The Stampede

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March 20, 2014

With all of the chaos that is created by choosing classes students often find themselves overwhelmed by class choices. This is especially true when it comes to the English classes that are available at...

Among other new classes that will be offered during the 2014-2015 school year is a semester-long Philosophy course.

New year, new classes

Amanda Mileski and Anna Peirano March 12, 2014

The students of Monte Vista in the 2014-2015 school year should not only look forward to a new school year, but also the chance to take new classes that will be offered at the school next year. Three of...

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Creative prom proposals

Taylor Wright, Staff Writer March 12, 2014

    When pigs fly, out of all the fish in the sea, will you go to prom with me? It has come to that time of the year where every junior girl and guy starts to wonder how and when they will be asked.      Over...

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Teen Job & Career Fair

Abi Gilson, News Editor March 12, 2014

There is no better time than now for high school students to begin acquiring the skills needed to be successful in the workforce. On March 1st at the Teen Job & Career Fair, teens had the opportunity...

Hoopla Rally Slideshow

Danny Carpentier Balough, Staff Writer February 20, 2014

A recap of the 2014 Hoopla Rally

An impressive journey

Emma Knutson and Laura Kenny February 13, 2014

Out of over 100,000 people that auditioned for American Idol, our very own senior Rachel Rolleri made to the top 100 contestants during Hollywood week. She auditioned in San Francisco over the summer...

Internet Famous

Isabella Ordaz, Business Manager February 12, 2014

We no longer consume media. Media consumes us. According to the Washington Post, American teenagers spend more than 7 ½ hours a day consuming a variety of media, including social media. Although social...

Doña Sandra will be hosting a Costa Rica trip for interested MV students this summer. In the summer of 2009, she took many students that were dedicated to improving their Spanish while immersing themselves in the rich, Costa Rican, pura vida lifestyle.

Costa Rica trip

Samantha Teshima, Staff Writer February 12, 2014

This summer, students here at MV will have a chance to go to Costa Rica. Not many students get to experience a school trip to a different country. The trip, lasting two weeks, will be hosted by Spanish...

A typical day for a Chabot volunteer includes roaming the halls, ready to explain basic scientific ideas to the patrons.

Chabot: Bridging the gap between the classroom and reality

Reilly Olson, Staff Writer February 12, 2014

What do your Friday nights consist of? A movie with friends? Dinner with family? While these may be nice, a few MV students are finding a more exciting way to pass their free time. If you’ve ever wanted...

The Prom Dilemma

Kiara Miltin, Staff Writer February 12, 2014

Ladies calm down… It’s only prom! It’s safe to say that any girl has the right to get ready for prom, but at times, some girls rush to get ready a little bit too early.There are various forms of...

Marching Band

Marching Band

Reilly Olson, staff Writer December 20, 2013

Anyone in marching band will assure you that the experience is unlike anything else, and the only way to understand a band kid is to be one. This particular season was a phenomenal one for these talented...

Mike Smith, an inspirational speaker, talks to the Monte Vista senior class

Where is your legacy?

Erin Donnelley, Managing Editor December 19, 2013

It is said that our generation is the most selfish and materialistic generation that has ever existed. We obsess over meaningless and empty things like the amount of likes we get on instagram or how many...

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