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Canyon Hills Chronicle

The Student News Site of Canyon Hills High School

Canyon Hills Chronicle

Due to the excessive rain , the drains are not able to get rid of massive quantities of water at one leaving the benches and the front of the 1000 building to be inaccessible to students and staff members.

Excessive Rain & Flash Flooding should allow schools to take Rain Days Off for the safety and health of all students

Ben Ruiz Rodriguez, Features Editor February 22, 2024

On January 22nd of 2024, one of the most catastrophic flash floods had occurred in San Diego, which  left millions of dollars in damages across the county. Many San Diegans were left homeless and...

A student asks for donations with his sign. We really need more chances to fundraise for our clubs and sports.

Dollars and Sense: School Fundraising – More Chances, More Cha-Ching!”

Jayce Lay, Layout Manager February 22, 2024

High school is not just about classes and textbooks, it's a time for students to explore their interests, build friendships, and be part of something bigger than themselves. However, many clubs and sports teams...

Scantrons are the most common type of test nationwide, which is a loophole in how teachers give assessments

Standardized testing being fazed out? Many students rejoice

Mia Webster, Staff Writer February 8, 2024

Standardized testing is slowly fading out of academic settings and being replaced with more individualized and logical real-world-based testing and should continue to do so. Standardized testing...

Two small, yet cute, heart decorations hung outside on the windows. They bring some holiday feelings to my otherwise bland military house.

Valentine’s Day: Is It a Holiday Worth Decorating For?

Sam Harris, Opinion Editor February 8, 2024

  We have all given and received candy and small gifts on Valentine’s Day, but should we decorate for it as well?   In comparison to the other holidays, Valentine’s Day seems almost insignificant....

The Wellness Center, located in the 200 Building, provides a space for students to debrief and relax, there are also people available to listen to students if they need someone to talk to.

Mental Health Awareness Can Be Year Round

Natalie Carmona, Staff Writer January 30, 2024

January is recognizable as a month of mental health awareness. We live in a time where there are countless factors inducing stress amongst all age levels, limited to not one specific group of people. With...

The PSVR2 has been out for about a year now, and there were issues left for customers to fix on their own. Countless guides can be found online dating back to its release date in February 2023, up until December 2023.

PSVR2: Controllers Refusing to Work Almost a Year After Release, Customers Left to Figure it Out On Their Own.

Sam Harris, Opinion Editor January 22, 2024

  To this day there are still many issues with specifically the PSVR2 controllers, and the Playstation community had to get together to create their own solutions due to Sony not addressing the topic...

Canyon Hills is a small example of a big problem.

The Education Systems Ignorant Mentality Towards gun control

Mia Webster, Staff Writer December 7, 2023

Gun control has been a battle the government has been fighting since the 20th century and I presume gun control and rights are a battle that will never really end. Students become sitting ducks in all...

Graduation is an end to a never-ending story, you have time.

Dueling Perspectives: Apathy in School

Mia Webster and Rachel Brandel December 6, 2023

Just because you don't care now doesn't mean you won't care later By Mia Webster, Staff Writer Students without direction or plans are sabotaging their future selves because of their it doesn’t matter...

Israel’s ability to cut off electricity and power to Gaza enables them to prevent Palestinian’s from seeing that much of the world is protesting for them.

Seeing Through Western Propaganda

Natalie Carmona, Staff Writer December 1, 2023

The Western media has a tendency to majorly broadcast what is predominantly in support of a favored post-colonial outlook. The attitudes reflected across many major outlets of mainstream media have a major...

CHHS senior Mason Sautter is wearing a floatie on his wrist every single day like the other senior assassin participants to display that he is participating in the game.

Senior Assassin is a Scam

Jasmine Tran, Entertainment Editor November 15, 2023

Senior assassin is a tradition for the seniors at Canyon Hills High School. You pay to participate in a witch hunt type contest with water guns, floaties, and betrayal. The winners win a prize, and the...

Promotional post made posted to the ASBs Instagram account @canyonhillsasb . Really scary and Halloween-ey. Almost didnt come because I was so scared of the ghosts and spider webs.

Movie Night; A Good Example of ASB Lead Events

Savannah Richard, Editor in Chief November 13, 2023

This past Monday, the day before Halloween, ASB hosted a movie night at the school where they projected Nightmare Before Christmas. When it comes to most ASB events such as pep rallies, spirit weeks, and...

Misgendering can make students feel isolated from their peers and misunderstood by adults.

CHHS gets deadnames and misgendering mostly right, but problems persist

Thunder Shorts, Staff Writer November 3, 2023

A cold sensation washes over me at a simple word, dread and discomfort following in waves. A word that isn’t me yet will haunt me on every legal document and at every job interview. The word that holds...

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