If you've been looking to join a club on campus, look no further than Mr. Piazza's chess club! The chess club meets officially on Wednesdays and Fridays at lunch, but Mr. Piazza invites you to drop by any day at lunch! You can bring a friend, pull down a board, and start playing. From the..
On Saturday, September 11th, CMHS had their first cross country race of the season at Laguna Hills High School. Athletes left CMHS at 5:30 a.m. for their first race of the day at 7:45 a.m., freshman girls. The course was 3 miles long, including different types of terrain like turf, asphalt, and dirt. There were..
After an intense 33-28 win for the CMHS Varsity Football team on Friday the 10th against La Quinta, students and athletes alike are buzzing with anticipation for another upcoming home game on Friday the 17th. The game will take place at Mesa's home stadium with the team facing up against Los Amigos, kicking off at..
When you think of hard sports, the average person would think of football, rugby, lacrosse, and wrestling. However, Water Polo is one of the hardest sports out there, between having to swim back and forth in a pool for 30+ minutes, having people hanging on you all game, and having to keep yourself up only..
If you go to Costa Mesa High, you've used a Chromebook. Even if you don't go here you might have used one in the past, and we can all agree that there are better laptops available. Even though Chromebooks aren't the best, they certainly aren't useless. Surprisingly, there are some pros to using a Chromebook..
New Freshman Seminar teacher, Mr. Richards (Timothy Richards), isn't just new to CMHS, but new to teaching as well! Monday, August 23, was his first day teaching a class of his own. Freshman Seminar is a one-semester course for 9th graders where you learn the skills to set you up for success in high school..
1600 colleges across the country are currently test-optional. The bane of every upper high school student's existence are the SAT or the ACT test, so this is no small deal. The weight that is put on these tests is absolutely mortifying, as subpar testing skills, or a simple off-day could single-handedly squander your university dreams. ..
Costa Mesa High School welcomes back its students with the varsity football team's first game of the season. Students and parents travelled to Laguna Beach High School to support the team on Friday, August 20th, including Principal Dr. Haley who has been looking forward to the start of the season. "I'm just looking forward to..
Now that the COVID-19 vaccine is being approved and distributed throughout the United States, there is a sense of relief among all of us! However, the damage is only half-resolved as the majority of the developing nations around the world don't have access to the vaccine yet. According to the New York Times, 83% of..
This school year has been entirely different from any other school year we are used to. Everyone has had to roll with the punches as we switch back and forth from in-person to online learning, adapt to a million different schedules, all while being careful not to catch COVID-19. As the 2020-21 school year comes..