Catching up with Cleveland graduate Amber Starks, the 1999 Rose Festival Queen

Amber Starks, a California-born Cleveland graduate from the class of 1999, is a professional model and a business owner. In her years, she has also accomplished numerous other achievements including not only being Cleveland's 1999 Rose Festival princess,... Read more »

News

AVID seniors honored at reception

AVID seniors honored at reception

By Emily Diamond, Editor in Chief

  From a total of 19 graduating seniors who participated in the AVID program, they collectively earned over $275,000 in scholarships for their first year in college. All of the students are heading...  Read More »

Gordin passes NHS torch

Gordin passes NHS torch

By Tseten Zanskar, Reporter

English teacher Alex Gordin has spent 29 years of his life dedicated to his students and to Cleveland High School. He is far from done teaching, but Gordin has decided to pass the torch of National Honors...  Read More »

Adana self-publishes motivational book

Adana self-publishes motivational book

By Siana Ramos, Reporter

We all cross paths with many people in our lives, and they all impact us in some way or another. Cleveland is full of amazing people: staff members and students alike. We each impact each other differently. Camille...  Read More »

Cleveland says goodbye to four staff members

Cleveland says goodbye to four staff members

By Theo Bourquin and Katherine Jones

To many people, students and staff alike, Cleveland High School is more than a school; it’s a community. It’s more than a building; for some, it is a home. The staff puts a tremendous amount of effort...  Read More »

A Choir holds Nepal benefit concert

A Choir holds Nepal benefit concert

By Isabella Garcia, Reporter

After being blocked out of this year’s choral state competition by the OSAA, Cleveland’s A Choir decided to find a way to share their music anyway. After a suggestion by the department’s dedicated...  Read More »

Buy and Sell Facebook page takes off

Buy and Sell Facebook page takes off

By Annalena Eckton, Reporter

Junior Lizzy Thompson created a Facebook page called Cleveland Buy and Sell in February that has led to a clothing exchange craze within the school. Students post pictures of clothing they want to sell, and the first person...  Read More »

Warrior Profile: Aspiring magician William Altamirano

Warrior Profile: Aspiring magician William Altamirano

By Cyrus Lyday, Community Sports Editor

Do you believe in magic? If you don’t, then you obviously haven’t met magic man extraordinaire, sophomore William Altamirano. He is a young and budding magician, trying to make a name for himself by practicing his tricks. “I...  Read More »

Cleveland bowler hits nearly impossible 7-10 split

Cleveland bowler hits nearly impossible 7-10 split

By Evanne O'Sullivan, Reporter

On Saturday, April 25, Cleveland junior Sam Leader took a “7-10 split” during his league bowling competition. Many familiar with bowling will know that this technique is not easy. The talented student made this very rare...  Read More »

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“Avengers: Age of Ultron” a deluge of good things

“Avengers: Age of Ultron” a deluge of good things

By Oscar Deardorff, Illustrations Editor

There is not even a single second of downtime in “Avengers: Age of Ultron;” hold your eyelids open and embrace the non-stop torrential downpour of transparent humor and...  Read More »

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Tastebuds: Harlow offers delicious food for the food conscious

Tastebuds: Harlow offers delicious food for the food conscious

By Emily Diamond, Reporter

Nothing screams Portland more than the restaurant Harlow, located in the heart of Hawthorne and open from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and until 3 p.m. on...  Read More »

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Sports

Sultessa gets two silver medals, school record at state meet

Sultessa gets two silver medals, school record at state meet

By Tucker Johnson, Editor-in-Chief

Neither of Cleveland’s returning 5A State Champions successfully defended their titles at the 6A OSAA State Championships on May 22 and 23, though most of the team felt the meet was still a fruitful...  Read More »

Girls tennis fifth in PIL

Girls tennis fifth in PIL

By Conor Bergin, School Sports Editor

The girls tennis team did not send any players to state this year, but the team finished a solid fifth in the PIL standings and junior Bridget Garland brought home the singles consolation final at the...  Read More »

Brant places 27 at 6A golf championships

Brant places 27 at 6A golf championships

By Cyrus Lyday, Community Sports Editor

The boys golf team competed in a postseason tournament that did not go as well as hoped. The team played teams from the Metro League of the 6A division, and the result was a resounding loss. Reflecting...  Read More »

Boys tennis fourth in PIL

Boys tennis fourth in PIL

By Bella Forrest, Reporter

With a fourth place finish in the 6A PIL, the tennis team unfortunately doesn’t see state qualification in the cards. “We have a better team this year than last year and were well prepared, winning...  Read More »

Cleveland athletics department honors college-bound seniors

Cleveland athletics department honors college-bound seniors

By Tucker Johnson, Editor-in-Chief

The Cleveland athletics department held a ceremony at lunch on May 15 for seniors who will be competing for varsity sports teams next year at their respective universities. The ceremony, arranged by athletic...  Read More »

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