By Charlotte Glass, Staff Writer // The melodious sounds of the celebrated composers Peter Warlock, Mozart, and Johann Sebastian Bach echoed throughout the Acalanes High School auditorium, spotlighting the exceptional talent of the school’s students. It was what some consider to be the most popular performance by the instrumental department, […]
Month: December 2017
By Zoe Cate, Staff Writer // The Acalanes Diversity Board helps start a dialogue about issues of equity and diversity at Acalanes. Compassion. Acceptance. Respect. Equity. These are all important aspects of a school environment, and the Acalanes Diversity Board spearheaded Care Week Dec. 4-8 to address these. Care Week […]
By Clara Kobashigawa and Gareth Kwok, Print Editor-in-Chief and Managing Editor // Acalanes senior Lauren Etnyre, a promising water polo star already signed to Indiana University, never imagined her final year of high school water polo would end in heartbreak. In reality, Etnyre’s season never began. After a drawn-out […]
By Nelson Rogers, Staff Writer // The Winter Jazz Concert impressed audiences with polished performances by Acalanes’ Jazz Band on the evening of Dec. 7.
By Charlie Keohane, Staff Writer // Over 100 students and parents packed into the Acalanes Little Theater to watch “Hotel Rwanda” and raise money for an international organization called Save the Children on Friday, Dec. 8. The event, which raised over $1,000, was organized by Acalanes’ Students for the Advancement […]
By Charlotte Glass, Staff Writer // At the same time as the senior bonding event, the juniors spent time together in the quad between the small and big gyms, enjoying activities such as corn hole, cookie decorating, and hot chocolate making.
By Zoe Cate, Staff Writer // Leadership cleverly put together “Senior Bingo” last week to allot time for the upperclassmen to enjoy each other’s company in the time before winter break.