Senior Mag 2023: Seniors suffer from chronic tardiness June 6, 2023 — by Jonathan Si and Stephanie Sun Could be fatal. read more » Senior Mag 2023: Seniors cross borders for new educational opportunities June 6, 2023 — by Jonathan Si International schools offer students new skills, unique experiences and an introduction to a brand new culture. read more » An unexpected partner in crime April 5, 2023 — by Jonathan Si Don Quixote — but instead of fighting windmills it’s ants in my bathroom. read more » MAP students film promotional video for SHS Foundation March 28, 2023 — by Jonathan Si and Stephanie Sun Junior Kai Otsuka and senior Miranda Yee filmed and edited the video seeking to raise awareness for the SHS Foundation. read more » Season preview: Despite less participation, softball team hopes to return to CCS February 10, 2023 — by Jonathan Si The team is ramping up their practice for their first game on March 7, though some players are still occupied with winter sports. read more » District drops Twitter usage as hate speech increases following Musk’s takeover November 30, 2022 — by Jonathan Si After the rise in hate speech on Twitter and its clash with district values, families are encouraged to follow the district on Facebook, Instagram, ParentSquare and LinkedIn. read more » Cameras installed around campus sports allow families to watch games virtually November 16, 2022 — by Jonathan Si and Stephanie Sun The cameras are artificial-intelligence based and are installed in the lower field and gym, enabling the school to offer live-streamed sports coverage. read more » Downtown Starbucks closes its doors October 21, 2022 — by Atrey Desai, Jonathan Si and Andy Zhu The students said that the nearby Argonaut location will see more students and downtown generally will see fewer students as a result of the closure. read more » Subs fill in for history and math teachers on leave October 19, 2022 — by Nikhil Mathihalli, Nilay Mishra and Jonathan Si After history teacher Margarita Morelle left for the rest of the fall semester, substitute Chris Rasmussen will now teach AP U.S. History and History in Film while retired longtime teacher Kim Anzalone will teach AP U.S. History. read more » APUSH students compete at the 2022 National History Day State Finals in Sacramento May 22, 2022 — by Shannon Ma and Jonathan Si One group out of 60 APUSH students who attended NHD-CA State Finals in Rocklin will advance to the NHD National Finals in June read more » Swimmers take on CCS, advance to finals May 22, 2022 — by Avani Kongetira and Jonathan Si After 2 years of canceled CCS, the swim team finally gets to go to the tournament read more » School sees rise in COVID cases May 18, 2022 — by Jonathan Si Students are advised to take extra precautions to combat increased close contacts. read more » Riot’s ‘Arcane’ delivers a storyline enjoyable for any audience January 18, 2022 — by Christopher Chen and Jonathan Si Arcane earns its critical acclaim from its intricate plot, well-made characters, and incredible visuals and music read more » Struggling through school half-asleep October 22, 2021 — by Jonathan Si Why sleep when you can take periodic naps throughout the day? read more » Chess champion Andrew Hong earns elite grandmaster title October 19, 2021 — by Christina Chang and Jonathan Si The junior is one of only 100 grandmasters in the U.S. read more » Those who opted out of sports relish their return September 17, 2021 — by Jonathan Si and Minsui Tang This year after the pandemic, students are returning to sports though it may be more difficult than normal. read more » Secret Sky digital music festival features creative and flashy sets June 5, 2021 — by Christopher Chen and Jonathan Si The festival follows the release of Porter Robinson’s second album “Nurture.” read more » Spring sports dilemmas: Previous one-sport-rule prompted students to make tough choices about what to play May 25, 2021 — by Jonathan Si and Minsui Tang Sophomore Paolo Navarro faced a difficult decision of picking between the soccer and football team, both of which he was a part of during his freshman year. read more » ‘The Line Tender’: A heartfelt and personal journey March 1, 2021 — by Jonathan Si An exceptionally written novel that captures the readers’ hearts swiftly in the beginning read more » Top 10 ways to prepare yourself for Daylight Savings February 11, 2021 — by Jonathan Si Expert tips for making it to class on time. read more » Social studies courses need changes to combat growing ethnic divisions January 11, 2021 — by Christopher Chen and Jonathan Si An ethnic studies course should be required due to its necessity and relevance to the modern issues read more » Future of Grad Night for Class of 2021 remains unknown November 12, 2020 — by Jonathan Si and Minsui Tang Parent coordinators and school administrators hope to create a safe alternative for traditional senior meetup. read more » COVID-19 causes difficulty in finding volunteer opportunities November 5, 2020 — by Jonathan Si Students search for different volunteering activities to replace canceled ones read more » Student overcomes struggle to stay fit in quarantine November 3, 2020 — by Viraaj Reddi and Jonathan Si Freshman Mitchell Chen used a dedicated exercise plan to move past his initial difficulties with remaining fit during quarantine read more » Chadwick Boseman: the hero we never deserved September 17, 2020 — by Shaan Sridhar and Jonathan Si Boseman may have passed away, but his legacy will live on forever. read more » Visuals by Jonathan April 5, 2023: An unexpected partner in crime February 10, 2023: Season preview: Despite less participation, softball team hopes to return to CCS Junior Caitlin Weber prepares to bat in a scrimmage during practices on Feb. 9. November 16, 2022: Cameras installed around campus sports allow families to watch games virtually A Pixellot camera installed at the lower field. May 22, 2022: APUSH students compete at the 2022 National History Day State Finals in Sacramento May 22, 2022: Swimmers take on CCS, advance to finals Sophomore Victoria Le and Senior Mahi Ravi kickboard next to each other during practice. June 5, 2021: Secret Sky digital music festival features creative and flashy sets On April 24, 2021 between 12 and 8:15 p.m., the digital festival Secret Sky was streamed on various platforms such as YouTube, Twitch, Oculus VR etc. Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2024 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.