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.
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.
In a letter addressed to Hollywood, video editor Kamille Suayan speaks about the importance of having female directors – including female directors of color – behind the scenes.
In the first edition of “Here and Clear,” a video series about the experiences of LGBTQ+ students in the Aragon community, students reflect on their initial realizations.
The Dons continued their undefeated record during the September 29th Luau-themed game against Sacred Heart Prep, winning 40-7.
Senior Dallas Worthington talks about his clothing brand Proper Villain in the latest installment of the Aragon Entrepreneurs series. Filmed and edited by Kamille Suayan
This year, the Biotech 3-4 class and biology teacher Katherine Ward worked with alumni biologist Tim Wong from the California Academy of Sciences to research propagation methods for the California pipevine, the only plant the Bay Area native Pipevine Swallowtail butterfly uses as habitat.
Get into spring sports! Watch the varsity boys volleyball team set themselves up for success.
Junior Marley Collins released her first EP on Feb. 21. Check out her inspiration and process behind the music!
On Nov. 15, Aragon students walked out of school to take part in a demonstration along with Hillsdale and San Mateo students in Central Park. Students demonstrated not against Trump, but to promote love, equality, and acceptance in the community.
Check out the cast of Aragon’s “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat!”