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Through the Eyes of an Artist

January 13, 2018 4:12am | Vincent Sanchez

The concept of art is one of the most intriguing ideas that people, in one way or another, are exposed to daily.  Art has many definitions, and perhaps that is its greatest attribute.  It can change and be molded over and over again, taking on […]

What We Learned from Homecoming: Why You Should Go to Prom

November 27, 2017 4:47pm | Saisha Kahae, Jacqlyn Rayas

Prom is just a part of high school. For some it’s a necessity to prepare for months in advance: the perfectly planned way to ask their date, the perfect dress attire, right down to color coordination, and plenty of pictures so the night is not […]

SMHS Chicano/Latino Students Visit Sanchez Elementary School

November 17, 2016 7:27pm | Guest writer Ricardo Valencia

SMHS’s Chicano/Latino Studies students recently took the celebration of promoting literacy and honoring Latino heritage off the pages and into the minds of young people at nearby Sanchez Elementary School. The community outreach involved reading books that were written by or about Latinos. The goal […]

“Saint Pride.” What does that mean?

September 13, 2016 11:22pm | Mrs. van den Heever

Welcome back Saints!  It seems to me that it was an extremely short summer, but I’m happy to be here on campus again for a sixth year. Two years ago, a campaign for “Saint Pride” was started here at SMHS in order to instill attachment […]

Where Did Our Senior Privileges Go?

September 7, 2016 5:17pm | Marcus Peinado

A new year has begun here at SMHS and the class of 2017 is pumped up and ready for their final year. Yet, they feel like something is missing this year.  What could it be ?  Oh right, Senior Privileges.  As most of us know, […]

Tablet Problems

October 6, 2015 11:00am |

With our society becoming more and more dependent on electronics, schools have decided to go with the flow. Last year, our school received Dell tablets to replace our traditional heavy books, but with hundreds of tablets being handed out each day throughout the schools in […]

There is No Dream too Big (or Small)

September 23, 2015 9:20am |

In these high school years, we are pressured to be the very best; to go beyond our limits and succeed. We are told to take as many honors and AP classes as we can possibly manage, and to join multiple sports and clubs. After graduation, […]

Exchange student comes to America

September 15, 2015 3:47pm |

Hi, I’m Virginia and I’m an exchange student from Italy. My city name is Lecce and it is in the south of Italy. I left my home, my city, my family and all of my habits to come here and start a new life for […]

An Increase In Population Leads To Demand In Supplies

September 15, 2015 9:15am |

Another year here at SMHS, but wait, this year seems to be so much different than the past years that we’ve all come to love. What could possibly be so different? Well, I’m here to put your minds at ease. The difference this year, that […]