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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

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...

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 Wellness Center at CHHS, generously bestowed upon the school by the San Diego Unified School District six years ago, stands as a vital resource for students seeking emotional support and respite from the bustling hallways and constant digital stimulation.

Wellness Center Returns: CHHS Establishes New Policies Regarding Student Entry

Inara Judeh, News Editor November 28, 2023

The Wellness Center at Canyon Hills High School (CHHS) is reinforcing its commitment to student well-being by expanding its staff and refining operational procedures. Led by Wellness Center Coordinator,...

The Wellness Center exists to assist students with their mental health needs and be a place of support.

Concerns over access persist at the Wellness Center

Jayce Lay, Layout Manager October 3, 2023

Wellness centers in schools are dedicated spaces or programs within educational institutions that focus on promoting the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of students and sometimes even staff....

According to the World Health Organization, “1 in 7 10-19 year olds experiences a mental disorder.”

Schools struggle to hold students accountable and still show they value mental health

Ayla Jones, Social Media Manager April 25, 2023

The  COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the importance and focus on mental health, as many suffered from mental health issues during quarantine.  To better help teens deal with the pandemic’s lasting...

Mental Health, Presidential, Presidential Term

State of the Union could affect young adults’ mental health

Kevin Olivares, Layout Manager February 22, 2023

The 2023 State of the Union made for Congress was broadcasted to show President Joe Biden’s plan and concerns for the rest of his term.  He addressed various topics within his speech, including major...

top 3 winners from the contest

Club Elevated reveals Creative Contest winners

Katherine Bui, Staff Writer December 6, 2022

ELEVATED reveals and rewards the top three winners of the Red Ribbon Week Creative Contest. The contest was advertised on flyers handed out to classrooms offering a prize to the winners. Students were...

student talk at what i wish my parents knew meeting

What I Wish My Parents Knew meeting connects youth and adults

Katherine Bui, Staff Writer November 4, 2022

“Whenever I felt down, I always came to my parents to talk about how I felt hoping they would reassure me and give me a hug but it always felt like they were just trying to solve my problems. Sometimes...

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