With the excitement of school and sports returning after a year of no in-person games, CMHS's football games have been seeing heightened attendance from students and parents alike. ASB member and Senior class Vice President Jayde Rubright noticed this level of anticipation for games and decided to create Costa Mesa's very first student section page,..
On Friday, October 1st, the CMHS Football team goes head to head against Orange High School at the CMHS Stadium. With a 2-3 overall score for this season, the team is looking for another win under their belt to even out their win to loss ratio. However, this isn't the only special thing about this..
Looking for a place to get vaccinated that's close to school? Look no further, you can get vaccinated on September 30th, 2021, from 3:30 PM-4:30 PM at Costa Mesa High School's very own Performing Arts Center. The event is open to CMMS/HS students and any immediate family members. You must have parental consent if 12-17..
On Saturday, September 25th, the class of 2024, current CMHS sophomores, had their Sophomore Sunset at Newport Beach pier. Prior to the event, ASB recommended that students bring a blanket and a snack if they hadn't eaten. The event was set to start at 6pm with the sun setting around 7pm, but students trickled in..
The Learning Lab is a free tutoring and study space open to all CMHS students. It is held in Mr. Richard's room, 133, from 3-4 PM Monday - Thursday. You can ask any Mesa Staff member to sign you up. However, walk-ins are welcome too. To keep tutoring fun, those who are signed up are..
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..