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Your World. Your Stories. Everyday.

METEA MEDIA

Your World. Your Stories. Everyday.

METEA MEDIA

Students gather at and around the DJ at the homecoming dance.

Mosh pit and music are popular homecoming highlights

Chloe Stables, Spotlight Reporter
September 27, 2022

As the homecoming season comes to an end, Metea Valley students enjoyed their time dancing and socializing at this year’s dance. Homecoming has a well-known reputation for being a night to remember....

Guide Right chairman Bob Engram helps students get on track for college

The Guide Right Program encourages students to attend college

Chloe Stables, Spotlight Reporter
September 23, 2022

For some students, attending college has always been a priority because of the extensive education you receive and the many new experiences that follow. For others, going to college is a nonviable option...

Gaby, a transfer student from France, walks the art hallway with international flags swaying above her.

Transfer Students have had positive experiences at Metea

Tanay Pant, Spotlight Editor
September 22, 2022

Learning about the experience of transfer students at Metea Valley is crucial for understanding how welcoming and functional the school is overall. A transfer student is someone who unenrolls from one...

Students were able to shine a spotlight on their clubs during the Activity Fair

Students showcase their clubs in the activity fair

Chloe Stables
September 9, 2022

This year’s activity fair took place on Thursday, Sept. 8, allowing students the opportunity to pursue their interests while contributing to the school community. Over 70 clubs participated in this event,...

A student reads a script provided by their theater instructor.

Students are feeling positive about this year’s theater program

Tanay Pant, Spotlight Editor
August 31, 2022

The theater program kicked off its season with an orientation meeting last Thursday. The upcoming plays and performances were revealed as hundreds of potential tech workers, actors, and actresses gathered...

A student walks to the restroom holding a required pass.

New bathroom policies spark discussion among students

Tanay Pant, Spotlight Editor
August 25, 2022

As the new school year starts, the implementation of new bathroom policies has concerned some students. Unlike last year’s policy of locking the bathrooms so that custodians can clean messes left by...

Electives are a beneficial part of ones high school journey.

Metea electives offer opportunities to discover passion

Alisha Chhatwal, Perspectives Reporter
May 27, 2022

Underclassmen have until May 27 to finalize their course selection for the 2022-2023 school year. Electives are an important part of the highschool experience because they allow the exploration of new...

Survivors of assault face much more than the event itself.

Surviving Assault: The obstacles to coming forward about sexual abuse

Tanay Pant, Spotlight Reporter
May 26, 2022

The name of the student mentioned has been changed for this article since they are candidly discussing sexual abuse in depth. This article candidly discusses sexual assault. “I do not think that...

Students line up to take photos with each other infront of the backdrop.

Theater students celebrate with an end of the year red carpet themed banquet

Christina Guckel, Spotlight Editor
May 18, 2022

The end of the year is almost here, and students are wrapping up their in-school activities. Following the well-performed shows of “CLUE: on stage,” Winter Scenes, and “A Chorus Line,” theater...

A table full of members of Best Buddies has fun making crafts in the library during a meeting.

Best Buddies creates a fun and friendly environment for all members

Christina Guckel, Spotlight Editor
May 10, 2022

Best Buddies is a nationwide organization built upon friendship. Metea’s Best Buddies pairs a student with an intellectual or developmental disability with another Metea student. Before COVID-19,...

At Metea, 63% of students in the class of 2021 went to a four-year institution and 36% went to a two-year or technical school. However, that does not mean that success can not be achieved on other pathways.

College Myths: Separating Fact from Fiction

Katrina Viloria, Online Editor-in-Chief
May 9, 2022

In a few weeks, over 700 seniors are graduating in Metea’s class of 2022. Some may enlist in the military. But most students will attend a four-year university, and many of them will take on thousands...

Metea Micd members take a group picture after a long day participating in a poetry event.

Metea Mic’d fosters growth and competition for poets

Tanay Pant, Spotlight Reporter
May 2, 2022

Metea Mic’d is a poetry club that participates in slam poetry competitions, coaches each other’s poetry, and interacts with creative writers from all different corners of Metea Valley. The club only...

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