The Student Newspaper of Acalanes High School
By Melina Nath and Henry Hagel, Staff Writers // As many Acalanes High School student-athletes competed in California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) events, one athlete in particular took the high school sports world by storm. She excelled at two sports in one season, breaking course records
By The Blueprint Editorial Board The Editorial Board is composed of journalists who share an opinion after conducting collective research and discussion. The Board’s opinions do not necessarily reflect those of the Blueprint staff or advisors. A letter from Acalanes Principal Eric Shawn dated Sept.
By Brendan Connelly, Online News Editor // For the first time in ten years, the women’s golf team qualified for the North Coast Section (NCS) championships, scoring their second highest result in Acalanes High School women’s golf history. After finishing their league season with a
By Graham Klingler, Videographer // Blueprint asked some varsity athletes a few questions, including how they manage their time and what it means to represent Acalanes High School as an athlete. Check out the video below!
By Kea Yoshinaka and Josephine Teran, Staff Writers // Acalanes High School hosted the “Hero Night” tailgate before the varsity football game against Campolindo High School on Oct. 15 to give thanks to firefighters for their work against wildfires. The tailgate consisted of activities such
By Stella Heo and Kayli Harley, Online Editors-in-Chief // The Acalanes Union High School District reinstated Acalanes High School Junior Varsity Football Head Coach Greg Young on Wednesday after placing him on paid administrative leave following an incident during the Sept. 3 junior varsity football
By Tom Bequette, Online Sports Editor The Acalanes High School varsity football team defeated Castlemont High School 56-18 in the homecoming game on Oct. 1 in front of a packed crowd. Acalanes started strong with quarterback and senior Luke Souza firing a pass to wide
By Helen O’Neal and Kylie Choi, Online Shadow Editor and Photographer // The Acalanes High School womens water polo teams competed at the Acalanes Invitational on Sept. 10 to 11 against several other high schools in Northern California. This was the first home water polo
By Juliet Becker, Online Feature Editor // After an incident at the varsity football game at Acalanes on Sept. 3, the Acalanes Union High School District (AUHSD) released Greg Young from his position as a junior varsity football coach. Many community members began to discuss
By Erin Hambidge, Print Opinion Editor // Current water polo players, returning alumni, and coaches gathered on Aug. 14 to celebrate the Acalanes High School water polo program in an alumni match. The game was part of an annual tradition that began seven years ago