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SAT to Change Starting with 2016 Test

Ally Lent

April 7, 2014

Filed under Local News

Two years from now, when students aspiring to excel on the SAT open their test booklets, they won't see what juniors and seniors years past are used to finding in them. On March 5, 2014, the College Board announced that the inf...

Magazine Correction for “Before I Graduate” Story

March 20, 2014

Filed under Local News

Mr. Hurrianko wants to make it clear that "[He doesn't] teach [his] students to “stand up to authority,” [he] teaches them to “question authority.” Though the two may seem identical, there is an important difference in...

Freshman Without 5th Period

Katie Morgan

March 14, 2014

Filed under Local News

Shayna Frink hears the bell ring, signaling the mass rush of students all heading to their fifth period classes. However, Frink doesn’t move with them. She walks off to the library and begins her homework in the air-conditio...

Need A Job?

Ally Lent

March 10, 2014

Filed under Local News

This Wednesday, March 12 the RHS Booster Club will be hosting their annual Job Fair in the Rocklin High School gym and theater. The event includes workshops for students that teach how to nail the interviewing process. Local busine...

AP Physics B to AP Physics 1

Leilah Lockett

March 8, 2014

Filed under Local News, Opinion

AP Physics B has been an AP class that many Rocklin High students have taken or are currently taking as an introduction to deeper level physics. Many take the class because they want to continue on and take some form of AP Physic...

Skills USA Advances to State

Emily McCrary

March 6, 2014

Filed under Local News

For the first time in over five years, the Skills USA team at Rocklin High School is sending all of their regional competitors to state. That’s fifteen competitors overall, four girls, and eleven boys.  Not only is this the ...

Foreign Language Department Says Adiós to AP Spanish

Ally Lent

March 6, 2014

Filed under Local News

AP Spanish, a course notorious for having one of the hardest AP tests in the spring, will not be offered as a class next school year. In years past, the class size has been shrinking, and only about 10 students want to take the ...

Government vs the Internet

Elias Alba

February 28, 2014

Filed under All Stories, Local News

Whether it’s free speech, privacy, security, or regulation, the Internet has been treated quite poorly by laws and regulations. As the Internet is growing from a luxury to a utility, like power and plumbing, legislation su...

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