The Nov. 7 contest was the cultimation for months of hard work for the more than 200 members of the marching band.
The Falcon has won the Pacemaker award by the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) for 2014-2015 in the broadsheet category for newspapers of 17 or more pages for the second consecutive year.
Freshman Simran Mallik is an active member of the Make-A-Wish Young Professionals Advisory Council Jr. Team. She has teamed up with Acts of Random Kindness (ARK) Club this holiday season to host a Letters to Santa fundraiser.
Senior Saro Acharya completes his early applications.
The 64-acre Saratoga Quarry Park, located at the base of the Santa Cruz Mountains, was officially opened to the public by the city of Saratoga on Oct. 31.
In the challenge, participants forecast a fashion trend for the fall and winter seasons.
The Jazz Band performed “Billie's Bounce” by Charlie Parker, “Recordame” by Joe Henderson, and “Oleo” by Sonny Rollins at a music festival at West Valley College on Nov. 6.
If you’re looking for some wit, humor and romance to keep you entertained on a Saturday night, watch “Pride and Prejudice” at 7:30 p.m. in the McAfee Center.
Junior Daniel Doluca and his interest of snowboarding.
Reporter, originally tennis player, attempts to play badminton
The Falcons lost twice to a talented Wildcat team this year but pulled through when it counted most: CCS.
After a difficult season last year with a record of 5-9-4 in the El Camino Division, the boys’ soccer team is looking to make a name for itself as the winter season kicks off on Dec. 1 with a game against Los Gatos.
Football team loses to De Anza upper league front runner Milpitas, ends season with victory over Fremont
The boys’ fast times led them to win CCS in Division III, advancing them to the state meet for the second straight year.
The team will now compete in the state meet Nov. 28.
Winter formal promo, Turkey Up Your Teacher, Carolgrams, Block Schedule Update, Football Wrapup
SHSTV examines the college application process, fall sports, and Measure E progress
SHSTV looks at a recent sock drive in honor of a Mitty student, does an interview with the mayor of Saratoga, announces the student of the month and asks students what they will be for Halloween.
SHSTV covers Homecoming week, spirit days, a new coffee shop downtown and a freshman who can solve the Rubik's Cube in under 10 seconds.
The broadcast features Homecoming coverage as well as stories on field hockey and the Saratoga Veterinary Hospital.
SHSTV covers the upcoming Homecoming week as well as the Oct. 9 home football game vs. rival Los Gatos.
Jarod Kim, Sabrina Clark, Mary Maccoun
Michelle Lee, Michelle Koo
Nicole Chang, Eleanor Goh, Rotem Shaked
Club Day Recap - Jennifer Chen, Sabrina Clark, William Chen
Month in a Minute - Luke Salin
Student of the Month - Jennifer Chen
Sports Recap - Mary Maccoun, Max Lisovsky, Anuj Changavi, Jarod Kim
Word of the Week - Saro Archaya, Alexander Propach, Lei Otsuka
Jennifer Chen, Derek Chen
Eleanor Goh, William Chen, Nicole Chang, Alexander Propach, Lei Otsuka
Jennifer Chen, Kyle Wang
Word of the Week
Second Harvest Food Bank Promo
SHSTV brings you a sports segment, rally coverage, political opinions and word of the week.
SHSTV takes a look at the outdoor anti-bullying assembly that took place Wednesday, Sept. 2, and construction on campus as the school year begins.
In the first broadcast of the 2015-2016 school year, SHSTV reveals Homecoming themes and takes a look back at the all-school BBQ and Movie Night.
Watch the seniors take us to a galaxy far far away in their homecoming quad day on Oct. 16, 2015
Check out our amazing teachers dance for their homecoming quad day on Oct. 12, 2015.
Watch how the freshmen dive into the lost city of Atlantis on Oct. 13, 2015
Watch how the sophomores takes us to the Hundred Acre Woods on Oct 14
SHSTV shows how the juniors brought Neverland to life in their Quad Day on Oct. 15.
14 years after 9/11, the terrorist attack on Paris, France, has the world once again fighting against a group of radicals who claim to defend truth and freedom.
The petition by a parent says students lack opportunities to take physics as underclassmen and are consequently limited in the amount of exposure they can have with the subject by the end of high school.
The faux-Mexican food chain has seen a number of E. coli and salmonella outbreaks in the last couple of months, raising major public health concerns across the nation- but no cause for alarm.
On Oct. 31, the Cal math department made the formal decision not to renew the contract of math lecturer Alexander Coward.
Why Donald Trump is the most independent candidate in the 2016 presidential election.
Too often, women are on guard around one another, and it’s exhausting for both the famed and the public.
China’s outdated one-child policy, instituted by the Communist Party in 1980, was rightfully ended by the Chinese government on Oct. 29. Chinese couples are now allowed to have two children.
The exchange has been hosted every year since 2009 by the popular online forum Reddit, and currently holds the world record as the “Largest online Secret Santa game.” The system matches two people who have signed up beforehand, so that participants end up playing Santa for their Santa.
While many may pity Christmas babies for having their birthday on the biggest holiday of the year, senior Cole Petters has always loved having his birthday on Christmas, especially since it focuses on two of his favorite things: gifts and family.
Junior Anya Herne, now a model for the local agency HMM Halvorson, has realized that modeling is much tougher than it appears.
Sophomore Ania Kranz delves into her talent of makeup.
Zach Grob-Lipkis and his family are Jewish, meaning that his holiday season centers around Hanukkah, the eight-day festival of lights.
Reporter explores Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Saturday Night Live’s Nov. 7 showing, hosted by Donald Trump, fell far short of the program’s usual high standards.
Reporter tries geocaching.
Unfortunately, the mentality to not use medicine doesn’t always work, especially for a malady such as hives.
Reporter discusses the problems with snowboarding.
The 2015 NBA champs seem to have reached an unprecedented level of dominance over the rest of the league this season.
Though it may sound surprising, I’ve never experienced the stereotypical American Thanksgiving. Instead, my Thanksgiving table features barbecue pork rather than turkey, steamed rice rather than mashed potatoes and tiramisu rather than pumpkin pie.
Reporter tries to avoid all mirrors for a week.
It wouldn’t be too far of a stretch to say that I live at Chromatic Coffee in San Jose. After alumnus Anshul Aggarwal showed me the café early last summer, it feels as if I’ve spent more time there than with my family at home.
December 1: Orchestra Concert (7 PM - 10 PM)
December 3: Winter Band Concert
December 4: Saratoga Idol
December 5: Marching Band Los Gatos Holiday Parade
December 5: Winter Formal