Staff editorial: Schedule should be more flexible for lunchtime events September 23, 2016 — by Falcon Staff New bell schedule may not provide enough time for performances during Homecoming and special events. read more » Planned rolling block schedule shows promise for the future March 6, 2015 — by the third-period Falcon staff After years of discussion about a possible switch to a full block schedule, the school recently made the decision to switch to the format in the 2016-2017. read more » Audrie Pott Foundation launches petition to expel boys involved in assault February 23, 2015 — by Falcon Staff A change.org petition has garnered thousands of signatures read more » Career Day beneficial to students, but some presenters need more guidance January 22, 2015 — by third-period Falcon staff While Career Day can help provide students with new options and perspectives, it’s not always as useful as it could be. A lack of student interest and dull presentations can render the day a waste of time. read more » ‘Blurred Lines’ not a red flag for rape September 10, 2014 — by Falcon staff Singer Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” has stirred controversy since the song’s release in March 2013. His upbeat and catchy single quickly topped charts worldwide, was nominated for prestigious awards and lavished fame upon the artist; nevertheless, popularity comes with a price. Critics accused Thicke of promoting rape in both his music video and lyrics. read more » Reported fire in boys’ bathroom on Dec. 11 December 12, 2013 — by Falcon Staff At roughly 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 11, students reported seeing a fire in the bathroom across from English teacher Michael Kim’s room, 706. read more » Power outage caused by tree falling onto power line across from Saratoga High School; electricity restored for some November 19, 2013 — by Falcon Staff Power outage caused by tree falling onto power line across from Saratoga High School; electricity restored for some. read more » School may be cancelled, though unlikely November 19, 2013 — by Falcon Staff School may be cancelled, though unlikely, according to assistant principal Kerry Mohnike. read more » Staff editorial: Humanities need love too April 4, 2012 — by Saratoga Falcon staff With several options available in the math and science departments, students can choose classes that best fit their needs. Yet for students who are interested in the humanities, these options are limited. read more » Older sibling eases freshman’s transition into high school September 9, 2011 — by Falcon Staff Report Freshmen students’ first days of high school are often fraught with anxiety and apprehension as they do not know what to expect of their classes, teachers or fellow students. Freshman Rachel Hull, however, has an edge over her peers: her older sister, senior Sarah Hull, has already told her everything she needs to know about high school. read more » Staff editorial: Fence falls short of enhancing parking lot safety December 19, 2010 — by third-period Falcon staff In recent weeks, students walking onto campus from the parking lot may have noticed a curious new obstacle—a black railed fence obstructing their path. The fence extends across the the division between the parking spaces and drop-off area in order to force students to walk around it and, theoretically, through the white pedestrian walkways before crossing into the school. read more » ‘Kids who hate Saratoga’ should stop bashing, start appreciating April 3, 2008 — by Falcon Staff The general feeling among many Saratoga students regarding the school’s competitive nature, exemplified by a Facebook group called “Saratoga Kids Who Hate Saratoga” targeting both the school and the city, has once again brought to the forefront the question of whether SHS is too academically oriented for its own good. read more » Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.