The marching band kicked off its season by taking home a handful of awards at the Cupertino Tournament of Bands on Oct. 11 with an ambitious new show.
Sophomore Aarushi Lakhotia excels in squash, a little-known indoor racquet sport.
Senior Samuel Chung flies first person view (FPV) home-made quadcopters.
Twenty-five Marine Biology and AP Biology students will study the wildlife at the Catalina Island Marine Institute during a three-day field trip from Jan. 16-18. This is the first year the school has offered the trip to the island 65 miles off the coast near Los Angeles, though Los Gatos High School has been offering it for many years.
As seniors hit the peak of college application season, some are applying to more than 20 schools.
The drama department will be hosting its latest student production, Tennessee Williams's “A Streetcar Named Desire,” directed by senior Bridgette Olson in the Thermond Drama Center the weekend before Thanksgiving break.
Among 4,428 applicants who submitted 1,780 research reports or engineering projects for the annual Siemens competition, seniors Agastya Gupta and Deepti Kannan were named among the 300 semifinalists.
As juniors look to build their senior-year schedule, they often run into a problem: Most of the available math classes are AP. Students often must choose between AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC and AP Statistics.
The Class of 2016’s Nickelodeon-themed Quad Day delivered a solid performance filled with eccentric show characters and impressive dances.
In a near 50-minute performance filled with fast-paced dances and familiar Disney remixes and inside jokes, the Class of 2015 delivered an impressive (and nostalgic) Disney Channel-themed Quad Day to conclude the five-day Homecoming week celebration on Oct 24.
Sophomore Aarushi Lakhotia excels in the little known game of squash.
Sophomore fencer Eric Pei recounts his experiences of how he rose in the world of fencing.
FootGolf is a trend being played at golf courses nationwide. A precision sport, FootGolf requires players try to kick a soccer ball into a proportionally sized hole in as few shots as possible. It is essentially golf played with a soccer ball instead of a golf ball.
The cross country team began the season with consistent improvements during its first three meets.
Following a 7-0 win at home against Los Gatos on Oct. 2, the team prepared for the first annual Battle of the Bay tournament in which Central Coast Section (CCS) teams competed against those of the North Coast Section (NCS). Though the tournament was held at several different schools in the Bay Area, Saratoga played at home along with fellow CCS school St. Francis High.
After sustaining several losses, the boys’ varsity water polo season is off to a rough start with a league record of 1-4.
This year is senior Alvin Kim’s first year playing football at a high school level. As a senior rookie on varsity, Kim has already had impressive performances against both Hillsdale and Santa Clara as both linebacker and running back.
The Internet is not just a teeming pool of information for us to feed off of; it chips away at our mind’s capacities for contemplation and attention. Consequently, we zip along the surface of the its information.
Proposals from school boards to whitewash the American history curriculum have returned, stirring protest and outrage among community members in Colorado’s Jefferson County near Denver. In response to College Board’s new AP U.S. History course, which now consists of a far more detailed account of the Native American struggle and campaigns like the Civil Rights Movement, the new proposition calls for a more positive rendition of history.
On Sept. 19, Apple released the iPhone 6 worldwide — the company’s newest product in its “making things bigger and smaller and bigger again but not that big” progression.
Despite Apple’s new upgrades, it has too many drawbacks to be worth the $300 for 16GB.
Fear of vaccination has gripped the United States. The fear is irrational and the problems of restraining from vaccinations is far greater than the risks vaccinations pose.
It seems as if the words “download,” “charger” and “app” have become words in every 3-year-old’s vocabulary.
Too often, at Saratoga High and other schools that emphasize STEM fields, students who declare their intentions to major in the humanities evoke instant derision.
Whether it be forcing the student to study with them every night or excessively checking Aeries, high levels of parent involvement undoubtedly result in negative consequences, hindering the child’s independence.
Students discuss their Catholic faith and its impact on their lives.
Students discuss different aspects of being Jewish.
Marvel and DC are the top comic book companies in the U.S.
Freshman Austin Shi follows a much different path than his older brother, junior Sean Shi.
Freshman Angela Lee sews her own clothing, often inspired by designs on Polyvore, an online fashion community.
Reporter describes navigating the fandom community on Tumblr, a popular blogging site.
Reporter reviews Aquis Cal-Mex, a Mexican food restaurant located on S. De Anza Blvd in Cupertino.
Reporter discusses not having a Facebook account.
Yes, it’s the beginning of fall, and yes, it’s the norm for students to don shorts. But when the cold gusts of winter begin to sweep away the leaves of autumn, I stay true to my collection of shorts.
Reporter reminisces about watching the horror movie "The Conjuring."
Reporter recounts his experience with fantasy football.
Reporter reflects on her trip to Africa.
Reporter reflects on the ups and downs of being biracial.
Reporter attemps to talk like Youtube character Miranda Sings for a day.
November 2: Daylight savings ends
November 11: Veterans Day - No School