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Opportunity Alert: free college for Oregonians

By Annalena Eckton, Reporter

November 19

Filed under Columnists, Education, News

Did someone say free college? No, not a credit, full tuition for four consecutive years at one of 17 community colleges. Thanks to Senate Bill 81, aka "The Oregon Promise" that passed in July, free higher education will now be accessible to lucky Oregonians. We are only the second state (behind Tennessee) to adopt legislation...

History? How about her-story

History? How about her-story

By Siana Ramos, Reporter

November 17

Filed under Commentary, Education

For the 12 years I’ve been in school, I have been taught loads of history. However, history has rarely eve...

Joke’s over: freshman study hall becomes class

By Quinn Gonzales, Reporter

November 17

Filed under Education, News

Recently, many students have been curious about the clump of students they see in the closed off back corner of the library. Believe it or not, a class is being held. It is a new required class for freshman that has taken place of study hall called the Academic Success class. These freshmen meet in the library rather than a c...

Cleveland High School’s mall is open for business

Cleveland High School’s mall is open for business

November 14

The place to find espresso drinks, your very own Cleveland apparel, or snacks to get you through your...

California college predicament

California college predicament

October 26

It’s fall season, and that means one thing for seniors: college apps. With the clock winding down and...

This year’s National Merit Scholars

This year’s National Merit Scholars

October 26

Saying “PSAT” usually provokes a grim response or stressed sigh, but for three seniors, it elicits...

Exchange Students: Lotte Pen from the Netherlands

Exchange Students: Lotte Pen from the Netherlands

October 26

This year at Cleveland there are six foreign exchange students, traveling as much as halfway around the...

Where are they now?: AVID students of 2015 discuss college

By Caroline Diamond, Reporter

October 26

Filed under Education

Cleveland's hardworking AVID students continue striving to be their greatest selves in college, while others finish out their high school career and make brave plans for the future. AVID, Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a global non-profit program that helps prepare all students for college and postsecondar...

New Technology at Cleveland

By Ellie Mortenson and Isabella

October 26

Filed under Education

As the years go on, technology isn’t only becoming a big part of the world, but it’s beginning to take over freshman academy, as well. Google Classroom is one of the most efficient ways to communicate with students, especially when teachers lack one classroom to call their own. Not only does this new technology help teach...

Homecoming court breaking down gender barriers

Homecoming court breaking down gender barriers

By Conor Bergin, Editor-and-chief

October 25

Filed under 100 Years, CHS Alumni, Education, News, Spotlight

For the second time in school history, Cleveland did not honor a homecoming king and queen this October, bu...

Opportunity Alert: explore potential careers

By Annalena Eckton, Reporter

October 25

Filed under Columnists, Education, uncategorized

For the students out there with hopes of working in a particular field post-graduation, there are many programs that give you hands-on career experience while still in high school. Participating in these programs not only gives you skills for future jobs, but also connects you with professionals and can help boost your resume....

10 Questions with Avi Halperin

10 Questions with Avi Halperin

By Anna Rollins, Reporter

October 19

Filed under Education, News

Avi Halperin, a student of our very own Cleveland High School, was a finisher in the Portland Marath...

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