Calling all poetry lovers — here’s your chance to win some bling bling

By Hanna Oltman  /  January 15, 2020
For a chance to win a nearly $600 diamond, elementary to high school students have until Friday, Jan. 17, to...
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School officials asking for help in identifying three who vandalized 11 student lockers in November

By Andrew Park  /  December 23, 2019
School officials are still looking for the three unidentified male suspects caught on security cameras showing them vandalizing items inside...
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Damaged smoke detector in boys P.E. locker room prompts alarm to go off, 25-minute evacuation Dec. 5

By Isaac Choi  /  December 12, 2019
A damaged sensor to a smoke detector in the boys P.E. locker room prompted Sunny Hills’ fire alarm to go...
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School officials look to student body for help with making gym’s alma mater painting more appealing

By Katherine Kim  /  December 11, 2019
With Sunny Hills' alma mater back up on one of the walls of the newly remodeled gym, school officials are...
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Sunny Hills football team tosses ice cream to students at break Dec. 6 to celebrate CIF title

By Hope Li  /  December 9, 2019
This story was updated Dec. 12 with a quote from one of the football players. To the sound of Queen’s...
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The Accolade wins sixth place in Best of Show at national journalism convention in Washington, D.C.

By Hope Li  /  November 30, 2019
The Accolade school newspaper was one of two Southern California tabloids recognized Nov. 24 for placing in the Top 10...
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Gym to hold Dancing With the Staff in December because of PAC modernization

By Nevya Patel  /  November 19, 2019
For the first time in its eight-year history, the Dancing With the Staff [DWTS] fundraiser sponsored by Dance Department will...
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Columbia Scholastic Press Association names Accolade, Helios Crown award finalists — only Orange County publications to receive such a national honor

By Hope Li  /  November 15, 2019
The Accolade newspaper and Helios yearbook have been named a finalist for a national award sponsored by the Columbia Scholastic...
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ASB cancels Mr. Sunny Hills because of uncertainty over completion date of PAC remodeling

By Jaden Hom  /  November 15, 2019
While school officials expect the Performing Arts Center [PAC] to reopen in early March, the ASB has decided to cancel...
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Lancer Regiment takes first place at Oct. 26 tournament; first time winning sweepstakes against bigger bands

By Andrew Ngo  /  November 2, 2019
Following the Lancer Regiment’s first-place finish at the Valencia Field Tournament Oct. 12, the Sunny Hills band won sweepstakes at...
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Red Ribbon Week kicks off with ‘Net of Memories’ in quad

By Hope Li  /  October 29, 2019
This story has been updated Nov. 1 with new information as to who handed out the Red Ribbon Week bags....
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Sunny Hills on lockdown for 23 minutes morning of Oct. 24 after police alert administrators of armed men in the area

By Tyler Pak  /  October 24, 2019
This story was updated Oct. 25 with additional quotes from administrators; it was updated Oct. 31 with another student quote....
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Conservatory of Fine Arts to hold fall festival featuring Peanuts pumpkin patch theme

By Gianne Veluz  /  October 24, 2019
Celebrating its 10-year anniversary, the Conservatory of Fine Arts [COFA] plans to host its annual Fall Festival after school Oct....
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Korean Culture Club performs dance, martial arts, drum set at Buena Park festival

By Lira Jeong  /  October 23, 2019
Members of the Sunny Hills Korean Culture Club [KCC] performed a dance, a martial arts routine and a drum ensemble...
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Lancers raise $2,450 for breast cancer victim in one-minute fundraiser

By Andrew Ngo  /  October 23, 2019
As part of a fund-raising drive called “Miracle Minute,” Sunny Hills faculty and students raised $2,450 last week for Breast...
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