ASB elections run smoothly with biggest turnout in history March 18, 2022 — by Tiffany Wang The new ASB will be composed of juniors Mason Wang as president, Julian Berkowitz-Sklar as vice president, Anand Agrawal as treasurer, Avani Kongetira as clubs commissioner and sophomore Taylor Chu as secretary. read more » Facing low participation, underclassmen-heavy team remains underdog in league March 18, 2022 — by Andy Chen and Tiffany Wang After a disappointing season, some current seniors have decided against joining the team. read more » The Weeknd’s fifth album, ‘Dawn FM,’ embodies his versatility as a musician February 28, 2022 — by Arnav Swamy and Tiffany Wang With its unorthodox composure, catchy dance beats and complex, personal meaning, "Dawn FM" is the height of The Weeknd’s musical potential. read more » Boys’ soccer finds early league success January 21, 2022 — by Annie Liu, Nikhil Mathihalli and Tiffany Wang The Falcons are hopeful for the upcoming season due to the addition of many strong underclassmen joining the team. read more » Boys’ soccer looks forward to a promising season November 19, 2021 — by Tiffany Wang and Annie Liu Saddled with a compatible head coach and team composed of majority returning players, the team is confident about this year’s season, harboring high hopes for CCS. read more » Tales of being bad at ‘Valorant’ November 16, 2021 — by Tiffany Wang Due to my extremely old computer, I’m always the first one to die in the game. read more » Freshman class officers selected through interviews, not an election September 14, 2021 — by Esther Luan and Tiffany Wang Due to time constraints, ASB forgoes traditional freshman class officer election process in favor of interviews. read more » Performance activism can be a cop out without meaningful change June 5, 2021 — by Harshini Velchamy and Tiffany Wang Bringing awareness without providing specific ways to take action leaves issues the same as it was before. read more » Girls’ soccer places first in league May 21, 2021 — by Tiffany Wang Due to a drop to the lower league and hard work, the girls’ soccer team had a very successful season. read more » Gluttonous duo rates Girl Scout cookies March 26, 2021 — by Andy Chen and Tiffany Wang Don’t try this at home, for the sake of your wallet and your dentist’s sanity read more » Girls’ soccer aims to rebuild in a short season March 12, 2021 — by Tiffany Wang After dropping divisions and having two major injuries last season, the team expects much better results read more » Swimming kicks off first meet virtually March 12, 2021 — by Jonathan Li and Tiffany Wang Digital swim meets -- they're awkward, cumbersome, and absolutely a product of the times. Nonetheless, the swim team presses forward into the upcoming modified season. read more » District plans to begin reopening schools with Phase 3A and Phase 3B March 9, 2021 — by Christina Chang and Tiffany Wang As the county’s cases drop, the school plans to switch into a hybrid model and have in-person classes in cohorts. read more » Attempting to make dragon’s beard candy turned into a sticky mess February 6, 2021 — by Bill Yuan and Tiffany Wang Reporters try making cotton candy using a traditional chinese hand-pulling technique. read more » Art Club gains higher participation online December 15, 2020 — by Carolyn Wang and Tiffany Wang Art Club pursues more ambitious projects with the help of new members. read more » Easy fixes to decrease holiday waste December 5, 2020 — by Tiffany Wang If it’s going to end up in the landfill soon, don’t buy it. read more » Wii sports made my arms very strong October 25, 2020 — by Tiffany Wang After months of quarantine-induced laziness, I tried playing Wii sports to get back into exercising. read more » Revive school spirit through Minecraft September 5, 2020 — by Tiffany Wang The school should create a Minecraft server where students can go to play minigames and compete for their class. read more » New English teacher brings experiences from sailing academy August 29, 2020 — by Selina Chen and Tiffany Wang English 10, 10 MAP and 11 Honors teacher Marcos Cortez looks forward to forming connections with his students. read more » Students find alternatives to in-person recruitment during the shelter-in-place May 21, 2020 — by Tiffany Wang As the coronavirus has halted all traveling and campuses are closed, athletes are stressing over their recruitment plan read more » School ramps up security for online meetings May 14, 2020 — by Tiffany Wang After multiple incidents of vandalization of online class, the school has used different methods to make sure it doesn’t happen again. read more » Yes, celebrities, even you should follow social distancing guidelines May 13, 2020 — by Tiffany Wang While most celebrities are social distancing and helping essential workers during this time, some have been setting a bad example. read more » Staff, students adjust plans in light of school closure April 16, 2020 — by Harshini Velchamy and Tiffany Wang As school remains closed for the rest of the year, staff and students adapt to a virtual world read more » Gen Z teens should not be blamed for addiction to phones April 1, 2020 — by Ethan Lin and Tiffany Wang Although older generations accuse our generation of being too attached to phones, this is only because of our upbringing, and there are in fact lots of positives that come with screen usage read more » School adjusts to post-coronavirus reality March 13, 2020 — by Esther Luan, Harshini Velchamy and Tiffany Wang The impacts of the coronavirus on the school become more evident as policies change to fit the changing situation read more » Sophomore takes on the runway March 9, 2020 — by Esther Luan and Tiffany Wang Sophomore Kristina Meier details experiences modeling for runways