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The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

The Accolade

The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

The Accolade

The Accolade will be taking a short hiatus from posting stories during summer break — unless breaking news occurs. We will renew posting shortly. Until then, feel free to browse through our existing content.

National Honor Society [NHS] adviser and English teacher Randy Oudega inspects the 61 NHS cords for seniors to wear on graduation day on Wednesday, May 18, in his classroom. The cords will be distributed on Tuesday, May 24, from his classroom during lunch, the same time when nearly 50 non-seniors will be inducted into the group.
National Honor Society to induct nearly 50 new members May 24 in first live ceremony since the 2018-2019 school year
Seowon Han, Cub Reporter
The Associated Student Body’s poster promotes the theme for the school’s first stag dance May 20 — the first since the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March 2020.
After two-year hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic, stag returns to the gym May 20
Hannah Lee, Copy Editor
Spanish teacher John Marvin makes sure he finishes the spring semester strong as he sits in front of his computer screen in Room 85 after issuing tests for his fifth period Spanish 1 class on Friday, May 20. After 38 years working here as a Spanish teacher, Marvin retired at the end of the 2021-2022 school year.
Spanish teacher says adios to students, staff for the last time, retiring after a 38-year tenure
Irene Sheen, Social Media Manager
New, full-time on-campus nurse inspired by mom, a first responder
New, full-time on-campus nurse inspired by mom, a first responder
Minjeong Kim, Feature Editor
Once a journalist, always an activist
Once a journalist, always an activist
Krishna Thaker, Special Sections Editor
Senior Rida Zar and members of her family pray at the shrine of Bibi Masuma during a trip to Iran in March.
Trip to Iran opened my eyes to my heritage
Rida Zar, Opinion Editor
Reporter’s notebook: A reflection on my journey as a journalist
Reporter’s notebook: A reflection on my journey as a journalist
Michelle Sheen, Editor-in-Chief
A&E
Lil Huddy’s debut album “Teenage Heartbreak” showcases the young artist’s potential as the next great pop-punk musician with 11 tracks.
Lil Huddy’s debut album “Teenage Heartbreak” taps into niche of pop-punk genre fans
Andrew Park, Arts & Entertainment Editor
After making an impressive appearance on season 19 of the “American Idol” before withdrawing from the competition, 19-year-old Benson Boone returns to the music scene with his debut single. “GHOST TOWN” conveys sorrowful and pensive emotions felt after a breakup.
Debut song by upcoming artist Benson Boone impressive
Justin Pak
Senior Kailee Chow breezes her way through the 500-meter freestyle, finishing in first place at El Dorado High School on Feb 23. She later broke the Sunny Hills record for the 100-yard butterfly event with a time of 55.65 and secured the Division 2 CIF title.
Senior leaves girls swim team with perfect Freeway League record
Alex Lee, Staff Reporter
Opposite hitter junior Nathan Casasola (left) joins middle blocker senior Sebastian Bonca in an attempt to stop Arroyo Grande’s outside hitter, senior Josh McCune, from scoring a point during the first round of the state CIF tournament Tuesday, May 18, in the SH gym.
After taking first CIF-SS Division 5 title, boys volleyball keeps momentum going with first round state CIF win Tuesday, May 17
Grace Min, Staff Reporter
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