Roberts Leads DP in Rout of Santa Ynez
In his second ever varsity start, sophomore quarterback Kellen Roberts had a career night, leading Dos Pueblos to a 48-20 blowout win over Santa Ynez.
DP’s New Schedule – Think you know all there is?
What prompted the move, and what students and staff are doing with the new state of affairs
Chargers’ Football Comeback Falls Just Short
Pacifica's Tritons held on to prevail 20-14 in what was both teams' opening game.
Photo Gallery: Roller Coaster Cheer and Teacher ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
DP students, teachers and staff exercise school spirit during Aug. 28 seminar period
Photo Gallery: Graduation 2014
Class of 2014 finishes high school
So you want to start your own state
The state of confusion.
The Argonaut | My Graduation Speech
Editor in Chief Jason Paras shares his graduation speech in his final article with the Charger Account
Varmints of the sky
Seagulls an annoying complement to DP's gophers and squirrels
A Farewell to the Seniors of 2014
Audrey Benedictus presents a message to the senior class
Adventures of a 4th quarter senior
A reflection on the last days of senior year
Alex Valente Swims Record Setting 100 Butterfly
Junior Alex Valente sets new 100 fly CIFSS record
Ask A Charger: What Is Your Idea Of A Perfect Summer Job?
By Toni Shackelford & Destinee Cannon | Staff Writers May 30, 2014 “Working at Blenders, because you get to see a lot of people and make smoothies.” -Renelle Gonzalez, grade 10 “Being outside, in your community, helping the children.” -Nick Baker, grade 9 “Being a lifeguard, so I can chill all day at the beach.” -Jake Griffin, […]
Sophomore Year: A Year to Remember?
Dustin reflects on sophomore year
Chargers claim 3 Section Track Titles
Chargers continue to shine at CIF Finals.
The Evolution of a High School Student
Reflections of a graduating senior on the many aspects of growth experienced in high school
A prom to cross oceans for
Past foreign exchange student discusses returning to the U.S. for prom
Dan’s Bands sweep DP Campus
Student run business "Dan's Bands" lit up the Charger campus with their unique, reliable, and emotionally expressive product
Local teens come together to save lives with Hands4Others in benefit concert “The Last Night”
SB teens give Santa Barbara the opportunity to save lives through "The Last Night" benefit concert
Track & Field Chargers advance in CIF
Chargers bring competition to CIF Prelims.
Drake Bell Takes the Stage at DP
On May 13, former television star Drake Bell introduced the Chargers to his new album and new style of music
Photo Gallery: Drake Bell in the Greek
Drake and Josh actor played a concert for DP
Ask A Charger: What’s the Craziest Dream You Have Ever Had?
Charger nightmares exposed
Ask a Charger: If Senior Ditch Day Existed, What Would You Do?
Students hypothetically discuss a dream day off
Santa Barbara Education Foundation Summer Achievement Session
Great summer school opportunities available at San Marcos High School
Varmints Rise Up and Dig Deep
By Brandon Burkhardt | Staff Writer May 7, 2014 They’re cute, they’re fuzzy, they’re a menace. I’m talking about varmints–gophers and squirrels– and we need to get rid of them. It’s not an easy task. As the famous Carl Spackler (Bill Murray) in Caddyshack once said, “…my enemy is a varmint. And a varmint will never […]
Photo Gallery: International Day and Teacher Airbands
Photos by Audrey Benedictus | Staff Photographer May 7, 2014
Why the Liberal Arts are not a Dead End
Why a liberal arts education and degree could actually make a difference.
Pong is Life
Erik Olson explores the art of ping pong through interviewing local prodigies Michael Penza, Joshua Tedeschi, and Dayne Gardiner.
Like MacArthur to the Philippines, like the swallows to Capistrano, like the Terminator to the Police station, we're back in action and better than ever before.
DP Theatre Company to bring Mary Poppins to stage
Play will open April 25, with performances through May 3
On Asking that Special Someone to Prom
Advice on asking that special someone to Prom
Charger Spotlight: Phillip Downey
The story of DP ballet dancer Phillip Downey
Track & Field Sets Records at Arcadia Invitational
Chargers give strong performance at Arcadia Invitational.
Divergent Movie Review
A dystopian thriller based on Veronica Roth's novel of the same name
Ask a Charger: If you could be an animal for a day…
...what animal would you be and what would you do?
