By Sierra Fang-Horvath // The melodic sounds of woodwind, stringed, brass and percussion instruments poured out of the Acalanes Performing Arts Center on the evening of Thursday, October 22 at 7 p.m. […]
Tommy Fellner put a GoPro on his head and played some sports. Here is the result.
Grab your Blueprints and see if you can locate these 50 hidden items on our homework-themed I-SPY cover! (3) Calculators (1) Chapstick (2) Tape (1) Flash Drive (2) iPods (1) Conversation about […]
By Noah Prozan // Students from all four high schools in the Acalanes Union High School District (AUHSD) participated in the Stanford Survey of Adolescent Development on April 9, 10, 14, and […]
By Sam Fraser and Adam Blake // While many Acalanes graduates go on to accomplish great things, few over the course of the school’s 75 year history have achieved true fame. None, […]
By Tommy Fellner The Acalanes Women’s Lacrosse team, the 2 seed in NCS, fell to S.F. University 7-6 in the semifinals of the NCS Playoffs this Tuesday afternoon. Acalanes had already had […]
By Hannah Raslan Staff Writer Acalanes pays a lot of money to finance the senior ball every year. This year the planning committee went above and beyond their usual ballroom venue to […]
Acalanes High School’s Blueprint Newspaper recently was honored with numerous awards from three different highly respected institutions for excellence in journalism. “This may be our biggest haul [of awards] in the last […]
By Vanessa Van Pell On May 1st, Lamorinda communities, as well as Acalanes student and staff, were involved in a power outage.