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

Photo by Catherine Wong.


Ava Anzivino, Staff Writer January 12, 2023

In low spirits after their first loss in the Bay League against Culver City the previous night, boys basketball bounced back quickly with a close win against Narbonne on Jan. 7 in the final match of the...

Fashionable Fight

Malina Young January 3, 2023

Even on 45° December mornings, facing winter rain and bitter winds, freshman Ava Danylysyn will not be seen wearing pants this month. Danylysyn’s unwrinkled black dress falls just above her knees, and...

A New Home Court

A New Home Court

Ava Anzivino, Staff Writer December 6, 2022

Forty minute morning commutes, seven a.m. tutoring sessions, two hour classes and three hour practices. The stacked day that freshman SJ Madison has ahead of him proves worth it when it comes to his dedication...

Prop Debrief: Proposition 27

Lauren Choy, Staff Writer November 15, 2022

Proposed as the solution to homelessness and mental health crises, Proposition 27 calls for the legalization of online sports betting in California. Although rejected in the recent midterm election, this...

Prop Debrief: Proposition 31

Troy Nevil, Online Editor November 15, 2022

Proposition 31 was one of the seven propositions on this year’s midterm election ballot for the state of California. According to Ballotpedia, this proposition was petitioned by opponents of Senate Bill...

Prop Debrief: Proposition 30

Kat Otey, Online Editor November 15, 2022

Proposition 30 lost in the polls last Tuesday, and here’s why. If Prop 30 had passed, it would have raised taxes on the top 2% of Californians—those who earn an annual salary of over 2 million dollars—in...

Anything But Mid

Troy Nevil, Online Editor October 31, 2022

No, Taylor Swift did not put the “mid” in “Midnights.” Nearly one year after releasing “Red (Taylor’s Version)” and two years since releasing her 10th studio album, Evermore, Taylor Swift...

Stayin’ Alive

Quinten Lerch, Staff Writer October 27, 2022

The Red Cross Club, in collaboration with the Redondo Beach fire department, held a CPR certification event on Oct. 12 in the gym from 11–12:20 p.m. Students were divided into groups of four, with each...

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Staying Home for Homecoming

Zelia Lerch, Online Manager October 11, 2022

After the announcement that tickets for the Homecoming dance had sold out yesterday, 100 more tickets went on sale this morning, Oct. 11. Some students came to school at 7:00 AM to stand in line and try...

Do Revenge? Do Watch

“Do Revenge”? Do Watch

Lucy Davis, Online Editor October 8, 2022

Private school upperclassmen + a skewed sense of “justice” + two best friends = a dark comedy for the best of Gen Z. This is “Do Revenge,” Netflix’s latest coming-of-age movie that, while not...

Holy Cow!

Ty Soria, Sports Editor September 6, 2022

At 7 p.m. with the temperature somewhat cooling off during a blazing Labor Day weekend, barbeque sounded like a perfect option. Located right next to the Riviera Good Stuff location, Holy Cow offers a...

Morning Mayhem

Ethan Lerner, Writing Editor August 30, 2022

A shelter in place order was announced on campus over the loudspeaker on August 26 at 8:15 a.m. According to the Redondo Beach Police Department (RBPD), a caller alleged to have seen a homeless man wielding...

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