Members of the Women in Stem club visit the Google campus in Mountain View.
Students love for singing continues into high school.
Longboarding inconvenience cause student to think outside the box.
12th grader takes part in her last Saratoga idol.
This article explores how students feel about the new SAT.
Students talk about the most recent rally on December 9, 2016.
Students attend various math competitions.
This year winter formal brought many people who had not shown up in previous years.
Students passion for singing continues through highschool.
Commission tries to use suggested ideas.
Just as the Cubs were able to win the World Series against all odds, the Warriors seem to have an advantage this year.
Students discuss the girls' soccer team and their season thus far.
Students talk about the boys' baseball team and thier record thus far.
Falcons win early-season tournament.
Many students want to be able to dunk. This article talks about the people who can.
A recap of the boys soccer season thus far.
Ellen Wu and Carolyn Ma add diversity to the team.
SHSTV covers Mr. Robinson's return, places students went over break, recent weath, and the meaning of murals around campus
SHSTV looks at Humans of SHS, students' special talents, the speech and debate team, this week's weather, and the teacher of the semester
SHSTV covers the school's Move-ember event, happenings in the news, Thanksgiving and the weather.
SHSTV features stories on the fall play, the transition from fall to winter sports, teachers and their babies and Winter Formal.
SHSTV carries stories on seniors and their college apps, weather, World Cafe and current events.
SHSTV covers Halloween and other events from the week.
SHSTV covers the MAP New York Trip, recent weather trends, a controversy surrounding Asian Americans and a Halloween raffle.
SHSTV covers the Question of the Week, does a sports recap and has a feature on student athletes committing to various colleges.
SHSTV looks at changes in the art department, a synchronized swimmer's quest, and the
word of the week.
SHSTV covers the student of the month, reactions to the new iPhone 7 and the recent MAP Speaker Series event
Stories this week include reports on the new tutorial center in the library, the large freshman class, a sports update and a Homecoming promotion.
SHSTV covers the Costa Rica Trip, the new dance PE class, the retirement of school secretary Susan Dini and
new technology on campus.
SHSTV has stories on new teachers, the performance of the choir with the band Foreigner over the summer and comments on the new bell schedule.
The seniors use "Toy Story" as their theme for a spectacular show.
Juniors show us what it takes to live in the scary world of Monster's Inc!
The freshmen class takes us into "A Bug's Life."
Sophomores bring us into the fast paced world of "Cars."
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.
Junior gives humorous tips on getting into an Ivy school from eighth grade till senior year.
Student's should not volunteer just to get the awards.
Senior talks about college admissions, passion, and volunteering.
Grades aren't what they seem
The problem with party culture
Internships may be good for college apps but not so much for your wallet.
Should teachers get tenure?
As they arrive at school in the front parking lot, many visitors immediately notice the intricately detailed mural that adorns the back wall of the Thermond Drama Center. It offers an inside look to the behind-the-scenes preparations of the drama department in the ‘90s: students line cables, paint show props and select costumes.
But behind the artistic snapshot lies a deeper meaning: the mural honors 1996 alumnus Doug Leverich, a deeply involved drama student who lost his battle against leukemia on Nov. 21, 1997.
This article talks about what is it like to be the youngest sibling.
Weird gifts for Christmas
Some classes don't have exam finals
Students talk about marijuana usage on campus and student's experiences with the drug.
Don't know what to do for winter break? Well, we have a list just for you!
School's social media giving a new perspective
Prom makeup more than meets the eye
Being mixed race is becoming more and more normal, and that's a good thing.
'V for Vendetta' has political undertones
Being jolly is harder than is looks.
Animated films carry deeper messages
Junior discusses what it means to be successful.
Playing ukulele becomes juniors favorite past time.
February 17: End of first six-week grading period
February 20: February break begins
March 31: End of second six-week grading period
June 8: Graduation