The Clarion

Apex Visits Distinct Colleges in NorCal

By  gurman brar

Apex, which is one of the biggest clubs on campus, went on their annual field trip leading into spring break. The group left for NorCal on Thursday, March 22 and returned on Saturday, March 24.

Beyond Home Plate for Bears Baseball


The varsity baseball team of Selma High doesn’t just play catch. They practice having good character on and off the field.

With the incredibly close bond they share, the teammates help one another grow, physically and mentally.


This issue, students reminisce in the memory of their childhood days and reflect on the person they've become.

Students of the special needs classes at Selma High School attended a private balloon release for Angel's 2nd Flight.

Angel’s 2nd Flight Promotes Equality


Selma High hosted its 2nd annual Angel’s Flight event on Friday, April 6th, 2018. Angel’s Flight is a balloon release fundraiser organized by Spanish teacher Mrs. Quintanilla in order to raise awareness for National Autism Awareness Month.

SHS Hosts Senior Breakfast


On Friday, August 13th, Selma High School held its annual College Breakfast.

The Breakfast is held by the Selma High School administrators, to honor and reward the graduating seniors that will go on to college next year.

Spring Musical Proves the Power of Love


This year’s spring musical was performed from March 15th-17th at 7pm and Sunday, March 18th at 3pm the Selma Arts Center, in downtown Selma.

Some of the cast included Aliyah Garcia as Aida, Joey Zamora as Radames, Anna Armstrong as Amneris, and Reyes Charnin as Mereb.

The Opinion Pages

Voting age...16 or 18?

STudent Op-Ed


We are now approaching the season of spring; a time often associated with rebirth and starting anew as the flowers begin to bloom, Easter Sunday church services for many Christians around the world. Yet for families like mine, April often comes with a sense of remorse and dark remembrance.

Swimming Towards The Pathway Of Success


Selma High Swim has definitely had a positive start to season. They have been training extremely hard in order to win league which began on March 14. They are currently undefeated, 4-0, in league as an overall team.

Bear Briefs

By kat bojorquez

Friday, April 20 Track @ Sierra Pacific Invitational

Baseball vs Dinuba

SHS Talent Show

Monday, April 23 Tennis @ Dinuba

Top 25 Banquet

Tuesday, April 24 Softball @ Kinsburg

Baseball @ Immanuel

Wednesday, April 25 Swim vs Kingsburg

Tennis vs Kingsburg

Track CSL Meet - CVC

Thursday, April 26 Golf @ CSL Mini

Friday, April 27 Tennis @ CSL Tourney -Immanuel

Track @ Dinuba Invitational

Softball vs Exeter

Baseball vs Immanuel

Tuesday, May 1 Golf @ CSL Finals

Diving CSL Finals @ Exeter

Baseball vs CVC

Softball @ Immanuel

Wednesday, May 2 Swim CSL Meet @ Exeter

Track @ CSL Finals - CVC

Thursday, May 3 CSL Boys Golf Finals - Dinuba

Friday, May 4 Softball vs Dinuba

Baseball @ CVC

Prom: A Tale As Old As Time

By simran brar

Selma High’s prom: A Tale as Old as Time was held on Saturday, April 14 at Holland Park West.

The Junior Class officers worked hard to organize this year’s prom. Planning was definitely a difficult task for them as they had to satisfy everyone attending prom.

Girls Softball Hitting For Success


Varsity girls softball has won almost five Valley Championships with the confidence they have built throughout the past seasons. The girls have been winning many games so far. With determination and hard work on the field, the team is preparing for the challenges to come their way.

BR Review: Boston Cream Pie

By nikki campos

Full disclosure: my partner in crime Hannah Mitchell wasn’t here with me to do this review. Maybe that’s why my review didn’t go as planned or maybe it was the fact that my father was complaining that he had to pay for this kid’s scoop of Boston Cream Pie. In his exact words he said, “The school should be paying you to do this or better yet Baskins Robbins should give it to you for free because you are advertising them.”

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