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Washington, who is the artist of this work, said, [They figured out their art was being put in the showcase] by Mrs. Minadeo submitting it and then she just told me that it was going to be on the cover of the poster [promoting the exhibit].” Photo by: Avea Baker
Students show off their artwork at the Museum of Ventura County
Avea Baker June 18, 2022
The Ventura High School Drama Department hosted the Youre a Good Man, Charlie Brown play at the Ventura High School auditorium. Photo by: Adi De Clerck
VHS Drama Department presents "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown"
Avea Baker and Adi De Clerck June 18, 2022
Melina Benitez 22 said, My favorite part was being a team and all of the girls letting loose and just having a good time. I loved the experience of powderpuff. I think people need to do it more and realize how much fun it is and who cares what anyone thinks! I will miss the teachers who made my day, and the dances a lot. Ill take any excuse to dress up. Photo by: Samantha Castañeda
VHS plays their annual Powderpuff game after two years
Samantha Castañeda June 28, 2022
Valentina Fakrogha 24, alternate junior Chelsea Ochoa, Olivia Mobley 25 and Ryan Mendez 23 (left to right) at the CIF state championships, which they qualified for with their record-breaking time. Photo by: Ryan Mendez
Girls track quad trample the previous 4x400 school record
Avery Cameron June 26, 2022
The voluntary summer program is operated by the Ventura Unified School District, which entirely runs the June session and partners with the charter school Learn4Life for the July session. Graphic by: Alejandro Hernandez
VHS summer school is now underway
Alejandro Hernandez June 21, 2022
Bradley Orozco 23 said, “I joined the Safe Space Club because I think its cool to have a place where you can just say how youre feeling and where you can be honest and stuff. I like that theres fun people who wont judge and I like the mutual agreement of ‘whatever happens in the club stays in the club.’ I feel safe talking about my problems because seeing other people talk about theirs, lets me know they trust me and I can trust them. Graphic by: Samantha Castañeda
Club feature: The Safe Space Club helps students find their safe space
Samantha Castañeda June 20, 2022
Junior Carlos Garcia (pictured on the left) said, My junior year was pretty solid to be honest. I made lots of new friends and had lots of fun. My senior year Im looking forward to the upcoming football season. Academically, my junior year was pretty good. The JV soccer season was okay. Next year Im looking forward to being on varsity and graduating. Photo by: Halle Gentry
What are rising seniors looking forward to next year?
Halle Gentry June 16, 2022
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