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The Accolade

The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

The Accolade

The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

The Accolade

Alex Lee

Alex Lee, Staff Reporter

After his year-long Journalism 1 experience during his freshman year, sophomore Alex Lee joins The Accolade to further pursue his writing career. He enters The Accolade this fall semester as a staff reporter and seeks an editor position in his future years. Through The Accolade, he plans to publish stories to bring entertainment to his readers and be a part of this award-winning newspaper. Although expecting several struggles, Lee hopes to overcome them with his accomplishments to The Accolade. In his spare time, Lee enjoys playing soccer and hanging out with friends.

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Defender senior Anika Osborne in an April 20 home game against La Habra. Osborne has made a verbal commitment to play for the girls soccer team at the University of
California, Irvine.

Senior girls soccer player heading to Irvine to join the Anteaters

September 9, 2021

Senior Anika Osborne is a legacy student.  Her mom, Christina Osborne, played soccer as a defender for Sunny Hills from 1982-1984. Christina Osborne — along with her older brother, Jaron, also an...

In the breezeway next to the 100s building, sophomore Ashley Kim (left) joins her fellow Associated Student Body [ASB] members in painting a letter on a poster to be used the next day, Friday, Aug. 20, in the Welcome Back assembly. The in-person gathering will be the first to take place in the gym since the coronavirus pandemic closed down schools in March 2020.

Students get first chance to attend a live assembly in the gym today, Aug. 20, after a year of virtual ones because of the coronavirus pandemic

August 20, 2021

Students will have a chance to attend Sunny Hills’ traditional Welcome Back assembly in the gym today, Aug. 20, the first live, indoor gathering since February 2020 – a month before the coronavirus...

The Accolade speaks to various experts including Sunny Hills teachers
and even some local forecasters — yes, psychics — to find out what the new year has in store for Americans and the rest of the world.

What’s in the cards for 2021?

December 30, 2020

During the last presidential debate, Democratic nominee and former vice president Joe Biden described 2021 as the start of a “dark winter” because of the spread of COVID-19. Will 2021 start out...

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