The Student Newspaper of Acalanes High School
By Tommy Fellner // The Acalanes football team defeated Skyline High School 49-0 this Friday night. This blowout win was a relief to the Dons after suffering a 62-7 loss in their first game of the season. Acalanes rebounded in their second away game and
As this will be the last issue of Blueprint published before I graduate next month, this is the last column I will write in high school. This is a rather bittersweet moment for me, and with these words I can feel the closing of a
Video by Emma Starr
Say hello to the up-and-coming, all star announcer… Principal Silvestri!
By Iris Wang, Staff Writer The Acalanes Union High School District Governing Board recently passed two resolutions approving a reduction of current employees and services in the 2015-2016 school year that will affect all four high schools in the district. The Board approved
By Lauren Kim and Danny Ennis, Online Editor in Chief, Opinion Editor Photo of Miramonte’s campus courtesy of Miramonte High School. Miramonte High School entered into lockdown mode on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 after nearby Del Rey Elementary School reported a man armed with a
By Lauren Kim, Online Editor in Chief Blueprint had to delay the distribution of issue five on Friday, February 6, 2015 due to a coincidental and statistically almost impossible placement of a memorial tribute to a departed former student, Jake Kallen, which ended up next
By Tommy Fellner, Online Sports Editor For a select group of students at Acalanes, 3:05 doesn’t signal the end of the day; it signals the beginning of an adventure. Nathan Brickman is one of those students. Brickman spends his weekends and breaks frequenting the
By Reilly Webster, Online Graphics Manager A video compilation of student-submitted GoPro footage.
By Raea Gragg, Cartoonist In this video editorial, Blueprint cartoonist Raea Gragg offers an insightful analysis of the suppression of creativity in the modern education system.