. I thought veganism would be a really great topic b...

The 15:17 to Paris: Better told in book form than screen

Alexis Standley, Contributor

March 21, 2018

The movie The 15:17 to Paris directed by Clint Eastwood is a true story and the heroes on the train in the movie were the same people who saved the passengers in real life.  That casting may be the reason that the movie wasn’...

Teacher rant wouldn’t be tolerated in WUHSD, according to policy

Lily Amador

March 19, 2018

I’m sure most of you have recently heard of the video gone viral of  teacher Gregory Salcido from El Rancho High School in a neighboring school district.  For those who haven’t, an El Rancho Unified School District teacher...

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