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Math 3 equivalency classes provide new opportunities

MCHS junior, Chloe Cunningham, doing classwork in the Social Justice Statistics Class (Photo: Ana Varea, The Puma Prensa) By Ana Varea, staff writer This year, more opportunities in regards to alternative math classes have been provided for Maria Carrillo Students. Many students plan on completing their three years of math as it is the graduation […]

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College stressors

Maria Carrillo High School students enter the College and Career center in the administration office (Photo: Marissa Caesare, The Puma Prensa) By Marissa Caesare, staff writer As upperclassmen enter the transition from high school to college, there is much that needs to be completed regarding preparation. The senior class of 2023 has already begun writingpracticing […]

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College counseling

Seniors Isabella Limper and Logan Cheriff work on college application essays (Photo: Evan Jackson, The Puma Prensa) By Evan Jackson, staff writer As we head into fall, many Maria Carrillo seniors feel the pressure to finalize college applications, often turning to college counselors, either private or at the school, for further guidance. Counselors can provide […]

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Ceres community project

MCHS students Kailyn Shin and Rosemary Vincent-Blatter preparing ingredients in Santa Rosa Ceres kitchen. By Jungyeon Lee, staff writer Ceres community project has provided many students from Maria Carrillo High School, myself included, a way to earn service hours and directly help the community. The project serves organic meals and bags of groceries for people […]

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Artist of the Month

Diego Rodriguez smiling for the camera (Photo: Georgia Laganiere) by Alexa Rios, staff writer Being the lead isn’t easy, but for Diego Rodriguez being in the spotlight is second nature. He stars in the upcoming musical, Rock Of Ages, as Drew Boley. As Diego says himself he is “a wannabe rock star who goes by […]

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Best ways to prepare for the summer of 2022

Made on Canva by Raffaella Bravo by Raffaella Bravo, staff writer Summer is approaching and doors are opening for opportunities–let’s not miss them. Internships, jobs, Santa Rosa Junior College classes, community service, and volunteer work are all some opportunities to build your resume, discover what you like, help develop skills and build experience for a […]

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MCHS junior, Delaney Bright, wins Miss Sonoma Outstanding Teen title

The Miss and Teen contestants pose for a picture after the pageant (Photo: Courtesy of Will Bucqouy Photography) by Georgia Laganiere, a&e editor Delaney Bright, Maria Carrillo junior, recently took on the Miss Outstanding Teen, Sonoma County competition and won. Bright, who has competed in the local competition for two years now, is ecstatic about […]