While other kids were getting summer jobs or goofing off, Annika Ariel spent much of her summer at a prestigious performing arts camp in rural Michigan called Interlochen.
Fifteen-year-old Ellie Petty is the youth member of the Rwanda School Project board of directors, which helps raise funds for and operates a school for children in the poor east African country.
A passion for animals spurred Maria Carrillo student Alyssa Moore to action during a spring school rally.
The Stone-Age societal rule that the guy is supposed to be the instigator is complete bologna sandwich.
According to a study released by Pew Research Center, the fastest growing religious denomination in America is known as the “Nones,”or the religiously unaffiliated.
Many teens claim pot use helps them while appearing unaware of the drug's negative consequences.
By AMANDA KRALEY, 17, and KELSEY McCAFFREY, 16 MARIA CARRILLO HIGH SCHOOL ‘‘I remember it happening, but after that, nothing. It’s like it never existed,” Maria Carrillo High junior Alex Wrenn said of the concussion he suffered last August. Wrenn, a nose tackle for Maria Carrillo’s varsity football team, was [...]
By BRETT WILKISON THE PRESS DEMOCRAT Brooke Cichosz has core beliefs and interests that propel her through busy days in her senior year at Maria Carrillo High School. The Santa Rosa 17-year-old is keen on the craft of storytelling and has pursued that art through a full schedule [...]
By ADAM SILOW MARIA CARRILLO HIGH SCHOOL Becoming a Navy SEAL is an aspiration that not many Americans dare to have and even fewer are able to attain. However, for Ryder DeSalvo, 18, of Santa Rosa, this has been a goal long in the making and one that [...]
By CLARK MASON THE PRESS DEMOCRAT Daniel Rosenthal performed his first professional magic show at a birthday party when he was 5 years old. By the age of 8, he was doing shows at hospitals, including performing for chemotherapy patients at Santa Rosa Kaiser, where his father works [...]