Category Archives: Creative Writing

Lucky Day

Lucky Day By: Lizbeth M. and Carly P., staff writers             Sara Ermengarde was walking home from school with her best friend, Lexi, they were talking about St. Patricks Day.”It’s like, your day!”, exclaimed Lexi.”What makes you think it’s my … Continue reading

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Fool For The Day

Fool For The Day By: Nayrovi P. & Megan K., Staff Writers   I have the perfect day planned for April 1st. I will be the prank master. My name is Jacob. And everybody knows me as that quiet boy. But I’m … Continue reading

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AFTER Valentine’s Day Part 2

  AFTER Valentine’s Day Part 2   By:Kenadi K., staff writer   “Megan, would you go out with me. I know we have tried this before and I was the one that broke up with you, but it was the … Continue reading

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The Ruby of Hearts

Bob the Blob in the Adventure Pineappleopolis – The Ruby of Hearts By Colby H. and Marcus M., staff writers (Good Story and Setting for a new phone app game.) Once upon a time, there was a little blue blob named … Continue reading

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Chocolate Shortage

Chocolate Shortage For Valentines Day ‘o’ By: Megan K. and Nayrovi P, Staff Writers Hello. I’m Annabelle, a 17 year old food addict. But everybody knows me as Anna. I really love oreos, and pop tarts, but nothing compares to my … Continue reading

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After Valentine’s Day

AFTER Valentine’s Day By:Kenadi K., Staff Writer It’s after Valentine’s Day now, and most people had an amazing day. Well, I have a bit of a different story. It was Valentine’s Day (obviously), and I was dressed in pink and … Continue reading

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Valentine Love

Valentine Love By Colby H., staff writer   Ahhhh……… I just couldn’t get her out of my mind. I was just in awe of her I guess you could say, star struck by a beloved girl named Isabella.  I dreamt … Continue reading

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Us Two Introverts

Us Two Introverts                                                    By Dustyn Casas, staff writer Chapter One: Arrival   “I heard there’s a new student coming!” one of my friends exclaimed to me before my third period. He was somewhat excited to know this, … Continue reading

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Puppy Love

Puppy Love By:Lizbeth Mancia staff writer             Ashley Tenses was walking her pet dog, Ally, through the dog park. She loves to go out with her dog. Though, there was something that she really liked about walking her dog, she … Continue reading

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Shot By Cupid’s Arrow

Shot By Cupid’s Arrow By: Khanh P. & Nayrovi P., Staff Writers   It is February. The month of love. The month of Valentines Day. Not that I will ever do anything to celebrate it. My name is Marcel. I don’t … Continue reading

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Cupid’s Arrows

Cupid’s Arrows    By: Marcus Montoya, Staff Writer   Once upon a time, there lived an angel named Cupid. Cupid had magic love arrows that could make anyone fall in love. Cupid loved a beautiful girl named Scarlet. She had red … Continue reading

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Loopy in Love

♥ Loopy in Love ♥ By: Sarah Beasley and Jenny Tran, Staff Writers           Love feels just like I thought it would. It feels amazing. But at the same time, scary. It’s nice to be in love with someone. But … Continue reading

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Why People Won’t Listen to Me

      Why People Won’t Listen to Me      By Kenadi K., staff writer   Have you ever notice when you say something and no one listens to you. You think it’s because you’re not popular and ugly. Well you … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolution

New Year’s Resolutions By: Lizbeth M., staff writer             “Kristy..Kristy, come on, get up.”  Kristy Marks was in bed, being woken up by her mother.”  Come on Kristy, it’s New Year’s Eve! You don’t want to miss the big party … Continue reading

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Supporting the King

Supporting The King By:Lizbeth M. and Carly P., staff writers             “Yes! Finally, school’s out for three days!” cheered Samy Ellison as he walked through his front door.”Well you have someone to thank for giving you a third day of … Continue reading

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Under the Christmas Tree

Under the Christmas Tree By Marcus M., Staff Writer Once upon a time, there was a home on Paradise Lane, thunder was roaring, and nobody was stirring except for a little boy setting up a Christmas tree, and his name … Continue reading

