BCCHS Cheer Team Conquers Las Vegas Nationals

BCCHS Cheer Team Conquers Las Vegas Nationals

Kristine Medina, Student Life Editor

May 20, 2016


Filed under News, Showcase, Sports Showcase

There's no doubt about it that this year's cheer team has drastically improved since last year's. Our BCCHS cheerleaders have worked extremely hard throughout the 2015-2016 school year and this earned them their first place win at the Six Flag's competition as well as the title of grand champions. They...

2016 French Club Fashion Show

2016 French Club Fashion Show

Joselyn Argueta, Creative Arts Editor

May 18, 2016


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The BCCHS French Club Fashion Show impacted the school and left many students wanting more. Several students came to support their current French teacher, Mr. Endene. The multi-purpose room was full of excited students waiting to see their friends walk the runway. Did I say walk the runway, I did! Our...

Reminder! Upcoming Senior Events in May/June

Reminder!  Upcoming Senior Events in May/June

Jenny Cubas, Front Page/ News Editor

May 2, 2016


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Seniors, it's finally the last month of school! And that means May is going to be packed full with fun and exciting events. Seniors, you finally get to put your books down and start gathering your friends because May is going to be a month to remember. Don't forget, Seniors, to make sure all payments...

Unemployed? How and Where to Get a Job!

Unemployed?  How and Where to Get a Job!

Katherine Oyebobola, Managing Editor

April 28, 2016


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Looking for a job? Well let me give you information on how to get one. There are many ways to find work: the online applying process, walking into stores and asking for an application, filling out your resume and posting it online, or maybe even a phone call. Words of advice would probably consist o...

Prepping for AP Exams–Stressful but Worth It

Prepping for AP Exams–Stressful but Worth It

Emely Vasquez, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2016


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

  The AP Exam is just around the corner. Students are very stressed and anxious about it. They're using a variety of methods to ensure they pass and haven't worked all year for nothing. The AP Exams are what students prep for all year and work so hard for. The AP test is the student's chanc...

UC Schools: Accepting More Than Imagined

UC Schools: Accepting More Than Imagined

Jenny Cubas, Front Page/ News Editor

April 18, 2016


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According to the UC data, since last year there has been a 15% increase in offers for admission which is 8,488 more offers than ever recorded since they have been keeping track in 1994. The most underrepresented minority that was admitted were Latinos from 16,000 last year to 22,000 this year being offered...

The Dangers of Texting and Driving

The Dangers of Texting and Driving

Jack Freeman, Sports Editor

April 8, 2016


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Texting and driving is a very dangerous thing to do, and it causes many accidents every year. Teens are generally thought of as the only type of people to text, but that isn't true because many adults also text and drive. However, whether a person is a teenager or an adult, texting and driving is unacceptable. There...

Feed the Mouth Winter Clothing Drive

Feed the Mouth Winter Clothing Drive

Joselyn Argueta, Creative Arts Editor

April 8, 2016


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The Feed the Mouth Club did an amazing job keeping their spirits high on the dramatic change they will bring about. Many students at Birmingham Community Charter High School participated in this event with enthusiasm . Many Patriots brought, with pride, their used blankets, scarfs, gloves, etc. to school...

Feed The Mouth Blanket Drive This Week

Feed The Mouth Blanket Drive This Week

Joselyn Argueta, Creative Arts Editor

February 22, 2016


Filed under News, Showcase

Come join the fun and help the homeless in your area! Don't you want to make difference in the world little by little you can cause a great change!  The Feed The Mouth Club is having a Blanket Drive during lunch in the quad during the last week of February, on Wednesday through Friday, the 24th-26th....

Less Tricks for Killer Whales at Sea World

Less Tricks for Killer Whales at Sea World

Emely Vasquez, Staff Reporter

January 22, 2016


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Sea World is an animal theme park that has been open since March 21, 1964. People all around the world go there to see the amazing animals and all their talents. It offers a variety of distinctive experiences like shows and rollercoasters. Sea World is best known for its unique orca show and its famous...

Martin Luther King Jr.’s Civil Rights Legacy

Martin Luther King Jr.’s Civil Rights Legacy

Maariyah Ford, Opinion Editor

January 20, 2016


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Martin Luther King Jr. was born January 15, 1929. He was an American baptist minister and became a leader in the African- American Civil Rights Movement. He led the 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott and helped lead the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) in 1957. King also helped organized the...

UFO Sightings or Navy Testing Over the Pacific?

UFO Sightings or Navy Testing Over the Pacific?

Alyssa Macias, Website Editor

December 11, 2015


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On November 7, 2015, the first Saturday of the month, residences from both California and Nevada saw an orange light move across the sky and evolve into a large circular blue light. The next day in South Africa, saucer-shaped clouds were seen in the sky. Julian Solomita, a popular vlogger and Viner,...

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