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Seniors Eric Chang, Vinayak Joglekar, Alicia Park, and Diya Rajon present their project for an indoor algae farm. The team focused on using carbon sequestration to reduce emissions and produce oxygen as efficiently as possible.  Photo courtesy of Westwood Engineering.

Engineering Students Present Final Projects

Riya Patil, Reporter April 27, 2022

On Thursday, April 21 and Friday, April 22, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., engineering students hosted their final project presentations for the graduating class of seniors, with seven groups presenting on...

Chaos ensues in the makeshift stock exchange market as IB students rush to trade various commodities in a team-building exercise. The retreat included several bonding activities throughout the day.

I-Be Bonding: IB Community Hosts First Retreat Promoting Importance of Team Building

Nashitha Azeez, Dreamcatcher Assistant Editor November 9, 2021

To strengthen the International Baccalaureate (IB) program community after a year of virtual interactions, students attended the IB Retreat in the cafeteria on Monday, Nov. 1. There was a morning session...

Seniors 17 years and 10 months or older line up to register to vote for the first time. Their vote will be essential to the upcoming vote on proposed changes in county, city, and state governments. Everyone should vote so that everyones opinion matters, Bryan Groves 22 said.

Senior Class Voting Registration Flex Session Emphasizes Importance of Voicing Opinions

Amoli Agarwal, Horizon Editor-in-Chief October 1, 2021

County, city, and state representatives visited the school on Friday, Oct. 1 during Flex to inform seniors about the importance of voting and allow them to register if they were old enough to do so....

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