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Students and faculty share how they are staying active indoors. 
Upper left: Mr. Hren posts his morning stretching and exercise routine. Upper right: Margot Hart ‘22 goes on a hike with her dogs. Lower left: Sydney Scott, ‘22, does Zumba with her sister, incoming freshman Elliot Scott ‘24. Lower right: Ruby Southard, ‘22, follows a Chloe Ting YouTube workout video.

How SHC Stays Active at Home

Margot Hart '22 May 6, 2020

As we near the end of our second month of sheltering in place, The Emerald  has asked students and faculty to reflect on their lives in quarantine. We conducted a general poll of the SHC student body,...

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How Are SHC Students Coping With Quarantine?

Natalie Leong '20 May 4, 2020

During the COVID-19 induced shelter in place, a survey was conducted by The Emerald from April 9 to April 21. There were a total of 298 participants, with approximately an equal number of students from...

Seniors find time to have fun and stay studious in the era of mass quarantine; Photo Credit: Ben Rose '20

The Stolen Semester

Ben Rose ‘20 April 29, 2020

“I just wanted a senior year.” Every time I talk to my friends through Discord, Facetime or Instagram, this phrase inevitably makes an appearance. Seniors are bummed. According to Dr. Cannon, we’re...

Photo Credit: SHC Athletic Department

SHC vs COVID-19: The Fight for the 2020 Bruce Mahoney

Benjamin Cervantez '21 and Ava Brasch '21 April 13, 2020

Ava Brasch ‘21 & Benjamin Cervantez ‘21, Emerald Sports Editors, co-wrote this article.  As many know, over the past few months, an infectious and life-threatening disease known as COVID-19,...

Photo Credit: Ms. Tapia, distance learning featuring Axel Bautista ‘21

Quarantine from the Faculty Perspective: An Interview with Ms. Tapia

Amy La '20, Editor-in-Chief April 5, 2020

As the quarantine continues to extend, many students express discontent and hopelessness. It is not uncommon to hear “This isn’t fair,” or “Why is this happening to us?” in the voices among students....

Photo Credit: Safia Jaleel '21

School Life in Times of Quarantine

Safia Jaleel '21, Copy Editor April 2, 2020

School Life in Times of Quarantine is the first of an ongoing series of articles that will explore how the coronavirus and distance learning have impacted our SHC school community. The novel coronavirus...

Photo Credit: SHC Office of Communication & Marketing

5 Tips for Freshmen

Stella Mullin '22 and Isabel Enriquez '22 March 28, 2020

As the Class of 2024 made their high school decisions last week, we thought it would be an apt time to share some of our favorite advice for incoming freshmen! Tip #1- Play Sports Many SHC students...

An Interview with Nicole Nastari: A New Presence at SHC

An Interview with Nicole Nastari: A New Presence at SHC

Eleda West '21 and Margot Mitchell '21 March 19, 2020

This fall, SHC welcomed a new Associate Dean of Students. Nicole Nastari gained quite the reputation almost immediately, thanks to the most visible parts of her job: enforcing the dress code and managing...

Xanadu.  Photo Credit: Ms. Duffort

2019 Fall Play & 2020 Spring Musical: The Crucible & Xanadu

Abigail McIntire ‘20, SHC News Editor March 15, 2020

Every fall, SHC’s theater department performs a high-quality play with the help of various faculty members such as Mr. Morris and Mr. Mahoney, and the tech crew. This year, SHC showcased the famous...

SHC’s 30th Annual Walkathon: A Record Set

SHC’s 30th Annual Walkathon: A Record Set

“The 30th Annual Walkathon has been great so far! This year we broke a school record for the Early Bird deadline, bringing in over $130,000! This year we have seen a spike in online donations and online...

Spend a Summer at SHCP

Spend a Summer at SHCP

Abigail McIntire '20 July 22, 2019

With exams finally over, the 2018-19 school year came to a sad but much-needed close. The end of the year, however, does not mean the campus has gone quiet一in fact, far from it. Despite school being...

Credit: Kali Hoang

5 Tips to Survive Summer Honors Biology

Kali Hoang '20 June 16, 2019

As summer honors biology kicked off last week, I thought it would be nice to give advice on how to survive this rigorous course. I took this course last summer and am a teacher’s assistant this summer....

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