The Gaucho Gazette

Shattering Rape Culture

Elizabeth Wang and Emet Beckman

December 4, 2018

Filed under Campus Life

The PEaCE class is an environment where students learn about philosophy and apply it to their own lives. It has become an outlet for students to express their pent-up emotions and past struggles with a variety of shunned topics.

Fresh[man] Start

Sydney Pearce and Elizabeth Wang

September 27, 2018

Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

It’s a brand new year, and with it comes new faces. Coming out of eighth grade and moving into ninth, many freshmen are bewildered and anxious about their years to come. Hoping for the best, but expecting the worst, many freshmen are both socially and physically lost. Many new students will have the common misconception t...

Senior Advice

Megan Gauer and Daniel Lubliner

September 27, 2018

Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

As the new freshman class gets settled into their new home away from home for the next four years, we wanted to help provide as much helpful information and tips for their high school experience. We talked with three members of our senior class to hear what they had to say regarding advice for our new set of Gauchos. Senior ...

Important Information for New Students

Important Information for New Students

September 8, 2018

This school year, the campus welcomes in around 450 new students to a growing population of 1,700. Mo...

Every Minute Counts

Every Minute Counts

April 11, 2018

   Every 15 minutes, a program that started in 1998, has been a part of almost every student’s lif...

Too Close to Home

Too Close to Home

April 11, 2018

   On January 25th two cars street racing caused a major accident on Sonoma Mountain Parkway. The...

A Dream Deferred

A Dream Deferred

November 4, 2017

Young Dreamers share their thoughts on the Trump administration’s recent decision to rescind DACA....

Physics

Physics

May 15, 2017

Physics, an upper-level science class taught by Todd Creighton, focuses on three main subjects: energy,...

On The Field

Tia Bentivegna and Skyler Genelly

February 27, 2017

Filed under Campus Life

Sports Medicine offers more than just in-class, vocational training – those who participate in the advanced period also get to experience real-life settings where they can apply their skills to diverse situations. One can almost always spot a group of Sports Med. students, clad in their forest-green windbreakers, enthusiastically ...

Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine

February 27, 2017

  A dark sky, glaring spotlights, the roar of a cheering crowd: and on the field, an athlete sp...

Choir

Choir

January 28, 2017

Society often says that in order to be a singer, you must possess a stunning voice that uplifts and exhilara...

Culinary

December 17, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

E-4 is not just a classroom—the room holds five kitchens and is the home of a business. Ms. Gutierrez, a culinary teacher of 15 years, teaches four sections of Intro Culinary, one section of Hospitality and Food Service, and advises the Catering Club. Culinary encompasses so much, from the basics of cooking to the many jobs ...

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