The Health and Biomedical Sciences Academy students
attended the 2015 Health Professionals Conference on
Wednesday at Cal State San Bernardino. This event, hosted by
Inland Coalition, allowed students to learn about professions
in the different sectors of the medical field. Students attended
breakout sessions, listened to keynote speakers, and spoke
with local educational institutions.
Narconon Drug Counselor, Tony Bylsma, shares the dangers of
the drug Ecstasy with Freshman Seminar students.(Jody Wolfe photo)
Retired Police Officer and Disaster Morgue Responder, Rodney
Walters, shared his disaster relief response in Haiti, following
the 2010 earthquake. (Jody Wolfe photo)
The YHS Girls Basketball Team fuels up at the Old Spaghetti
Factory prior to defeating Katella High School 65-35 Saturday
The YHS Mountain Bike Team will begin it's quest for the state
championship Sunday morning at Lake Perris. Racers from all
over Southern and Central California will meet and compete at
the season opening race.
Aidan Littleton and David Parsons present their First Semester
Project to the Law and Public Safety Academy Advisory Board.
Yucaipa High School wrestling team lead by Anthony Loera has
once again gone undefeated in Citrus Belt League dual
competition earning a combined score of 377 – 118 over their
competition comprised of Redlands, Cajon, Redlands East Valley,
AB Miller, Eisenhower, and newly added Carter, and Citrus Valley.
(photo by Brenda Martinez) More....
Eighth graders from Mesa View, Park View and CECA were
escorted around YHS this week as part of the traditional
Key Club presidents Amy Holmes and Nathan Barger brought
cards to the Children's Hospital that were made over the past
two weeks by the Key Club members at YHS.
Holocaust survivor Marion Blumenthal-Lazan spoke to YHS
students Wednesday at a special assembly. gallery
The annual Blood Drive came to YHS today, and again, our caring
students and staff gave back to the Yucaipa community.
(Jada Dorrough photo)
Principal Shad Kirkland, Heather Aguilar and Valerie Garza
prepare to deliver a much better Christmas to 30 underprivileged
families in the Yucaipa Valley. The 1st Annual YHS Adopt-A-Family
program coordinated with students, campus clubs, local families
and YHS staff to provide 100's of gifts and over $1500 worth of
food gift cards. The kindness and generosity of Yucaipa High
School's students, families and staff is amazing. (video)
Graphic design by Haley Knight