Friday, 04 December, 2020

Month: April 2019


D’angelo Nedd- an inspiration, hard worker, and football player- was born in Washington, DC living in a rough area. Ten years was he living with his mom, having no siblings, soon to move to Long Beach with his godparents (because Read more…


The CMHS Drumline had their Championships Competition this past Saturday at Azusa Pacific University! That said, drumline season is now over, and they finished off with a fantastic performance! Their show, “Discrimination,” used The Sneetches by Dr. Seuss to represent Read more…


Spanish taught by a Vietnamese-American. Seems a bit out of the box, right? Well, Miss Nguyen, or as her students call her, Señorita Nguyen, has been teaching on this Costa Mesa campus for six years. She actually student taught here Read more…


At this point in time, when it comes to smartphones, we’re all wondering: how much farther can they possibly go? Samsung has attempted- keyword attempted-  to bring something new to the table, something that would change future smartphones forever- the Read more…


While many may not immediately know what Penniless was, they may still wonder by the few stickers they may see around the area. Penniless was a skater clothing company that was created by three students of Costa Mesa High School, Read more…


Some are calling it the year of the underdogs for this years Stanley Cup Finals. with most of the top picks for this years winner of the cup knocked out, only the underdogs are left. For the Eastern conference we Read more…


Joseph A. Ortega The Young Musician By : Jose Bravo | April 25, 2019 One of the rooms in Costa Mesa Middle / High school is the band room, which is a big soundproof room with lots of chairs, music Read more…


The CMHS Jazz Band 1 traveled to Chicago on April 4th to the 7th. Not only did they perform in front of judges for the American Heritage Festival, but they went to see many musical performances as well. For their Read more…


On Thursday the 28th the Mustangs went Head-on against the Saints. Back during Cross country season the saints and the Mustangs both had 5 athletes place in the top 10 runners for league finals, so we expected no less than Read more…


As well as being a great teacher, she discovered her love for traveling. She has been to over 25 countries, some of those being: Portugal, Italy, Spain, Morroco, Australia, and Costa Rica, All of which were done just last year. Read more…