By Charlie Baker, Staff Writer // In a world where technology is the mainstream means of communication, the classic interaction of neighbors is slowly eroding. Modern day students, parents, and police are shifting […]
By Charlie Keohane, Staff Writer // A group of 18 Leadership students and junior varsity (JV) cheerleaders traded their pencils and books for microphones and pom-poms on October 11 when they travelled […]
By Charlie Keohane, Staff Writer // After countless hours of assembling binders full of school work, hosting focus groups, and attending meetings, the Acalanes community’s hard work has paid off. Acalanes […]
Blueprint conducted a survey of 186 students about their opinions on the new block schedule and academy. Here are the results.
By Sierra Fang-Horvath, Print Editor-in-Chief // “It seems as if it were only yesterday that we had the largest mass shooting in the modern United States,” junior Vanessa Urbina said. For a […]
By Karen Rosenberg, Online Feature Editor // Acalanes held its annual club day on September 29 during the academy period. Students of all grades gathered together to learn about new clubs on […]
By Sarah Westergren, Online News Editor // Following their state championship win last season, the Acalanes women’s varsity volleyball team headed to Phoenix, Arizona to compete against 72 other teams at Nike’s […]
By Zoe Cate, Staff Writer // For many students at Acalanes, Hurricane Harvey is just another faceless storm nearly 2,000 miles away. In its wake, however, there has been much destruction, leaving […]