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High Tide

The online student news site of Redondo Union High School

High Tide

Its About the Story
It's About the Story
Kayli Mai, Staff Writer • November 17, 2023

Entrepreneur Tonya McKenzie was invited to a Black Student Union (BSU) meeting during lunch Nov. 9 to speak to members about finding importance and purpose...

Creepy Complexity
Claudia Turner, Entertainment Page Editor • October 19, 2023

The lights brightened, the applause began to fade and people started to make their way out of the auditorium. The crowd wastes no time immediately diverging into chatter, discussing...

Dawn 'til dusk
Scarlett Kindt, Writing/Copy Editor • October 19, 2023

Swimming through darkness and open ocean for 11 hours, “determination” and “repetition” paid off. On Aug. 24, seven students and six adults swam from Catalina Island to...

Cleaning the Tides
Aaliyah Roberson, Staff Writer • October 3, 2023

To commemorate the 39th annual California Coastal Cleanup Day, the state’s largest volunteer event, Redondo's AP Environmental Science (APES) students participated in cleaning...

Some Rise for the Sunrise
Malina Young, Sports Editor • September 2, 2023

With eagerness and anticipation, some spirited seniors woke up early to gather at Rat Beach to witness and celebrate the symbolic beginning of their senior year at the annual senior...

Board Short Businessman
Board Short Businessman
Nathaniel Wellen, Staff Writer • November 18, 2023

Being a successful business owner takes time, customers and strategy. For young entrepreneur and freshman Evan Mueller, starting a business wasn’t only...

Top Tier Talent
Leyla Evenson, Staff Writer • November 15, 2023

With a touch too much of lemon extract, her “chemical” cookies weren’t exactly something she wanted to sell. But through trial and error, sophomore Mackenzie Thomson was...

No Speed Limit
London Carbone, Staff Writer • October 18, 2023

After sprinting as fast as possible and reaching the finish line, he finally breaks the record he’s been working towards all his career. On Sept. 16, Junior Adam Divinity, varsity...

A Toolkit for Happiness
Victor Simoes, News Editor • October 2, 2023

A bike can open up the world for a child, allowing them to have the control to steer their life in any direction. Likewise, senior Thi Chan hopes to inspire kids to take charge...

All Jeweled Up
Deeksha Prasad, Online Editor • September 29, 2023

Shiny. Pretty. Fun. Relaxing. Enjoyable. These are all ways that sophomore Nevaeh Bishop describes her experience with making jewelry as a hobby. Starting with bead kits as a child,...

Cutting Cable
Stavyah Naveen, Online Manager • October 3, 2023

A couple of years ago, my family made the collective decision to cease our subscription to our cable TV provider, with the mutual understanding...

Kindergarten Tactics
Daniella Gross, Staff Writer • May 1, 2023

My cousin picked up English within a few months of her 1st birthday. One minute she’s babbling noises, and the next she’s constructing sentences...

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...

Photo via RIMAS Music
Bad Bunny Bites Back
Calvin Bonn, Writing Editor • November 2, 2023

No one knows what will happen tomorrow, which is certainly true of Bad Bunny’s latest album of the...

Spooky Synopsis
Amina Raïss, Online Entertainment Editor • October 21, 2023

Of all the seasons, fall is one of my favorites. I...

Ahsoka Review
Aaliyah Roberson, Writing Editor • October 20, 2023

Lightsabers ignite, the Force calls, and a heroine’s...

For All The Dogs
Sam Schwartz, Online Editor • October 20, 2023

Twelve. Twelve out of the twenty-three songs in Drake’s...

Album photo via AWAL
It's Normal People Things
Kat Otey, Online Editor • October 20, 2023

Despite still introducing themselves as “a little...

Raychel Watts runs in for a touchdown.
Photo by Cat Wong
Marked just Short
Scarlett Kindt, Writing/Copy Editor • October 2, 2023

In an exhilarating weekend of girls flag football, the team learned valuable lessons as every game provides...

Players celebrating after senior Cadence Turner runs it into the endzone.

Photo by Cat Wong.
Red White and W's
Malina Young, Sports editor • September 11, 2023

 The Sea Hawk Bowl was flooded in red for the first...

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

The boys golf team shined last Thursday against West,...

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...

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