Few participate in Senior Ditch Day due to in-class projects May 31, 2015 — by Deepthi Sampathkumar The notorious Senior Ditch Day — usually the first regular day after Senior Prom — is a day seniors treat themselves to. But not so much this year on Tuesday, May 26. Many seniors were forced to stay at school due to their class schedules and activities that they couldn’t miss. read more » Mount leaving SHS to pursue other interests May 27, 2015 — by Emily Chen and Ami Nachiappan Assistant principal Kevin Mount has decided to step down from his position at the end of this year, citing unhappiness with nature of the work. read more » Singers, dancers, poets and magicians show their stuff at ‘Toga’s Got Talent’ May 23, 2015 — by Vibha Seshadri The annual senior class sponsored show, “Toga’s Got Talent”went well and garnered an audience of about 100 people to support all the acts. read more » MAP teacher will teach at Mitty next year May 22, 2015 — by David Fan and Jason Zhao After six years at the school, Media Arts Program teacher Cathy Leather will leave this fall to teach at Archbishop Mitty High School. read more » STEM buff has a go at humanities and likes it May 21, 2015 — by Melissa Magner and Oksana Trifonova Junior Nate Ney’s interests span beyond simply just STEM courses and activities, and recently he has become more involved in humanity-related activities like History Bowl — an involvement that has inspired him to expand his comfort zone. read more » Falcons sweep Physics Bowl May 21, 2015 — by Helen Chen The school’s Physics Bowl team placed first in the nation among Division 1 teams in the annual Physics Bowl with an overall score of 140, nine points higher than Gilford High School, the second place team from Connecticut. read more » Grad Night celebrates seniors May 21, 2015 — by Larissa Chiu and Tiffany Zheng The quad will be transformed on June 4 when the Class of 2015 will say goodbye at a Grad Night that will include casino-style games, henna, air tattoos, massages, a senior video and other surprises. The night’s theme will be unveiled on that day. read more » Choir, orchestra, band celebrate end of year with concerts May 21, 2015 — by Claire Chou and Gwynevere Hunger The first of three year-end music concerts opened with a performance by the Concert and Chamber Choirs in the McAfee Theater on the evening of May 8 and continued in succession from there. read more » ASB, Marshburn make new leadership rule to include more students May 20, 2015 — by Eileen Toh To give more students a chance to participate in student government, the ASB and activities director Rebeca Marshburn have decided not to allow students to take on more than one leadership position in next year’s commissions, class office and ASB. read more » Tutoring club offers a helping hand May 20, 2015 — by Emily Chen and Katherine Sun The Helping Hands Club was founded by senior Rohit Rao and 2014 graduate Eric Taw in 2013 to provide students with assistance in any subject. Tutors meet every other Wednesday in room 410. The club uses an online form that allows students to request help, and from there, Rao assigns tutors. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...188189190191192...200210220230240...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.