Seniors devise plan to build automated solar panel cleaner for engineering project March 15, 2017 — by Caitlyn Chen and Claire Rhee When senior Zayne Khouja found out about his Engineering Design and Development class’s final project last semester, he immediately started brainstorming problems that affected the environment and everyday life. After communicating with some of his classmates and narrowing down his options, Khouja decided to join with seniors Kyle France, James Johnston and James Lorenz to tackle the problem of how the efficiency of solar panels decreases by around 30 percent when they are covered in dust and pollen. read more » Junior prom to be held at The GlassHouse March 15, 2017 — by Ashley Feng The 2017 junior prom venue was booked in early May last year by the Class of 2018’s officers, who toured multiple other venues prior to settling on The Glasshouse. read more » Taking a look inside Orre’s millennial classroom March 15, 2017 — by Elaine Fan and David Koh While many teachers incorporate new technology like smart boards and use online resources such as Canvas and e-books, science teacher Kristofer Orre is among the educators who is on the cutting edge with his use of modern technologies such as vodcasts, Twitter and blogs. read more » School to offer State Seal of Biliteracy on diplomas March 11, 2017 — by Michelle Lee and Michael Zhang Starting with this year’s senior class, both Saratoga High School and Los Gatos High School are offering their students a chance to receive the State Seal of Biliteracy on their diplomas. read more » School finally adopts new GPA system for Class of 2020 March 11, 2017 — by Francesca Chu and Michelle Lee After some complications and delays, the school has finally adopted the new GPA system starting this spring semester for the Class of 2020. read more » AP Lang classes welcome Stanford philosopher John Perry March 11, 2017 — by Derek Chen SHS grad helps connect academic with high school students who are studying his works. read more » Career Day cancelled due to scheduling conflicts March 9, 2017 — by David Fan Career day not happening read more » Benefit raises money for special cause March 9, 2017 — by Ashley Feng and Elaine Fan With the bright spotlights shining down on them, model after model strutted down the runway as the audience cheered and cameras flashed. A total of 179 models walked the runway on March 4 — the most in Benefit Fashion Show’s history. What may have not been so obvious was the months of work that went into the 10 seconds of glamour each model experienced. read more » Winterguard gears up for Las Vegas competition after satisfactory regionals performance March 8, 2017 — by Ashley Feng The varsity Winter Guard team tied for fourth place out of five teams and made it to finals with their performance at the Winter Guard International (WGI) Modesto regional competition on Feb. 25 at Enoch High School. read more » Senior creates ‘Hamlet’-themed card deck March 8, 2017 — by Leena Elzeiny and David Fan Senior spends hours on making a card deck for his English teacher. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...139140141142143...150160170180190...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.