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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

David Kim

David Kim, Staff Reporter

As a new staff reporter for The Accolade, sophomore David Kim has high hopes for the upcoming school year. In his freshman year, Kim struggled to balance school and other activities, but is now confident in handling these tasks along with his workload from The Accolade.

In his spare time Kim enjoys calling and playing games with his friends.

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Seniors Tony Salas (left) and Victor Lang practice strides Monday, March 13, at the Sunny Hills track in preparation for their Tuesday, March 28, meet at Buena Park High School stadium.

BOYS TRACK PREVIEW: Lancers look to improve with more eligible for CIF

David Kim, Staff Reporter March 29, 2023

Coaches: Jacob Holloway (head coach), Ashley Bordy (distance), Kyle Calderon (strength and sprints), Andrew Guevara (hurdles) Top Returning Players: Charles Kearny (10), Victor Lang (12), Elias Peru...

Accolade editor-in-chief senior Kate Yang checks the information sheet for the newspaper layout category while working on Adobe InDesign during the Orange County Journalism Education Association contest Saturday, March 4, at Fullerton College. The senior’s entry earned her a first-place trophy.

The Accolade wins 2 of 3 Best of Show plaques from Orange County student media contest

David Kim, Staff Reporter March 17, 2023

A tiebreaker to determine first place that went against The Accolade’s online work prevented the journalism program from sweeping the Orange County Journalism Education Association’s  [OCJEA] Best...

The wellness sticker in the girls and boys restrooms contains a supportive message and help services for those who are in a mental crisis.

FJUHSD designs stickers promoting mental wellness

David Kim, Staff Reporter February 18, 2023

Students who have been using the restrooms on campus since mid-January may have noticed some new decor. Sprawled on doors and walls are vertical, rectangular-shaped stickers with the Lancer knight logo...

New auto shop teacher Jesse Munoz (left) demonstrates how to fabricate an engine support brace to sophomore Jacob Carr in his Advanced and Intermediate Auto Shop second period class in Room 131 last semester.

New auto shop teacher wants students to learn beyond just nuts, bolts of being a mechanic

David Kim, Staff Reporter January 30, 2023

This is the last in a series of profiles on full-time instructors hired at Sunny Hills during or before the fall semester last year. A part-time English teacher last semester now works full time this spring,...

Multiversus, a novel and competitive two vs. two platform fighting game, is available on all consoles (except for Nintendo Switch) and Windows devices.

Multiversus makes players double up to double the fun

David Kim, Staff Reporter September 30, 2022

“PREPARE YOURSELF!” That’s the male announcer-type voice that players hear when they load into the recently released Multiversus game and turn to face their opponents. This novel and competitive...

Gamma 1 (left) gets ready to defend himself as Son Gohan angrily charges up a ki blast in this artist rendering of a scene in the middle of “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero,” a film released earlier this school year.

Latest movie installment of ‘80s Japanese anime, Dragon Ball, still ‘Super’

David Kim, Staff Reporter September 12, 2022

KA-ME-HA-ME-HA! That’s the signature attack that most protagonists in the Dragon Ball TV and movie series shout out loud before a shining whitish-blue beam obliterates the villain. But in the recently...

Bayanihan club members junior Chearriez Alvarez (left) and senior Jonah Alagao prepare for their cultural performance after school last semester in the quad.

Korean and Filipino cultural shows to return to the Performing Arts Center later this spring unless COVID-19 positive cases spike

David Kim, Staff Reporter January 24, 2022

This article originally appeared in the Nov. 19, 2021, print issue of The Accolade. But in that version, it abruptly ended. This is the full story. After clubs were restricted from hosting cultural...

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