Survey reveals racial gap on campus

In January, almost 85 percent of San Marin students completed the Youth Truth Survey for the second year in a row. This online survey obtains student ratings in a variety of categories in order to gain a better understanding of students’ experiences on campus. The six categories ranked included Engagement, Academic Rigor, Relationships, Belonging &… Continue reading Survey reveals racial gap on campus

Survey reveals racial gap on campus

In January, almost 85 percent of San Marin students completed the Youth Truth Survey for the second year in a row. This online survey obtains student ratings in a variety of categories in order to gain a better understanding of students’ experiences on campus. The six categories ranked included Engagement, Academic Rigor, Relationships, Belonging &… Continue reading Survey reveals racial gap on campus

Situation at the Border: The facts

President Donald Trump has discussed building a wall on the border between the United States and Mexico since his presidential campaign in 2016. Since then, the Trump administration has attempted to tighten security and reduce the number of people who cross the border illegally in multiple ways, including stricter policies and the deployment of active-duty… Continue reading Situation at the Border: The facts

Situation at the Border: Our view

America currently faces a debate over what this country is, the values it represents and the principles it stands for. It is true that President Donald Trump’s intentions to strengthen national security and improve the quality of life for Americans are founded on good faith. It is also true that depriving people, victims who fled… Continue reading Situation at the Border: Our view

San Marin awaits approval to turn on field lights

(Liz King) San Marin High School will be a brighter place once the construction of the stadium lights is completed. Construction of San Marin’s new field lights officially began on September 10, 2018 and is on track to finish by the end of 2018. As of November 26, 2018, the San Marin Lights Project had… Continue reading San Marin awaits approval to turn on field lights

New academic scholarship remembers San Marin’s Craig Pitti

The Craig Pitti Memorial Scholarship was created this year in honor of the late basketball coach and teacher who passed away last October. Applications for the scholarship are due by Saturday, December 15. The scholarship will offer $1,000 to two San Marin High School seniors, one female and one male. It was introduced to students… Continue reading New academic scholarship remembers San Marin’s Craig Pitti

Freshmen are the latest big kids on campus

With 325 students in the current freshman class of 2022, San Marin staff and administration made multiple adjustments within the school this year to accommodate its increasing population. “We were projected to have 268, and then we went up to 305 before school let out last spring, but then we got more,” Vice Principal Diane… Continue reading Freshmen are the latest big kids on campus

Sophomore gymnast wins at state and regional meets

Standing at exactly five feet, sophomore Danielle Jonas-Delson may not be tall, but her long list of gymnastics accomplishments show that some things are not about size. Jonas- Delson has been the Northern California state champion for four years in a row and has won first place in other, more recent competitions. Jonas-Delson was this… Continue reading Sophomore gymnast wins at state and regional meets

Opinion: Students do not have enough time to explore interests

“Get a job,” “Go to school,” “Do your homework,” “Get good grades,” “Finish your community service,” “Get enough sleep,” “Join clubs,” “Spend more time with your friends.” The list of expectations for high school students is a long and lofty one. Along with these obligations, students are encouraged to explore their interests and try new… Continue reading Opinion: Students do not have enough time to explore interests