The Vista View

  • Jun 6, 12:00 pm2019 Graduation Issue

  • Jun 6, 10:51 amGood luck to all retiring teachers!

  • Jun 6, 10:50 amFinal exams continue until Friday, June 7.

  • Jun 6, 10:50 amGraduation starts at 6:00 P.M. today! Congratulations to all graduating seniors!

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Wager’s final Words of Wisdom for the class of 2019

Mick Wager, Principal | June 1, 2019

So much wisdom is in the world for you to discover, ponder, and to fill your hearts and minds. Learning from the wise words of those who have gone before you, whether they are American greats like Abraham Lincoln, leaders of your faith, or members of your own family, helps to nourish your spirit and your character. Sage advice—from the practical to the profound—lights our paths and can help...

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Lin achieves first in her class through hard work and dedication

Amanda Beyer, Staff Writer | June 3, 2019

For valedictorian Carlie Lin, ‘19, the years ahead are bright and open for success. In reaching her achievement as top of her class, she has both exemplified the C.L.A.S.S. of a Bronco and prepared herself for a promising future.  “It’s exciting . . . I wasn’t trying to do anything, but then I thought ‘Oh, I’m trying to figure out what I’m doing with my life’, and I realized that...

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Salutatorian Asprec rises to the top and claims her spot at Berkley

Katherine Beyer, Staff Writer | June 1, 2019

Kyra Asprec, Vista Murrieta’s salutatorian for the class of 2019, has worked hard throughout her years as a Bronco to achieve academic success. Now, at the brink of her graduation, she has found herself at the top of her class.  “I’m surprised. I wasn’t expecting to become salutatorian or anything. I was just taking these classes, and then everyone was like ‘Man, you’re gonna be val or sal,’...

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Class advisors see the end of a successful year

Kaitlyn Heard and Cassidy Lovell, Staff Collaboration | June 1, 2019

The senior class advisor Ashley Davis helped along with Cameron Larkins in making the senior class of 2019 have their best year yet. She aided in the process of organizing the coffee house, float building, senior gear, cosmic bowling, movie night, senior sunset and more.  Davis said, “By the time the students are seniors, they know exactly what they need to do in their class meetings to get their...

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Lindemeyer dreams of the future

Cassidy Lovell, Staff Writer | June 6, 2019

Summer is nearly here- and one student, class president Blake Lindemeyer, ‘19, prepares for a life after high school. After all, high school is only four years long. Though it may seem like forever, it’s an experience you’ll want to make the most of. “Get involved. You’ve probably heard it enough times, but it really does make your time here more enjoyable,” said Lindemeyer. Lindemeyer...

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Waite carries C.L.A.S.S. to Texas

Kathrine Beyer, Staff Writer | June 1, 2019

Kelsey Waite, ’19, has been a leader on campus through her years as a ASB President and looks forward to a successful future. Waite first came to Vista her junior year and has left a legacy of unity and positivity through her involvement both in and outside of school. “My experience in ASB throughout high school has been truly amazing. I moved to Vista my junior year, and I fell in love with...

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The last Monday for Mueller

Kaylee Howell, Staff Writer | June 5, 2019

Kay Mueller, VMHS’s beloved fashion teacher, is retiring after spending 35 years in education. Mueller has brought a unique opportunity for the creative minds at Vista: the ability to pursue their unconventional dreams without risking everything. She has repeatedly expressed her passion for fashion, often bringing an optimistic and encouraging spirit to the classroom. Her students and peers have...

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Haefer graduates after 22 years of teaching

Kaylee Howell, Staff Writer | June 1, 2019

Along with the class of 2019, a slew of Vista’s finest teachers are having a “graduation” of their own. This year marks a time where a vast number of teachers have decided to take a new step in their lives and retire. Among them is all-time favorite English teacher Ross Haefer. Haefer has been a teacher at Vista Murrieta High School since its opening in 2003, allowing him to have watched the...

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Q&A: Mr. Bronco stars put on the greatest show

Emma Jackson, Staff Writer | June 4, 2019

Themed around The Greatest Showman, Mr. Bronco 2019 turned heads with all the amazing performances and hilarious jokes. The guys left the crowd stunned and blown away. The event included pickup lines, talent portions, fancy wear, swimsuit wear, and much more. The night came to a halt when the winners were announced. The audience was thoroughly impressed with Brandon Tibbets since they chose him as...

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Nikki Nelson plays a new role

Lucelis Martinez, Co-editor in chief | June 4, 2019

Nikki Nelson, '19, has been a part of VMHS’ drama department for the past four years, but theatre has been a part of her life for even longer. Nelson is about to walk the halls of high school for the last time, and as a leader in the drama department as well as a stellar student overall, she has a lot to say about her time here.   Nelson recalled, “I decided to join drama because I did theatre...

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Lucelis Martinez’ temporary goodbye

Lucelis Martinez, Co-editor in chief | June 6, 2019

Dear VMHS, Wow. As a proud co-editor in chief of The Vista View this year, I should have the perfect last words to say. As someone who had to reroute her way of writing for this amazing group, I should have the perfect way to conclude. However, sometimes, the least amount of words says more. These past two years have been a lot of hard work and dedication, not just from me but from everyone involved....

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Letter from Kaitlyn Heard

Kaitlyn Heard, Co-Editor in Chief | June 6, 2019

Hi Vista Murrieta High School, Today, we are in our caps and gowns staring at our future. We are looking for our parents who were our guidance, love, and comfort. We know that some of us are about to pursue our dream careers and try to live life the way we were taught to. Others are about to enter the real world and try to see what the adult life is like for a while. Some of us don’t have a clue...

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