ASB officers for 2023-24 school year announced March 20, 2023 — by Victoria Lin and Zack Zhang The announcement was made on March 14. read more » Boys’ volleyball focuses on improved teamwork to help performances March 17, 2023 — by Andrew Lin and Victoria Lin Despite a rocky start, the team’s improved chemistry gives them hope. read more » Despite integrating inexperienced players, softball’s team chemistry remains strong March 17, 2023 — by Natalie Chua and Victoria Lin The softball team started off strong with a win against Leigh High. read more » Percy Jackson: not as good as nostalgia might make it March 13, 2023 — by Sam Bai and Victoria Lin You’re going to read it in your free time anyways. read more » Opinion: Harvard and Yale Law Schools’ decisions to drop out of U.S. News ranking merely symbolic March 13, 2023 — by Victoria Lin The two decided that the U.S. News rankings do not align with their principles. read more » Here’s some electives advice from a junior who’s taken a bunch of them February 27, 2023 — by Victoria Lin A brief review of some electives that can be taken throughout all four years of high school. read more » Girls’ soccer fights uphill battle in De Anza League February 8, 2023 — by Victoria Lin and Isabelle Wang To adjust to playing in a higher division, the Falcons changed their formations to have a stronger defense. read more » Boys’ soccer encounters hiccups but gears up for a comeback January 31, 2023 — by Victoria Lin and Daniel Wu Although the boys’ soccer team met unfavorable conditions, players have maintained high spirits and trained rigorously in hopes of seizing victory in upcoming matches. read more » The singles empowerment movement: How to enjoy Valentine’s Day alone January 26, 2023 — by Victoria Lin We may be single, but we can be single together :). read more » How do students spend their money? January 22, 2023 — by Sam Bai and Victoria Lin A deep dive into which luxury or entertainment items students like to spend their money on in comparison to previous generations’ spending habits. read more » AP art history class completes Sacred Space project December 5, 2022 — by Victoria Lin Students investigated sacred spaces through raps, cookbooks and slideshows. read more » Inktober proves to be a daunting challenge December 5, 2022 — by Sam Bai and Victoria Lin Drawing something different every day for a month sounds easy; it isn’t. read more » Girls’ tennis closes out season 11-3 November 22, 2022 — by Alexander Kan and Victoria Lin The girls’ tennis team placed third in the El Camino League. read more » Season preview: Boys’ soccer aims to use teamwork to make up for lack of returning juniors November 18, 2022 — by Victoria Lin and Daniel Wu The boys’ soccer team struggles to make up for a lack of players. read more » Preview: Girls’ soccer struggles to fill positions after loss of graduated players November 17, 2022 — by Victoria Lin and Isabelle Wang After moving up to the De Anza League, the team expects a tough season to come. read more » Senior who loves crocheting makes bags, sweaters, stuffed animals and more November 16, 2022 — by Victoria Lin and Jonny Luo Senior Miranda Yee has made several stuffed animals, bags and more to help her relax. read more » Top 10 isms November 9, 2022 — by Victoria Lin From Talisman to Journalism: the best “ism” definitions you’ve ever heard. read more » Having a common name poses a minor burden November 7, 2022 — by Victoria Lin Sharing a name with two other people in the same grade has its ups and downs. read more » Girls’ tennis: Falcons have mixed results in quest to return to De Anza September 30, 2022 — by Hannah Lee and Victoria Lin The girls’ tennis team hopes to boost team morale and improve skills for a successful season. read more » School joins National School Lunch Program September 29, 2022 — by Sam Bai and Victoria Lin Following the new state legislature, SHS is required to provide free breakfast and lunch starting this school year. read more » Drama program prepares for fall play ‘The Crucible’ September 24, 2022 — by Andrew Lin and Victoria Lin The play, written by Arthur Miller, is in the historical fiction genre and depicts the Salem witch trials. read more » Good tap water: a privilege to be enjoyed September 24, 2022 — by Victoria Lin and Annie Liu It’s the OG. It’s a classic. Bow down to the clean water that comes out of your faucet. read more » Visuals by Victoria January 26, 2023: The singles empowerment movement: How to enjoy Valentine’s Day alone Chocolate, hearts, cats and your math homework. December 5, 2022: Inktober proves to be a daunting challenge Day 2: Skurry. Victoria: A tiny rat scurries across the floor in search of cheese, “sneaky sneaky.” Sam: A youtuber named Skurry fights the final boss from the indie game Hollow Knight. September 29, 2022: School joins National School Lunch Program The long line of students waiting to enter the cafeteria extends all the way to the student center. Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.