Junior wins national computing contest

By Keane Muraoka-Robertson Elana Stroud ’13 received the 2011-2012 National Center for Women & Information Technology Award for Aspirations in Computing, a competition which recognizes achievements in technology and computing of female high school students. Stroud, who began programming in ninth grade, is currently in Design and Data Structures Honors. She found out about the […]

CNPA names Chronicle one of state's top 2 papers

  The California Newspaper Publishing Association notified the Chronicle that it has won a spot as either the first or second best high school newspaper in the state in Better Newspaper Contest for 2010. At the annual luncheon and awards ceremony at the Wilshire Grand in Los Angeles Saturday, the winners for the high school, […]

Upper School Awards Ceremony Honors Students and Faculty

By Catherine Wang At the annual Upper School Assembly Tuesday June 1, students and faculty were honored for their achievements during the 2009-2010 school year. Students, faculty members, and parents of award recipients crowded Taper Gym, while President Tom Hudnut, Head of School Jeanne Huybrechts, and various faculty members presented the awards. Following the presentation […]

‘Kid Flicks’ founder wins service award

  By David Burton The Youth Service of America honored Berni Barta ’10 with the Gladys Marinelli Coccia award at the National Service-Learning Conference in San Jose on March 26 during the State Farm Awards Ceremony. The award was founded in memory of Gladys Coccia, who began her entrepreneurial career as a young girl in […]

Senior wins national computing competition

  By Nicki Resnikoff Monica Chen ’10 won the 2010 National Center for Women and Information Technology Award for Aspirations in Computing. Chen was one of 33 National Winners selected from 150 semifinalists. More than 700 students applied for the award. For winning, Chen will receive a $500 award, a laptop and an engraved plaque […]