The Roar

STEM students host the FIRST LEGO League at SCHS, giving back to the program

Olivia Jones

November 19, 2018


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On Saturday, Nov. 17, Santa Clara High School hosted a qualifying round for the FIRST LEGO League (FLL), attended by 16 middle schools from across Silicon Valley. The event was almost entirely set up and run by SCHS STEM students. “We couldn’t have done it without them,” said event coordinator Nimish...

New Youth Activists Club is determined to create change at SCHS, and in the world

New Youth Activists Club is determined to create change at SCHS, and in the world

Moira O'Hara-Heinz

November 18, 2018


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Corrections: 12/1/18 at 1:13 pm. Graf two, line one: “Kaile” to “Kalie” Protests have long been an American tradition, from the Boston Tea party to the Women’s Marches. But lately, in the aftermath of the Parkland Shooting and the teen-led March for Our Lives movement, teens have been exer...

The Fishing club is doing more than just waiting for their next big catch

Mariam Bachar

November 16, 2018


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If making lasting memories on fishing trips and summer barbecues sounds appealing, the Fishing Club welcomes all fellow SCHS students who share a passion for the outdoors to stop by and join. According to co-president junior Steven Lin, the club’s focus has grown since it’s creation last year, shi...

New ‘Girls Make Games’ club aims to empower women through STEM-based activities

New ‘Girls Make Games’ club aims to empower women through STEM-based activities

Alina Jafri

November 15, 2018


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Junior Nabeha Barkatullah started the first ever Girls Make Games club at SCHS to combine people's love of video games with promoting female involvement in a male-dominant industry. The Girls Make Games organization encourages girls to pursue their interests in the fields of engineering and compu...

SCUSD expects change as a result of the 2018 midterm elections

Ayden Salazar

November 10, 2018


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Last Tuesday, the November midterm elections came to a close, sealing the fate of a number of high-stakes measures and positions that will impact Santa Clara High School and the surrounding community. SCUSD board member Jodi Muirhead was reelected, and Measure W was passed, which issues $698 million in ...

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