The online student news site of Redondo Union High School

High Tide

The online student news site of Redondo Union High School

High Tide

The online student news site of Redondo Union High School

High Tide

Crafty Capabilities
Crafty Capabilities
May 11, 2023

RUHS held its first annual Sea Hawk Marketplace on April 28, where an estimated 60 students set up booths to sell various handmade items, ranging from...

Game Over
Summer Puterbaugh, Staff Writer • May 4, 2023

The RUHS Esports team battled against Mira Costa in the Esports Championship game held on Tuesday, April 18 in the auditorium. Advised by geometry and AP Computer Science teacher...

Political Participation
Danielle Bellamy, Staff Writer • May 1, 2023

The League of Women Voters helped students on campus ages 16-18 pre-register and register to vote on April 18. This non-profit organization focuses heavily on projects that promote...

March was Mad
Sam Schwartz, Staff Writer • April 7, 2023

RUHS’ March Madness tournament was played in the big and small gyms from March 20 to 24; 16 teams entered but only one came out on top. Only in its second year back since COVID,...

Future in Fitness
Erika Glass, News Editor • March 30, 2023

Cheering, clapping and yelling was all that could be heard coming from the RUHS athletic facilities for this year’s fifth and eighth grade RBUSD Fitness Day, which brought in...

Photo courtesy of Troy Nevil
Senior Issue Editor Feature: Troy Nevil
Priya Ramcharan, Staff Writer • May 30, 2023

With every step on the field, every note played and every shimmering instrument, Troy Nevil conducts a harmony of sight and sound into one big show. RUHS...

Senior Issue Editor Feature: Allie D'Amato
Sam Schwartz, Staff Writer • May 28, 2023

Senior Allie D’Amato dreamed of pursuing biomedical science from an early age, but as new opportunities arose, interests such as theater and journalism joined her list of passions. ...

Defying Gravity
Cristina Couch, Online Editor • May 15, 2023

One chance to show them what you got. Do the routine. Stick the landing. Get the points. If not, hours of training seem like nothing once the judges give you the numbers. This...

The Dog Whisperer
Victor Simoes, Staff Writer • May 12, 2023

If every dog owner has a special connection to their pet, then senior Sydney Maleman has helped make countless of these connections, working as the president of Rover’s Retreat,...

Crash and Burn
Ethan Lerner, Writing Editor • May 11, 2023

Staying up late. Getting up early. Learning until midnight. It seems a hidden prerequisite of honors and Advanced Placement (AP) classes is the ability to disregard a healthy sleep...

Listen In
CaraMia Leal, Staff Writer • April 20, 2023

We all use bluetooth headphones, some of us use different brands or styles that fit us. The variety of bluetooth headphones on the market offer...

Breaking the Ice
Priya Ramcharan, Staff Writer • April 3, 2023

March 13: in the White House, elected leaders, aides and experts all gathered over one issue–the Willow Project. Though no regular citizens...

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¡Viva la Causa!
David Padilla , Voice Opinion • March 31, 2023

Being a first-generation Mexican-American, my parents never informed me of the historical roots of César Chávez Day in the United States. I...

Super Movie Bros.
Super Movie Bros.
Zoe Rossi, Copy Editor • May 8, 2023

“Let’s a-go!”  On April 5th, Universal Studios released “The Super Mario Bros. Movie,”...

Listen In
CaraMia Leal, Staff Writer • April 20, 2023

We all use bluetooth headphones, some of us use different...

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Basic and Bland
Lauren Choy, Staff Writer • April 5, 2023

When Mandy Yang asks if something is “a good different...

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Taco the Town
Luca Artiga, Staff Writer • March 30, 2023

Driving around the South Bay, I count three taco establishments...

She's on fire
Amina Raiss, Staff Writer • March 24, 2023

Gosh, I love this show.  Netflix's original series,...

Photo credit: Ingrid Sommerer
Play the Par
Ty Soria, Sports Editor • May 1, 2023

The boys golf team shined last Thursday against West, winning 187-223 at Alondra Park, their home course,...

Sophomore Caitlyn Kelly celebrating with her fellow teammates. Photo by Liliana Romero.
Defending our Turf
Aaliyah Roberson, Staff Writer • May 1, 2023

Sticks clashing and calls heard across the field, yelling...

Photo by Catherine Wong.
Ava Anzivino, Staff Writer • January 12, 2023

In low spirits after their first loss in the Bay League...

Twice for good measure
Ava Anzivino, Staff Writer • December 9, 2022

Coming off a win from their game against St. Anthony’s...

19 Strong
19 Strong
Yasmeen Ford, Staff Writer • November 29, 2022

  For Girls Flag Football, the pressure of keeping...

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