College Bound: seniors plan to major in product design December 4, 2016 — by Ava Hooman and Ami Nachiappan Senior plans on going into product design read more » Alumni pay visits during college breaks December 4, 2016 — by Muthu Palaniappan and Eileen Toh Alumni come back over the break read more » Nextdoor brings convenience to community December 2, 2016 — by Francesca Chu and Kitty Huang Students talk about the new social network "Nextdoor". read more » Social studies teachers engage classes with dynamic simulations November 30, 2016 — by Andrew Owens and Rahul Vadlakonda Social Studies classes make presentations and projects more interesting through the use of costumes. read more » Accelerated BA/MD and BS/MD programs: a ticket to medical school November 29, 2016 — by Eleanor Goh and Esha Lakhotia Accelerated medical programs provide interested medical students a quicker path through college. read more » Team plans charity work to help underprivileged students November 28, 2016 — by Elizabeth Lee and Kyle Wang Having finished their last major competitions for the 2016 school year, the speech and debate team, led by junior co-presidents Ayush Aggarwal and Divya Rallabandi, has entered the early stages of planning volunteering events. The team has historically focused on competitions — this is the first time that it has shifted its attention to charity. read more » Cuttlefish wins early competition November 28, 2016 — by Leena Elzeiny and Michelle Lee The Cuttlefish, one of four First Tech Challenge teams the school has this year, turned their hours of design, coding and construction into an 18-inch-by-18 inch robot during a competition at Sequoia High on Nov. 6. They were accompanied by the three other fish-themed SHS teams, Team Jellyfish, Team Cuttlefish and Team Betafish. read more » In Palo Alto district, discussion heats up over GPA boost for Honors and AP classes November 28, 2016 — by Caitlyn Chen and Michelle Lee At Palo Alto High School, the Class of 2017 has the choice of submitting through Common Apps their weighted or unweighted GPAs. But it was brought to the school board’s attention that having weighted GPAs might increase stress levels, as APs and Honors grades are reported on a 5.0 scale. read more » Incumbents retain school board positions November 28, 2016 — by Michelle Lee Of the four candidates who ran for a Los Gatos-Saratoga Union High School District Board position at the High School level, incumbents Rosemary Rossi and Katherine Tseng filled the two available positions, winning 30.4 percent and 30.1 percent of the votes respectively. Saratoga parent Ron Jones got 21.8 percent and Los Gatos parent Kyle Park received 17.6 percent. read more » Formal to be held at San Jose Country Club November 28, 2016 — by Harshini Ramaswamy Dance Commissioners share details about this year's Winter Formal Dance. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...152153154155156...160170180190200...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2024 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.