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Freshman dropped off the grid

November 22, 2020 Interview with Mr. Ceja on the computer distribution and other issues with technology and internet for the school year...

Varsity volleyball captain Li Bahler channels her fighting spirit to lead a fresh team this season

Varsity volleyball captain Li Bahler going for an attack against Debakey High School this season.
November 20, 2020

Li Bahler has been playing volleyball as young as 8 years old. She tells her road to success in this interview and how she plans to bring the CVHS Varsity Volleyball team to the top.

From Trayvon Martin to George Floyd to the March on Washington, Black Student Union president Ashton Brown chronicles his growing activism for racial justice

November 20, 2020

Black Student Union president, junior Ashton Brown, was only about 9 years old when the 17-year-old African-American Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by vigilante police in 2012. At that time, he...

CVHS Clubs Experience a Mix of Obstacles and Success Online

CVHS' club announcement board offers a variety of student-run activities for the campus to join, even from their homes.
October 14, 2020

Looking at the CVHS clubs announcement board can be quite dizzying for some students. There are currently 93 student-run clubs listed on CVHS' website and usually in full swing during lunch times on a...

Standardized Testing While Social Distancing: CVHS Prepares for Testing Season

Students and teachers are expected to wear their masks during standardized testing.
October 14, 2020

CVHS is officially in test day countdown. From October 27th through October 29th, the school will host the College Board’s PSAT for freshmen and juniors, and the SAT for seniors. Given the COVID-19 circumstances,...

Virtual learning demands college- level self-discipline of CVHS students

October 14, 2020

CVHS students are now getting a taste of the self-discipline needed to survive virtual learning this semester.    Ever since online learning started in the last cycle of the 2019-2020...

An all-too familiar past: unfolding two of the past centuries’ deadliest pandemics

(top)Seattle drugstore employees gather downtown amid 1918's influenza pandemic
(bottom)Pedestrians crossing the streets of downtown New York City mid- COVID-19 pandemic, 2020
May 13, 2020

With the global population enduring the unwelcomed arrival of COVID-19, our lifestyles have unanimously veered into a bender. We find ourselves in an age with no guidelines, where the amount of honors...

How COVID-19 has changed the lives of Medical Personal

April 13, 2020

“We pray before we go to work, praying that you won’t catch anything or bring home anything.” Some employees are so afraid that they have become almost germaphobic, spending the first hour and...

My List of the Top 5 Most Influential Movies to Watch During Black History Month

My List of the Top 5 Most Influential Movies to Watch During Black History Month
February 27, 2020

As you may know, this month, February, is America’s Black History Month, where we honor the struggles and accomplishments of Black people in America and in the world. This month stands to appreciate...

Fun Facts about our teachers

November 15, 2019

With the start of the new year, students are able to interact and meet with new teachers and staff members they may or may not have encountered before in their previous years. New connections are made,...

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