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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

Class of 2021 alumnus Tyler Pak walks to class in Rome on Wednesday. Pak was among those who accepted a spring semester admission offer by USC.

USC among few offering spring admits

Chris Lee December 8, 2021

Sunny Hills Class of 2018 alumnus Daniel Briones encountered a surprise after opening his status update on his USC portal back on March 23, 2018.  It was an acceptance letter decorated with falling...

Junior Carson Kim keeps track of his shot during the 2020 Junior Players Championships in Florida.

‘Tee-riffic’ junior top golfer set to join the Trojans after verbal commitment

Esther Oh September 8, 2021

When junior Carson Kim started playing golf at the age of 7, he didn’t expect to be recognized as one of the greatest players in Sunny Hills history, and he certainly didn’t expect to be...

 Kathryn Aurelio, Class of 2021, sits in front of her laptop to find application information for her college application editing service @collegeessaygals on Instagram. She runs this business with alumni Anika Madan and Amaya Mitchell.

Stressed about college apps?

Divya Bharadwaj September 7, 2021

Senior year. A time filled with spirit days like Black and Gold Day, traditions like Grad Nite and most importantly, graduation.  But wrapped up in the midst of these moments – especially during...

A screen shot of the Investopedia web page and its option to set up an investment simulator, which is a first step to learning about investing in the stock market.

Here’s how Investopedia — not Wikipedia — has taught me to become financially literate about stock market, day trading

Daniel Kong May 28, 2020

In my sophomore year, I got approval from the Associated Student Body [ASB] to create my own club, Distributive Education Clubs of America [DECA]. Although I was already a member of the Future Business...

Art illustrated by contributing artist Ngan Dang. 

‘Fight on’ for USC’s new free tuition policy for families with $80,000 or less in income

Divya Bharadwaj May 24, 2020

As students reach their junior and senior years, an inevitable issue they will confront is whether to apply to public or private universities. They choose to apply to the former not because the latter...

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