Class Registration

Alex Hifler, Online Media Editor

January 23, 2017

Filed under Briefs, Campus Life

This week is class registration! Class registration gives students the opportunity to plan for their next school year and choose classes for next year. Spread out by class year freshman will spend part of Monday learning about...

Spotlight: Noah Contreras

January 17, 2017

Filed under Campus Life, Features

Senior Noah Contreras has been in Speech and Debate for three years, participating in Policy debate, Public Forum debate, Extemporaneous speaking, and Impromptu speaking. Public Forum is Contreras’ main event. “I wanted to b...

CREW-cial people to the production

Kristine Le, Blogs Editor, A&E Editor

December 14, 2016

Filed under A&E, Campus Life, Top Stories

At every play you go to, you see the beautiful actors on stage telling their story to the masses. You feel the fear as the thunder claps overhead and the lights flicker. You hear the soft sound of drizzling rain and see the scene change ...

Changing Hands comes to McClintock

Amayrani Chaparro, Media Manager

November 18, 2016

Filed under Briefs, Campus Life

Changing Hand’s Teen Programming is on Nov 21st during lunch in room 205. Join changing Hand’s to learn more about opportunities such as teen volunteering, Teen book club, writing and publishing book reviews and more. To l...

Marching Band 5th in State

Alex Hifler, Online Media Editor

November 14, 2016

Filed under Briefs, Campus Life, News, Sports, Top Stories

  The Charger Marching Band placed 5th in the State Marching Band Championship this Veterans Day Weekend. Their excellent performance was commemorated by Mayor of Tempe Mark Mitchell who declared today McClintock High School marching band day....

Internships give students chances to be involved

Abby Karlin, Business Manager, Opinions Editor

November 7, 2016

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Top Stories

While the media loves to say that millennials are lazy and stereotype them as kids who do not know anything about what is going on in the world, many students are proving this to be false.  Several MHS students have political internships and help t...

TUHSD pays for PSAT for all students

Katelynn Showers, Managing Editor, Features Editor

November 7, 2016

Filed under Campus Life, News

Joseph Melone, was about digital citizenship. In the class- rooms, teachers discussed goal setting for students.” In the second hour class, teachers discussed goal-setting with students. The PSAT is the test that ...

Behind the scenes

Katelynn Showers, Managing Editor

November 5, 2016

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Top Stories

Stage Manager - Maddison Marrs (sophomore) Q: What do you do? A: I personally make sure set, light, and sound changes happen on time. Q: Why did you join? A: I joined because my sister had told me about her lo...

PE standards vary from sports to summer school

Abby Karlin, Business Manager, Opinions Editor

October 24, 2016

Filed under Campus Life, Opinion, Top Stories

Last year, I wrote a piece on PE, and how it was unfair that students who participated in school sports still had to get a PE Credit. The general argument was that PE and Sports are different because PE has a curriculum and required...

Are brand name schools better?

Mitchell Wenger, News Editor

October 24, 2016

Filed under Campus Life, Opinion, Top Stories

Harvard. Stanford. MIT. Yale. All colleges that every American strives to attend. The pinnacle of academic achievement. The most elite colleges in the country. But are they really worth it? Every single senior stresses about how they...

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