The Emerald

The Executive Review

Enya Maher '14, Staff Writer

March 19, 2014

Wow, the 2013-2014 school year has gone by fast! It seems like just yesterday I was writing an article for The Emerald introducing myself. Now, with the year nearly over I think it’s a good time to reflect on student council’s successes and some of our unfulfilled promises. I am most proud of the e...

Mysteries of the Fourth Floor

Joe Stableford '15, Media Editor

November 19, 2013

When I ventured to the fourth floor for the first time in three months, I was greatly surprised to find a hallway. While there was nothing terribly unusual about there being a hallway, this particular hallway was a) blue, and b) running through an area that had previously been occupied by a wall. Natu...

I2 Program Launches Its Pilot Year

Natalie Escobar '14

October 11, 2013

Before Chris Sauvageau ‘17 even entered SHC as an official freshman, Dr. Ramsey Musallam gave him a Bunsen burner, toothpicks, five kinds of salt, and told him to play with fire. Sauvageau, along with a group of incoming freshmen, met over the summer in the second-floor science lab to make different-col...

Score 1 for the Irish!

Joe Stableford '15, Staff Writer

October 11, 2013

Last year, a new system was unveiled at SHC. Every time student ambassadors hosted guests, formerly known as “shadows”,  they were given an Irish Point. If they collected enough of these points, they received prizes. Sadly, the system didn’t function as planned. There was no way of keeping trac...

I2 Program Launches Its Pilot Year

Natalie Escobar '14, Staff Writer

October 11, 2013

Before Chris Sauvageau ‘17 even entered SHC as an official freshman, Dr. Ramsey Musallam gave him a Bunsen burner, toothpicks, five kinds of salt, and told him to play with fire. Sauvageau, along with a group of incoming freshmen, met over the summer in the second-floor science lab to make different-col...

Enterprise for High School Students

Enterprise for High School Students

Kyara Bolanos '14, Arts and Leisure Editor

October 11, 2013

One of the many non-profit youth programs outside of SHC, Enterprise for High School Students (EHSS) offers students a chance to develop skills and experience needed for the work force. From writing resumes to going through mock interviews through their Pathways Program, EHSS strives to stimulate stud...

Serve it Up 2013

Ashlie Jow '15

October 10, 2013

Fall Play Auditions — The Experience

Celida Moran ‘16 and Mia Medina ‘16

October 10, 2013

“During the auditions, everyone already knows the scene before hand,” said actress Mary Shay McWeeney ‘15. “When you first go in, you get to choose who you audition with and try to make the scene as natural as possible.” This year’s auditions involved a “morning scene”, in which actors pla...

It’s that time of the year again. WHOO-HOO!

Ekaterina Lavroushina Clark’16, Staff Writer and Celida Moran '16, Staff Writer

September 23, 2013

WHOO HOOO!!!! Every morning homeroom, Ms. Alex Goldberg rallies SHC students with the trademark catchphrase of the annual Walkathon fundraiser. This enthusiasm coupled with the student body’s determination pushes SHC toward improved science facilities, an updated theater and an expanded weight room. Last year, students raised a record $209,294.94 in walka...

Your Awareness SPARK’s here!

Julia Cruz '14, Staff Writer and Samantha Panganiban '14, Staff Writer

September 15, 2013

Now that the new school year has arrived, S.P.A.R.K. Club is ready for its second year of inspiring and enacting change. Last year, Melissa Bautista ‘14 founded the club with Rosario Macahilas ‘14. S.P.A.R.K club raises students’ awareness about different diseases, especially Breast Cancer and Diabetes. Since last year, the club has successfully...

SHC’s First Lip Dub!

SHC’s First Lip Dub!

May 3, 2013

Our school's very first lip dub! With the songs "Save Me, San Francisco" and "I Gotta Feeling"!

A Way To SPARK Your Interest

A Way To SPARK Your Interest

Marissa Wong '14, Ekaterina Clark '16, SHC News Editor, Staff Writer

December 7, 2012

Are you passionate about raising awareness about diseases and how they affect our society? S.P.A.R.K. (Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge) is the new club at SHC that can quench your thirst for more insight on all of these illnesses! Within SPARK Club, there are forty members, including...

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