Students pioneer Youth Econ Initiative April 3, 2020 — by Jonathan Li and Howard Tang Inspired by No App Maker Left Behind, the club strives to provide students across the country with the opportunity to pursue economics read more » Poet laureate Mighty Mike McGee visits Poetry Club, Creative Writing class December 15, 2019 — by Howard Tang Local slam poet urges students to keep poetry in their lives. read more » Falcon to win Crown Award from Columbia Scholastic Press Association in hybrid category December 9, 2019 — by Howard Tang School newspaper judged nationally as a top publication by international student press association read more » Teachers should leverage TA talents, not ignore them September 20, 2019 — by Howard Tang TAs have big brains; don’t treat them as (office) monkeys. read more » ASB purchases skateboard racks, installment date to be set September 19, 2019 — by Howard Tang More students have been using them this year read more » Boys’ golf advances to state tourney in historic season June 3, 2019 — by Howard Tang and Alex Wang After beating out Bellarmine and Stevenson to place third at NorCals, the Falcons qualified for the states tournament on May 29. read more » Golfers advance to state tourney for first time May 29, 2019 — by Howard Tang and Alex Wang After beating out Bellarmine and Stevenson to place third at NorCals, the Falcons qualified for the states tournament on May 29. read more » Due to dip in funds, sports teams look for other ways to raise money April 3, 2019 — by Jun Lee and Howard Tang Sport teams find their own way to fundraise money to afford their equipments and transportation fees due to school athletics deficit of $80,000 read more » Soundings revamped with web version and more issues April 2, 2019 — by Howard Tang Literary and art magazine delves into the intricacies of students’ work. read more » Golf team zeroes in on league title April 1, 2019 — by Kevin Sze and Howard Tang After a tough loss to Cupertino at home, the boys look to finish the season on a winning streak read more » Students revive Artificial Intelligence club February 25, 2019 — by Howard Tang New projects bring in interested members. read more » Dozens participate in prestigious math competition February 14, 2019 — by Howard Tang Students attempt to score high and advance up the ranks of the annual AMC read more » Few changes from last season give golf team hope to excel February 14, 2019 — by Kevin Sze and Howard Tang Strong players remain on team and expect wins read more » Con: Coding shouldn’t be taught early February 12, 2019 — by Howard Tang Mandatory coding classes would ruin some students' education by forcing them to take a class they're not interested in. read more » Rowers reach respected ranks through tireless toil and persevering past pain December 12, 2018 — by Howard Tang Students often have a road to college scholarships through the demanding sport. read more » Speak Up for Change week theme to be Escaping the Mask We Live In December 12, 2018 — by Howard Tang Outreach commision organizes SUFC to address students’ insecurities. read more » Senior pursues wearable tech startup to help bike riders October 30, 2018 — by Howard Tang Senior Rohan Pandey's product Pulse gives directions to bike riders via vibrations, producing a safer way to navigate the city. read more » Outreach commission works to enrich school environment October 29, 2018 — by Howard Tang and Aaria Thomas The outreach commision's responsibilities include creating a personal experience during Speak Up for Change, organizing school awareness events, and worked with Community Based Instruction (CBI) students to put on a Halloween dance. read more » Veteran teachers adjust to new classrooms September 24, 2018 — by Nitya Marimuthu and Howard Tang Teachers become accustomed to new classrooms. read more » Juniors win hackathon by developing environmental app September 22, 2018 — by Howard Tang Juniors come up on top during Hackathon competition. read more » College Board fails to amend its own mistakes September 17, 2018 — by Howard Tang Reporter criticizes College Boards's unfair policies read more » Class of 2018 valedictorian, salutatorian announced May 25, 2018 — by Howard Tang The two top students in the senior class have GPAs above 4.8. read more » H-1B visa allows immigrants to stay and thrive in the U.S. May 25, 2018 — by Howard Tang and Jeffrey Xu Immigrants discuss their experiences in recieving H-1B visas. read more » Students excel in math and physics competitions May 23, 2018 — by David Koh and Howard Tang Students participate in prestigious Math and Physics Olympiads. read more » Boys’ tennis: Team suffers disappointing defeat in second round of CCS May 9, 2018 — by Mathew Luo and Howard Tang Boy's Tennis suffers defeat to end season. read more » Siemens’s ending should not discourage students May 7, 2018 — by Howard Tang Reporter argues that the end of Siemens is not the end of the world. read more » Team tries to rebuild itself after key losses April 1, 2018 — by Mathew Luo and Howard Tang The match against Monta Vista was a closer one than the final score indicated, with Stefan Meier having a tough loss to a Monta Vista senior. read more » Teachers encourage second semester seniors to stay focused March 29, 2018 — by Howard Tang To try and prevent the frightening possibility of getting rescinding from colleges from becoming real, some teachers have come up with ways to try and convince seniors to keep up with their work and stay engaged in class. read more » Facebook’s Instant Games amass popularity over years March 15, 2018 — by Amy Tang and Howard Tang Facebook games provide entertainment and competition for teenangers. read more » Daylight saving an inconvenience, but students persevere March 15, 2018 — by Howard Tang Students reveal the obstacles daylight savings creates for them. read more » Actress decides to pursue theater in college after participating in unique plays January 25, 2018 — by Mathew Luo and Howard Tang Senior Hannah Yoon avidly pursues her passion toward theater, which she plans to major in college. read more » Bay Area figure skaters achieve success in Winter Olympics January 25, 2018 — by Elaine Sun and Howard Tang Internationally ranked coaches in the Bay Area prepare students to represent the US at the upcoming winter olympics. read more » Junior recounts his involvement in Bitcoin craze January 25, 2018 — by Howard Tang and Callia Yuan Despite the recent craze over bitcoin, the process of mining makes it hard to balance costs and profits. read more » Sophomore: wise fool January 19, 2018 — by Howard Tang Sophomore reflects on being suspended in an unsignificant high school year read more » The Humans behind HOSH: Facebook page shares student stories November 29, 2017 — by Howard Tang Humans of Saratoga High (HOSH), which was started in 2013 by Class of 2016 alumnus Luke Salin and several others and has gained 2,365 followers since then, is currently run by four upperclassmen. read more » Junior spends free time creating music November 27, 2017 — by David Koh and Howard Tang Junior learns to balance his passion for music with other extracurricular activities. read more » Students should suffer consequences for drinking November 16, 2017 — by Howard Tang Colleges should maintain punishments for drinking alcohol to discourage students read more » PSA’s October 17, 2017 — by Connie Liang, Sandhya Sundaram, Howard Tang, Elaine Toh, Rahul Vadlakonda, Reporters share their pet peeves at school. read more » Library experiences decline with physical books October 17, 2017 — by Mathew Luo and Howard Tang Despite a lack of student interest in physical resources, librarians work hard to maintain their collection of books. read more » Volunteer student cashiers adjust to unfamiliar work in cafeteria October 12, 2017 — by Howard Tang Students take up shifts in the cafeteria to increase volunteer commitments and social connections. read more » Color blindness an inconvenience, not a disability October 11, 2017 — by Howard Tang and Vivien Zhang Students share the ups and downs of colorblindness and how it impacts their lives. read more » Freshman 15 September 1, 2017 — by Sanjana Melkote, Kaylene Morrison, Howard Tang, Amy Tang, and Alex Wang Meet 15 freshmen and learn about their interests and experiences. read more » Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. 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