“I think this job will definitely help me in college because it was experience in a field I’m interested in majoring in.”
There appears to be a large discrepancy between the workload and general difficulty of courses during freshman and sophomore years compared to that of junior and senior years.
After a courageous ten year battle with leukemia, Nancy Cordero, a senior at San Mateo High School, passed away on the morning of Nov. 26.
The educational benefits of showing graphic content are known throughout much of the Aragon student body.
The Red Cross Club held a fundraiser for Hurricane Sandy relief, selling miniature first aid kits to raise money for the victims, raising more than $300.
School lunches are expected to be available for anyone who needs lunch, but perhaps they aren’t entirely student-friendly.
The prevalence of dark novels may have to do with a correlation between the sadness of a book and its profoundness in meaning.
Despite such recent success, the 49ers’ red and gold has not seen nearly as much attention at Aragon.
When the Aragon football team entered the Central Coast Section (CCS) championships, they knew they would face challenging opponents.
On Nov. 24, the Aragon varsity boys cross country team finished their season.
The American Association of Physics Teachers is preparing to host its annual qualifying competition for high schoolers.