Southwest's Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts and Advanced Art students at Southwest High School are creating artwork for the Imperial County Office of Education’s Autumn and the Arts event.

Students have more in their lives than school. School is important, yes, but over time the line between my personal life and school starts to fade, and this was especially true during distance learning. Distance learning showed me how invasive school can be into a student’s personal life, an…

More seats, shading, areas for gardening, a mindfulness spot and even a bulletin board: All these items are what the Health Occupations Students of America program at Southwest High School aspires to have at The Nest by the time fall 2022 rolls around.

‘Twas the finals week COVID then came to peek. My first time getting COVID was right near the holidays which also happened to be finals week. As a student this caused my mind to run in circles inside my head. I believe there were two battles to be fought in this situation. My anxiety is the …

EL CENTRO — The Southwest High School boys golf team recently concluded the 2022 season, and they learned skills that will help them get an ace in life as well as on the green.

Raising a grade can be difficult, especially students are going through a mental block or have some distraction in their personal lives, but there are lots of ways to grasp more pillars to support themselves.

EL CENTRO — As the seasons changed, marigolds, lavender and pansies bloomed around Southwest High School because students took the initiative to beautify their campus.

The sight of masks on everyone’s faces and the smell of hand sanitizer when entering the room is something students and teachers were used to since August 2021. Things have changed, and being on school grounds no longer requires masks.

Students of the Southwest Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts (SAVAPA) recently displayed a creative use of cosmetics during an art exhibition held at the Imperial Valley Mall.