201 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton, CA 92832


201 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton, CA 92832


201 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton, CA 92832



(Left) BEAST students Isabella Curiel and Katie Hudson’s “A Monster Calls” costume. (Center) AP Photography student Nathan Vaughn’s “Don’t Stop.” (Right) AP Studio Art student Emily Kugelmann’s “Heart over Head.”

Senior artists’ work honored at Muckenthaler

Sofia Tabbal, Sports Editor February 17, 2024

Senior Spike Lopez was truly honored when they learned that their painting would be displayed at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center for the district art show, but transporting the oversized 4-feet high by...

FUHS Senior Sam Neal has composed about 50 songs in their room, some with guitar and others with piano.


Angelique De La Cruz February 1, 2024

  Junior Mia Kanchanapoomi invited Sam Neal over to her house last December, and after a quick tour of her room, Sam spotted a guitar. Sam asked if they could use it, and started to play Mia’s...

Sophomores Shanelle Thompson and Andrea Alvarado promote their new club Serving Seniors designed to bring joy and hope to local senior citizens. The club will meet on Feb. 7 for its first meeting in Room 64 where they will create Valentine-themed goody bags to be delivered to Gordon Lane Care Center in Fullerton.

Campus Update

Tribe Tribune Staff February 1, 2024

FUHS hosts 1,200 theater students; wins top OC honor By Sophia Goldblatt, Campus Arts Editor The Fullerton Theater Program won first place in the Orange County division of the California Educational...

Junior Noah Ervin (right) in a tie-up, grabs his opponent’s wrist in order to set up a shot.

Cutting weight shows commitment to team

Conrad Jorgenson, Entertainment Editor February 1, 2024

Senior Isaac Hurtado needed to lose weight his junior year. He committed to wrestling in the 126 lbs. weight class but weighed 128 lbs. only two days before his league match. “I cut my hair to...

Photo students creatively translate the same subject through their own artistic voices.


Helen Sanders, Art Editor December 15, 2023

The FUHS’ Gallery 201 held its Selling It! art show on Dec. 7. Artists were encouraged to adopt the styles of commercial art in their works. Commercial art is created purely for marketing purposes,...

ASB vice president Rowan Yeo asks an eighth grader why she’s wearing a Troy sweatshirt at a Fullerton High School visitation day. Ladera Vista Junior High School of the Arts and Beechwood School students visited the FUHS campus Nov. 30 to preview campus programs including Cheer, Dance Production, Speech and Debate, Theatre, Jazz Band and many more. (Photo by Jonathan Pina-Villanueva)

November Briefly

Tribe Tribune Staff November 30, 2023

Campus showcases programs for 8th grade visitors  JROTC students gain insight during Battleship Iowa field trip By Audrina Quinonez and Tina Kim To gain a deeper understanding of America's military...

Advanced Dance and Dance Production, as well the Ladera Vista dance team and OC Hip-Hop group G-Train, will be performing in the annual Fall Dance concert tonight and Friday at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $5 for students. Tickets are available at the door or online at fuhs.booktix.com.

Fares choreographs her own adoption story

Tribe Tribune Staff November 30, 2023

Senior’s adoption story inspires her dance By Evelyn Ishikawa Senior Jojo Fares is a master storyteller. She loves to write and act, but Jojo’s best art comes through her insightful choreography....

(Left to right) Janella Flores and Kaori Gabriol were crowned homecoming royalty for the senior class during half time on Oct. 27.

Campus Update

Tribe Tribune Staff November 9, 2023

FUHS sports teams will no longer compete with Sunny Hills, Troy for league championships By Sofia Tabbal Tustin High School beat Garden Grove Pacifica 49-0 on Oct. 20 in an Empire League football game....

The Indians finished with a record of 1-4.

Baseball players add boost to football season

David Padgett and Dante Diaz November 9, 2023

When junior Zach Fany completed his 80-yard run in the game against Sante Fe on Sept. 8, FUHS fans celebrated and dared to hope it was a sign that the Tribe would have a strong football season. Of course...

Conor and Mum embrace after a choreographed number involving the ensemble wrapping them with ropes symbolizing the tree branches.

Performers, crew, designers work together to stage Monster of a show

When senior Connor Udhus was cast as a teen dealing with his mother’s terminal illness, he knew he would be able to connect his own experience to his character. The play follows Conor O’Malley as he...

The school has adopted a bell schedule that makes it difficult to plan for lunch.

Teachers should vote for new bell schedule

Will McWatters and David Padgett September 29, 2023

It’s entirely possible that the hardest question for you to answer each day doesn’t come from your math, science or history teacher. Our guess is that the hardest question to answer is, “What time...

Senior Alejandro Hernandez is second in the all-time record list for Fullerton with an official 3-mile time of 15:40.0.

Runners finish strong at Woodbridge

Sofia Tabbal, Sports Editor September 28, 2023

Senior Alejandro Hernandez made history last year when he and then senior Nathan Limon finished the world-famous Woodbridge course in under 16 minutes.  Hernandez was hoping to break the FUHS record...

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