News

  • Clubs Withstand the Test of Time

    1972 was an eventful year: NASA launched the last Apollo mission to the moon, Richard Nixon visited the Soviet Union, the Watergate scandal occurred, Title...

  • Little Free Libraries continue to grow

    Within the city of Thousand Oaks there are two official public libraries: the Newbury Park branch library and the Grant R. Brimhall library. However, unbeknownst...

  • Backbone Trail guided hikes open

    After 40 years of National Parks Service volunteers, staff, and community members working tirelessly to blaze trails, all segments of the legendary Backbone trail stretching...

  • Teachers meet with school board to discuss opt-out practices

    At the school meeting on Aug. 15, John Andersen, board member, proposed the discussion of an opt-out policy for core literature that would give students...

  • Recycling policies remain unclear

    Our campus is filled with blue recycling bins in nearly every classroom; however, there is no guarantee the waste in these bins will be recycled....

  • Choosing the college for you

      As a student walks into the bustling quad, countless tables and chairs are spread out across campus, and behind each table sits admissions office...

  • Press box memorializes Carr

    As the sun set in the horizon, the crowd stood for the National Anthem at the second home football game of the year. Immediately after,...

  • DACA students stand up

    On Tuesday Sept. 5, the Trump Administration publicly announced the termination of Deferred Action for Children Arrivals, otherwise known as DACA. Under DACA, undocumented children,...

  • SBAC Scoring Increases

    Last year, due to an increase in the number of participants in the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC), the school’s overall score increased compared to...

  • It’s flashback Friday!

    In honor of Newbury Park High School’s 50th Anniversary, let’s take a look back at 1968! That school year, as one would expect, differed quite...