Sophomore quarterback Trey Arnold is earning his stripes with each snap as Coronado transitions to Division III this fall.
The Coronado Unified School District’s leadership will work alongside a student committee to get input and advice from middle and high school students. Superintendent Karl Mueller on Sept. 14 announced a commitment to continue finding creative ways to listen to students with the first Student Advisory Council (SAC). While students from seventh to 12th-grade are […]
Meet Jason Fledderjohn, whose desire to allow his mom to watch her grandkids from Hawaiʻi has grown into a budding community service for those who also want to follow the Islander sports teams.
The bend of the blue Coronado bridge sitting in the background, the golf green gracefully wrapping around Glorietta Bay, immense trees with roots digging deep, swimming in the wind. The idyllic scene is home to the Coronado High School girls golf team as it gathers on the putting green, ready to play their third tournament […]
Hosted by Canyon Crest Academy, the Ravens Invitational on Sept. 2 is run over one of the fastest courses in San Diego. It’s all hard dirt, road, a bit of grass at the start, and minimal hills, and to make it even more intriguing coaches can put their athletes in a 1.5-mile or 3-mile race, […]
The ‘little track girl’ from Coronado and now University of Oregon record holder is working to continue to dominate the stage in her last collegiate year and, most likely, the next Olympics.
Coronado Unified School District was awarded a $100,000 College and Career AccessPathways Grant from the California Department of Education, the district announced on Aug. 29. The grant funding will be used to expand opportunities by increasing the number of students with access to dual enrollment and to strengthen pupil advising and support services. The dual […]
Coronado High School’s cross country teams placed fifth at the Wolf Pack Invitational on Aug. 25 in grade-only races behind El Capitan, Point Loma, Steele Canyon, and Santana, said Islanders Coach George Green.
Expectations are high for the Coronado High School volleyball team with 11 returning players that include seven seniors, said Coach Adeile Ahmu. That group includes middle blockers Emily Wygal, Ruby Deckman, Riley Coker, Raine Wilson, defensive specialist Emily Fernandez, and outside hitters Lindsey Balsley and Sydney Jones. Ahmu said she’s excited to have seven seniors for the […]
The school district anticipated its students’ return with welcome events leading up to the first day of school.
Senior Emilia Alpert is another trailblazer on the Coronado High football team, joining Lindsey Balsley as one of two female players in the program. Alpert plays running back on offense and inside linebacker on defense. With one older brother and two younger siblings, one of whom will be an incoming freshman at CHS, Alpert said she […]
A long punt during the spring Powderpuff game resulted in Lindsey Balsley, a multi-sport athlete, getting recruited to play football this fall.
The Islander Cross Country program is cooking up something special this year, according to legendary Coach George Green—who’s entering his 33rd year at Coronado High School. Green said the program often is too small to get a large enough group of runners who will be able to compete with bigger high schools. This fall, however, […]
The Coronado Unified School District has named Donna Tripi as the new Director of Human Resources. Tripi is an accomplished educational leader with decades of experience in public education in San Diego County and will bring her deep knowledge and expertise to the CUSD leadership team. “She is a proven leader with experience working in […]
The Boy Scouts of America for more than 100 years created an outlet through which young men could grow and mature into honorable, responsible, and self-sufficient adults. But five years ago that all changed. The BSA opened their Cub Scouts and Scouts BSA to young women, and they’ve never looked back. Coronado’s first all-girls troop […]
The Coronado Police Department has launched a “possible child pornography” investigation into a late May controversy involving a Coronado High School staff member and “inappropriate” material sent to students, The Coronado News has learned after threatening legal action.