The Details of How & Why The Myanmar Coup D’etat Took Place.

What Happened In the early morning, on the first of February 2021, the Tatmadaw, officially known as the Burmese Military, launched a military coup, taking over the democratically elected government of Myanmar. The army general Min Aung Hlaing accused the Aung San Suu Kyi government or the NLD party (National League for Democracy) of voter […]

Junior/Senior Online School Survey

After this long, crazy, and tiring pandemic most students are finally back in school. All coming back with the experience of doing online school. Many students have different opinions about online school. Some thought it was bad, and others enjoyed it. I created a survey and asked a handful of juniors and seniors about their […]

APA’s Events

One of APA’s main things that make learning here so enjoyable is the vibrant atmosphere punctuated by amazing, fun events and great engagement. However, in the wake of the coronavirus, we seem to have lost this. Many people from the seniors of last year to those of this year and every other class have lost […]

Evolution of APA

The history of Arroyo Pacific Academy can not be explained in a sentence or two. So, we organized it into some main topics for you to have a better look at our school! Students and learning Arroyo Pacific Academy was established as a college preparatory school. The courses here are based upon the needs of […]

School Lunch Survey

School lunch is important for students as it offers the nutrients the students need. When our school was reopened in early April, our school offered school lunch again every day. In our survey, our school offers In-N-Out, Chinese Bowls, Pizza, Church’s Chicken, and Yoshinoya because their price is affordable for students. It has been almost […]

Faculty’s Opinions on Final Exams

Timson Wu Finals can be interpreted in a few ways. Stressful; students have to cram all the information they have learned in every single class across this quarter. Mixed feelings; finals are a pain, but that means school is almost over. The teachers at Arroyo Pacific Academy have different ways of preparing students for finals […]

India’s coronavirus wave

Overview Reaching a record breaking number of 400,000 cases on April 30, 2021, India is currently being devastated by a second wave of the coronavirus. Officially, 19.3 million cases have been confirmed and more than 270,000 dead. However in reality, experts say it is likely much higher. Why is India’s second wave so bad? After […]

Mount Wilson’s Star

Have you recently seen a bright light on top of Mount Wilson shining in different colors? It’s an art experiment called Sunstar created by artist Liliane Lin and astrophysicist John Vallerga. The six glass prisms that make up Sunstar take in sunlight on top of a 150 foot tower, refracting and bending the light allowing […]

Math Club is coming soon and anyone is welcomed to join.

There are clubs in our school now, and APA introduces a Math Team Club! The aim of the Math Team Club is to join math competitions like AMC, practice logical thinking, and discuss math problems. We will offer problems that we will practice and discuss. We will discuss the tactics of tackling the problems. All […]

US Border Situation. What may be hidden?

Is the border truly in crisis? A tense situation is developing along the United States Southern border as thousands of people pour into the US in record-breaking numbers, but why is this happening?  Usually, around this time the US faces a spike in immigrants coming up from South America and Mexico, but this time it […]
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