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 Jennifer Dessert.

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 students from all eight...

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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...

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...


RUHS delays return of in-person learning

Sarah Falahahwazi, Editor-in-Chief January 9, 2021

On Dec. 30, RBUSD sent out an email to students and parents/guardians notifying them that the reopening of in-person, hybrid instruction for grades TK-2 would be postponed to Jan. 19, 2021. Previously,...

RUHS COVID-19 Update

Sara Stienecker , Online Editor December 4, 2020

As infection rates are rising throughout the country and LA County, a RUHS staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. Though RUHS students are virtual learning, staff returned to campus in August....

Slow Internet Has Been Interfering With Students’ Ability To Learn

Heather Lee, Entertainment Editor October 5, 2020

Whenever senior Stormm Scott talks to teachers and classmates, she’s at risk of “sounding like Wall-e from the Disney movie.” Scott can only go ten minutes into a meeting before getting kicked out,...

University of California system must stop considering SAT and ACT for 2021 fall admissions

Sarah Falahahwazi, Editor-in-Chief September 8, 2020

The University of California system must immediately stop using the SAT and ACT as factors in the 2021 fall admissions cycle, an Alameda County Superior Court judge ruled on Sept. 1. Because students...

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