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Justin Park

Justin Park, Staff Reporter

Sophomore Justin Park spent his freshman year taking the prerequisite class, Journalism 1. This year, he looks forward to contribute to The Accolade as a staff reporter.

Outside of The Accolade, Park is involved in several clubs and plays for the sophomore boys basketball team. Throughout his sophomore year, Park hopes to balance his time between school and extracurricular activities.

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College planning consultant Alisa Berner, who has past experience working with high school students and parents throughout the application process, offers advice for upperclassmen after the Supreme Court decision to strike down affirmative action in June 2023. (Illustration by Lindsey Um)

NAVIGATING COLLEGE ADMISSIONS: Private counselor Alisa Berner offers advice on essays with current affirmative action decisions

Justin Park, Staff Reporter January 31, 2024

Independent educational consultant and private college counselor Alisa Berner, who also works at Rancho Bueno Vista High School, helps students find the best academic, social and financial fit for their...

 Safety senior Elleion Lemon gets ready to tackle the Woodbridge High School player on Thursday, Aug. 31, at Buena Park High School Stadium. The Lancers’ defense held the Warriors to 13 points, as their offense under first-year quarterback sophomore, Madden Leasau, helped Sunny Hills secure the victory with 21 points.

FOOTBALL PREVIEW: With a new quarterback, Lancers look to bounce back with more wins and deeper CIF run

Justin Park, Staff Reporter September 28, 2023

Coaches: David Wilde (head coach, offensive coordinator), Matt Acosta (defensive coordinator), Bruce Wallace (offensive line), Joseph Karavedas (receivers, defensive backs), Chris Parrales (fullbacks/defensive...

SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION: Chemistry teacher Mason Morris holds a pack of HotHands on Friday, March 17, in his classroom to demonstrate how it works.

HOT, HOT, HOT: Product to keep hands warm is trending among some students seeking to overcome the cold weather

Justin Park, Staff Reporter May 14, 2023

With the extension of cold weather this winter, freshman Jadyn Slaud resolved to purchase thermal clothing to withstand the drooping temperature, yet, though insulating, his puffer jacket did not suffice. Looking...

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