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Annual Pilipino Culture Night canceled because of COVID-19 pandemic; group leaders weigh possible summer show if government social distancing guidelines ease up

Bayanihan Club members perform one of their classic routines during a March 11, 2017, Pilipino Culture Night. This year’s April 18 event would have featured a similar performance if it didn't get canceled because of school closure stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. From The Accolade photo file

Alice Lee

May 3, 2020

While organizations like the ASB and Dance Production are posting video messages or performances on social media for Sunny Hills students or others to view because of their April canceled events, one campus club was considering something different. Bayanihan Club co-presidents senior Russel Mallari and Kristen D...

As oldest student group on campus, Key Club aims to empower its members with service, leadership skills

Senior Jenny Lee listens a Lieutenant Governor Ali Orouji, the governor for region 3 division 4 South, during the regional training conference on October 12, 2019.

Alice Shin

March 11, 2020

It’s the oldest club at Sunny Hills. It was first founded on May 6, 1960. And it was awarded CNH District of Key Club International’s Club of the Year last school year. “[Our] goal is to raise money for our preferred charities,” said science teacher David Kim, who has been adviser of Ke...

New Distributive Education Clubs of America offers alternative to FBLA

DECA vice president sophomore Rachel Lee shows freshman Saahil Kakaria (left) the Sunny Hills DECA website during a Nov. 14 club meeting. Photo taken by Accolade photographer Brianna Zafra.

Nicole Chung

November 18, 2019

They strive to become the next economic world leaders, dominate the world of business and pay tribute to business tycoons to give respect to the working field. Members of the Distributive Education Clubs of America [DECA] try to adjust in different fields of business and work to make business a well-known...

67 campus groups participate in annual Club Rush

Students sign up for the Junior States of America club. (Photo taken by Accolade photographer Brianna Zafra)

Chloe Lee

September 17, 2019

It was three days in the quad at break with students shouting, waving posters and offering free candy such as Jolly Ranchers, Dum Dums and Snickers. The first day -- Aug. 27 -- featured 20 student clubs. Two days later, the school’s annual Club Rush continued Aug. 29-30 with 22 clubs on the second day an...

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