The Eagle Eye

Readers become leaders

Readers become leaders

Caitlin Relvas, Staff Writer

January 16, 2019


Filed under Feature

The heart of the monthly meetings of Book Club centers around doughnuts and discussion, where laughter and conversations flow into friendships. "This club is important to SMCHS because it’s a way for people, especially freshmen, to get to know more friends and spend some time discussing books that they really enjoy,...

Beyond the studio

Beyond the studio

Cassidy Doyle, Staff Writer

December 10, 2018


Filed under Feature, Media

The choice to become a host on Eagle TV (ETV), was an easy one for senior Kurtis Parr. After spending his freshman and sophomore years looking up to hosts such as Drake Roby, Garrett Domier and Dylan Field, he knew it was a perfect fit for him. "If you have the desire to be a host, it's because y...

Touch of festivity

Touch of festivity

Cassidy Doyle, Staff Writer

December 10, 2018


Filed under Feature

The Christmas season has begun, but it can be hard to bring festivity into your wardrobe when you wear a uniform. The best solution: socks! Here are some examples of SMCHS students who have dressed up their everyday look with fun holiday socks. ...

Racing to state

Racing to state

Gillian Steffey, Print Editor-in-Chief

December 10, 2018


Filed under Feature, Sports

The gun fires and the runners take off. It's mile one and the nerves are dying down as they find their pace. Mile two hits and there's no looking back now. Each girl picks up her speed as she prepares for the final mile. This is it-- muscles straining and hearts beating fast, mile three approach...

Spreading the melody

Spreading the melody

Rachel Do, Web Editor-in-Chief

November 19, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Feature, Media

Melody Tajalli enjoys performing in front of huge crowds and connecting with the audience. A natural singer-songwriter and performer, Tajalli has been a musician since 2007. When she started playing the piano and singing, music became a huge part of her life. "Because  my dad plays piano, it was...

The big ten

The big ten

Giulia Henshaw, Opinion Editor

November 19, 2018


Filed under Feature, News

Deciding where to go to college is a daunting task for all high school students. To help students, Santa Margarita Catholic High School opens its gym for the Big Ten College Fair. A variety of Big Ten colleges attended the fair including the University of Illinois, Indiana University, the University...

Finding faith first

Finding faith first

Betsy Travis, Staff Writer

November 19, 2018


Filed under Feature, Media

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Camp counselor of Emerald Bay

Camp counselor of Emerald Bay

Giulia Henshaw, Opinion Editor

November 18, 2018


Filed under Feature, From our print issue, Media

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Belong at Solano

Belong at Solano

Aidan Ocampo, News & Photo Editor

November 8, 2018


Filed under Feature, Media

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Soaring of the nest

Soaring of the nest

Nadia Tatum, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Feature, Media

Nadia Tatum

In the shadows of Trabuco Creek Road

In the shadows of Trabuco Creek Road

Chloe McClare, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018


Filed under Feature

As the mist of October sets on the horizon of our wholesome town of Rancho Santa Margarita, our city's past comes to light. Although RSM is only 18 years old , its history goes farther back than we may assume. The road just outside of our school leads onto the canyon: Trabuco Creek Road. Accordi...

Eagles’ varsity song initiates Varsity Spirit’s #AcrossTheField campaign

Eagles’ varsity song initiates Varsity Spirit’s #AcrossTheField campaign

Jaime Svinth, Copy Editor

November 8, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Feature

As the sky dimmed and the lights illuminated the  field for the Sept. 1 game versus Cherry Creek, it seemed like any other Friday night. However, to the varsity song team on the sidelines, it was a night to remember. On Sept. 1, girls varsity song collaborated with Cherry Creek Dance to initiate...