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Fine art credits no longer required by in-state university

Written by Kasey Ruthardt, Staff Writer

September 23, 2015

Effective immediately, students no longer need a fine art credit for admission into any Arizona State University. This is a difference from the statement pounded into our minds freshman year saying that you have to have a fine art to get into a university. Many times people take a fine art their first year just to get it over...

Students must wear IDs next year

Written by Lily Corona, Staff Writer

May 19, 2015

For the upcoming 2015-2016 school year, students will be required to wear their student IDs on a lanyard around their neck at all times. It will be necessary to wear them in order to get on a school bus, onto campus, into any school activity and in order to put money in their lunch account. According to Principal Brent Brown,...

KEY Club has promising run at DCON convention

KEY Club has promising run at DCON convention

April 6, 2015

Corona’s Kiwanis Educating Youth (KEY) Club proved to have success in Albuquerque this past weekend. KEY...

KEY Club hosts successful

KEY Club hosts successful “Courage to Care Day”

February 24, 2015

Corona’s KEY Club successfully hosted “Courage to Care Day” on Feb. 21. KEY Club, led by senior...

Corona hosts eighth grade open house

Written by Juliana Edwards, Staff Writer

December 5, 2014

On Dec. 1, Corona hosted an eighth grade open house for all of the incoming freshmen and parents. Stele drum band performed in front of the auditorium to welcome in parents and eighth graders as they found their seats in the auditorium. Once students and parents were seated, Principal Brent Brown opened the service by...

Fry's Food and Drug prepares to close

Fry’s Food and Drug prepares to close

December 3, 2014

After 20 years, Fry’s Food and Drug on the southeast corner of Ray and Rural is closing its doors....

Spirit Days for the week of Homecoming

Written by Carson Pyatt, Online Editor in Chief

September 19, 2014

With Homecoming just around the corner, Corona StudCo has issued their annual Homecoming Spirit Week. September 22 will be the start of Spirit Week. Monday will be Jersey Day. Pick out your favorite player or team’s jersey, or wear one of your own. If you don’t have an actual jersey, a sport’s team T-shirt could be...

Corona PTO to host Costco shopping night

Written by Carson Pyatt, Online Editor in Chief

September 3, 2014

On Saturday, Sept. 20, Corona PTO will be hosting a Costco shopping event benefiting Corona del Sol. The event will be held at the Tempe Costco, located at 1445 W. Elliot Road, from 7-9 p.m. This will be a private event during which shoppers will be allowed to do their regular shopping. People who are not Costco members will...

NHS wins gold medal

Written by Aashini Choksi, Editor in Chief

August 25, 2014

Each year, Corona NHS participates in a different service project for the community. For the 2013-2014 school year, NHS partnered with Sol Buddies, a club where students can interact with special needs students. Corona’s NHS chapter received the gold medal for service award, honoring its commitment to Sol Buddies. “(NHS)...

Baccalaureate ceremony to take place May 18th

Written by Carson Pyatt, Online Editor in Chief

May 9, 2014

When a high school graduation ceremony is mentioned, what immediately comes to mind for most Corona students is the reading of names, crying over well-prepared graduation speeches and finally tossing those orange and yellow caps sky-high. There is, however, another ceremony that offers high school seniors a different look at...

Quizbowl participates in state championship

Written by Manali Chavan, Social Media Editor

February 26, 2014

Quizbowl’s B team placed third and A team placed fourth at the state championships on Saturday, Feb. 22 at Desert Vista High School. Junior Joseph Park placed fourth and junior Adam Huang placed fifth individually. “I think Corona in general did pretty well,” Huang said. The team already qualified for nationals at...

Corona alumna reaches for the stars with NASA

Written by Nikki Hinshaw, Editor in Chief

February 25, 2014

Once students walk out of the gates of Corona del Sol High School for the last time, their future is in their hands. With the education provided by this school, many alumni have been able to strive in their fields, including newly announced President of the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, Laurie Leshin. Leshin...

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