By Sofia Olsson, Staff Writer // Everyone knows about teeth whitening and how popular whitening strips are. Acalanes has applied this same whitening ideology to none other than this years’ homecoming. With complex, fast working, dual action, the new and improved Dons whitening agents are sure to lighten things up. The […]
// Acalanes’ Women’s Ensemble and Bella Voce choirs, along with Campolindo’s and Miramonte’s choirs, performed at the Women’s Fall Choral Classic (FCC) on Oct. 11 at the Lafayette Orinda Presbyterian Church. The concert spanned from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The students in Women’s Ensemble have been working together […]
By Ryann Drue, Videographer // Acalanes Leadership hosted its annual fall ‘Club Day’ on Friday, Sept. 21 during Academy. Some 53 clubs came together to speak of their passions and goals to perspective club-goers.
By Eitan Feiger, Staff Writer // As humans, it is our nature to create and transform the world around us; to plant the seeds of change. Entrepreneurs promote their unconventional ideas to affect change, even if it means sacrificing their careers. This September, the Acalanes-funded E-Club is uniting […]
By Zoe Edelman, Videographer // Blueprint took a stroll downtown to Lafayette’s 23rd annual Art and Wine Festival, held Sept. 14 and 15. One of the town’s most anticipated events of the year, some 80,000 came together to celebrate the talent of local artists, entertainers and vendors.
By Ryann Drue, Zoe Edelman and Daniel Mone, Videographers // Blueprint sat down with the new Associate Principal “PowerPlant” team Mike Plant and Andrea Powers to talk everything from kids to greatest fears.
By Zoe Cate, Online Associate Editor // In honor of Lafayette’s 50th anniversary, Blueprint spoke with two longtime residents about their experiences in Lafayette.
By Zoe Cate, Online Associate Editor and Kiara Kunnes, Print Editor in Chief // In 1968 Lafayette was a sleepy suburban town, rapidly growing but without local control of signs, roads, architecture and the mixture of planning and design that translate to a quality of life. That control was held […]
By Maddie McCormick, Video Editor and Demetri Leones, Arts Editor Acalanes Leadership hosted its annual Battle of the Bands on Thursday, May 31 to celebrate various student talents.
By John Kalil, Sports Editor // When thinking about the law and lawyers, images of complicated procedure and legalese come to mind. For this reason, lawyers must often go to law school for three years, and pass the bar exam to practice law. How, then, are high school students at […]