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

Junior Sam Miller read her speech, but was unable to be heard above the crowds shouts. “To the school district, I’d like you think of who your institution is founded off of, which is students, and how you are continuously ignoring them and choosing not to listen to their voices, she said.
Students walk out due to COVID-19 concerns at Redondo Union High School
Chrissa Olson, Meghan Jacob , and Nadia Bidarian January 12, 2022

A news helicopter hovering above the Student Union captured hundreds of students marching out of their classrooms today.  What the helicopters didn’t...

New variants call for booster shots
Ella Silberling, Staff Writer • January 7, 2022

The arrival of new COVID-19 variants such as Omicron and Delta are putting the vaccine to the test. ...

Senior sunrise
Jade Montoya, Staff Writer • December 21, 2021

On Friday, Dec. 16, a stunning array of orange and yellow stained the sky above RUHS seniors. The students...

State Champions
Dani Otey, Staff Writer • December 2, 2021

Last Saturday, November 20th, the band had their last competition, finishing a “great” season, according...

The spirit of giving
Ella Silberling, Staff Writer • November 25, 2021

As the holiday season approaches,  so too does the spirit of generosity, and local organizations have...

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Omicron mask effectiveness
Marlie Cornwell, Staff Writer • January 23, 2022

“Omicron.” “Variant.” “COVID-19.” These days, those words appear in conversation more often than they ever have before. Given a recent outbreak...

Turning green
Rena Felde, Staff Writer • January 17, 2022

Junior Rylee Goldfarb has made environmental efforts in the past, and her recent efforts may have influenced...

Accounts on the attack
Hadeel Azzam, Staff Writer • January 9, 2022

A surge of RUHS Instagram accounts have emerged — some funny and some hateful. The accounts range from...

Season of success
Micah McFadden, Staff Writer • January 4, 2022

Her phone buzzes, and junior Jessica Kaplan checks it. A text from one of her friends delivers the news....

The Fall Reading Challenge
Danny Harper, Staff Writer • December 18, 2021

With the guidelines of roughly 250 words, a rating out of five, and no spoilers, the reviews for the...

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Is the talent worth the toxicity?
Ruby Crosthwait, Features Editor • January 15, 2022

“Think you can hurt my feelings? I was on Dance Moms,” reads a TikTok posted by the renowned child star, Jojo Siwa, in August of last year....

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Too much pressure
Sydney Lamich, Staff Writer • January 9, 2022

With many high expectations and pressures to be the best at sports, students drive themselves too far. Take it from my many friends with crutches...

For AP classes, extra credit is unnecessary
For AP classes, extra credit is unnecessary
Heather Lee, Entertainment editor • December 2, 2021

Against the secret hopes of AP students everywhere, extra credit for students in AP classes is largely unnecessary.  While this opinion undoubtedly...

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A charming gift
Lauren Strazzeri, Staff Writer • January 9, 2022

The new movie “Encanto,'' which translates to “charm,” lives up to its meaning. The new release...

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Marvel's Best
Allie D'Amato, Opinion Editor • January 5, 2022

Our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is back in action,...

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Holiday bops
Erika Glass, News Editor • December 24, 2021

Each year, when December days roll around, bringing...

Season's readings
Mia Dowdell, Features Editor • December 21, 2021

It’s hard not to say that this year has felt exhaustingly...

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An Oscar-worthy film
Troy Nevil, Online Editor • December 10, 2021

From working as an office manager for her father’s...

Feeling good
Feeling good
Michael Aprahamian, Staff Writer • December 24, 2021

Redondo Union erected a stellar performance, winning the game 15-0. On Dec. 16, Redondo and Hawthorne...

Taking down the competition
Mia Dowdell, Features Editor • December 13, 2021

On a cloudy Saturday afternoon, the boys varsity wrestling...

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The final push
Sara Miyake-Singer, News Editor • December 6, 2021

In a race that assembled the best performing teams...

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Keeping calm
Andrew McKenna, Staff Writer • December 5, 2021

Fresh off their first win on Nov. 27, varsity girls...

Bouncing back from break
Bouncing back from break
Ty Soria, Sports editor • December 2, 2021

The buzzer blared as the team captains of RUHS and...

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