Planning for Demolition At Dos Pueblos
Carey: “[Rebuilding is] going to be about a couple hundred million dollars” - “This is just, like, start over.”
Sports Round-up: Week of 02/15 to 02/21
Girls soccer wins CIF game and moves on in CIF | Three wrestlers move on individually to CIF Masters Meet | Other winter sports end their seasons in CIF | Spring sports to start this week
Sports Round-up: Week of 02/08 to 02/14
Boys Basketball wins last game, girls move on to CIF | Girls and Boys soccer advance to CIF | Wrestling athletes move on to CIF Individuals | Girls Water Polo moves on to CIF
Disney’s “McFarland, USA” brings authentic story to SBIFF
"McFarland, USA" is a feel-good sports underdog movie - and an inspiring true story
Cheating: Can It Really Be Stopped?
Over 65 percent of surveyed students admit to violations of academic integrity policy
SBIFF: Cousteau Family Honored with Attenborough Award
Cousteaus are known worldwide for educating the public on the importance of protecting the ocean: after father Jacques came son Jean-Michel and grandchildren Fabien and Celine
Advanced classes offer students higher-level learning
Various IB, AP, Honors and Engineering classes provide students with advanced options
Sports Round-up: Week of 02/01 to 02/07
Soccer: Boys win, girls eye Channel League title for first time in 30 years | Girls Water Polo plays against six teams, wins vs. half | Wrestling CIF championship narrowly lost | Basketball loses vs SB, Buena
Kevin Sheffield: The Heavy-Metal Math Teacher
Popular DP teacher travels the world, and enjoys motorcycles and a good laugh
Opinion: Compromise Needed in Net Neutrality
New regulations can't be an extreme on either side, or they will not pass.
Chargers’ Emotions Turbulent After Super Bowl XLIX
“Carroll should be fired. They made a highschool mistake and it was a quick slam.” - DP Junior
Charger Inn Students Get “Chopped”
From left, Caesar Medina, Jessica Flores and Megan Hollingsworth, DP seniors, in the finals week competition (Photos by Alex Lam) Dos Pueblos’ Charger Inn students participated in a “Chopped”-style competition for their first semester final, cooking gourmet meals using unknown ingredients that were given out by the instructor. Ingredients ranged from dried chicken to almonds, and […]
Sports Round-up: Week of 01/18 to 01/24
Wrestlers take individual titles, team championship at SM | Boys Soccer wins vs. Buena, SM | Girls Soccer ties Buena, wins vs. SM| Girls Water Polo wins vs. Ventura | Girls Basketball wins vs. SM, loses to Buena | Boys Basketball loses to Buena, SM
Bell Schedule, Though Popular, Doesn’t Lower D/F Rate
Survey results reflect support for new schedule, though issues in time usage and transportation remain
Press Access Restored to Student Journalists Covering SBIFF
After being told for the second year in a row by Santa Barbara International Film Festival staff that no press access would be available to student press, local student media groups reached a compromise on Jan. 12 that will allow students considerable but limited access to the festival. When local schools received emails informing them […]
Students Honored, Birthday Celebrated at Student Senate Meeting
DP Trailblazers and Student of the Month honored Jan. 20
Music Review: “Evermotion”
Best known for their single "Satellite," Guster returns with a new and unique album
Photo Gallery: Visual Arts Students Showcase Pop Art
Color and design students display their Pop Art
Music Review: “The Dream Walker”
Fast paced, tantalizing modern beats flow through Angels & Airwaves’ new album "The Dream Walker."
Turnovers Plague Chargers in Loss to Dons
SB defeated DP 69-47 in an eventful home game on Friday
DP Theater Company Awarded Numerous Honors
On Jan. 15, the Dos Pueblos Theatre Company took seven honors - including Theatre Company of the Year - in the Santa Barbara section of BroadwayWorld.com awards.
DP Beats Buena 21-4 in Girls Water Polo
Four girls with three or more goals apiece assured DP's varsity victory in the game Tuesday at home vs. Buena High
Charger Spotlight: Emily Robinson, Creator of Worlds
Just over three years in, and four books penned. Emily Robinson works as a Dos Pueblos High School senior during the day and moonlights as an author, a creator of worlds with dragons, time travel and alternate dimensions. Robinson has been writing books since a young age, and has continued to do so through high […]
Chargers Mourn Oregon’s Loss in National Championships
Most students favored the Oregon Ducks, with the Buckeyes the definite underdogs before Ezekiel Elliott carried his team to victory
Photo of the Day: Girls Soccer JV vs. SB at Home
DP lining up for a kick during the game this Tuesday after school. The JV girls tied 1-1, and varsity won 3-2. (Photo | Michael Aling)
New Clubs on Campus
Looking to make good on New Year's resolutions? It's not too late to join some of this academic year's new clubs - one way to get involved with the Dos Pueblos community.
