By Coco Cornish, Copy Editor // As the sun rises over senior year, so does a new found tradition at Acalanes High School. Coming together on Friday, Aug. 24, 75 seniors gathered around the football field with blankets and chairs to watch the unfortunate overcast at the brand new “senior […]
By Ryan Owens, Staff Writer // The football team picked up a huge win over the Vintage Crushers of Napa on Friday, Aug. 24 by a score of 28-27. The game was played at Napa Memorial Stadium, home to the preseason training camp of the Oakland Raiders. The […]
By Ryan Owens, Staff Writer // The Acalanes football team began its season with a gritty loss to league opponent Las Lomas in a home game on Aug. 17, with a final score of 12-7. The game was especially anticipated, as the Dons’ game with the Knights had been cancelled […]
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 […]
By Trevor Stripling, staff writer // Of the 355 students in the senior class, 156 senior parents called in their students absent for one or more periods on Tuesday, May 29th. But not all of these students were sick or had dentist appointments. Tuesday was the date of the infamous […]
By John Kalil, Sports Editor // Acalanes students gathered around the pool on Wednesday, May 30 to watch their peers dive in for a fun game of Inner tube water polo during Leadership’s “Pre-Finals” week.
By Coco Cornish and Sarah Westergren, Online Arts Editor and Online Editor-in-Cheif // In an online exclusive, senior Caitlyn Greenwell delivers a farewell speech for Blueprint. Though she was ultimately denied the opportunity to speak at graduation, Greenwell’s words will resonate with students from all walks of life.