La Quinta High School's student-run newspaper


La Quinta High School's student-run newspaper


La Quinta High School's student-run newspaper



College of the Deserts communication building

College of the Desert offers a grant for upcoming students

Christina Montes, Reporter March 10, 2022

For the spring semester of 2022, College of the Desert offered a grant of $100 per unit. Both credit and non-credit courses are eligible, thanks to the U.S. Department of Education.  A grant is money...

Taylor Graham interviews a group at lunch for Man on the Street

Man on the Street: Students share favorite teachers, block day and more

The Hawkview multimedia team took to the streets to hear from students at La Quinta High to learn about their favorite teachers, favorite block day, favorite place to hang out on campus and what color...

Lesslie Cuevas 22, Karla Diaz 22, and Lauren Rabago 23

How fashion allows for self-expression and individuality

Carter McKee, Reporter February 16, 2022

At La Quinta High School, many students believe fashion helps them feel confident in themselves, as well as a means to share their personalities through their style. Fashion has been a passion for Amaya...

Anahi Vazquez is a first-year P.E. teacher at La Quinta High School.

Anahi Vazquez reflects on her first teaching position

Rebecca Salinas, Reporter February 8, 2022

Anahi Vazquez is a first-year P.E. teacher at La Quinta High School. It’s her first teaching position.  Vazquez was inspired to work here because it fits the qualities she wanted in a job.   “I...

Brianna Luna is the varsity softball coach and physical education teacher at La Quinta High.

Brianna Luna shares her heart, faith and energy at LQHS

Destiny Penalber, Assistant Sports Editor February 7, 2022

Brianna Luna is a P.E. teacher and the varsity softball coach for La Quinta High School.  She attended Our Lady of Perpetual Help from kindergarten to eighth grade. She then made her way to LQHS, where...

Paul Collins in his favorite spot on campus: the forensics lab of the PSA buildings where he used to teach.

Paul Collins: The “best teacher” at LQHS

Mildred Flores, Reporter February 7, 2022

Paul Collins is an English teacher at La Quinta High School and has been working as a teacher for 27 years. He has been teaching at LQHS since 1999: for 22 years. Since he’s been at La Quinta, things...

Celebrating Celeste Strege: the beloved backbone of the high school

Celebrating Celeste Strege: the beloved backbone of the high school

Raisa Guerrero Cardenas, Reporter February 4, 2022

It’s 9 a.m. and Celeste Strege has four teachers who are out that day. Her job is to find substitutes for each class that have no supervision for the students. To make matters worse, she had to work...

English Language Development and AVID teacher Jacqueline Esquivel.

La Quinta High welcomes back Jacqueline Esquivel

Katherine Carrera, Assistant A&E Editor February 1, 2022

She’s sitting at her desk typing away as her students who stayed during lunch are playing hangman on a whiteboard that stands in a corner of the room. Her classroom, filled with color and posters, looks...

Jason Su teaching his fifth period Math lll CP class.

Jason Su: Guitar player, video gamer and mathematician

Lexi Noguera, Editor-in-Chief January 28, 2022

La Quinta High School has welcomed a new math teacher and he’s prepared to experience his first year of educating high school students. Jason Su was excited to begin a new fresh start at LQHS after...

Culinary students pour fries into cups that they will sell for $3.

Photo Essay: A behind-the-scenes in the Blackhawk Kitchen

Leonardo Flores, Arts and Entertainment Editor January 13, 2022

Malachi Murrell

Malachi Murrell: Basketball star takes the next step

Leila Terrazas, Reporter January 11, 2022

He went from watching his family succession in basketball to getting his own success in basketball as well. La Quinta High School senior Malachi Murrell committed early to play basketball for Cal Poly...

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