News

Graduation Held at Death Bed

Ian Delnavaz, Sports editor

Angelica de Mesa, an El Camino alumna, graduated in a much different way from most students. As her graduation was approaching, it became clear that her mother, who was battling...  Read More »

August 18, 2014

Scanning for progress: Everything you need to know about our new textbook scanners.

Nick Malm

As a part of El Camino’s new sustainability initiative, barcode scanners were recently issued to every teacher to quickly and efficiently assign textbooks to students. The...  Read More »

August 18, 2014

APUSH test redesign encourages stronger thinking skills

Shiloh Sacks, Centerspread Editor

The Advanced Placement test for AP United States History has been redesigned to challenge students to think and not memorize. The new test has restructured the way AP U.S....  Read More »

August 18, 2014

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A&E

ECR’s First Annual College Fair

Elaine Holguin, A&E Editor

El Camino will host its very first College Fair, Saturday, Sept. 6, from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. “It will be a great opportunity for students to speak directly with college...  Read More »

August 21, 2014

Improvements Being Made to AP Studio Art

Elaine Holguin, A&E Editor

AP Studio Art, a college level visual arts class taught by Matthew Harbourt, is undergoing many changes and improvements from last year. Harbourt is beginning his second...  Read More »

August 18, 2014

Comet review

KK Messadieh

A stand-out at this year's Los Angeles Film Festival, and one of the films that could capture a young audience, is Comet, starring Justin Long and Emmy Rossum.  The...  Read More »

June 22, 2014

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Opinion/Editorial

The Construction Woes

James Julian, Sports Editor

The summer has ended, however the school-wide construction project has not. As dictated by Los Angeles Unified School District, several of the buildings around campus have...  Read More »

August 18, 2014

SPORTS COMMENTARY: Is soccer American?

Elnaz Guivatchian , managing editor

During the summer, millions of people around the world gathered to watch the much-anticipated FIFA World Cup. Thirty-two teams from around the world qualified to play in...  Read More »

August 16, 2014

All honors classes should be weighted

With the recent stress of finals still lingering in most students’ heads and the promise of summer no longer a distant fantasy, I find myself questioning the true meaning...  Read More »

May 30, 2014

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Sports

Sports Face Off

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April 8, 2014

Sports Face Off – Season 2 Episode 3

Sports Face Off – Season 2 Episode 3

December 8, 2013

Boys Basketball starts season with win against San Pedro

Nick Shahbazyar, Sports editor

Boys basketball started their season with a strong win against San Pedro High School on Monday with a score of 101-62. They hope the momentum of their strong pre-season performance...  Read More »

December 5, 2013

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How to create your own club in a few easy steps.

Fatema Keyzar, A&E Editor

  Here at ECR we offer students not only an opportunity to join the clubs they like, but also to create a club for other students to enjoy. Many students may be reluctant...  Read More »

August 18, 2014

Student Bible Fellowship

Student Bible Fellowship

Torry Hughes

Student Bible Fellowship is a great club for students who are Christians or are members of a Christian church. Meetings are held at lunch in room T-31 every Monday. Sometimes...  Read More »

May 9, 2014

My first time… on a dune buggy ride

Mariapia Aquije , Features Editor

I’m originally from a small town called Ica, Peru, located 300 kilometers from the capital, Lima. During this past winter break, I was lucky enough to be able to visit Ica...  Read More »

February 11, 2014

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