The Stampede

  • January 26Men's Basketball: MV-64 Granada-42

  • January 24Men's Soccer: MV-2 Cal-2

  • January 24Women's Soccer: MV-2 Cal-1

  • January 24Women's Basketball: MV-47 Foothill-26

  • January 24Men's Basketball: MV-59 Foothill-33

They’ve been thrifting before you

They’ve been thrifting before you

Saman Ali, Op/ed Editor

March 4, 2019


Filed under Feature, Humans of Monte Vista, Showcase

A new trend popular amongst some Monte Vista students is “thrifting”. Thrifters shop at thrift stores, garage sales, and flea markets in order to purchase interesting and different items at a generally cheaper price. One passionate thrifter at Monte Vista is senior Shania Sandher. Sandher’s passion...

Move aside Lady Gaga, a “Planetz” was born

Move aside Lady Gaga, a “Planetz” was born

Mason Hanshaw, Staff Writer

March 4, 2019


Filed under Feature, Humans of Monte Vista, Showcase

With the release of two original singles, a singer at Monte Vista is reaching for the stars. In early January, Monte Vista sophomore Katelyn Huie dropped her first single titled “Rubix Cube” on Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube Music. As her artist name “Planetz”, Huie has close to 120 monthly...

LAX taken to another level

LAX taken to another level

Lauryn Leong, Staff Writer

February 28, 2019


Filed under Feature, Humans of Monte Vista, Showcase

Most people would think of either soccer and basketball when it comes to Israel. However, one Monte Vista student didn’t go there to play either, but instead lacrosse. It began in fifth grade, when junior Tori Morris’s dad asked her if she wanted to go out for ice cream. Of course, she...

Benvenuti a Monte Vista!

Lauren Edelman, News Editor

January 22, 2018


Filed under Feature, Humans of Monte Vista

In August, a 16-year-old, Roman teenager stepped foot onto her new temporary home: America. Junior Giulia Azzarello is a transfer student from Rome, Italy. She is currently staying with junior Destinee Aranda and her family. Studying abroad is popular amongst teenagers in Europe, thus, Azzarello is familiar...

Out of the Comfort Zone

Out of the Comfort Zone

Hailey Capovilla, Staff Writer

January 22, 2018


Filed under Feature, Humans of Monte Vista

    Due to a call of adventure and desire to make a change in the world, a senior at Monte Vista traveled to Africa last summer to build schools and emerge herself in another culture. Abby Devane has always dreamed of visiting Africa, so when she heard about this trip through Pledge to Humanity, ...

Daniel Maneloveg

Daniel Maneloveg

Sam O'Connell, Staff Writer

March 17, 2017


Filed under Humans of Monte Vista

    With spring sports underway, and the winter sport season soon ending, college commitments have been taking place.      One month ago, senior Daniel Maneloveg has committed to University of San Francisco (USF) for track. He typically runs the 800 (two lap), 1600 (one mile) and 3200 (two mi...

Valentine Sullivan

Valentine Sullivan

Julia Lyckberg, Staff Writer

February 28, 2017


Filed under Humans of Monte Vista

    As a school, Monte Vista is often known for its academic prowess. However, many students at Monte Vista offer extreme talent in areas other than academia, like Valentine Sullivan.     Valentine Sullivan is a junior here at Monte Vista, and excels at various forms of art, from painting...

Maddison Miszewski

Maddison Miszewski

Mikayla Flores, Sports Editor

February 28, 2017


Filed under Humans of Monte Vista

   Many students work to make changes around Monte Vista, but few have gone as far as this student to make a lasting impact in student’s lives here.     From being active in Speech and Debate, NHS, Science Alliance, Choir, GLSCYN, and Drama, senior Madison Miszewski has involved hersel...

Bryce Woodbury

Bryce Woodbury

Randall Dobkin, Staff Writer

February 16, 2017


Filed under Humans of Monte Vista

    On June 2-3, Bryce Woodbury will finally put his talents to the test as he finally reaches the opportunity of a lifetime. Winning NCS pole vault. Bryce Woodbury a Junior with flowing slicked back hair, talked cheerfully and confidentially as he described why he will win NCS.     “I ...

Nick Bortolon

Nick Bortolon

Maddie Dailey, Op-Ed Editor

February 15, 2017


Filed under Humans of Monte Vista

    There’s a lot more that goes into playing the xylophone than you think.  Or rather, in this case, the marimba.     Junior Nick Bortolon has been playing an instrument since his days in elementary school.  From the trumpet to piano to percussion, Bortolon has been involved in some ...

Bella Romano

Bella Romano

Heather No, Staff Writer

January 23, 2017


Filed under Humans of Monte Vista

   Can you believe it? There’s someone right here at Monte Vista High who was able to accomplish the goal of traveling to all seven continents of the world, completing her very last continent over winter vacation this year.      Junior Bella Romano, along with her dad, traveled to the pla...

Jackie Kupeli

Maddie Dailey, Op Ed Editor

November 9, 2016


Filed under Humans of Monte Vista

    Not all big things come in big packages.     Standing 5’2”, senior Jackie Kupeli makes a big impact on and off the court for the Monte Vista varsity Women’s Volleyball team.  Not only is Kupeli a starting Libero and captain, but she is also committed to play Division III volleyball...

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