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SCL champion Bears host first round soccer playoff game Tuesday

October 26, 2015 by Mount Shasta Herald

Mount Shasta HeraldThursday's thrilling league championship clinching victory over Tulelake gave Mount Shasta High School the No. 2 seed in the Northern Section playoffs, which start Tuesday, Oct. 27 on the Bears' home field. Time was running short at Shastice Park when ...

Sydney Cross named high school All-America

June 25, 2015 by Mount Shasta Herald

Mount Shasta HeraldCross is joined on the All America First Team by Mia Camuso of Shasta High School in Redding, who was named the Northern Section's 2015 MVP. The only other player from California on the All America First Team is Shelbi Sunseri of Santa Fe High.

Shasta County high school students to attend STEM Career Day

January 28, 2015 by Redding Record Searchlight

Redding Record SearchlightREDDING, California - More than 1,000 high school freshmen will crowd the Redding Civic Auditorium on Friday to connect with local techies and learn what it takes to pursue a career in science. Full story available to subscribers only. Log in | Subscribe

Enterprise wins River Bowl XXII, hangs on to trophy

October 18, 2014 by Record-Searchlight

Record-SearchlightREDDING, California - Enterprise High's football team kept the bragging rights for another year as it clobbered crosstown rival Shasta 41-0 in River Bowl XXII on Friday night at Thompson Field. The Hornets scored on their first possession and never let ...

Thursday high school sports report: Bears and Cougars at home

October 9, 2014 by Mount Shasta Herald

Mount Shasta HeraldHIGH SCHOOL SOCCER – Modoc at Mount Shasta, 5 p.m.; Etna at Weed, 5 p.m.. -- Friday, Oct. 10. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL – Fall River at Mount Shasta, 5:30/7:30 p.m.; Burney at Weed, 5:30/7:30 p.m.; Dunsmuir at Redding Christian, 7 p.m.. JUNIOR ...

PRs fall and Golden Feet fly as Mount Shasta begins 2014 track season

March 28, 2014 by Mount Shasta Herald

Mount Shasta HeraldSophomore Chris Morzenti, 10:03.3 in the 3200m; senior Collin Cool, 19-2.5 in long jump; junior Paris Muller, 75-8 in discus; sophomore Drew Miller, 54.9 in 400m; senior Daylon Blakely, 12.3 in 100m; sophomore Jarrod Althaus-Cressman, 16.8 in 110 high ...

Mount Shasta sews up 2 titles, hoops teams are a combined 34-6 in SCL

February 13, 2014 by Mount Shasta Herald

Mount Shasta HeraldA remarkable basketball season continued Tuesday night at Mount Shasta High School, where the varsity boys and JV girls teams wrapped up league championships, and the varsity girls and JV boys both improved their league records to 7-3. ... After the ...

Redding High School Teacher Wins National Science Award

January 23, 2014 by A News Cafe

A News CafeBrian Grigsby, a Shasta High School science teacher, says he has always been fascinated by the world around him, and what makes it work. It's this sense of curiosity and wonder that lead Grigsby to teach Earth Science, Physical Science and Biology from ...

Simpson University graduate earns national teaching certification

December 16, 2013 by Record-Searchlight

Record-SearchlightREDDING, CA - Leslie Ellingson, a history teacher at Shasta High School in Redding and graduate of Simpson University, was honored Dec. 6 for achieving National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification. Administrators and professors from ...

Shasta High School Annual Madrigal Dinner

October 31, 2011 by A News Cafe

A News CafeBe transported into Renaissance times through the seasonal magic of the Shasta High School Madrigal Dinner. During eight memorable nights in December, the Shasta High School Music Department transforms the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Pilgrim ...

A Great, Greek Guy: George Economou, 1924 – 2011

May 10, 2011 by Food For Thought, A News Cafe

Food For Thought, A News CafeGeorge Economou, renowned from 1957 through 1977 as a popular Shasta High School sports coach, physical education teacher and drivers training instructor, died May 5 at his Redding home. He was 86. Born Nov. 2, 1924, in Sacramento ... Shasta High ...

The Man Behind Shasta High's 'Music Man'

May 2, 2011 by Food For Thought, A News Cafe

Food For Thought, A News CafeShasta High School students are preparing to open their ambitious spring musical, “The Music Man,” which begins its 2-week run on Wednesday, and Director Gavin Spencer has taken time out to answer a few questions about the show. First, about the ...

Doni's Dish: Conversation With Shasta High Job Shadowers

April 20, 2011 by Food For Thought, A News Cafe

Food For Thought, A News CafeThat's why I chose Yaks Coffee Shop on Bechelli Lane a few weeks ago as my meeting spot with four Shasta High School juniors who'd signed up for Redding Rotary's annual job shadow program. The students, Felicia Hughes, Brianna Herold, Morada .... A ...

Friends and Neighbors: Foothill High graduate to spend year studying in Germany

July 29, 2008 by Record-Searchlight

Record-SearchlightDanika Swanson, a 1998 graduate of Shasta High School in Redding, received a master's degree June 5 from Harvard Divinity School in Cambridge, Mass. Swanson earned a degree in theological studies with an emphasis in religion, ethics and politics.

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