Nguyen to depart SHS after more than a decade May 29, 2019 — by Jeffrey Ma, Elaine Toh and Ananya Vadlakonda English teacher opts to move back to home state to be closer to family, elderly mother read more » Community rallies to help math teacher after 200-foot tree destroys her home during a mountain rainstorm March 26, 2019 — by Anishi Patel and Ananya Vadlakonda The Mantle family evacuates, assesses damage, moves housing and accepts support after their house is destroyed. read more » It’s traumatizing being the younger one March 8, 2019 — by Alekhya Vadlakonda and Ananya Vadlakonda Two sisters share their experiences as the younger siblings in the family. read more » School changes fees and donations policy to comply with the law January 31, 2019 — by Shama Gupta and Ananya Vadlakonda Statewide legislations ban mandatory fees for school-related actitives, forcing campus organizations to turn toward donations instead. read more » As new student center approaches completion, school looks to other projects January 30, 2019 — by Elaine Toh and Ananya Vadlakonda School is left with $17 million left in the Measure E fund, to explore with other projects. read more » Flipping burgers for bucks? Not so much these days December 10, 2018 — by Andrew Lee and Ananya Vadlakonda More teens spurn traditional fast-food jobs. read more » Lugo’s Intermediate PE class strays from established CrossFit-based curriculum October 18, 2018 — by Alekhya Vadlakonda and Ananya Vadlakonda Students are doing more games like pickleball and more running. read more » Upcoming 15th season should be the final one for ABC’s ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ September 24, 2018 — by Ananya Vadlakonda Preview on final season of ABC’s ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ read more » Administration implements new hall rules in effort to stop JUULing on campus September 10, 2018 — by Ananya Vadlakonda and Christine Zhang Students face stricter rules on campus regarding the use of cell phones during class and bathroom policies. read more » As teen JUULing culture proliferates, administrators take steps to curb addictive habit May 9, 2018 — by Elaine Toh and Ananya Vadlakonda Reporters discuss recent trend of "JUULing" and the administrations' attempts to fight it. read more » Buen apetito : Kirk’s hungry May 4, 2018 — by Anishi Patel and Ananya Vadlakonda Kirk's struggles with a lack of lunch tables. read more » Student starts fundraising effort to help math teacher’s wife March 20, 2018 — by Elaine Toh and Ananya Vadlakonda Undiagnosed diseases prevent math teacher's wife from traveling and pursuing passion for the outdoors. read more » Fourteen students participate in Synopsys Science Fair March 20, 2018 — by Ananya Vadlakonda Science fair offers opportunities for students to explore science beyond classrooms. read more » School plans to use remaining Measure E funds for additional renovations, but a new gym won’t be among them March 15, 2018 — by Elaine Toh and Ananya Vadlakonda School allocation of Measure E funds to renovate and modernize buildings fell short in improving sports facilities. read more » #MeToo movement inspires girl to share her experience March 13, 2018 — by Krithi Sankar and Ananya Vadlakonda Sexual assault is finally entering the spotlight after decades of being overlooked. Following the growth of the #MeToo movement, one junior recalls her experience with sexual assault. read more » Work on new Student Center in 800 wing begins January 29, 2018 — by Elaine Toh and Ananya Vadlakonda New student and wellness center anticipated to be completed by 2019. read more » Enrollment rises at LG but remains steady at SHS January 25, 2018 — by Anishi Patel and Ananya Vadlakonda Growth of housing developments in Los Gatos leads to larger class sizes at LGHS and high housing prices in Saratoga deters increase in student enrollment. read more » How to enjoy Valentine’s Day January 18, 2018 — by Ananya Vadlakonda and Annisa Mu Just because you're single doesn't mean you shouldn't be allowed to have fun on a day targeted towards couples. Here are 6 ways you can take advantage of your singleness this Valnetine's day. read more » Fed by ‘Hamilton,’ enthusiasm for Broadway musicals spreads November 29, 2017 — by Kaylene Morrison and Ananya Vadlakonda Musical numbers from Mary Poppins echoed off the walls in the theater. Sophomore Marly Feigin, then just 5 years old, was starstruck. read more » Physics teacher earns legendary status November 28, 2017 — by Elaine Toh and Ananya Vadlakonda Physics teacher utilizes anecdotes, labs, and traditions to enliven and engage students. read more » SHS hosts coin drive for school destroyed by North Bay fires November 28, 2017 — by Anishi Patel and Ananya Vadlakonda Leadership class helps garner support from students for coin drive. read more » Fed by ‘Hamilton,’ enthusiasm for Broadway musicals spreads November 27, 2017 — by Kaylene Morrison and Ananya Vadlakonda Sophomore details her experiences with watching live musicals and the messages they convey. read more » Longtime Saratoga residents reflect on its modernization November 16, 2017 — by Jayne Zhou and Ananya Vadlakonda After decades of moving to Saratoga, Nancy Parden-Badgett and Jim Parden see a dramatic shift in Saratoga's "small town" feel. read more » New registrar chose career in education after long tech career October 19, 2017 — by Sandhya Sundaram and Ananya Vadlakonda New-registrar adjusts to new position after 25 years in engineering, marketing, and management. read more » School offers aid to North Bay wildfire victims October 18, 2017 — by Anishi Patel and Ananya Vadlakonda To help the evacuees, the Leadership class held a donation drive on Oct. 11-12. The goal was to collect as many basic necessities as possible, such as clothing, canned foods, water, toiletries, blankets and school supplies. read more » Petty theft on campus affects students October 13, 2017 — by Ananya Vadlakonda and Anishi Patel Despite Saratoga High’s well-deserved reputation as a school with little crime, students over the years have occasionally found their belongings missing. read more » Long-time librarian Heyman recounts journey to SHS October 12, 2017 — by Ananya Vadlakonda Librarian Kevin Heyman aims to increase student information access through collaboration with teachers. read more » Rally commission introduces trophy, point system September 5, 2017 — by Elaine Toh and Ananya Vadlakonda Winning class will keep the trophy until the next rally. read more » Popularity leads to expansion of tutoring center with new resources September 1, 2017 — by Ananya Vadlakonda and Elaine Toh Revamped tutoring center can accommodate and provide services to more students after expansion. read more » New math teacher transitions to new job September 1, 2017 — by Anna Novoselov and Ananya Vadlakonda New math teacher accustoms to new surroundings and gets to know students. read more » Low enrollment leads to dance fitness-intermediate PE merger August 31, 2017 — by Ananya Vadlakonda and Lina Kim PE class changes to accommodate dance fitness. read more » Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. 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