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Rain Washes Out Track Meet

Rain Washes Out Track Meet

Hundreds of shivering and soaked athletes from as far away as Hawaii battled each other and the elements Saturday, March 17, at Laguna Beach High, hoping to salvage the 44th running of the Trophy Invitational.   It wasn’t long before standing water reigned victorious, as runners splashed their way around Eric Hulst track until organizers […]

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High School Hosts Community College and Career Technical Education Fair

High School Hosts Community College and Career Technical Education Fair

Laguna Beach High School will hold a Community College and Career Technical Education Fair on Thursday, Feb. 9, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Laguna Beach High School Library. Coordinated by guidance counseling secretary Rosalie Triggs and Capistrano-Laguna Beach ROP career guidance specialist Yvette Perez, the fair is designed to assist students and […]

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Breakers Bounce Back in Boys Varsity Soccer

Breakers Bounce Back in Boys Varsity Soccer

By Horst Noppenberger | LB Indy   LBHS vs. Saddleback On Wednesday, Jan. 26, the Laguna Beach high school boys soccer team traveled to Santa Ana to take on the league leading Saddleback High School Roadrunners. First half action began with Breaker mid-fielder Reese Barton striking a volley just over the Roadrunner net. The Roadrunners […]

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Shap Show Rallies Support for a Safe and Sober Grad Night

Shap Show Rallies Support for a Safe and Sober Grad Night

The Laguna Beach High School senior class of 2012 will perform the 24th annual Shap Show, “No Suits Allowed,” on Saturday, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. at LBHS Artists Theatre. The 2012 graduation committee hopes this special one-night event will help them achieve their goal of raising about $20,000 so that all graduating seniors will […]

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Soccer Teams Earning Respect of Peers

Soccer Teams Earning Respect of Peers

Keeping in step with a year-long pattern of sports success at Laguna Beach High, both soccer programs are putting together strong seasons that could end up rivaling the surprising efforts of last year’s baseball and football teams. “They want to do as well as their friends did in other sports,” said boys’ coach Daniel Richards, […]

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Hexbergs Grant Athletes’ Wishes

Hexbergs Grant Athletes’ Wishes

By Samantha Washer, SchoolPower vice president   Christmas came early this year for Laguna Beach High School’s athletic programs with a surprise donation of $25,000.  The donation from the Hexberg Family Foundation was given to SchoolPower and earmarked for distribution to all sports programs at the high school.   “We are fortunate to be able […]

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Soccer Team Holds Tesoro to 1-1

Soccer Team Holds Tesoro to 1-1

By Horst Noppenberger, Special to the Independent The LBHS boys’ varsity soccer team maintained their preseason, unbeaten record with a come from behind 1-1 tie against soccer power-house Tesoro High School.   Early in the game, Tesoro shot from inside the six-yard box, which deflected off a LBHS defender for a goal. Laguna then mounted […]

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New Coach Rebuilds a New Line-up

New Coach Rebuilds a New Line-up

What strategy do you adopt after losing the entire starting line up and 90 percent of the offense from the previous season? Play better defense.   That’s what Mark Lewis hopes for his team this season. “I can tell you that we have been preaching more commitment to defense as we know keeping the other […]

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Three Concerts Set for Artists’ Theatre

Three Concerts Set for Artists’ Theatre

The high school’s performing arts department presents a variety of dance, choral, and instrumental music concerts in the next two weeks at the Artists’ Theatre, 625 Park Ave.   Dancers kick off the shows with “Perceptions” featuring professional and student choreographers on stage Dec. 8-10 at 7:30 p.m.   On Dec. 12 at 7 p.m., […]

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Lumberyard Whips Up a Winning Recipe

Lumberyard Whips Up a Winning Recipe

Continuing a tradition of the Thurston principal winning the SchoolPower Chef Challenge, defending champion and new LBHS principal Joanne Culverhouse conceded the title to her Thurston successor Jenny Salberg. The third annual event hosted by Lumberyard owners Suzanne and Cary Redfearn raised than $9,500 for Laguna’s schools, $30,000 over three years. In a nod to […]

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Lumberyard Whips Up a Winning Recipe

Lumberyard Whips Up a Winning Recipe

Continuing a tradition of the Thurston principal winning the SchoolPower Chef Challenge, defending champion and new LBHS principal Joanne Culverhouse conceded the title to her Thurston successor Jenny Salberg. The third annual event hosted by Lumberyard owners Suzanne and Cary Redfearn raised than $9,500 for Laguna’s schools, $30,000 over three years. In a nod to […]

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Laguna Welcomes Menton Envoys

Laguna Welcomes Menton Envoys

The Laguna Beach Sister Cities Association welcomes its first-ever student visit from Lycee’ Pierre Et Marie Curie High School in Menton, France, this Friday, Oct. 21.   The 30 French students visit their sister city and meet their counterparts at Laguna Beach High School, who they already know by conversing the last 18 months online […]

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LBHS Test Scores Show College Readines

LBHS Test Scores Show College Readines

Test scores by Laguna Beach High School students on the ACT, SAT, and Advanced Placement exams indicate they are outperforming their peers in the state, nation, and globally, according to a district statement.   This week, 9-11 grade students will participate in college preparatory testing to provide them guidance on taking the official tests. All […]

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Class Notes

Class Notes

Laguna Schools Meet Seismic Standards and Transcripts Go Digital

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Lumberyard Serves Up a Double Play

Lumberyard Serves Up a Double Play

Laguna Beach High School softball boosters host a fundraising dinner at the Lumberyard restaurant, 384 Forest Ave., Sunday, Oct. 16. Besides a silent auction and door prizes, diners will get a chance to meet team players, who will be working in the restaurant from 5 to 9 p.m. Dine between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. […]