Report to HQ: Is HQ a Distraction in the Classroom?

Report to HQ: Is HQ a Distraction in the Classroom?

Ryan Stanford ’19 had a secret weapon for the HQ Trivia Christmas round: her grandma. Anticipation built as she and her sisters approached the game’s 12th and final question. Finally, the question flashed across the screen: “Which U.S. President has never earned a Bachelor’s degree?” “Harry Truman!” her grandmother exclaimed, winning Stanford both the round […]

APES classes receive trout egg delivery

Advanced Placement Environmental Science classes received their annual delivery of trout eggs on Jan 19. Students will now begin to care for and raise the trouts, which will later be released into the Castaic Lake in California when they are large enough to survive on their own. Science teacher Nadine Eisenkolb, who has been part of […]

Student win awards for national Chinese essay contest

Eight students received awards for their essay submissions to the 2017 Chinese Language Association of Secondary Schools National Essay Contest on Jan 5. Students had the chance of being awarded a gold, silver or honorable mention certificate. Chronicle staff writer Astor Wu ’20 and Strauss Cooperstein ’18 were granted gold awards, five students received silver awards […]

United in Harmony hosts toy drive

United in Harmony hosted a toy drive and bake sale to encourage students and faculty to help impoverished children from Dec. 4th-8th on the quad. United in Harmony counselor Natalie Blut ’18 said that the overall goal of the organization is to help underprivileged children develop positive self-esteem that will assist them in their future […]

Students perform at first Coffeehouse of year

Students perform at first Coffeehouse of year

Students shared their talents with the community at the first Coffeehouse of the year Nov. 13 in Chalmers Lounge. Students performed short skits that included singing, stand-up comedy and instrumental covers. Soloist singer Kate Konvitz ’20 said her favorite part of Coffeehouse was seeing all the different manifestations of talent. “I signed up for Coffeehouse […]

Athletic department hires strength and conditioning staff

The athletics program hired two full-time athletic performance coaches, Director of Strength and Conditioning Jeff Crelling and Strength and Conditioning Coach Kyle Casey. They will focus on developing athlete’s speed, agility, nutrition, and rehabilitation in addition to their work in the weight room. Crelling, who will serve as the head of the program, received an […]