High Life

New Dog in Town

Zion is in the festive Halloween spirit.
October 15, 2020

This is Zion, my dog. The small dog is my sister’s dog, named King. We are going to talk about King first. We got King when he was two weeks old. My mom got him from my grampa for $50. We have had...

700 Mystery

December 6, 2019

On November 5th during 4th period, teachers throughout campus received an ambiguous email stating to not allow students to leave class. Jackie Lazatin, health care analysis teacher, said students who...

Doin’ it all for the (Kindness) Gram

December 6, 2019

What can make your day better than a written card from your friend addressing how thankful they are for you? Of course, money and materialistic items might cause a feeling of happiness, short term, but...

Awareness Month

November 6, 2019

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month in many parts of the world. Breast cancer awareness is an effort to increase recognition of the disease and reduce the shame brought on to one by education...

Book Review: The History of Long Beach Poly: Scholars and Champions

November 6, 2019

Although it is not on the New York Times Best Sellers list, the new book The History of Long Beach Poly: Scholars and Champions is getting a lot of attention these days in not only Poly, but the whole...

SAT/PSAT Study-a-Thon at the College and Career Center

November 6, 2019

October, characterized notoriously for the horrors and goosebumps, took another form of scary on October 15; this time in the form of a test. A test that lasted for a treacherous five hours. The Scholastic...

What’s New with the CARE Center

November 6, 2019

High school is stressful for even the most successful of students. Whether because of the schoolwork itself or something else happening at home or between relationships, the CARE Center in Room 205 provides...

Spilling the Tea on the AP Cafe

Spilling the Tea on the AP Cafe
November 6, 2019

The AP Cafe is now open for business periods 7 and 8 and after school until 4 p.m. on the second floor of the 100 building. The AP Cafe first opened last school year as a safe place for AP students to...

Poly to Eliminate Justice Pathway

Poly to Eliminate Justice Pathway
November 6, 2019

On September 23, Principal William Salas sent out an e-mail informing the Poly community that JUSTICE would no longer be a pathway. Due to a recent decrease in school enrollment throughout the district,...

Activists of Poly: Lauren Calderon

Photo courtesy of Lauren Calderon’s Instagram
October 5, 2017

Over the past two summers, Lauren Calderon, Poly PACE senior, has run a successful Power to the Period community service project. Power to the Period is run by U by Kotex and with the objective to collect...

Letters To Sala: A Preview to the Play

October 5, 2017

Tis the Season: Fall is finally here and with that, comes cold weather, big sweaters, football, and most importantly the Long Beach Poly Fall drama production. This year’s play is called Letter’s...

A Catwalk Dedicated to the Runway

October 5, 2017

From September 26 to October 3, 2017, high end designers and brand names are showcasing their collection for the upcoming seasons. This is the week that has the potential to make or break a designers career....

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