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The Spartan Chronicles


The Spartan Chronicles is a print/digital student publication of Seaside High School's Technical Writing Class. Our goal is to write in depth, compelling articles about issues that face the Seaside community.

To view our issues, click the cover of the magazine you want to read.

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Click here to order high quality, full color copies of all of The Spartan Chronicles' issues.

Free copies of the magazine are distributed once a semester to the general public and to students.


December 17th, 2012 - "Seaside High students address tough issues in Spartan Chronicles magazine" - Monterey County Herald

"At a time when school publications seem to have gone the way of budget cuts, with some exceptions, Seaside High is making a statement by launching a magazine. The school had a newspaper in years past, and for White, the magazine is another sign of the much-talked-about school's renewal."

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March 2012 - "The Spartan Chronicles" - Bay Windows

Read our spot in MPUSD's monthly newsletter here.

February 16th, 2012 - "The Email That Made Our Day" - Denison Magazine Online

"That first issue is astounding. Not only has the class given voice to the students and staff in their school, but they’ve tackled very real–and often difficult—issues that high school students face all over the nation....Now, Denison Magazine has won a number of awards in its time, and we’re very proud of those. But I have to say, I’m more proud of the fact that Denison Magazine could have had anything to do with the remarkable work of these students."

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