A 14-year-old programmer and website developer, freshman Harrison Sun is clearly no stranger to the world of technology. He often..
Becoming a National Board Certified Teacher
Dancing with the stars
Q&A: Making music to enjoy with friends
A love for dancing
Q&A with a speech club mentor
Spreading positivity through volunteering
Music from the heart
Performing parkour stunts on the rail
Spreading art through rock music
Bringing heat to the competition
Podcast: Finding a balance in parenting students
Just rolling with it
Parenting: What would you expect?
Seeking a future in sewing
Coding the future
Playing the piece
Cooking for friends
Singing her heart out
Sculpting and drawing movement
Learning to get back up again
A calling for cycling
Riding the snow
A bed for every baby
The story behind the dance
Feeling the beat
Playing for the play
Keeping the tradition
Friends, Family and Airsoft
The Weatherman 2: Ben Wong
The dream team
Light at her fingertips
Dancing on water
Designing and drawing from the heart
The business of art
Cyrus Lee, Hong Kong
Writing from the heart
Off to the races
More than just a competition
The Art of Kendo
Crossfit: Working it out
Performing on the SuperGirl show
What it Takes to Be an Adviser
Spring Pep Rally
16 of ’16
Color the dark
Reaching the milestones
Fixing what was broken
Yo-yo tricking with a twist
A mission to become a missionary
Podcast: Playing a different sport
Writing out his own perspective
Carving her own stamps
Collect your passion
Teaching a new language overseas
Standing out for the senior panorama
Performing with Candy Carson
Writing her own novel
Spreading his passion through service
Biking against AIDS
Herbert Wang’s do-it-yourself camera lens
Reaching New Heights
Class Feature: Ceramics
Key Club wins Fall Rally South
Eye on the bullseye
Perfecting his chess games with practice
Explore the vast country
The Maze Runner
Reliving the Past
Fall Pep Rally in one minute
On top of the world
He’s engineering his next plane
Ashley Acosta, not your typical dancer
Three are in jazz band, one specializes in playing competitions and the last is in the school’s choir. Together, they’re..
300 text messages and 200 emails a day–he’s the “go-to guy.” Technology coach Brian Mason has virtually been in every..
He seems like a regular kid. He goes to school. He watches TV. He messes around with his friends. But..
One. Two. Three. Three bounces. That’s all it takes for him to regain his composure. With self-assurance and an eerily..
For civics and economics teacher Will Lares, the world is a book he can’t put down. Each new country is..
Do-re-me-fa-so-la ti-do. As these notes flow through her ears, senior Shrinithi Kalai can see different colors within each note. Initially,..
PHOTO COURTESY OF DANA HERNANDEZ For junior Dana Hernandez, singing in the spotlight isn’t a fear – it’s a lifestyle...
Everyone has a high score somewhere, whether it be on “Angry Birds” or the beat up “Pac-Man” at the local..
It all started when he received a copy of “StarCraft I” on his 10th birthday. When “StarCraft II” was released,..
For two years, freshman Selah Walker and her family served as foreign missionaries in the city of Wuhan, Hubei,..
Within a few minutes, junior Giuliana Liu can take her regular brown-haired, brown-eyed appearance and transform herself to a doll..
She sang before she learned to speak, she hummed before she learned to talk. Senior Reigna Roberts is unlike any..
In her early life, she witnessed poverty first hand, observed children begging for money on the street and saw the..