On Friday, October 29, the CMHS Football Team went head to head with city rivals Estancia High School, battling for the championship of Battle of the Bell. In the first half, Mesa made their presence known with the first touchdown of the game, by junior Garrett Richards, followed by Richards scoring on a two-yard keeper..
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,..
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..
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..
As the 2020-2021 school year comes to an end, so does the high anxiety, stressful workload, and overall trauma all students have experienced. Summer 2021 has been highly anticipated as we students have looked forward to a break from the global pandemic and wearing masks for hours in classrooms that took a hold on our..
On Tuesday, May 4th, the Costa Mesa High School Girls Varsity Soccer game ended with a 3-3 tie against their biggest competitors, Santa Ana High School. With a 5-0-4 overall standing, CMHS has kept their 1st place in the Orange Coast League, with one game against Saddleback High School to go. With another win under..
Students all over the world are facing issues in the world like none other. Stress, anxiety and depression levels have been increasing in students who have been forced to change their lifestyles and schedules in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. What is it like for someone who has fought with depression and is now..
Ever since Covid-19 forced schools to shut down, it seems the presence of ASB has disappeared. Other than the occasional Instagram posts and the introduction of Youtube Podcasts by the chosen daily announcers, students have not yet heard of when ASB will be back in touch with students. Meetings, instead of in-class, are now done..
Covid-19 has taken a toll on students, both mentally and physically. Forced to stay cooped up in a bedroom while you struggle to understand the overwhelming piles of assignments each week has done no good for the students of Costa Mesa High School. The negative effects of the pandemic have been showing throughout social media,..
On November 9th, 2020, Newport Mesa School District opened its doors to students after almost 8 months since closing on March 13th due to the wide-spread Covid-19. As students finally seem to be adjusting to the new hybrid school schedule, stress and anxiety still runs rampid in those who are trying to navigate our new..