Nine Coronado children won the City of Coronado’s Recreation & Golf Services annual Turkey Coloring Contest. The event, sponsored by the Coronado Junior Woman’s Club, ran from Oct. 1 to Nov. 1. The holiday tradition provides the opportunity for local elementary school children in kindergarten through fifth grade to compose colorful Thanksgiving masterpieces with crayons, […]
The air is crisp, the sunsets early, and the Coronado girls soccer team is preparing for their 2023-24 season. Change is here. For the team, not only does this mean chilly nights of practicing, a staple characteristic of the winter sports season, but it also means new leadership from Miguel Gutierrez, the first-year varsity head coach. […]
Coronado’s freshmen carried the day at Woodward Park at the California State Championships in Fresno on Nov. 25. Coronado’s young team consisted of four freshmen, one sophomore, and one junior. It was the girls’ team’s 30th trip since 1987 to state, either as a team or as individual qualifiers. according to Coach George Green. Coronado’s […]
The Islanders have a tough pre-season schedule, but the squad is aiming for another playoff run under Coach Anthony Ott.
Kaelyn Krueger took the opportunity as a freshman to join the Coronado High School Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps and has never looked back. Now a senior, Krueger is the organization’s public affairs officer. It’s her job to get the word out about NJROTC as students learn about discipline and leadership skills. The group […]
Following a season of wins across Eastern League races, the Coronado Islanders’ girls cross country team is making a return to the CIF state championships.
The Coronado High School girls basketball team jump started their season with back-to-back road matchups on Nov. 15 and 16, against Pacific Ridge and Point Loma.
A Coronado High School report shows a large number of graduates move onto higher education following rigorous studies.
Backed by Coach John Coolidge, the Coronado High School girls basketball program is ramping up for its winter season.
The Coronado girls cross country team advance to the state meet after a strong showing at the CIF Cross Country Championships on Nov. 11.
The Coronado School of the Arts (CoSA) Conservatory of Classical and Contemporary Dance invites audiences to join dancers on stage for a special performance “in the round.” The concert, titled “Peripheral,” performs to all four sides of the space from Dec 8-10. The shows are at 7 p.m. on Dec. 8 and 9, and there will be […]
There was a theater full of new and years-long advocates pushing for solutions and continued awareness related to the Tijuana sewage pollution criss on Nov. 10.
Coronado High School senior Hayden Ellinger premieres his WWI period piece “With Valor” at the Coronado Island Film Festival.
Two hundred years after the story of “Frankenstein” was written, Coronado Middle School eighth-grade students in Ramona Loiselle’s English class showcased their scientific technological creations based on themes of the novel at the CMS Innovation Lab (iLab) on Nov. 3.
More than 350 students from Village and Silver Strand elementaryschools and Christ Church Day School attended a professional orchestra concert in thePerforming Arts Center at Coronado High School on Nov. 2. Classics 4 Kids received a 2023-24 community grant from the City of Coronado to provide music education access for Coronado students. The positive energy […]
For one last time this season, the Coronado High School football team stepped onto a field drenched in the glow of giant floodlights. Those Friday Night Lights hit a little differently in the November air, a tell tale sign of an extended season. Coronado, seeded 11th in the CIF San Diego Division IV playoffs, took […]