The Eagle Eye

New club on campus

Surana gets ready to film her video reading a children's story. The videos have been sent to Team Long Run.

Evelyn Driscoll, Print Editor-in-Chief

October 12, 2020

When most people find out they don't have to go to school for a couple months, they take it as a time to relax. For Junior Disha Surana, the COVID-19 quarantine became an opportunity. Having a mass of extra time, Surana started the Eagle Outreach club.

A coach’s return

The 2019-2020 Varsity Cheer team in Orlando, Florida after placing in the final 3 at UCA Nationals.

Gracynn Crocker, News Editor

October 8, 2020

Amidst the many changes with sports due to Covid-19, the cheer team experiences even more change with the return of a familiar face. Former coach, Dana Maas, decides to come back to coach after taking about five years off. After a successful season, winning USA Nationals and placing third in UCA Natio...

The senior year we didn’t expect

One of Bella Gerken's posts on the senior class Instagram, @smchs2021. Gerken has posted quotes like these to encourage her peers to stay positive.

Maddy Sherwood, Staff Writer

October 2, 2020

Due to COVID-19, this year has brought a variety of challenges. However, ASB continues to work to make this year exciting for students.

A taste of theme parks

Alex Vallone, Managing Editor

September 21, 2020

Knott's has created a creative food focused event in place of the traditional scary fest with mazes, rides, and spooky fiends wandering the park. Taste of Fall-O-Ween is a way for theme park lovers to get a taste of their favorite theme park treats in these uncertain times.

The warrior behind the Warrior Project

Alexis McCabe, Staff Writer

September 15, 2020

"It's okay to not be okay," said Townsend. "I want to give others something happy to look at even when things get tough."

Nine personalities

Bella Scarano, Culture Editor

September 14, 2020

The word Enneagram comes from the Greek language, "Enna" meaning nine and "Gramma" meaning something that’s drawn or written. There are nine different personality types and from these types people can learn how to interpret their emotions.

Community of the club

Sydney McMahon, Staff Writer

September 14, 2020

“It has really made me open my eyes and realize that I’m a person who really values community and relationships with people,” Lugo said.

Way Back Home

Lucy Chang, Staff Writer

September 11, 2020

Summer, to the Chinese international students at SMCHS, is always the best time of the year. After taking their last final exam, SM Chinese students, one after another, rush to the airport and take the flight to China. In several days, families are reunited, and the hearts full of homesickness are a...

Cultivating the calm

McNamee and Bautista pose together at a school dance.

Jaime Svinth, Print Editor-in-Chief

May 29, 2020

Ecstatic, juniors Taylor McNamee and Matteo Bautista smiled with joy and warmly embraced as they stepped out of Mission Viejo library. After weeks of planning and dreaming, their vision of minimizing the stigma around mental health had finally begun to take shape.  The students created their project, Peace of...

Class of 2020 college decisions

Class of 2020 college decisions

May 26, 2020

If your information on this list is incorrect, please contact us using the comment section below. Congrats to the graduates! ...

Spreading their wings

Irene Straniero announcing her commitment to the University of Amsterdam ready for her new journey abroad.

Jaclyn Paul, Staff Writer

May 19, 2020

On decision day, May 1st, high school seniors across the country announce the furthering of their education as they embark on new journeys. Out of these millions of students, several choose to go out of the country. Seniors Talia Wansikehian and Irene Straniero have taken the leap to commit to study...

Keeping faith in quarantine

Romo has found himself prepared for an unexpected quarantine and remains steadfast in his faith.

Jaclyn Paul, Staff Writer

May 19, 2020

With the widespread outbreak of coronavirus, countries have shut down globally. With these shutdowns, movement is limited, and in turn, people aren't able to practice their daily routines.  During this time of isolation, many people are turning to God and trying to maintain a positive outlook. For...

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