Morningside High Student Wins Award in American Advertising Federation Contest


A design by Morningside High School senior Perla Aguilar clinched an award earlier this month in a contest sponsored by the American Advertising Federation. The 18-year-old was the only high school student who entered the American Advertising Awards student competition in Los Angeles, and won her bronze prize in the poster design category. Perla’s striking […]

Spelling Bee Winners


Morningside High Spelling Bee Winners Competed Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at Oak St Elementary in Districtwide Competition Morningside Winners 12th grade winners Jalyn Bell and Oswaldo Flores 11th grade winners Bania Alvarado and Daniel Soriano 9th graders winner Javier Rodriquez District Winner placements from Morningside: 12th grade winners 2nd Place Jalyn Bell 3rd Place Oswaldo […]

MHS Welcomes AVID Program


By Debby Erazo ‘17 AVID stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination. AVID serves all students but to be able to enter the program you must fill out an application. The formula of AVID is to raise student expectations of themselves. Over the years, the program has grown tremendously. This is the first year that AVID […]

Magnet Exposes Students To Unchartered Waters


By Cristina Berron ‘15 This year the magnet program has increased its involvement in outside activities such as fieldtrips where magnet students can obtain more knowledge than ever. Ms. Allen, head of the program, has been working hard for magnet so that the magnet students can have the ability to leave the campus and be […]

New & Improved “Great Western Forum”


By Elliot Villalpondo ‘15 The forum in Inglewood, CA has gone through a multi-million dollar renovation. Madison Square Garden Co. bought the forum last year for $23. 5 million from the Faithful Central Church. MSG Co. is confident that after this renovation, the forum may be able to compete with its rival the Staples Center. […]

The Legacy of Mandela


By Damian Torres ‘14  Mandela spent 27 years in prison until his release in 1990, nine days after the unbanning of the ANC. Throughout his imprisonment he had rejected at least three conditional offers of release.  Mandela’s birth name – Rolihlahla – is an isiXhosa name that means “pulling the branch of the […]

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