DP Students Partake in Hour of Code
Have you ever wanted to learn how to program computers? Many Dos Pueblos students recently had the opportunity to do just that by participating the the Hour of Code event that took place Dec. 9. Students were taught the basic concepts of computer programming through a series of web-based games featuring popular characters from Angry […]
Photo of the Day: Austrialians Arrive at DP
This year's batch of Australian foreign exchange students arrived in an airbus today to meet their host families.
Photo Gallery: Behind DP’s Murals
The volunteer National Art Honors Society and the art club have been painting murals around campus for years, and are responsible for all of the murals on campus.
Mockingjay Part One: A quiet beginning to the finale of the Hunger Games
Though the filmmakers have been heavily criticized for breaking the movie into two parts, drawing it out and making it less exciting, Lauren Caspersen has to disagree.
Photo Gallery: Shred Everything!
Skating and BMXing push local teens to their limits - learn the lingo, see the tricks
Dos Pueblos hosts Noche al Colegio
DP's first college night in Spanish
DPEA Students Program MappApp in 54-hour Google Competition
Engineering students Spencer Mullanix, Landon Brand, Zachary Zerman and DP alum Reed Mullanix won the Best Minimum Viable Product award for their efforts.
Woodshop Classes Embark on House-building Project “Tiny”
The documentary-inspired house will be built on a trailer and sold, with proceeds to benefit SBUSD woodshop programs
Video: Mason, DP Teacher, Wins Distinguished Mentor Award
The award, one of three, was provided by the Santa Barbara County Education office for Mason's role in mentoring current and former students (some now teachers.)
New Locker Rooms Bring Changes in Physical Education Classes
New locker and shower facilities are ready for use, allowing PE classes to intensify.
Colleges Compete for Senior Soccer Player Julio Rubio
Five top-notch schools competed for Dos Pueblos senior Julio Rubio after he helped Santa Barbara Soccer Club win 18 games in multiple tournaments to be crowned national champions last summer.
Charger Athletes Face Health Risks
Student athletes face dangerous consequences due to concussions
Rocket Fizz: Home to Stalinade and Squirrel Underwear
Bizarre sodas. Candy from another generation. Humorous signs hanging the walls. What more is there to ask for?
Sports Round-up: Week of 11/09 to 11/15
Cross Country moves on in CIF Southern Section | Boys Water Polo ends season after win on Thursday
Nightcrawler: Sociopathy at its Most Thrilling
Image courtesy of Open Road Films “Nightcrawler” follows the story of the deceptive Lou Bloom, played by Jake Gyllenhaal, who’s isolated, unemployed and willing to do just about anything to survive. While hunting for a job, Bloom finds excitement and cash by videotaping accidents and crime scenes for a local news station. Bloom puts his […]
Student Senate Debates Feasibility of Campus Renovation Plans
Proposed plan includes a relocated Greek Theater and two stories
DP Students Think Pink
Bella Darke and Veronika Gulvin hosted a month-long card-signing event in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
DP Mock Trial Wins First Place at The Beach Ball Classic Tournament
Dos Pueblos Mock Trial Team Dos Pueblos’ varsity Mock Trial team scored a first-place victory at the inaugural Orange County Beach Ball Classic Tournament. DP competed against California’s top Mock Trial teams and successfully came out on top. Justin Bernstein, the president of the American Mock Trial Association, hosted the tournament at the University of […]
Recognizing DP’s National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists
Nine of the 10 National Merit Program semifinalists in the Santa Barbara Unified School District are Dos Pueblos students.
The creation of a surreal world in “Alice in Wonderland”
The Dos Pueblos Theatre Company's fall production adapts story in "unique, fun and interesting way"
Remembering Sam Shapiro
Family, friends and teachers remember Charger Sam Shapiro, who passed away last November
New Teacher: Katie Tullsen, Well-Traveled Hiker
Freshman English teacher Katie Tullsen is one of 18 new teachers at Dos Pueblos. Tullsen was a student teacher for Monica Kaplan last year from October to June.
Charger Spotlight: Jasmin Carrillo, Female Football Player
If you walk onto Dos Pueblos’ football field after school, you wouldn’t really see anything out of the ordinary: off-season track practice, kids hanging out under the bleachers, and the junior varsity football team charging across the field. Nothing seems amiss until the person wearing jersey 66 takes off her helmet, revealing herself as sophomore Jasmin Carrillo, DP’s female football player.
Food Review: Miso Hungry satisfies
Burrito-sized sushi is on the menu of the new Japanese restaurant Miso Hungry
Photo of the Day: The DP Polling Station
A view of the midterm election polling station set up in the lobby of Dos Pueblos' Elings Performing Arts Center to serve the community.
Capps & Mitchum: What They Stand For, Why You Should Care
Comprehensive student-conducted interviews with the two candidates for the 24th district seat in the House of Representatives