Cleveland Journal

  • EXODUS 98118: The gentrification of South Seattle

    EXODUS 98118: The gentrification of South Seattle

    Elliott Hernandez Sebastian, Staff Reporter

    December 8, 2017

    A vegan coffee shop here, a Pagliacci’s there, a PCC around the corner. The changes are subtle until they’re not. One day, when you’re waiting for the light rail in front of the Columbia City station, it hits you: Where did all these white people come from? During the past 10 years, Seattle...

    The light rail zips past new apartment buildings in Othello on Nov. 17. The Othello Plaza was one of the first areas to see a change in demographics after the light rail was installed. Property values in the neighborhood have drastically increased since 2009.

    Yen Nguyen

  • Scribner honored at Seahawks game as classroom hero

    Scribner honored at Seahawks game as classroom hero

    Maria Nguyen, Staff Reporter

    December 8, 2017

    Symetra’s “Heroes in the Classroom” award is bestowed upon teachers who go above and beyond in their responsibilities, make a difference in students’ lives and helps students build life skills. Multimedia teacher Teresa Scribner fit the criteria, which prompted one of her former students, Hewan...

    Media teacher Teresa Scribner, right, and Jessica Torvik, a teacher from Nathan Hale, film their introductions to be played during the Seahwaks' game against the Atlanta Falcons on Nov.20. Both Scribner and Torvik were selected as "Heroes in the Classroom" by Symetra.

    Hewan Mengistu

  • The Struggle is real, but so is the pride

    The Struggle is real, but so is the pride

    Sierra Williams, Staff Reporter

    October 16, 2017

    Some athletes choose the high school they’re going to attend solely based off the school’s performance in sports. It’s no secret Rainier Beach creates NBA-caliber players or that O’Dea, Garfield and Bellevue are known for their football programs. There was a time when female hoopers were clamorin...

    Girls soccer co-captains Sibleigh Julander, left, and Shaylah Fernandez watch from the sidelines with assistant coach Kevin Wells on Sept. 19. The team has struggled for several seasons, from sharing uniforms with the boys team to not having a winning season in six years.

    Tina Dang

  • 800,000 immigrants at risk after Trump threatens DACA

    800,000 immigrants at risk after Trump threatens DACA

    Andrew Cornel and Jordan O'Neal

    October 16, 2017

    When President Donald Trump announced he was dismantling the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) act, it sent waves of panic through the undocumented immigrant community. The program, which was instituted by former President Barack Obama, is scheduled to end in four months. In preparation, ...

    Students and adults march from Seattle Central College to Seattle City Hall on Sept. 28 to show their solidarity with DACA recipients and other students who are undocumented immigrants.

    Tina Dang

  • Say My Name

    Say My Name

    Ronnie Estoque, Staff reporter

    May 19, 2017

    Schlekewey. Tanay’E. Bayot. These names all have something in common: They are usually mispronounced. Names play a significant part in one’s identity, oftentimes carrying a family tradition or a piece of cultural heritage. At Cleveland, which is a diverse mixture of students with unique backgro...

    These students know all too well the struggle of having a name that is hard to pronounce or a complicated spelling. But when someone gets it right or works hard to say it correctly, it doesn’t go unnoticed.

    Cleveland Publications staff

Students lead nationwide protests for stricter gun laws
Trump’s suggestion to arm teachers with guns falls on deaf ears
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Sweet revenge

Boys bathrooms locked after continued vandalism

April 17, 2018

Multicultural Night celebrates Cleveland’s diverse community

Multicultural Night celebrates Cleveland’s diverse community

April 17, 2018

Flat Earth aims to be largest club at Cleveland

Flat Earth aims to be largest club at Cleveland

April 17, 2018

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The Journal celebrates Black History Month and the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. A special thanks to Adam Burden's 12th grade Language Arts students...

Winter sports end on a high
  • April brings more than just rain; spring sports underway April 17, 2018
  • Winter Sports Recap February 16, 2018
  • Team managers rack up the service hours February 16, 2018
  • Athletics look to outside donors to fundraise for teams in need December 8, 2017
  • AD adds stricter policies on game-day attendance, rides home December 8, 2017
  • Recruiting process difficult to navigate, even for top-level athletes December 8, 2017
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Recent Sports Scores
  • Wednesday, February 11

    Basketball

    Cleveland 71 - Lakeside Lady Lions 65

  • Saturday, November 1

    Football

    Cleveland 24 - Seattle Prep 25

  • Friday, September 19

    Football

    Cleveland 27 - Foster 26

  • Wednesday, September 10

    Golf

    Cleveland 27 - Bishop Blanchet 140 (estimate)

  • Wednesday, September 10

    Boys Ultimate Frisbee

    Cleveland 8 - Garfield 6

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