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New head of athletics & P.E. pursues projects

By Nicholas Hom, Editor-in-Chief

September 28, 2017

Filed under News

New Head of Athletics & Physical Education Anthony Thomas has promised several changes for the athletic department, some of which, will not be seen by outgoing seniors. Thomas’s position is a symbol of the ongoing shift from the four-independent-school model to the aligned-four-division model. "I am looking to establish a philosophy that will cross all divisions," Thomas said. "We will...

Hooked on Bass

Hooked on Bass

September 28, 2017

Fishing may conjure images of an older man holding a pole on a bucket for hours, but the sport of bass fishing is captivating America’s youth with its aspects of competition,...

The Hall takes on Homecoming

The Hall takes on Homecoming

September 28, 2017

Knights football crushed the Anzar Eagles at Boxer Stadium last Saturday in front of hundreds of fans by a score of 62-20. “I am really proud of all my players,” Head...

Soccer off to best start in school history

Soccer off to best start in school history

September 26, 2017

Stuart Hall soccer is on a roll with a five-game winning streak putting them at a 9-0-1 record this season, as of time of press. The Knights’ most recent win came against...

Class of 2021 gathers for Coed Social

Class of 2021 gathers for Coed Social

May 30, 2017

The incoming freshman class gathered in the Main Hall of the Broadway campus Thursday night for its first social event as an entire class. The Coed Social has become an annual event f...

Keldsen excels on the water

Keldsen excels on the water

April 27, 2017

Every other weekday, Mats Keldsen ’18 is on the water in the San Francisco Bay, practicing for SHHS sailing team and he hopes someday, the Olympics. Sailing with his father...

Students Build Businesses

Students Build Businesses

April 24, 2017

While some students are preparing ideas to win this year’s annual, four-division, $2,500 Launch Grant, some students have gotten ahead of the curve and begun their own companies...