Many students at Aragon take pride in the clothes they wear because of the fact that it is a means of expression. Though style is not defined by one thing, in this video, students speak about what fashion means to them.
Popular Netflix original “Stranger Things” returns with a emotionally captivating yet not quite as dynamic second season.
Located at the College of San Mateo, the Middle College program is an alternative education program provided by an agreement between CSM and the San Mateo Union High School District that allows junior and senior high school students to concurrently enroll in high school and community college courses. This program gives juniors and seniors the opportunity to finish their high school graduation credits, obtain college credit, and also have a college oriented experience as a high school student.
In the first CCS home game in five years, the Dons defeated the Westmont Warriors.
With moody pop vibes and vulnerable lyrics, Taylor Swift’s “Reputation” shifts the direction of pop albums. Listening to “Reputation” feels like falling in love, and Swift creates one crazy ride.
The International Food Fair gave the Aragon community an opportunity to sample cuisine and watch performances from over 19 countries on Oct. 26. From Iran to Tonga and beyond, Students and their families enjoyed celebrating the widespread diversity of the school community at their annual event.
Global warming affects the world, but how is the current president taking it into consideration? Environmental disasters have been devastating the country recently, and it has the potential to get much worse if the U.S. does not fix its environmental policies. Since the British Industrial Revolution in the 1750s, carbon dioxide has been the world’s No. 1 driver of climate change. Primarily, this excess carbon dioxide comes from burning fossil…
A new animal shelter will be built at Coyote Point Park in San Mateo to replace the outdated one that operated for 60 years. Construction began on Oct. 10, and the new facility is expected to open in winter 2019.
As of December 2016, California, along with 18 other states, adopted a new science curriculum called the Next Generation Science Standards, or NGSS.
While some students participate in sports on campus, others are involved with unique sports outside of school, like underwater hockey, skiing, shooting and sailing.
Although it’s his first year, freshman Blaine Reynolds has had tremendous success on the cross country team.
Spirit squad has existed at Aragon since the school’s founding.