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The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

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The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

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 The Class of 2026 is introduced to Lynbrooks clubs through the Freshmen Orientation Club Showcase. Photo by Jasmine Rihal and Surya Saraf.

Freshmen welcomed with orientation club showcase

Club booths with colorful poster boards greeted the Class of 2026 as they entered the Freshmen Orientation Club Showcase on Monday, Aug. 15. ASB organized the showcase to introduce incoming freshmen to...

The Asian American and Pacific Islander Culture Festival hosted stunning cultural performances and educational booths in celebration of AAPI Heritage Month.

Celebrating diversity and solidarity at the AAPI Cultural Festival

Tanika Anbu May 26, 2022

On May 14, beaming faces and elated spirits filled the Mountain View Civic Center Plaza in celebration of the Asian American and Pacific Islander Cultural Festival. Student and adult organizers from...

Graham Clark appointed as new Superintendent

Graham Clark appointed as new Superintendent

Anirudh Seshadri May 26, 2022

Following an extensive four-month-long search, the FUHSD Board of Trustees appointed Graham Clark as the next Superintendent at the District Board Meeting on May 3, effective July 1.  Clark’s goals...

Try Harder! illustrates the immense pressure that burdens students in a competitive academic environment.

“Try Harder!” panel advises FUHSD parents

Jason Shan May 26, 2022

“Tiger mom central.” “The ultimate self-confidence crusher.” These are just a few of the phrases Lowell High School students use to describe their school in the 2021 documentary, “Try Harder!”,...

Elizabeth Louie and Ronald Choi were named Lynbrook’s Certificated Employee of the Year and Classified Employee of the Year, respectively.

Elizabeth Louie, Ronald Choi named employees of the year

Crystal Qian May 3, 2022

Elizabeth Louie, Certificated Employee of the Year After her first teaching stint in France, French teacher Elizabeth Louie returned to the Bay Area and eventually settled at Lynbrook, drawn to its...

With the guidance of Maker Nexus instructors, Lynbrook student volunteers created switch-adapted toys by soldering and connecting wires to larger external buttons.

Learning is limitless with switch-adapted toys

Sam Sarma May 3, 2022

Children begin their education with toys: learning the different senses, the alphabet, colors and more. For children and adults with motor disabilities, small switches on electronic toys limit their access...

Senior Andrew Chang powerfully kicks his legs in a break dance move.

Breakdance rookies battle

Deeksha Raj May 3, 2022

Breakdance Club has been known for its entertaining performances at rallies and occasionally in the quad. In the past, Breakdance Club has performed at various school events such as Winter Rally Valkyrie...

Shus Desmos art piece, Nine Lives in Perspective, features nine cats each created with a different equation.

Precalculus classes discover art using Desmos

Nicole Ge May 3, 2022

The ticking clock on freshman Valerie Shu’s graphic illustration looks deceivingly simple. However, she spent hours experimenting to make the second hand move and pause each second in Desmos. Polynomial...

Baugh poses in front of his wall of thank-you cards from students through the years.

Adding responsibility: Chris Baugh to be math department lead

Amy Liu May 3, 2022

“Mr. Baugh is the best math teacher I've ever had,” said senior Jojo Azevedo, who was in Chris Baugh’s class for three years. “I could have not gone this far without him. I'm really happy that...

Senior Joe Lin, who hosted the AV Expo, sits in a self-driving car.

AV Expo drives engineering and ethics

Elliu Huang May 3, 2022

The National Autonomous Vehicle Expo on April 16 and 17 increased awareness of the future of autonomous vehicles. Organized by senior Joe Lin and his team of volunteers, many of whom are Lynbrook students,...

The game allows you to pick words of different sizes, but the actual answer is always 5 letters long.

Intro to Java classes create their own Wordle

Nicole Ge April 5, 2022

The Introduction to Java class completed a month-long project on March 4 to code their own Wordle, a word-guessing game that has gone viral with millions of players daily. The goal of the project was for...