AP classes: only for the brave

Simoneel Czar

May 7, 2010
Filed under Commentary

Students should know about the level of difficulty that come with AP classes. Many students take Advanced Placement (AP) classes and then AP tests at the end of the year. But are the AP classes... Read more »

Local scholarships up for grabs

Simrundeep Kaur

January 27, 2010
Filed under News

By the time applications have been filled out and sent to colleges, students and parents start searching for scholarships and financial aid packages. Often times the first applications to cross their minds are for the LAM Scholarship,... Read more »

H1N1 scare spreads through year

Keerthika Ramakrishnan

January 6, 2010
Filed under Features

The scariest event of the year started when 4-year-old Edgar Hernandez was diagnosed with the first case of the H1N1 swine flu in Mexico March 28. By April, two children from California were diagnosed with first cases of H1N1... Read more »

Link Crew launches freshmen to success

Anterpreet Kaur

December 17, 2009
Filed under Uncategorized

Link crew hosted its third academic follow-up, Dec. 9. Link Crew is a group of upperclassmen dedicated in guiding the freshmen class through their first year of high school. Link Crew leader senior Alfonso Bonilla coordinated... Read more »