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Santa and Frosty

Santa and Frosty By Nayrovi P. & Khanh P. staff writers     I never believed in Christmas magic. It just never seemed true. No one understood how many times I had been stood up by Santa. And when I … Continue reading

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The Naughty Elves Poem

The Naughty Elves By: Dustyn C., staff writer There once was two little elves, Doki and Mee Mee, They were happy little elves, but very sly and naughty! Banana peels on the ball, Roller skating in the halls, Everyone wanted … Continue reading

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A Christmas Miracle

A Christmas Miracle By: Amanda A. and Jessica S., staff writers   Once upon a time there was a boy named Matthew, who lived in a beautiful house with his family. His house had two stories and a huge backyard. … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Patch part 1:Talking Pumpkin and 2: Christmas Eve

Pumpkin Patch: part 1, Tales of the Talking Pumpkin            By: Ryan G, staff writer On Halloween night, a young boy named Bruce and his friend Clark were off trick-or-treating. Bruce was dressed up as Batman and Clark was Superman.  While … Continue reading

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Tired of Thanksgiving

Tired of Thanksgiving By: Jenny Tran, Staff Writer        My least favorite holiday of the year.Turkeys, mashed potatoes, family gathering. I’m so over the same old stuff every year. We wake up, we eat, and then sleep. So fun. I … Continue reading

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The Turkey In The Barn

The Turkey In The Barn By : Nayrovi P. & Khanh P., staff writers  “The turkey in the barn, the turkey in the barn. Oh, oh the turkey now, the turkey in the barn.”   My pop didn’t know how sick … Continue reading

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Comic – Chubby Pumpkins

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Shadows In The Dark

Shadows In The Dark By: Nayrovi P. & Khanh P., staff writers             I never knew what I was getting into. I was just digging myself into a deeper hole. I knew better than to go to the graveyard. Especially on … Continue reading

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A Halloween Scare

 A Halloween Scare BY: Sarah Beasley and Jenny Tran, Staff Writers             One Halloween Night, three kids named Adam, Katie, and Will were trick or treating when they saw something unusual. They saw a strange figure in the distance. They … Continue reading

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Scarecrow Nightmare

The Nightmare of the Scarecrow By Marcus Montoya, Staff Writer   Once upon a time, there was a kid named Tiago who lived in Torrance, California. He lived with his mom Grace, his brother Bruce, and his dad named Max. … Continue reading

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New, Lonely, but Unforgotten

By : Nayrovi P., staff writer   As I got out of bed, something in me was messing with my mind. All my friends were all going to the same school. None of them had moved away like I had. … Continue reading

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Spring Story

April Showers… By: Megan Born,Staff Writer             April had just ended, and as you can probably guess, it sucked. Everything had sucked since me and Matty broke up. Well, not everything…You see right after me and Matty broke up, … Continue reading

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Poem: I Couldn’t Do It Without You

I Couldn’t Do It Without You By: Melody Garcia No encouragement would have left me alone… Maybe not in a dark room Or in a blizzard But by myself With only the hope that I could live through the pain … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Story

The Weirdest Mother’s Day Ever by:Jade Tao Staff writer             Would you like to wake up one morning forgetting something important? Not me, I forgot the most important thing today. It was reminding my Dad about Mother’s Day. I flipped … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Story

A Different Kind of Mother’s Day By: Katherine Vu and Jenny Pham, staff writers “I’m really sorry for your loss,” the man in the military uniform said stiffly. “Your mother died a hero.” Andrea didn’t respond. How could she? She … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Poems

Mother’s Day Poems By: Alex and Nicholas Maculam       “Mother” “Mother” is such a simple word, But to me there’s meaning to it. For everything I am today, My mother’s love showed me the way. I’ll love my … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Story

A Twist of Motherly Love by Hana Lee (Staff Writers)             “I hate you! Just leave me alone!” I stormed up the stairs and slammed my bedroom door. I buried my face in a pillow and started crying. Nothing was … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Story

Amelioration Staff Writer: Phoebe Kim I walk to school with my friends hearing them chat about their excitement for Mother’s Day. They discuss on what to get their mothers, either a nice breakfast or a new outfit. I try to … Continue reading