Photo Gallery: Lacrosse
Photos by Nathan Garcia | Staff Photographer April 11th, 2014 On Wednesday April 9th Dos Pueblos hosted its first ever lacrosse match against San Marcos.
Campus Point: Senioritis Revisited
The Voice reflects on the second semester of Senior year...
Ask a Charger: What Song Are You Embarrassed to Admit You Like?
Chargers' dark secrets exposed
Charger Constitution Changes Completed
By Caleb Hawkins | Editor April 9, 2014 First drawn up in 1966 by a small group of students, the Constitution of the Associated Student Body of Dos Pueblos High School continues to govern the way the student government functions. However not much has been done to keep it current since it was first created. […]
We Heart Samo: Benefit Concert for Local Teen
Jeff Bridges & the Abiders, Dishwalla, and the Rockshop Academy played for Sam Osterhage
Tales of an After School Employee
Reflections of a student who recently entered the workforce.
Birthdays at School
Happy birthday to the ground
For these DP mountain bikers, it’s the climb
Lefley, Lewin, and Blau share stories from four years of mountain biking
Photo Gallery: Dos Pueblos Art
Photos by Justin Casper & Alec Klein | Staff Photographers April 2nd, 2014
Ask a Charger: What Did You Do Over Spring Break To Waste Time?
Chargers interviewed about their week of freedom
Photo Gallery: Grease Pole 2014
Seniors' annual competition in the Greek
EU cheese plan stinks
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Why Living at Home for College isn’t the End of the World
Ruminations on the benefits of living at home in college
Girls Water Polo Seniors Take Talents to the Next Level
Seniors Ari St. Oegger, Britten Vilander, and Shannon Cleary take their water polo talents to the collegiate level
Learn To Conserve
Alec Klein gives his tips on how to conserve water in this time of drought
Photo of the Day: Higher Education Week
In-state and out-of-state schools alike visited DPHS on March 12
Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey, the show that will rock your world
Cosmos : A SpaceTime Odyssey, a perception-altering show
Campus Point: Gum Graffiti
March 11, 2014 Does the thought having someone accidentally brush their fingers across that piece of gum you left under the desk provide you with immense satisfaction? Or have we become so sedentary as a society that it’s simply three feet too far from the trash can? Regardless, “tagging” the school with gum doesn’t make […]
New and Improved Benches
The painting process is underway in the Greek.
Ask a Charger: What Makes You The Dominant Twin?
By Alec Klein, Lennie Nelson, and Justin Casper | Staff Writers March 10, 2014 “I’m better, faster, and stronger than Ian. I also am better at running than he is.” – Chris Wasjutin, 11th Grade “First of all, I’m the better looking twin and also I am stronger because I bench 250, not 240″ -Ian […]
The Monthly Jam: WOW, Fantastic Baby
Deanna Ketelekyan interviews Chargers on the importance of K-Pop in their lives.
Why the Oscars were amazing
Holly Bailey discusses why she appreciated this year's Oscars
Basketball: More Than a Game
Staff Writer Dustin Yoo shares how Basketball changed his life for the better.
The Lego Movie – Yes, Even For Teens
The combination of well-placed humor, childhood nostalgia, and high-quality footage makes it a fantastic feature.
Verdict is in. Chargers capture SB County Crown
2-0 victory over San Marcos propels Chargers to state tourney
Mock Trial: Seriously Fun
DP's Mock Trial captains share their insight and memories as they head into semi-finals.
No Helmets, No Problem
Freshman Jalen Sigel has a passion for the rugby pitch
Ask a Charger: Which Winter Olympic Sport Would You Be Best At And Why?
By Lennie Nelson & Justin Casper | Staff Writers February 26, 2014 “Probably Curling because I have no athletic ability.” - Maya Portier, 11th Grade “It would need to be the Biathlon because I’m good at shooting stuff.” - Elaine McClure, 11th Grade “Probably Curling because my guns are just massive.” - Paul Quintana, 12th Grade “Bobsledding, because […]
DP Jazz Festival
Annual celebration and competition to take place this Saturday
Why the Olympics are so Captivating
Reflections on why so many people tune into the Olympic Games
A Valentine to Flappy Bird
A classic love-hate relationship
Not So Lonely Valentine’s Day
How singles can make the best out of Valentine's Day
Smoke (and fire) in the Boy’s Room
A soap dispenser is light on fire in the H-wing boy's room...
Kazumi Fujita: Baking Queen
Kazumi Fujita shares her methods of coping with stress.
Teen Star Finals Saturday
Three Chargers in final rounds this year