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Senior Year Math: What Pathway do Students Choose?

For senior year, students choose their classes based on many different factors; college credits, interests, and rigor all influence the decision of their schedule. Specifically when selecting their math...

Students Compete in March Madness with Friends, Family, and Classmates

Ashley Purcell (she/her) May 17, 2024

Every March, fans of all ages, backgrounds, and ideas, come together over a common bond of basketball. March Madness is a basketball tournament involving 64 teams from all over the country. The title “March...

Campo Dancers Approach CAPA Senior Solos

Anya Houston (she/her) May 14, 2024

As the school year comes to a close, Campo seniors are approaching their solos at CAPA. CAPA, also known as The California Academy of Performing Arts, has been training dancers ages 3 to 18 in Moraga for...

Students Give Back with Service in Mexico

Students Give Back with Service in Mexico

Sloan Pullen May 10, 2024

For over 30 years, a week long-mission trip to Mexico has been led by Moraga Valley Presbyterian Church (MVPC) in partnership with Amor Ministries. Each year this mission trip brings together over 150...

Campolindo students help with the annual sails of girl scout cookies!

Campo Students Partake in Annual Girl Scout Cookie Sales

Olivia Seelig May 10, 2024

The long-standing tradition of selling Girl Scout cookies has come and gone yet again. Going from February 4 to March 17, the Girl Scouts were prepared for yet another year of selling, many of which go...

2024 Student Summer Life

Anya Houston (she/her) May 10, 2024

In California, summer is a beautiful time with clear blue skies and beach days. At Campo, summer is a time to strike a balance between hard work and relaxation. Preparing for college life, traveling the...

Community Land Acknowledgement Honors Local Heritage

Anya Houston (she/her) and Anjali Rao May 10, 2024

Lafayette has recently taken action to raise awareness about Native American heritage and show the local native community the respect they deserve. Lafayette has started a land acknowledgement, recognizing...

Senior Katie Feldman hides under a car in an attempt to squirt her targets early in the morning.

What Type Of Person Do You Need To Be to Win Assassins

Daisy Penney (she/her) May 10, 2024

Is someone hiding in your neighbor's backyard? Running down the street or sprinting to their car holding a water gun? More than likely, that would be the average day during the seniors' game of Assassins....

AP students employ a variety of study tactics to study for AP exams.

AP Exams: Student Strategies for Studying

Rachel Moen (she/her) May 10, 2024

Summer may be close but AP exams are closer, and stress is running high. With teachers beginning preparation and introducing many packets of review, the end of the school year may not exactly feel like...

Liana Holcomb-McCann

The Unsung Female Heroes of Campolindo

Brooke Maher (she/her) May 10, 2024

In honor of the end of March and Women’s History Month, it is important to highlight Campolindo’s female staff who may go unnoticed on a day-to-day basis. While our teachers are crucial to the success...

Seniors Navigate Stressful College Decision Process

Seniors Navigate Stressful College Decision Process

With more and more college decisions rolling in, many Campo students have begun to commit to their future schools. This time is both exciting and nerve wracking for students as they find out whether they...

Walking on Sunshine - Mrs. Henson

Cougar Springtime Music Recommendations

Daisy Penney (she/her) May 10, 2024

Songs of Spring The weather is not the only thing that is changing as the blossoms bloom in Spring for the students of Campolindo. The sunny skies and green grass call for a new music playlist that...

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