The Emerald

The Skirt Is Back

Emma Halls '18, Staff Writer

September 30, 2015

More and more girls at SHC are bringing the skirt back into style. From wearing converse to boots, from wearing jackets to cute knitted sweaters, girls at SHC are now finding all sorts of ways to dress up the skirts, while wearing their everyday look.   There are four skirts sold by Dennis Uniform and Lands End that will help expand girls’ school wardrobe.   First, there is the blackwatch plaid-box pleat, a cute navy blue skirt with a green plaid...

Was Buster Worth Body Armor?

Max Chan '16, Sports Editor

September 29, 2015

As students returned for a new year at Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep, they were pleasantly surprised by an oh-so-familiar face - that of 2012 National League MVP and three-time World Series champion Buster Posey. The San Francisco Giants catcher appeared at a “back to school” assembly that featured ...

The Beta Schedule

Bailey Lanman '16, Features editor

March 20, 2015

Ever since I was a freshman I have dreaded green days, but, for the first time in three years, SHC is trying out a new schedule for one month. When I first heard about this new schedule I loved the idea of every class on Monday, then white and blue days for the rest of the week. As the first week of...

Christmas Around the World

Celida Moran '16 and Mia Medina

December 5, 2014

Traveling through Africa, touring the Netherlands, and dancing through Cuba, this year the SHC Chorus will take their audiences on a fantastic trip across the globe in their new winter concert, “Christmas Around the World”. The audience will be able to experience a variety of cultures as they he...

SHC Kairos X

Samantha Rebitz '15

October 16, 2014

The SHC Kairos X family returns to Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory! When students came back from Kairos X on Friday, September 12, the SHC community gave them an exciting welcome back. They were on retreat from Wednesday morning, September 10 to Friday evening, September 12. These retreats presented...

Irish For a Day, Irish For Life

Sofia Montenegro '16, Guest Writer

October 16, 2014

36 hours. That’s how long it took for SHC’s Irish for a Day Program to fill up this year on September 3rd.  Hundreds of eighth graders and their parents across the Bay Area registered online, filling up the the popular program and its 700 available spots. Compared to last year, the ambassador...

A Fresh Concert

Arpi Deirmendjian '16, Guest Writer

May 29, 2014

On Thursday, May 1st and on Friday, May 2nd, in the Sister Caroline Collins Theater at Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep, a group of over 200 singers and dancers took the stage to perform one of the most enchanting performances in school history, a program titled: A Disney Concert. I had the opportunity to int...

What is…Theology of Service

Lauren Padron '14, Staff Writer

March 19, 2014

Do you enjoy volunteering and giving back to your community? Are you interested in doing service once a week and taking a break from traditional learning inside a classroom? Then the Theology of Service class is the class for you! The Theology of Service class is a senior elective that can fill the religion cl...

Remember This? A look back as we look forward to the next SHC chorus concert!

Krystal Cheng '14 and Lauren Padron '14, Staff Writers

March 19, 2014

Heaven and Earth- SHC’s Winter Chorus Concert Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! The SHC Chorus Winter Concert outdid themselves once again in this year’s performance! This year, the theme of our concert was “Heaven & Earth”, as directed by our very own Chorus Director Christian Bohm. ...

Things You Should Know About Kiva!

Charles Herndon '14 and Eugene Shekhtman '14, Staff Writers

March 19, 2014

During the past two years, the word "Kiva" has been buzzing around the SHC campus. What is it? What does SHC have to do with it? We hope to address questions and concerns you may have about Kiva. Kiva was inspired by Muhamad Yunus, a Bangladeshian who invented microcredit and spearheaded the microloan m...

Habitat for Humanity at SHC: It’s Not Just about Building a House

Celida Moran '16, Staff Writer

March 19, 2014

Mission Statement: Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Saving the planet through Big Green, healing players in Sports Medicine club, spreading news through the Emerald; so many great things are accomplished in SHC’...

New Year, New Change, New Sacred Heart Cathedral President

Celida Moran’16 and Ekaterina Lavroushina Clark‘16, Staff Writers

March 19, 2014

The student body has a bright school year ahead, with all the new changes that have been made this year - from BYOD the renovated science classrooms with updated facilities - but, along with these new improvements, a surprising change will come upon SHC’s hierarchy, as school President Mr. Scudder ...

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