The Emerald

A Walk To Remember

Nick Lee '14, Guest Writer

November 12, 2012

On Saturday, October 20th, 2012, the members of S.P.A.R.K., or Students Promoting Awareness Raises Knowledge, took part in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. Within the weeks before the walk, SPARK held a bake sale, sold pink t-shirts (shown in the picture on the right), and receive...

Moustache Month

Joseph Stableford '15, Multimedia Editor

November 9, 2012

It is the full-lipped glory of Mustache Month! For those clean-shaven novices, Mustache Month is a four-week long charity drive where men are encouraged to sprout lip hair for money. Unfortunately, due to conflicts with dress code at SHC, the Mustache Month has become a rather quiet affair. In order...

The Fresh Council of SHC

Aaron Lou '13, SHC News Editor

October 3, 2012

Last week, the student council had their first class council meeting. This meeting included the introduction of the freshman council to the other class councils. Each of the new students had energetic faces as I took their picture, and I can only imagine that they’re excited to bring some new ideas...

Let’s Talk Walkathon

Caroline Hsiao '15 and Charlene Louie '15 and Charlene Louie '15

October 1, 2012

Woo Hoo SHCP! This year’s Walkathon was awesome! If you didn’t know, which every student at SHC should, the money we raised through this annual fundraiser is exclusively for us. With this money, the school will be purchasing new equipment for the weight room, providing  scholarships, and many mor...

Hey, I Just Met You… Can You Donate Money?

Aaron Lou '13, SHC News Editor

September 13, 2012

There comes a time when that certain magic of Walkathon fades…however, the excitement never does. Complete with a shiny new video and a live performance from not only the Student Council, but also Mr. Aringo and Nico Valle-Umagat ’13, this year’s Walkathon started off with a bang. Can I get a ...

Fun at the Fair

Fun at the Fair

Joe Stableford '15, Multimedia Editor

September 10, 2012

Last week, SHC had its annual Activity Fair. The Activity Fair is SHC’s way of showing off all the clubs and groups that exist within the SHC student community. All of our clubs were ready to go on Tuesday, as they started advertising their clubs with everything they had. (Special props go to Polly ...

Check Out Sports Medicine Club!

Christine Lim '13, Guest Writer

May 14, 2012

Watch out SHCP! Interested in pursuing a path in Sports Medicine, a field in medicine, or, just curious? Want to become CPR, AED (the automated external defibrillator) and First Aid Certified? Then the Sports Medicine Club is perfect and just right for you! Mr. Melero, the head athletic trainer and the...

Water: A Necessity for All Human Beings

Water: A Necessity for All Human Beings

Aaron Plantz '12, Guest Writer

March 10, 2012

As a country, the United States wastes more water than any other country in the world.  We are spoiled; we take almost everything for granted, most especially water. San Francisco's tap water comes from Yosemite National Park and is so clean, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) does not require ...

Student Appreciation Day

Student Appreciation Day

Bernice Wong 13', Co-Art and Leisure Editor

February 12, 2012

Happy Student Appreciation Day SHCP! It’s Student Appreciation Day here at SHCP, and to celebrate this momentous and rightly-deserved occasion Mr. Sazo allowed the student body to wear free dress. Yes, that’s right. Not modified dress, but free dress. We students understand that the difference ...

Red Cross on Campus

Red Cross on Campus

Christine Lim '13, Guest Writer

December 14, 2011

Attention students! Earlier this year, junior Nika Toulinova introduced to SHCP its newest club: the Red Cross Club. Although it may be new, numerous achievements have already been made. From the Blood Drive, to the Earthquake Drill, and to the Holiday Mail for Heroes, its most recent activity, the club...

“I Am Proud To Be An Italian American”

“I Am Proud To Be An Italian American”

Marissa Wong '14, Guest Writer

December 6, 2011

Angelina Ragusa and Gabriella Firpo participated in the Italian Heritage Parade on October 12, 2011 representing their Italian culture. Along their journey to becoming princesses in the Parade they discover more of whom they are and what being Italian is all about. In exciting interviews with Gabriella...

SHCP’s 2011 Fall Play: To Kill A Mockingbird

Iris Wu'14, Copy Editor

October 29, 2011

Listen up all you lovers of theater, drama enthusiasts, and literary fanatics! Mark your calendars because SHCP's fall play is coming to town. This year's performance is based on Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, a story set in the early 1930s in the fictional town of Maycomb, Alabama. This southern...

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