Canyon Crest Academy holds special event at The Nest

Garrett Boyd, Olivia Moceri

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The Nest, located at Canyon Crest Academy, is the first student-run campus café in the San Dieguito High School District.

A special event was recently held at The Nest to bring in customers and introduce people to Boba — the latest fad beverage on the West Coast. Boba from Tapioca Express was served featuring four flavors: Thai, Mango, Strawberry and Tapioca. The following bands also played music at the event: Nostalgic People, New Year, Basil’s Kite and Flooded. Photos: Jon Clark

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  4. Canyon Crest Academy’s Dollars for Scholars ‘Used Media and Book Sale’ is March 4-5
  5. Another stellar show line-up coming to Canyon Crest Academy’s Envision Theater

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