201 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton, CA 92832


201 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton, CA 92832


201 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton, CA 92832



Mauldin, her aunt Nini (right side), and her mom Mickey (left side), go to Disneyland frequently as Mauldin said, Its basically the best mental health break because I can just enjoy myself while being physically active and enjoy the company of others.

Mauldin: Champion of the underdog

Karis Kim, Social Media Manager May 22, 2024

“[Mackenzie] has an uncanny ability to understand where other people are coming from and to meet them where they are in conversations, even if she doesn’t agree with them,” said Nicole Smith, the...

Lieutenant Colonel Jerry Pearce as been teaching JROTC at Fullerton since February.

Pearce’s dedication to military, teaching benefits FUHS

Jonathan Piña-Villanueva, Managing Editor May 20, 2024

Lieutenant Colonel Jerry Pearce loves three things: his family, the military and motorcycles. Stemming from his dirt-biking hobby when he was 14, Pearce spends time riding his cruiser and exploring national...

Danford (left) was on the set of a photoshoot for Studio Tenn’s production of Cinderella in Franklin, Tennessee.

Alum wins Emmy

Sophia Goldblatt, Campus Art Editor March 13, 2024

As a student at Fullerton High School, Blake Danford discovered his passion for drag as an outlet for self expression and creativity. As he stitched the final touches on his Cruella de Vil costume in 2012,...

Pictured from left to right: Co-founder Denise MacLean, CJ MacLean, Nicholas Pigeon, Gloria Ignacio, and Co-founder Dell Ignacio. (Photo courtesy of Elenora Waisanen)


Sofia Matin, Associate Editor February 20, 2024

For three decades, Denise MacLean and Dell Ignacio had front-row seats to Downtown Fullerton’s transformation into a diverse enclave and emerging creative scene. Good friends and business partners,...

ASB students and Dr. Rubio congratulate Classified Employee of the Year Benigna Rodriguez in the administration office.

Classified Employee of the Year

Karis Kim, Social Media Manager January 31, 2024

Principal secretary Benigna Rodriguez is the go-to person for just about everything on the FUHS campus: Students ask her for access to the elevator when they’re injured. Teachers call her when they need...



Sofia Matin & Eadyn Ochoa January 31, 2024

Coffee house owner Azmi Alzandani proves that food and drink bring people together. Qamaria, Alzandani’s Yemeni coffee house a half-mile south of FUHS down Lemon Street, attracts everyone from studious...

Because Christmas is only a few days away, students will have lots of time to fill before they need to return to class on Jan. 8.

Winter Break: Fun Things To Do

Karis Kim, Social Media Manager December 18, 2023

Editor’s Note Your last final exam is Thursday, Dec. 21, which gives you only a few days to prepare for Christmas. If you need to do some quick shopping, the Tribe Tribune has some suggestions ranging...

(Left to Right) Evan Shirks auditorium tattoo, Ryan Hertzs dragon tattoo, and Kimberly Rodriguess fan, hibiscus, and plumeria tattoo. (Photos by Evan Shirk, Spike Lopez, and Josie Lee)

Teachers, staff share tattoo stories

Spike Lopez, Research Librarian November 8, 2023

My kindergarten teacher had tattoos on her left arm. She hid them. We found out about them only because one day she turned up the heat too high and took off her cardigan. My middle school’s teachers...

Audrey Bae delivers the “one” speech and affirmed the motion, “This House would establish a permanent host city for the Winter Olympics and a permanent host city for the Summer Olympics.”

Bae wins national debate championship

Mackenzie Mauldin, Feature Editor September 28, 2023

As a World Schools debater, senior Audrey Bae needs to research everything from the influence of TikTok to the need for marginalized people to secede from their oppressive governments. In fact, Bae researched...

Amelie Heying created this board for her John Oliver speech her junior year.

Heying uses voice to represent the voiceless

Ella Kirby, Sports Editor June 2, 2023

Amelie Heying finishes her high school career with more A+ marks on her transcript than any other grade. She doesn’t have a 5.0 average, though, despite also being among the best writers, speakers, and...

Edward-Silva has been a teacher, administrator, and inspiration for 34 years in the Fullerton Joint Union High School District.

AVID teacher retires, will focus on photo career

By the Tribe Tribune staff June 2, 2023

When he was in junior high school, English teacher Scott Edwards-Silva turned his bathroom into a darkroom. Finally, he could develop and print his own black-and-white photographs from his Pentax K-1000...

Senior Cole Thompson began learning aerial silk performance at age 14. In this photo, they performed in a showcase to Goldfrapp’s “Lovely Head.” “I love silks because it’s death defying,” Thompson said. “It looks dangerous and impossible, and that’s beautiful to me.”

Cole Thompson to attend London fashion school

Sophia Galvan, Editor-in-Chief May 26, 2023

Senior Cole Thompson has performed since they were 8, starring in Beechwood School productions as the Tin-Man in The Wiz and Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast. Yet, they knew that going into high school,...

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