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Social Science teacher Don Dumas talks about what the new course he will be teaching next year—Ethnic Studies—will be about. He also explains why he believe it is important to offer this class.
Ethnic Studies, Mexican-American Studies added to next year's curriculum
Adali Leon, Staff Artist • April 9, 2021

With the 2020-2021 school year soon coming to a close, Bonita Vista High (BVH) has added two new history courses for the 2021-2022 school year curriculum. One of these new courses...

Junior Mia Gonzalez poses with a letter received from the Carson Scholars Fund. She received news of her win in March 2021 after applying in January.
BVH student awarded $1,000 Carson Scholarship
Lucia Rivera, Editor-in-Chief • April 7, 2021

Bonita Vista High (BVH) junior Mia Gonzalez received exciting news earlier this month. She received the Carson Scholarship as the BVH nominee, winning $1000 in recognition of her...

Ep. 9 How do you express yourself through fashion in the pandemic?
Ep. 9 How do you express yourself through fashion in the pandemic?
Nadia Martinez and Nicole Macgaffey March 21, 2021

In this episode, Bonita Vista High (BVH) juniors and Podcast Manager Nadia Martinez and News Editor Nicole Macgaffey talk to sophomore Alex Cruz and junior Oliva Martinez about their personal thoughts on the use of fashion as...

BVH’s Peer Counseling program has experienced a decrease in students reaching out for help. Peer Counselor President and senior Rylie Coons believes students often fear being judged.
A helping hand
Itzel Leon, Staff Writer • March 20, 2021

Before the pandemic, Bonita Vista High (BVH) Peer Counseling President and senior Rylie Coons would meet with five to seven students a week to offer counseling services. Since quarantine started, that number has dropped to down...

Beyond the screen
March 19, 2021

To what extent do you agree with the following statement: I spend more time playing video games because of distance learning.

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Pickwick Club co-President sophomore Giselle Geering reading Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen before going to sleep.
Geering is reading in preparation for the next Pickwick Club meeting. The club meets on Mondays at 12:20pm.
Hitting the books
Jaime Jazo, Arts & Culture Editor • March 26, 2021

A student sits at a desk, cracks open a book, immerses themself in it and is transported into a completely different universe. The smell of the crisp pages penetrates their nose,...

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