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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

Junior Luke Hong (left) checks his answers after senior Lucas Zhuang helps him with math homework in Room 45.

Algebra Center offers free math tutoring after school

Henry Lee September 24, 2021

To many students, math is arduous. But to senior Yeonji Baek, the subject comes naturally. Her understanding of concepts in Advanced Placement [AP] Statistics and AP Calculus BC motivated her to help other...

Using the Google Meet platform during distance learning, new math teacher Dorothy Cheng reviews on Aug. 19 from her classroom parabolic equations (left) with her third period Algebra 2 class.

New math teacher brings the right formula of experiences into her instruction

Audrey Seo September 5, 2020

This is the first of a series of upcoming, weekly feature profiles of new, full-time teachers and administrators at Sunny Hills High School for 2020-2021. Dorothy Cheng knew she wanted to become a math...

Math teacher Amanda Morris gears up with water bottles, a knee brace, hat, and sunglasses for her first marathon in Long Beach in 2013. Image used with permission from Amanda Morris.

Mathematician meets marathons 

Hanna Oltman October 25, 2019

After a long day of lecturing and grading papers, most teachers head home to get some well-needed rest. However, Sunny Hills math teacher Amanda Morris puts on her running shoes, grabs some water and hits...

New math teacher and Sunny Hills alumnus Minhoh Han teaches his geometry students about specific equations that can be applied to different shapes on Sept. 4. Han (Class of 2009) joins 13 other instructors here who also graduated from this campus.  Photo taken by Accolade photo editor Megan Shin.

New math teacher adds to number of faculty who graduated from Sunny Hills

Lira Jeong August 29, 2019

“It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen.”  This is one of several famous statements made by former UCLA men’s basketball coach John Wooden. His grandson-in-law,...

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