Interview-based story that reaches out to former Falcon editor-in-chiefs to inquire about how their experiences have stayed with them and influenced them.
Senior sisters finally get to play a team sport together for a season.
Reporter explores "Cash me ousside" and the world of facebook memes.
With the bright spotlights shining down on them, model after model strutted down the runway as the audience cheered and cameras flashed. A total of 179 models walked the runway on March 4 — the most in Benefit Fashion Show’s history. What may have not been so obvious was the months of work that went into the 10 seconds of glamour each model experienced.
SHS grad helps connect academic with high school students who are studying his works.
The event was so popular that organizers ran out of food.
Winter percussion looks for a better future.
Club hopes to have another succesful fundraiser.
Junior creates a club where students can speak freely and learn about religion.
The school has seen a large increase in students trying their hand at the United States of America Computing Olympiad (USACO), a rigorous online computer science competition.
Because of the implementation of Common Core standards at Redwood Middle School, the new grade level math class for incoming freshmen is now Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Algebra instead of the previous standard of Geometry or Geometry Enriched.
Annual Club Rush event aids to fund numerous clubs.
Link Crew leaders reconnected with dozens of freshmen during a rootbeer social on March 23 in the quad.
Boys put all their effort into playoffs as league tournament draws closer.
Boy's volleyball looks toward a better future.
The swimming team rely more on freshman and sophomore swimmers after losing alumnus.
Veteran basketball coach steps down.
Badminton team does well in season thus far.
School spirit extremely strong decades ago.
Freshman Alex Taylor discusses her love for skiing.
SHSTV covers the workers in the cafeteria, current events, weather, sports and the pet of the week. Also, there is a Lip Dub Promo.
SHSTV covers the Spanish Trip to Mexico, March Madness basketball, lunchtime activities, and pet of the week. It also offers a promo for Lip Dub.
SHSTV has stories on the Indian Culture Awareness Club/Bombay in the Bay, the Benefit fashion show and recent sports games
SHSTV covers the student of the month and promos for Jazz Cab and the Benefit Fashion Show.
SHSTV has segments on Mr. Saratoga, students who have been best friends, a blind date for Valentine's Day and behind the scenes of broadcasts.
This week, SHSTV has stories on the wrestling team, the "Murder Room" student production, teacher and coach Mike Davey and Meaure E construction.
SHSTV asks students: what needs to be fixed at the school? It explores the difficulties of getting to school on Highway 17 for teachers and staff and what the weather will be next week. Finally, it has a Bombay in the Bay preview.
SHSTV covers Mr. Robinson's return, places students went over break, recent weath, and the meaning of murals around campus
SHSTV looks at Humans of SHS, students' special talents, the speech and debate team, this week's weather, and the teacher of the semester
SHSTV covers the school's Move-ember event, happenings in the news, Thanksgiving and the weather.
SHSTV features stories on the fall play, the transition from fall to winter sports, teachers and their babies and Winter Formal.
SHSTV carries stories on seniors and their college apps, weather, World Cafe and current events.
SHSTV covers Halloween and other events from the week.
The seniors use "Toy Story" as their theme for a spectacular show.
Juniors show us what it takes to live in the scary world of Monster's Inc!
The freshmen class takes us into "A Bug's Life."
Sophomores bring us into the fast paced world of "Cars."
Watch the seniors take us to a galaxy far far away in their homecoming quad day on Oct. 16, 2015
Check out our amazing teachers dance for their homecoming quad day on Oct. 12, 2015.
Watch how the freshmen dive into the lost city of Atlantis on Oct. 13, 2015
Watch how the sophomores takes us to the Hundred Acre Woods on Oct 14
SHSTV shows how the juniors brought Neverland to life in their Quad Day on Oct. 15.
GOP should stick with Obamacare.
Sophomore believes that the English department shoud include more non-fiction books.
Sophomore talks about the problem of having one best friend.
Indians targeted mistakenly under Trump's administration reveals falw with society.
Interschool collaboration ineffective.
Private elementary schools a scam.
Buying club clothes is not an effective way of using money raised.
Q&A with Saratoga's Mayor, Emily Lo.
Campus conservatives exist despite liberal enviorment.
The school introduces a new fundraiser on Pi Day.
Jazz Cararet event unites community.
Saratoga downtown changes throughout the years.
Class offices decide to sell at powerpuff instead of club rush in order to get funding.
Drama ruled as unrealistic.
Sadies name change not bringing in more sales.
Junior wears makeup without a mirror.
Junior loses friends.
Senior reflects on the high school social experience.
Juniors try their hands at acapella singing.
Junior recalls her prank call adventures.
Sophomores share experience trying to sneak into R-rated movie: "Ted 2."
March 31: End of second six-week grading period
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