Hello! The BullETin Magazine is a student run magazine dedicated to bringing El Toro relevant news to our school community. Feel free to search this website for current information regarding joining Journalism at El Toro High School as well as to view current and past publications.

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Contact Mrs. McCluskey at briana.mccluskey@svusd.org 

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Meet Our Staff: 


Editor-In-Chief and Design Editor 

Emily, 12

Promo and Instagram Editor  

Lily, 11

Sports Editor

Melissa, 12

Photography and Features Editor

Maya, 11

Features Editor 

Ryenn, 12 


Amanda, 12

Isabella, 11

Ellie, 11

Jay, 11

Mari, 11

Aaminah, 11 

Gaby, 10 

Sophie, 9 

Amulya, 9 

Elia, 9 

Natalie, 9

Lolo, 9 

Nathan, 9

Not Show: Phin, 9

Mission Statement: 

The BullETin Magazine is a publication committed to informing, educating and entertaining the students and staff of El Toro High School, so that they may formulate their own opinions and views on local and national issues. 

The BullETIn seeks to uphold the standards of ethics and professionalism set forth by the society of professional journalism. 

The BullETin recognizes its right to exercise freedom of speech and of the press, as guaranteed by California Education Code 48907, where it’s stated that these rights may not be restrained except in the case that materials published under their publication are deemed obscene, libelous, or slanderous. 

“Pupils of the public schools, including charter schools, shall have the right to exercise freedom of speech and of the press including, but not limited to, the use of bulletin boards, the distribution of printed materials or petitions, the wearing of buttons, badges, and other insignia, and the right of expressions in official publications, whether or not the publications or other means of expression are supported financially by the school or by use of school facilities, except that expression shall be prohibited which is obscene, libelous, or slanderous.” -California Student Free Expression LAw, Cal. EDC § 48907 (1997). 

The views and opinions published in The BullETin are not necessarily those of El Toro High School or the Saddleback Valley Unified School District.