By Renee Bunzel, Staff Writer // Every year at Acalanes, the week approaching prom, dubbed “prom wise week”, warns students against the dangers of drinking and driving, in hopes of preventing tragedy […]
Updated 05/18/18: You can now find LPIE winners at the bottom of this story. By Jenna Evaristo, Business Manager // Students gathered into the Community Hall at the Lafayette Library on May […]
By Sofia Olsson, Online Feature Editor // The Acalanes High School student-run newspaper, Blueprint, has been at the center of attention this awards season. At the Dean Lesher High School Journalism Awards on Tuesday, […]
By Coco Cornish, Online Arts Editor // The first powder puff season in 16 years comes to a close while students rejoice in victory or wallow in their losses. After nearly two […]
By Jenna Evaristo, Business Manager // Imagine you need a life-changing procedure. You make the appointment, and you know where you’re going is reliable, but as you pull into the parking lot […]
By Zoe Cate, Online Associate Editor // In honor of Lafayette’s 50th anniversary, Blueprint talked to two long time residents about their experience in Lafayette.
By Coco Cornish, Online Arts Editor // The annual Students for the Advancement of Global Education (SAGE) Benefit Concert showcased student talent while simultaneously raising funds for Trust in Education through ticket […]
By Sarah Westergren and Zoe Cate, Online Editor-in-Chief and Online Associate Editor // In a society obsessed with all-things technological, the prospect of “unplugging” is nearly impossible. Technology has managed to find […]
By Zoe Cate, Staff Writer // Nearly 500 Special Education at the elementary, middle school, and high school levels students flooded the Acalanes High School field with the roar of the crowd […]
By Charlie Keohane, Staff Writer // Leadership organized a mini carnival for the enjoyment of the Acalanes community last Friday, Apr. 13. Check out some footage of the event below!