High Tide Articles

High Tide Articles

The High Tide is the student-run bi-weekly newspaper for Redondo Union High School.

From August 2011 to June 2013 I served as a staff writer for the paper.

From August 2013 to June 2015 I served as the News Editor for the High Tide’s Editorial Board.

2015

April

Compiled information on WASC grading and AcaDec subjects (Page 2 and 3)

March

Compiled information on Intramural sports games (Page 2)

February

Teachers and staff help AcaDec succeed (Page 3)


2014

December

Compiled information on Niche scoring (Page 3)

November

8 Questions about the new chromebooks; Q&A with assistant principal Jens Brandt (Page 3)

October

Students visit LA appeals court (Page 3)

Cruz-ing on the runway (Page 7)

Ryman Arts provides scholarships (Page 13)

RUHS wins award for healthier lifestyle (Page 3)

September

Compiled information on Yellow Ribbon Week (Page 3)

ASB to start intramural sports league (Page 3)

August

Technology improves the registration process (Page 3)

June

Gold expands her horizons by traveling internationally (Unavailable on the High Tide Online newspaper archive)

April

Compiled information for benefits of schools “going green” (Page 3)

March

Created webpage graphic (Page 3)


2013

December

Pro in Pro/Con on nonfiction books in the english curriculum (Page 5)

Dancing Queen (Page 6)

Created chromebook graphic (Page 3)

October

Compiled information on E-cigarette use (Page 3)

September

Back to School Night & accompanying graphic (Page 2)

Bridi strives to simplify registration that shows students around school (Page 2)

June

Sparking the fire (Page 9)

May

Hermosa to raise police presence on Fourth of July (Page 2)

RUHS awarded grants from RBEF (Page 2)

April

Game on (Page 17)

March

Pro in Pro/Con on Jerry Brown’s proposed education funding in 2013 (Page 5)

February

Con in Pro/Con on Measure A in 2013 (Page 5)

Pro in Pro/Con on immigration reform (Page 5)

January

Stern runs for Redondo Beach’s District Four City Council seat at age 18 (Page 3)


2012

December

Pro in Pro/Con on nonfiction books in the english curriculum (Page 5)

Dancing Queen (Page 6)

 

October

Graves and Blanquel gain friends through gaming (Page 12)

Grad Night cancelled (Page 2)

 

September

Betancourt and Theodorou handle living with colorblindness (Page 6)

Drama performs The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) (Page 3)

 

June

Frew prepares for first move without his family (Page 29)

April

WASC committee visits RUHS for required progress check (Page 2)

 

March

Kelly is a role model to her younger sister (Page 8)

Band prepares for first major competition of the year (Page 2)

February

Bay Math League defeats Palos Verdes High School (Page 2)

January

Future STEM program in the works (Page 3)


2011

December

Comparing the local mountains: Mammoth draws crowds (Page 8)

November

Saying Goodbye (Page 3)

October

Beach Cities Transit changes schedule (Page 3)

Clubs on campus fundraise for a cause (Page 15)