Blog Post by Oscar Segovia, Toyota Mentorship Program Coordinator Tigers: Last evening was the final Gala event for the Toyota
Blog post by Ema Vo class of 2019 This is the story about my little club. I have never had a
Blog post by Sarahi Verdin, class of 2019 The Toyota Mentorship Program has taught me so much including how to be
Blog post by Janelle Macias, Class of 2019 Chaffey High School has many different cultural groups that are all celebrated for their uniqueness, diversity, and leadership they bring to our campus. Clubs like MECHA and BSU allow for students to connect and celebrate their own cultures as well as learn of other cultures, these clubs allow for our campus to flourish with diversity, leadership, respect, and cultural literacy, however there is one ethnic group who has been in the dark for awhile, because of this the leadership and talents of this group have not been able to shine to their greatest ability. This group is the Asian American and Pacific Islander population of our campus.
Blog Post by Arianna Ruiz, Class of 2019 AVID is a program at Chaffey High School that has done so
Blog Post by Abagayle Fischer, Class of 2020 Chaffey High School chamber singers is very interactive and fun. We usually
Blog Post by Abril Perez, Class of 2019 It was the day before Thanksgiving and a perfect time for an
Blog Post Deysi Marcos, Class of 2020 Being apart of the Best Buddies Club has truly been one choice I