and photoshoots. read more » Falcons see huge success in All-League honors, but fall in second round of CCS March 9, 2020 — by Tiffany Wang After the team’s loss, they look forward to improving and doing better next year. read more » Freshman discovers passion for running March 9, 2020 — by Angelina Chen and Tiffany Wang Freshman Elsa Blom joins the cross country team after doing it for one year in sixth grade, becoming one of the fastest girls on the team. read more » Celebrity documentaries reveal hidden struggles March 5, 2020 — by Harshini Velchamy and Tiffany Wang Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber’s new documentaries on Netflix and YouTube increase transparency for problems that are little understood. read more » Boys’ basketball: Falcons look to rebound after tough start to league season January 29, 2020 — by Benjamin Li and Tiffany Wang Despite lack of leadership, team works hard to play consistently. read more » Despite having some high-performing districts, California gets a C- in education January 28, 2020 — by Ethan Lin and Tiffany Wang Although the Bay Area is known for its top schools, California consistently receives low marks in national education rankings read more » Wrestlers recommended to not cut weight January 28, 2020 — by Brandon Wang and Tiffany Wang Wrestling coaches at Saratoga High don’t recommend aggressive weight loss because of the dangers involved read more » TOP 10 list: the best of the past decade January 17, 2020 — by Esther Luan and Tiffany Wang Counting down the best moments from each year of the decade read more » Dance team performs with teachers November 22, 2019 — by Manasi Garg and Tiffany Wang Dance team prepares for upcoming competition season and fundraising show read more » Boys’ basketball: With many returning players, Falcons gear up to challenge league’s best November 22, 2019 — by Benjamin Li and Tiffany Wang Team had more bonding activities to increase trust and unity between members. read more » Students participate in stock investment competitions November 21, 2019 — by Apurva Chakravarthy and Tiffany Wang Contests teach teams how to take risks and understand the stock market to make the most money and develop the best strategy. read more » Winter formal should be moved to January November 20, 2019 — by Tiffany Wang Winter formal in January would lead to less stress for students and dance commission. read more » Clubs take advantage of social media to advertise November 20, 2019 — by Andy Chen and Tiffany Wang Student-run clubs and organizations disregard physical advertising in favor of spreading awareness on social media read more » Moshi Monsters is more boring than I remembered November 18, 2019 — by Tiffany Wang Revisiting my favorite game from my childhood relives many memories, but game seems pointless. read more » World geography curriculum should include more modern history November 18, 2019 — by Andy Chen and Tiffany Wang To better prepare students for current political situations, the school should better reflect modern events when teaching geography. read more » Top 10 Ways to be Thankful November 15, 2019 — by Tiffany Wang and Anouk Yeh This says something about the story that is new and different from the headline. read more » Clueless cooking: how to bake a pumpkin pie November 15, 2019 — by Harshini Velchamy and Tiffany Wang Two amateur bakers try to make a dessert without any knowledge of how it’s actually made. read more » Lessons learned from teachers and staff November 15, 2019 — by Anouk Yeh and Tiffany Wang Adults on campus share the wisdom they’ve gained to students. read more » Athletic director struggles to find and keep good long-term coaches October 28, 2019 — by Harshini Velchamy & Tiffany Wang Lugo prefers on-campus coaches, but most sports have off-campus coaches read more » Senior spends summer pursuing fashion interest October 28, 2019 — by Tiffany Wang Senior Nicole Chen’s style is very unique, and she attended Parsons for a course on sewing and construction. read more » School asks Confessions page to adopt new name and logo October 28, 2019 — by Tiffany Wang The administration does not want the school linked to the page. read more » Administration seeks to curb vaping through policy changes October 17, 2019 — by Marisa Kingsley and Tiffany Wang With the hospital cases linked to vaping, the school has started to spread more awareness about the medical implications of vaping. read more » K-pop idol auditions not taken seriously October 14, 2019 — by Esther Luan and Tiffany Wang Many people dream of becoming idols, but when presented with the chance, they say no. read more » 2 staff members depart school September 24, 2019 — by Harshini Velchamy and Tiffany Wang Administrative assistant Sarah Christeson and campus supervisor Jeanine Sevilla to leave Saratoga by the end of September. read more » Granoff brings enthusiasm to his English classes September 11, 2019 — by Angelina Chen and Tiffany Wang New AP Language Arts and English 10 teacher Matt Granoff looks forward to interacting with students in and out of the classroom. read more » Social media: Is it enough to post about causes? September 11, 2019 — by Harshini Velchamy and Tiffany Wang Social media spreads awareness about issues, but does it directly help? read more » Dance team adjusts to new coach and larger team September 9, 2019 — by Manasi Garg and Tiffany Wang Dance team prepares for the upcoming season with many new changes read more » Visuals by Tiffany September 14, 2021: Freshman class officers selected through interviews, not an election Freshman ASB officers pose for a photo, ready for the coming year. April 10, 2020: A postponed in-person graduation is the optimal choice for seniors Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.