Set to open next fall, the charter school promises a more personalized curriculum and the leadership of current district faculty.
On Nov. 18, senior Andre Perkins, a member Aragon’s varsity baseball team, signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Chico State University.
Although contact sports are great means of exercise, they come with a big drawback to physical health.
Last year, the boys varsity water polo team looked to improve their skills by introducing a year-round program to match other schools in the Bay Division.
The girls golf team ended its undefeated season at CCS on Oct. 29. They placed ninth out of 11, surrounded by tough competition such as Palo Alto, St. Francis, and Gunn. Junior Kelly Fang was the team’s best scorer, falling one stroke short of qualifying for the NorCal Championships. Freshman Tessa Ulrich finished second for Aragon, eight strokes behind Fang. CCS Honor Coach Guy Oling says, “Qualifying for CCS was…
On a bright, sunny day at the Crystal Springs running course, the Aragon cross-country teams qualified for the CCS Championships. The girls finished third out of 10 and the boys came in seventh out of 17. The Dons had several top finishers, including junior Oma Skyrus, fifth out of 76 in the varsity girls race, and sophomore Ryan McAuliffe, eleventh out of 113 in the varsity boys race. Coach Bill…
I was hit by an 85 mph fastball straight to the back of my helmet.
In August, vehicular theft occurred 18 times in the city of San Mateo—on average, more than once every two days.
“We were walking through Central Park one night and there were some guys walking after us, but [my friend] had her phone so she could dial 911 just in case.”
On Sept. 23, 2013, California Governor Jerry Brown signed State Bill 568 into law, otherwise called, “Privacy Rights for California Minors in the Digital World.”