This school year at Southwest High School, Culinary Arts students get to experience a new kitchen, new equipment and new tools.
A hot summer scorching over the players and the smell of sweat fills the air. “Huddle up boys,” says the coach, while the players rush to put on their bulky shoulder pads.
In Maria Mendez’s classroom T-69 at Southwest High School, a fresh linen scent fills the room, motivational posters are hung on the wall and photos of students smile on the class.
You may have had a teacher who had a positive impact in your life. That person may have been a mentor, a coach or just someone who was there when you needed guidance. However, you may not know just how much of an impact you had in that teacher’s life.
Prom is approaching. Proposals are being answered; money is being saved, and the juniors and seniors here at Southwest High School are ready to dance in an Enchanted Forest on May 18.
Amanda Smith, a senior at Southwest High School, started off her high school years obtaining A’s and B’s. Now in her senior year, she has found her grades slipping so much that she is at risk of not graduating.
“Avengers: End Game” is coming out on Friday, and fans all over the world are ready to feast their eyes on the conclusion to a two-part conflict between the Avengers and the mad titan Thanos.
Clink! Waboom! With the snap of his fingers, Thanos was able to make half of Earth’s population vanish, including Spider-Man. But his comeback is inevitable — as evidenced by trailers for the upcoming summer movie “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” — and fans can’t wait.
One knows he or she is approaching the lair of Central Union High School’s robotics team by the consistent sound of clanging metals permeating the vicinity.
The Southwest High School Outdoor Adventure Club went on a three-day camping trip at the Laguna campground in Alpine, Calif., from Feb. 15 to 18, to get out into nature and camp in the snow.
In a world where the United States is ranked 38th out of 71 countries in math, and 24th in science, one might start to wonder why schools keep funding arts programs as opposed to adding more core curricular classes like math, English and science.
Every Thursday, Campus Life has a meeting at Southwest High School during lunch hour. Students can go to Jeannine Enz’s class in room T-70 where the Campus Life club eats pizza and has music and activities.