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The marching show, titled Blueprints, is about building teamwork and features the use of a house prop being built throughout the show.

November Update

November 9, 2022

Marching Band By Syd Rosas, Photo Editor Sure, first place is awesome, but for FUHS band director Troy Trimble, the second place finish at the South Coast International CSBC Competition on Oct. 8 was...

Juniors Aidan Guillan (left) and Braiden Feckley (right), along with other ASL 3 students, are waiting to take an only American Sign Language class through Cerritos College.

School cancels ASL 1 classes; advanced ASL to move online

Mackenzie Mauldin and Katie McClung October 11, 2022

Because the school district was unable to hire a qualified American Sign Language instructor, about 60 students who wanted to take the beginning ASL class were forced to transfer to Spanish 1 or French...

Students start the new school year checking out different club booths at club rush.
(Photo by Addam Sapien)

Clubs see increase in memberships

Ami Ishikawa and Kara Kim, News Editors October 11, 2022

The French Club had 100 students attend its first meeting this year. The Warhammer Club has doubled their number of players. The PERIOD Club delivered 60 boxes of period products to FUHS classrooms. These...

Leos has taught at FUHS for eight years.

Leos signs off

Alejandra Rodriguez, Editor-in-Chief May 24, 2022

During her interview with the Tribe Tribune, American Sign Language teacher Vivian Leos couldn’t help but use her hands. She often signed while she spoke.  “I don't know because sometimes I...

Lawton is looking forward for the opportunity to travel more during retirement. Shes been to Brazil, England, Hawaii, Mexico, New York, Florida, and Arizona.

Lawton plans for fun retirement

Sydney Rosas, Staff Writer May 23, 2022

After 27 years of teaching and developing an AP program, Spanish teacher Guadalupe Lawton is saying goodbye to Fullerton High School.  Lawton began teaching at age 17 with a part time job in education....

Alia and Frances earned their valedictorian honor and yearbook cords during Senior Awards Night. Frances also earned the seal of biliteracy.

Editors-in-chief share valedictorian honor

Alia Noll, Managing Editor May 22, 2022

I’ve known Frances Walton since the third grade, when we argued over Taylor Swift songs in our after school Kidzone program at Hermosa Drive Elementary. Between birthday parties at the beach and multiple...

Lynch and Kang at Senior Awards Night.

Sandy Kang, Abby Lynch earn salutatorian honor

Tribe Tribune Staff May 22, 2022

Kang centers education around the arts Class of 2022 Choir Spotlight  by Lamya Saade When faced with the choice of pursuing music or academics during high school, senior Sandy Kang found a way...

For the week of April 11, ASB students promoted spreading kindness. This poster in the breezeway displayed Post-it notes with messages like “I am powerful” and “I can do anything.”

May Briefly

Tribe Tribune Staff May 21, 2022

Powder Puff  Spring Choral Concert The Spring Choral Concert on May 19th at La Habra High School’s Performing Arts Center featured Vocal Ensemble, Treble Chorus/Ensemble, Bass Chorus, and the...

Senior Gina Hernandez poses next to her godfather’s Buick Regal lowrider during her quinceañera.

Seniors go all out for prom

Lamya Saade and Kara Kim April 21, 2022

After missing nearly a year’s worth of activities over quarantine, senior Gina Hernandez looks forward to attending prom in order to make the most of her senior year at FUHS. “Freshman through...

Students applying for Cal State or a UC will not submit SAT scores next year.

Should juniors take the SAT?

Alyson Jeong and Sheila Ruiz April 21, 2022

Cal State Universities and the UC system have officially stamped out the previously-required SAT/ACT scores on their applications. However, Stanford says scores are “optional” and MIT plans to...

Sophomore Macy Alcott will show her goats for an event called Imaginology in Costa Mesa on April 9.

Ag students prepare to show animals in April

Tribe Tribune Staff March 16, 2022

For the Alcott Family, when they say “agriculture,” they mean business. Shannon Alcott teaches FUHS agriculture science classes, including veterinary science. She and her husband Wes also own Kruse...

At the Prostart Cup Challenge, Rayanna Northgrave competed in the baked potato topping competition with her taco-style creation of corn salsa relish, black bean salsa, carne asada and cheese.

Culinary students bring creativity to competitions

Sofia Matin, Staff Writer March 16, 2022

Students and staff members are invited to view cake-decorating projects created by Restaurant I and Restaurant II students this week in the Gallery. Teachers are encouraged to vote for their favorites...

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