The student news site of El Camino Real Charter High School
El Camino Reality – Season 6 Episode 2

El Camino Reality – Season 6 Episode 2

This week we welcome some new teachers to our staff,talk about recent controversy about elco's fake Twitter page, bring you some opinions on the welcome back parade cancellation,...  Read More »

September 1, 2015

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New SAT to impact those graduating after 2016

Christine Kim, Features Editor

The College Board will be changing the format, content and scoring of the SAT in March 2016. The redesigned SAT, which stands for Scholastic Achievement Test, will be focusing...  Read More »

August 30, 2015

My First Time: Living in Paris

My First Time: Living in Paris

McKenna Thurber, A&E Editor

Eleven months after picking up a French textbook for the first time, I was on an airplane on my way to Paris. The program I was headed to was an international study abroad...  Read More »

August 23, 2015

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News

El Camino takes measures to save water

Elnaz Guivatchian, Editor in Chief

Striving to implement greener policies, the school took several efforts over the summer to reduce the amount of water used. These projects include removing the Japanese...  Read More »

August 31, 2015

Campus renovations prompt cancellations and adaptations

Christine Kim, Features Editor

Students are all too familiar with the inconveniences of construction, as previous projects have affected the flow of foot traffic between buildings. This year's construction...  Read More »

August 31, 2015

Student behind @elcoofficiaI reveals himself

Katrina Hatami, News Editor

Tweets from the notorious fake El Camino Twitter account have been dominating the feeds of students for the past two weeks, and the student behind the fake account has officially...  Read More »

August 31, 2015

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A&E

An album definitely worth the wait

Ashley Paige, A&E Editor

One of the most anticipated albums for years is finally here. After two years of waiting, The Weeknd released Beauty Behind The Madness. The album has 14 original songs includ...  Read More »

August 31, 2015

REVIEW: Paper Towns

Celeste Bustria

I’ve waited for the day that I could hop in a minivan, travel across the states, stop by an abandoned souvenir shop, then almost get killed by a cow on the road. Instead--...  Read More »

August 17, 2015

New on Netflix: Sense8

Katrina Hatami, News Editor

Imagine that you have seven other versions of yourself scattered across the world. San Francisco, Chicago, Mexico City, London, Berlin, Mumbai, Nairobi, Seoul, and there you...  Read More »

August 17, 2015

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Opinion/Editorial

Physicist figures out 40-year paradox

Dorrin Shahsavari, Reviews Editor

Ever wondered what would happen if you were to put your toe into a black hole? If Stephen Hawking’s theory is correct, you may land in another universe very similar to th...  Read More »

August 31, 2015

Priorities: profit over survival, right?

Zane Leyva, Opinion Editor

Water is a clear liquid that makes up 60 percent of the human race, and 71 percent of the Earth. With numbers that big, it must be pretty important to survival. California’s...  Read More »

August 27, 2015

The tradition is half of the fun

Elnaz Guivatchian, Editor in Chief

Senior year is the year that every wide-eyed, nervous freshman dreams of. Most can't wait to be the big fish on campus and be able to participate in all of the senior activities...  Read More »

August 17, 2015

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Sports

Student athletes verbally commit to colleges

Josh Schaefer, Sports Writer

Not only is El Camino Real the “Home of Academic and Athletic Excellence,” it is also the home of college-bound student athletes. In recent years, El Camino has established...  Read More »

August 31, 2015

Conquistador Kickoff ends in loss

Matt Boerner, Sports Editor

The Conquistadores kicked off what they hope to be a successful 2015 season on Friday, August 28. The team faced off against LaSalle in a very rare match-up. El Camino was...  Read More »

August 31, 2015

Girls tennis hopeful for strong season

Zane Leyva, Opinion Editor

The girls tennis team looks to build off of a successful year last season, ending with an 11-4 record. Head coach Lori Chandler has high hopes for this upcoming season, despite...  Read More »

August 30, 2015

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