Meet the New MVHS Staff

Eja Fromm Meet the new staff at Mission and get to know how they add to the Diablo family.       Mission Viejo High School: a school full of diversity and prosperity. Mission is widely known all over the world because of its astounding accomplishments. Our staff is one

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ASB’s Future Plans

Natalie Freire ASB starts off the year with new ideas to make this year great.    Our ASB board  has many exciting activities planned for us Diablos throughout this school year. The Welcome Dance is just one example of the fun that ASB will bring  and the kind of ideas

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Vaping: an Epidemic

Jacob Schwarz Can I get a pod, bro?     E-cigarettes, seemingly harmless and safe, were originally created as a tool for addicted smokers to use in order to put their harmful cigarette-using past behind them. However, the creation of these E-cigs(a.k.a vapes) has created unintended implications, especially in the teen age-range.

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Mission Viejo’s Funky Fresh Back to School Dance

Sophia Haque Students hopped back into the new school year at Mission’s 2018 Back to School Dance.      Mission’s 2018 back to school dance was on Saturday, September 8th. Students were expected to wear their class colors; Freshman: black, Sophomores: white, Juniors: yellow, and Seniors: red.     Tickets cost a whopping $20

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SEN19RS: Where Will You Be a Year From Now?

Keemia Beizai Last year, some students feared rejection when asking someone to Homecoming. Now that they are seniors, they fear being rejected by college admission boards.     “Your senior year is going to be much easier than last year.” This is what all of your teachers and other high school graduates

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Honors: To Take or Not To Take?

Kaycie Adams This picture depicts the locker of a student who is in Humanities. 9 out of 17 of the books pictured here belong to the Humanities course for first semester. In contrast, the English 4 course has 3 novels that they read during 1 semester.   Senior year provides

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August SAT Leaked: What This Means for Students

Kobe Vergara Staff Writer After many students prepared over the summer to take the August 25 SAT, it was later found out that it was a recycled test, already taken by overseas students.      Once the SAT finished all over the US, many students began to hear about rumors

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