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El Camino Reality – Season 7 Episode 06

El Camino Reality – Season 7 Episode 06

This week we update you on some school news, observe the physics egg drop, demonstrate how to make some easy treats, share some cranky relative stories, Matt Boerner gives...  Read More »

Nov 16

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Busy student plans to work in Political Science, tackles high school first

Celeste Bustria, Editor-In-Chief / News Editor

While El Camino may be a few minutes away from her home, school tends to follow her to bed. “I have seven classes,” says junior Jasmine Moheb, “causing me to need coffee...  Read More »

Dec 5

AP Lang students recruit for TedxYouth at ECR

Celeste Bustria, Editor-in-Chief

Teenagers are actively expressing their opinions and insights on life unique from adult views. Eleventh grade students from Ian McFarlin’s Advanced Placement English class...  Read More »

Nov 6

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News

Friends of ECR fundraise with pancakes

Celeste Bustria, Editor-In-Chief / News Editor

With breakfast being the most important meal of the day, the friends of El Camino encourage students, faculty, families and the public to enjoy their Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser...  Read More »

Nov 13

CEA showcases a year of work

Katrina Hatami, News Editor

Students in the Careers in Entertainment Academy culminated a year of work by displaying their work in the annual CEA media showcase on Friday night in Anderson Hall. Advanced...  Read More »

May 31

Spencer’s 80/20 Design Festival helped students learn about current issues in and out of school

Ashley Paige, A&E Editor

Students of all grade levels interacted with each other at English teacher Samantha Spencer’s “80/20 Design Festival” last Wednesday during period 2 through 5 in Anderson...  Read More »

May 31

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A&E

CEA showcases a year of work

Katrina Hatami, News Editor

Students in the Careers in Entertainment Academy culminated a year of work by displaying their work in the annual CEA media showcase on Friday night in Anderson Hall. Advanced...  Read More »

May 31

Marvel heroes face off

Katrina Hatami, News Editor

Captain America: Civil War kicks off Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in what many call Marvel’s best movie to date. This is the third installment of the Capt...  Read More »

May 25

Dance classes perform for parents and students

Zach Janis, Health and Fitness Editor

Students and parents got to enjoy a dance production by Shelly Marshall’s classes. Several groups, choreographed by experienced members of the dance teams, performed dif...  Read More »

May 25

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Opinion/Editorial

“Thanks, Michelle Obama”

Katrina Hatami, News Editor

A terrible school lunch is the illegal icing on the contraband cake we’re not allowed to have on campus, but attempt to sneak in anyways, representative of the classic,...  Read More »

May 25

One small step for man, but no one is willing to take it.

Zane Leyva, Opinion Editor

What is a human? What does it mean to be human? Some would say that it is the ability to feel emotion, or to comprehend thoughts. Others would say it is the ability to change...  Read More »

May 16

Should ECR schedule a “Dead week” before finals?

Elnaz Guivatchian (pro) and Zach Janis (con)

PRO High school is an important stepping stone on the path to higher education. Many things we learn and do in high school are simply there to prepare us for universit...  Read More »

May 16

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Sports

Boys’ volleyball wins city title, loses to Loyola in SoCal regionals

Jack Dorfman, Sports Editor

After a season in which history was made nearly every time they stepped onto the court, the boys' volleyball season finally came to an end at Loyola High School, but only...  Read More »

May 31

Volleyball defeats Taft, advances to finals

Jack Dorfman, Sports' Editor

Boys' volleyball defeated the Taft Torreadors in straight sets, 25-16, 25-21, and 25-16, to continue its historic playoff run on May 17 at home. The Conquistadores were l...  Read More »

May 24

Softball wins at Chatsworth, clinches West Valley League title

Jack Dorfman, Sports Editor

Softball defeated the Chatsworth Chancellors, 4-3, to continue their undefeated league season with a record of 9-0 to clinch the West Valley League title on May 3 at Chats...  Read More »

May 4

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