Marine Bio students set sail on field trip

The Oceanography and Marine Biology class took a field trip to Rainbow Harbor in Long Beach for a boat ride April 19. Science teacher Blaise Eitner led the trip. Once boarding the boat, the staff facilitated some activities and studies for the students. “We began with throwing out a large net, and collectively pulling it […]

Boys' basketball team finishes in fourth place at invitational tournament

By Luke Holthouse Following an 83-63 defeat at the hands of El Camino Real in a consolation game for third place, the boys’ basketball team finished in fourth place at the Fairfax Tournament on Friday, June 30. The Wolverines advanced to the semifinals of the tournament and fell to Pasadena before facing El Camino Real. […]

Ocean and Marine Biology Class takes Field Trip to Aquarium of the Pacific

By Sanjana Kucheria     On April 13, Dr. Blaise Eitner’s Ocean and Marine Biology class took a field trip to the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach. There, his students attended a classroom program and “behind-the-scenes” tour to learn about filtration and other systems necessary to keep marine animals alive in aquariums.  They also had […]

Science class takes trip to harbor in Long Island

The Oceanography and Marine Biology class took a day-long boat trip out of Rainbow Harbor in Long Beach Feb. 20, organized by Dr. Blaise Eitner. The students participated in the Los Angeles County Department of Education’s Marine Laboratory Floating Program, which entails observing sea lions and sea birds and collecting plankton samples. Students were also […]

Boys soccer eliminated from CIF

By Michael Kaplan After a fairy tale season and 120 minutes of play in their CIF quarterfinal match, the boys’ soccer team finally crumbled last Friday against Millikan of Long Beach. For the second straight match, the boys’ soccer team took a higher ranked team to penalty kicks, but this time they could not pull […]