The student news site of Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, California.

The Eagle Eye

The student news site of Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, California.

The Eagle Eye

The student news site of Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, California.

The Eagle Eye

Robotics Room

Lack of Space Hinders Robotics Program’s Growth

Luke Soliman, Staff Writer Feb 6, 2023

The Santa Margarita Robotics Program has experienced rapid growth in recent years, from 16 students in 2018 to 42 currently. However, the program is facing a significant challenge in terms of space limitations. In...

You dont need to start the day as early as the sun rises in order to be productive.

Get started

Bella Scarano, Staff Writer Nov 9, 2020

Not everyone is an early riser. Majority of teenagers alone don’t like to wake up early and will stay up late. However, does waking up early increase productivity? Most people don’t like to wake...

The reality of remote learning

Alex Vallone, Managing Editor Apr 15, 2020

Transitioning to online school hasn’t been an easy task for students and teachers alike. While teachers scramble to put together lesson plans to allow students to learn from home, students cope with...

Weinstein’s conviction fuels our fire

Evelyn Driscoll, Print Editor-in-Chief Apr 15, 2020

Miriam Haley, Jessica Mann and Rose McGowen. You might recognize these women's stories better with the mention of the name Harvey Weinstein. These are just a couple women who've presented sexual abuse...

Paw-fect quarantine

Evelyn Driscoll, Print Editor-in-Chief Apr 15, 2020

There's one thing that can instantly brighten your tiring and long day: your dog. Your dog is always there waiting for you when you come home from school and extracurricular activities. Quarantine, a constricting...

Real World Danger Online

Emily Freeborn, Web Editor-in-Chief Mar 30, 2020

It can seem daunting to find a partner as a teenager when your social reach is limited to the scope of your school. In contrast, dating outside the bubble appears to be an exciting opportunity to try...

Moral Responsibility

Staff Editorial Mar 30, 2020

As teenagers, we have become accustomed to a lack of consequence for our laziness or irresponsibility. For now, the messes we make will be cleaned up. But the older we grow, the less that will be so. Who...

Food Frenzy

Hadley McCusker, Staff Writer Mar 30, 2020

As the times are changing, our campus starting to become new and innovative. The new block schedule comes with many great opportunities for students and teachers a like but there is one downfall: lunch. Students...

Dating through the distance

Jaime Svinth and Julia Mortimer Mar 30, 2020

From casually flirting in class to awkward first dates, high school often marks students' entry into the dating world. For some students, dating can be more than just casual, and may even lead to a future...

Opening the door to other cultures

Giulia Henshaw, Copy Editor Mar 30, 2020

When traveling to a new country, there is excitement surrounding the scenery, food, a new culture and the friendly locals. But when faced with a common task of simply asking directions to a restaurant...

Consider another perspective

Consider another perspective

Mia Ross, Staff Writer Mar 9, 2018

If you know me at all, you will know I'm incredibly political. I love going to protests, educating others about social and economic causes I care about and, above all else, writing articles on political...

Perks of being a Holy Trinity Youth Ministry Servant Leader: being surrounded by faithful friends.

Where did the time go? 

Lauren Kesic, Copy Editor Oct 5, 2016

It's Thursday morning and I'm stressing about the day I am about to have. As the school day carries on, I can't take my mind off of the fact that I won't be home from golf match until 8:30 p.m. Still,...

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