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The Student News Site of Canyon Hills High School

Canyon Hills Chronicle

The Student News Site of Canyon Hills High School

Canyon Hills Chronicle

Using vivid style, these posters frame some of the projects students would be able to do in the Photo & Design Pathway. Many people may stop and take a look at these posters, like the Senior Jasmine Tran, pictured above.

Graphic Design Work Underappreciated, Teacher Makes Posters to Raise Interest

Sam Harris, Opinion Editor March 20, 2024

 Over the years, CHHS Graphic Design teacher Michael Pedersen has been teaching his students, and has also been designing many things for the school.   These designs Pedersen has made can be...

Even though overall opinion of lunches are negative with a little bit with a little student participation we could improve it.

What Students Want: School lunch

Jayce Lay, Layout Manager March 20, 2024

School lunches have been a hot topic for a while with debates often centering on their quality, nutritional value, and overall appeal. There's a perception and often a reality, that school lunches could...

This was my personal testing room, it was very simple and not too overwhelming.

SAT still a good tool for pathway to college acceptance

Mia Webster, Staff Writer March 20, 2024

This is my SAT experience in the December 2023 in-person SAT and also something to answer the biggest question, should you take it? My overall experience was nothing crazy, It felt like a finals...

The Mens volleyball team battled through the Sweetwater tournament to receive second place.

Men’s volleyball takes home second place in Sweetwater Tournament

Jayce Lay, Layout Manager March 20, 2024

With their spikes,  digs, and serves  the team tore through the tournament brackets,  showing off their  teamwork and determination in every match. Led by Coach Taylor, the players showed real resilience...

Interior for the new Starbucks, compared to the former building there is much more space, and the design is more light.

New Starbucks Finishes Construction in Tierrasanta Town Center, Bringing Drive Thru Option

Sam Harris, Opinion Editor March 8, 2024

After weeks of construction, a new Starbucks has been installed in Town Center. They were set to open during the first week of February, though they still had some work needed to be done, so the date was...

Cesar Chavez Club President, Senior Isaac San Martin smiling through the day.

Student Spotlight: Isaac San Martin, Club President of Cesar Chavez Club

Savannah Richard, Editor in Chief March 4, 2024

Canyon Hill High School is a school of many diverse clubs all with different plans and purposes. While all of them have their designated advisors, most of them are entirely led by the students within them....

Student Oscar Gonzalez signing into the wellness center one of the few mental health amenities offered at canyon hills

What Students Want: Mental Health Resources

Jayce Lay, Layout Manager March 4, 2024

Canyon Hills High School students are coming together to address a pressing issue: mental health. With concerns about anxiety, depression, and stress levels on the rise among teenagers, students at Canyon...

Sometimes when playing video games online, the rudeness of players makes it feel like the computer itself is yelling at you.

Toxicity in Gaming Spaces Has Ruined The Fun

Jasmine Tran, Entertainment Editor March 4, 2024

Many people love video games. For many popular games, there are huge communities of players who befriend one another and create content based on the game and shared bonds over it. Everyone is happy, right? No. Unfortunately,...

Taylor Swift announces her brand new album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” while accepting her thirteenth Grammy for “Best Pop Vocal Album” for her tenth album, “Midnights.”

Taylor Swift Announced Her 11th Album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” at the 66th Annual Grammys

Jasmine Tran, Entertainment Editor March 4, 2024

After winning the award for “Best Pop Vocal Album” with her tenth album “Midnights,” singer-songwriter Taylor Swift announced her brand new album to be released on April 19th, 2024. The...

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...

Senior Hazem Said baring the face of many Game Theory fans as they watch one of the last videos to be hosted by MatPat, excited for the new era but looking back fondly on the past.

MatPat of “The Game Theorists” Set to Retire in the Coming Month

Savannah Richard, Editor in Chief February 22, 2024

The title itself is enough for tears to well in one's eyes. As of the publication of this article it's been a few weeks since MatPat, or more formerly known as Matthew Patrick, has announced that he will...

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