The Charger Account

An Open Letter To The Charger Account

By Jaden Gill, Editor-in-Chief

June 1, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

As the year concludes and many graduate Dos Pueblos, The Charger Account’s team of editors reflect on our years spent reporting, covering, and writing articles we are proud of. We are immensely grateful for our team of staff writers, our advisor Mrs. Dwyer, and the opportunity to share the stories we felt ne...

Attitude Adjustment: Why Prom Isn’t as Perfect as it Could Be

By Matthew Sevilla, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018


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First things first: I enjoyed Prom. I had a great time getting dressed up, eating fancy dinner, and dancing with friends that night; there isn’t much that could change that fact. However, this isn’t to say that Prom was absolutely perfect and that nothing should be changed, because it wasn’t,...

The Prom Preparations Pay Off

By Sofia Gerli, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018


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We’ve all grown up watching cliche high school drama movies, where the most popular girl in school plasters her face on sparkly posters all around campus in an attempt to win prom-queen. The boring old school gym gets transformed into an extravagant atmosphere with decorations of all kinds. Strings ...

Angel Flores

April 23, 2018


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Angel is a junior and staff writer for The Charger Account.

Nathan Beveridge

April 23, 2018


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Nathan is a senior and a staff writer for The Charger Account.

Michelle Diaz

April 23, 2018


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Michelle is a junior and staff writer for The Charger Account.

Talia Gerstenfeld

April 23, 2018


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Talia is a freshman and a staff writer for The Charger Account.

Emily Kuhn

April 23, 2018


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Emily is a senior and staff writer for The Charger Account.

DP Students Protect our Oceans Through Art

DP Students Protect our Oceans Through Art

By Jaden Gill, Editor-in-Chief

February 27, 2018


Filed under News, Uncategorized

To locals and tourists alike, Santa Barbara is a city known for its numerous beaches and acclaimed ocean life; natural beauties made possible by non-profit organizations like Channelkeepers, an organization that works to protect and raise awareness for our oceans and watersheds. Channelkeepers is hosting their 15th annual ...

#MeToo Sparks Movement To Bring Awareness to Sexual Assault

#MeToo Sparks Movement To Bring Awareness to Sexual Assault

By Sofia Gerli, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018


Filed under News, Uncategorized

Trending worldwide since October is the hashtag #MeToo, a social media movement in which women and men are sharing their stories about sexual harassment and assault. When the Harvey Weinstein scandal became public, Hollywood actress Alyssa Milano tweeted asking women to share their experiences w...

DP Pep Rally Builds Anticipation for Rival Game Against Santa Barbara High School

DP Pep Rally Builds Anticipation for Rival Game Against Santa Barbara High School

October 27, 2017


Filed under Photo Galleries, Uncategorized

On Oct. 27, Dos Pueblos High School students gathered in the Greek for the 2017 fall pep rally to encourage school spirit and support the DP football team before their game against Santa Barbara High School on Oct. 28. The gathering consisted of performances from Cheer and Song, Color Guard, the...

Devon Byers

Devon Byers

September 21, 2017


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Devon is a senior and Photographer for The Charger Account

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