Almost everyone knows about the popular website YouTube and their wide stream of diverse types of videos available to watch on its site. However, there is a website made just for school videos… Read More
The Sunrise Mountain chapter for Best Buddies will attend the second annual Buddy Prom on Dec. 8 at the Renaissance Hotel. The Best Buddies organization focuses on one-on-one friendships with students with intellectual… Read More
On Nov. 2, during second hour, students were given a fake ballot to participate in a mock election. All goverment classes helped in counting and finalizing the votes. On Nov. 6, they announced the… Read More
Senior Kassandra Furlong helps out the Cave Creek community by volunteering at Horses Help. Horses Help is an organization that allows those with special needs to partake in horseback riding not only has… Read More
Many freshmen at the school have something in common with the marching band uniforms: they are 14 years old. The uniforms were purchased in 1998. This has not affected the Pride of… Read More
On Sept. 26, Christian Club on Campus gathered around the flag pole to pray for schools and students. This is a nationwide event that is organized every year and takes place the fourth… Read More
On Sept. 13, Darrell Kidd’s second hour engineering class tested bridge models outside of the H building.
On Sept. 12, the science club held a fundraiser at Genghis Grill in Glendale, Ariz.
Taylor Swift recently released her new single “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and announced that her new album Red will be hitting stores on Oct. 22. Some of her hits like… Read More
Honor and AIM students at Sunrise Mountain had to switch up their routine this year since the English and History were combined into a yearlong AB block schedule. “Students, instead of having class… Read More
On Saturday, May 5, seniors participated in the Senior Breakfast held by Student Council. The people who attended the breakfast dined with all their fellow classmates and were able to see students who were… Read More
On April 5 Jobs for Arizona Graduates (JAG) held a Special Olympics event for special need students from the Canyon Leadership Academy. JAG planned and organized the event for several weeks before the actual… Read More
There are no magical glass slippers or enchanting castles in any of Nicholas Sparks’ romance novels, but that is not what makes them popular. Instead, he is known for capturing the hearts of… Read More
On March 12, Apache, Coyote Hills and Frontier Elementary schools visited Sunrise Mountain to take part of the Parade of Bands. The elementary bands were given the opportunity, during the day, to play… Read More
On Feb. 23 the Child Oriented Occupational Program (COOP) had the opportunity to have it’s young students meet a police officer and learn all about his duty to the public.