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...

The district has multiple projects planned that will last until 2025.

Construction projects underway

Spike Lopez and Jonathan Piña-Villanueva September 28, 2023

Students trying to walk from one end of the campus to the other have found obstacles such as construction machinery and fences. According to assistant principal Jon Caffrey, the inconvenience of avoiding...

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,...

For part of her AP portfolio, Chon used digital applications for her pieces “Government Corruption” (left), “Injustice” (center) and “Water Pollution” (right).

Spring Art Catalog highlights student skills, passion

Spike Lopez, Art Editor May 25, 2023

In addition to our BEAST electives, Fullerton Union High School offers multiple art classes including 3D Design, Drawing and Painting, Special Studies, AP Art, IB Art, Foundations Photo, Intermediate Photo,...

Senior Madison Heinle speaks to an audience member at the choral program’s annual Holiday Luncheon with the Fullerton Ebell Club.

Choral seniors dedicate themselves to the arts

Tribe Tribune Staff May 23, 2023

Madison Heinle Rynn Wood Sean Finch Augusta Passalacqua

In the title song “Bright Star,” featured dancers wear palm-flashlights to represent the stars in the night sky.

FUHS presents moving musical Bright Star

Jonathan Piña-Villanueva, Feature Editor April 18, 2023

After watching Fullerton’s production of Bright Star, English teacher Leo Indelicato said it was “tender, powerful and moving.” He’s right. There are 85 students of cast and crew who come together...

The fentanyl documentary Dead on Arrival emphasizes the shift in drug use messaging. The focus isn’t just preventing addiction. Now that one fentanyl-laced pill can kill, experts emphasize that teens risk their lives every time they take illegal drugs.

Workshop advocates for drug awareness, Narcan training

Katherine Martinez, Managing Editor February 13, 2023

Devon Kelley-Hickman suffered from crippling anxiety throughout high school, and when marijuana could no longer blunt her stress, she found Xanax. One evening when her mother Veronica checked on Devon,...

Sophomore Chloe Ortiz took first place in her weight class (106) in the Freeway League finals. (Above) Ortiz clinched her title with a 16-1 tech fall after taking down her Buena Park opponent with a power half. The team finished second in league. Ortiz and the girls wrestling team traveled to San Dimas High School on Feb. 10 for CIF Individuals.

Winter Wrap-Up

Reagan Glidewell and Ella Kirby February 12, 2023

Boys soccer team finishes CIF Girls Soccer Girls Wrestling Boys Wrestling Girls Water Polo Boys Basketball With an astonishing 23 points, senior Joshua Welch led the Tribe to a 60-57...

Senior Nolan Shirk hand-decorated an old pair of Converse for the new school year using POSCA paint markers.

Students unleash creativity with DIY designs

Nana Madokoro, Reporter February 10, 2023

While most everyone wants to come to school in style, it’s hard to find unique yet affordable clothing and accessories. However, many FUHS students use their free time to create their own fashions,...

The two-week summer health class is not enough to combat the growing number of issues facing teens.

Health class: Clicking is not enough

Tribe Tribune Staff February 7, 2023

1 in 7 high school students regularly vape, according to government data. That’s about five vapers in every FUHS classroom. About 7% of students regularly abuse opioids, ranging from OxyContin to...

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