CHS Principal Jenny Moore
At CHA's next Wine & Lecture…
After living all over the country, due to his father’s job in the military, senior Seth Trujillo and his family were lucky to be stationed in Coronado in 2008 -- so lucky that once they settled in, they decided to stay.
Attending Coronado High School has been a self proclaimed "great experience" for Seth. Seth professes that he loves the high school. He says, “whenever I get bogged down in studies I can look up and admire the campus.” Seth’s most memorable moment…Continue
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Coronado High School (CHS) and Coronado Middle School (CMS) have a proud history of athletic accomplishment. Athletics provide an opportunity for students to participate and excel in an area outside of the classroom; perseverance, teamwork, mental and physical fortitude and fun are all benefits of being part of a team.
The Islander Sports Foundation (ISF), a Coronado-based non-profit, endeavors to support athletic…Continue
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In keeping with the Program Philosophies and mentoring their players in life lessons and experiences, “Unstoppable Hero”, Toran Gaal, will launch the Coronado High School Boy’s Lacrosse season with a message about his journey and theirs.
“Team sports are an incredible…
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When Jacques Spitzer of Raindrop Marketing asked Coronado TV to produce a promotional video for the Brian Bent Memorial Aquatics Center - we were ready to go - with underwater Go-Pro cameras and a CTV production crew with swim team experience of their own.
What a wonderful experience producing this video and learning about how incredible the pool truly is for both the school and community. I also discovered what visiting coaches love about staying in Coronado for two weeks…Continue
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Junior LHP Luke Gillingham (Coronado, Calif.) picked up a pair of honors from the national and conference levels on Monday. In recognition of his dominant performance on Opening Day at North Carolina A&T, Gillingham was named as a Louisville Slugger Player of the Week, as well as the Patriot League Pitcher of the Week.
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Coronado fell victim to the CIF power rankings this week in the women’s water polo quarterfinals. Coronado (seeded 3rd) and Cathedral(seeded 6th), met too early in the play off schedule. Coronado fell short, losing 3-4.
On the brighter side, this group of girls can be proud of the dedication and hard work they have put in during the season. They are thankful to Coaches David Throop and Randy Burgess for the many hours they put in and the frustrations they may have…Continue
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In 2005, senior Shannon Spence’s Coronado story began after her family got stationed here following a move from Germany. Now, ten years later Shannon Spence is ready to move on.
Shannon has nothing bad to say about her Coronado High School experience. She was a member of the Varsity women’s water polo team for four years, and she credits her teammates for making high school a great four years.
Shannon’s favorite teacher at Coronado High School was AP…Continue
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The Coronado High School Competition Cheer Team returned home this weekend after winning first place in the Co-Ed Advanced Varsity division at the Fullout Cheer Challenge Cheerleading Competition. The 25-member team made up of cheerleaders from the Junior Varsity and Varsity high school teams, has been working hard preparing since August for their competition season that started in January. This was the team's second of three competitions, and they have took first place in…Continue
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The students at Silver Strand Elementary have big hearts. Each year, Silver Strand students participate in the American Heart Association's "Jump Rope for Heart" program. During their regular P.E. classes, students learn jump rope skills while raising money for the AHA.
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This past Thursday Coronado women’s water polo team beat The Bishops School 6-5 in their last regular season game. The win earned Coronado the league championship. It was the last home game for six seniors: Cassidy Wiley, Mackenzie Wiley, Shannon Spence, Madeleine Hill, McNeilly Fieweger, and Abigail Mosk.
Though a great way to end the regular season, the team focus is now on the CIF playoffs. Due to a new CIF power ranking system, Coronado will be seated…Continue
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Megan Weber’s Coronado story started four years ago when her 8th grade drama teacher decided that her knack for theater should be broadened at Coronado School of the Arts. She auditioned, got accepted, and a week before the start of freshmen year she moved to the island.
Reflecting back on the last four years, she has loved her entire high school experience. Starting at a new school is never easy, especially in high school, but Megan says that her transition…Continue
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As an active member of the Third and Fourth Streets Neighborhood Association (TAF) I will be urging the Coronado Transportation Commission (CTC) to approve the 'Recommended Concept Plan' (Page 7-1through 7-20) and forward said recommendations to the City Council for further community discussion.
Fehrs and Peers are an established and highly reputable firm. Their integrity and expertise are unassailable. To ignore their recommendations defies logic.
Paloma Ronis, a sixth grader at CMS, won the spelling bee by edging out her older sister for the championship.
Coronado Middle School recently held their annual spelling bee. The quest for the title of champion began in humanities classes where the top two students from the class competition advanced to the school wide bee. The stage was filled with sixth, seventh and…Continue
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CHS Principal Jenny Moore
At CHA's next Wine & Lecture…
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February 4, 2015, marked the second National Letter of Intent signing day for a number of NCAA sports. Student athletes from all over San Diego gathered at the Hall Of Champions in Balboa Park to sign to their respective universities. In addition to the four students that signed in the Fall, Coronado High School boasts five more students committing to attend college and play sports at the college level: Tyler Gilmore, Madison Smith, Maxwell Mckee, Michael Rodriguez, and Sam…Continue
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Like many others here in Coronado, Maddie Clakely was transplanted to Coronado from somewhere else. She came here from Okinawa, Japan in 2009, because her father is in the Marine Corps and was transferred here. Six years later Maddie is in her last few months of high school at Coronado High School.
Maddie has enjoyed every minute of the last four years. She has had the opportunity to make lifelong friends and meet great role models that are part of the CHS staff. Her…Continue
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The Catalyst SAT Bootcamp is a two-day seminar for students that provides go-to strategies for every question they'll face on the test -- a real preparation class designed by instructors who have earned multiple perfect scores on the actual SAT. The SAT Bootcamp is designed for students taking the SAT before the Spring 2016 test. Topics include how to:
✓Shortcut math questions that stump more than 90% of test-takers
✓Compose a perfect-score essay -- no matter…
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Supply Our Students, a 501(c) (3) organization, is having its First Annual Celebration of a Community of Compassion on February 10 at the Hotel Del promoting and highlighting Nicolas Brown in Coronado, CA
February 3, 2015 – Coronado, California - Supply Our Students (SOS), located in Coronado, California, focuses on helping children and families in need of school supplies, clothing, equipment, transportation, social activities, educational and county resource…Continue
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