And the Battle of the Bands' First Place award goes to...Hart Regiment, Hart High School's award-winning marching band and color guard.
Several young men from Valencia High School took the stage Thursday for a Man Pageant that included a swimsuit and evening gown - make that formal wear - competition, strutting their stuff to raise money for a good cause.
Fog engulfed the stage and the intense scene demanded the attention of the audience as a mesmerized crowd of students and parents came out to see Saugus High School's original adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's "Masque of the Red Death."
In only its third year of competition, the marching band from West Ranch High School won Sweepstakes as the top scoring band in the annual Rampage Field Show Tournament.
Imagine an economic depression bought about by a severe drought. The severity of the drought is such that even public restrooms require a fee in order to conserve on water and enrich corporate powers.
At first, Health Assistant Susie Warne thought she was seeing double as the same faces kept passing by her station during registration at Saugus High School, but she soon realized that her eyes were fine.
As we all know, this country has been through many wars, with one of the greatest tragedies being the Vietnam War.
Music is life for maestros, but it was a big party for students who participated in the Super Jazz Festival at West Ranch High School Saturday, featuring 32 jazz bands from all over Southern California.
Graduating high school seniors often have a full plate as May turns to June and the countdown of their days in grade school nears single digits.
Along with prom and the senior banquet, Grad Night has become the cornerstone of this final month.
Seated under canopies on a grassy area next to the school, Bowman High School students, staff, parents and other guests listened as student authors read poems from this year's creative writing anthology, "The Phoenix."
Valencia High School's Environmental Protection Agency Club will be hosting the Santa Clarita Valley's first EcoFest from 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday on the main campus walkway.
This unique event is intended to bring the Los Angeles community together for an afternoon of fun while exploring sustainable living through greener, healthier living options.
Fernando Marroquin's poem, "I am From ..." tells about his home country of Guatemala, his family, and his friend Arturo, who loved basketball like Romeo loved Juliet and was murdered by gang members about a year ago on a basketball court, right in front of Fernando.
About seven months ago Fernando moved to the United states from the "red zone" in Guatemala City, the most dangerous part of Guatemala, and never dreamed he'd be a published author in his new country - or in his new language.