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No Regular Spring Break

No Regular Spring Break By: Melody Garcia (Staff Writer)             Hey guys! Maci is coming to you live from her bedroom! Nah, that didn’t work did it? Okay I won’t do it anymore, sheesh! Anyway, last week was the week … Continue reading

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Magruder’s Annual Poetry Contest

Magruder’s Annual Poetry Contest 6th Grade Poetry Water Polo –  6th grade,1st place By: Drake K. Water polo is my joy in life I love the refreshing feeling of the water The feel of the brand new grip ball in … Continue reading

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Magruder’s Annual Poetry Contest

Poetry Contest by Hana Lee and Phoebe Kim Are you talented in rhyming? Well then, perfect timing! Come sign up for the poetry contest! Do you think you’ll be the best? Rhyming isn’t the only way to write a poem, … Continue reading

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Two Years Before Hoverboards

Two Years Before Hoverboards By: Aaron McGuire and Tony Chong, staff writers   Our story begins at a 7-Eleven. A really cool guy named Aaron was chilling there waiting for his even cooler friend, Tony. From a distance, he could … Continue reading

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No Regular April Fools Day

No Regular April Fool’s Day By: Melody Garcia (Staff Writer)             Hello! It’s Maci, again; obviously. Sometimes, I wonder if you guys get bored of me talking and you want to hear Brayden or Eli or Isaac, but I guess … Continue reading

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No Regular Easter

No Regular Easter By: Melody Garcia, Staff Writer             Hello! I’m back and have fully recovered from the flu. Today is Sunday, March 31 and it’s Easter! Everyone is coming over, but Brayden is here early, as usual. It’s eight … Continue reading

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A Little Help On Easter

A Little Help on Easter By: Katherine Vu, staff writer I was really competitive You could ask anyone Getting all the eggs on Easter Every year I always won But then something happened It involved a little boy To some … Continue reading

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What To Do Now….

What To Do Now… By: Phoebe Kim, staff writer             What to do now? I already did all the pranks I can think of, but I know Dana will think of something big soon. You see, Dana and I have … Continue reading

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Cracking Eggs

Cracking Eggs by Hana Lee, staff writer             I couldn’t wait for my family’s annual easter egg hunt! It was odd though, since this year it wasn’t in April, it was on March 31st.There would always be a golden egg, … Continue reading

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An Annoying Saint Patrick’s Day

An Annoying Saint Patrick’s Day by Jenny Pham (staff writer)             I sighed. It was Saint Patrick’s day. I am not going outside today. It was Sunday, so no school to tell people to stop pinching! Geez, you do not … Continue reading

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Never Hate Easter

Never Hate Easter By: Katherine Vu, staff writer “You Easter hater!” Max, my little brother, screamed as he ran into my room. I zipped my backpack closed and set it down on a chair. “What?” “What’s wrong with you?!” he … Continue reading

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Valentines Day …Sucks

Valentine’s Day…Sucks By: Megan Born, Staff Editor It was late January, and things with Matty had been rocky, we were fighting about everything, and god forbid I should call him during practice. The new year got off to a bad … Continue reading

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My Life with a Vampire

My Life with a Vampire By: Cody Davis, staff writer Hello my name is Blake Robles and I’m your normal high school student well I used to be until I failed my exam to graduate and met someone. See this … Continue reading

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The Bunny and the Snowstorm

The Bunny and the Snowstorm By: Katherine Vu, staff writer             “Oh. My. Gosh! It’s snowing! It’s snowing!” Claire yelled. “Yeah, yeah, I know. It’s your first time seeing snow,” I sighed. Claire was eight, and she’s been yelling about … Continue reading

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An Unexpected Merry Thanksgiving

An Unexpected Merry Thanksgiving by Hana Lee (Staff Writer)             Ever since Halloween was over, I have been so happy! Halloween is scary and I always hide under my bed when night comes. Anyways, Thanksgiving is tomorrow and I have … Continue reading

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Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer

Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer Retold By: Phoebe Kim, Staff Writer             Hey, my name’s Rudolph, and my life sucks. I blame my parents for their genes, I mean, a red nose? A GLOWING red nose? When I was little, … Continue reading

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