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Congratulations to juniors Kathryn Kennedy, James Holland and Robert Snedden, who are the undisputed winners of this year's Milk Carton Boat Race!
After thoroughly impressing judges, junior Mythri Ambatipudi received the grand prize "Best of Championship" for her research on the Zika virus.
Sophomore Mark Salinas and freshman Ekta Karkala have been recognized for their creative expression, winning first and second place in the Rotary Young at Art competition.
From teaching to coaching, Mr. Ivers '64 has seen and done it all at Saint Francis over the past 43 years, and the Central Coast Section has taken notice. The organization has honored Mr. Ivers with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Several members of the Lancer community recently showed their care and support for those living on the margins.
For her work in the classroom and her success on the track, senior Emily Skahill was honored as a top scholar-athlete in the Central Coast Section.
Junior Carla Cornillon received the "Best in Show" award for her artwork that is currently being shown at the Art Now student exhibition.
Congratulations to senior Kaushal Rao, who is a semifinalist in this year's US Biology Olympiad (USABO), a premier biology competition for high school students.
Congratulations to students Nibha Akireddy, Tiffany Cabrera, Carla Cornillon and Sarah Meehan, who have been selected to be included in Art Now, the annual Santa Clara County juried high school exhibition.
Saint Francis students who have returned from LA Youth Day, a conference tailored to teens, are now feeling inspired about fearlessly living out their faith.
Congratulations to freshman Mate Aranyosi, whose designs for a 2030 concept car landed him among the top 10 finalists in an automotive design competition for high school students.
To support fellow Lancers in putting their faith into action during Lent, students in ASB and Campus Student Ministries are encouraging their peers to participate in school-wide projects.
Why you want to know her: Megan McArthur has done and seen things few humans ever will, such as being shot into orbit 300 miles above our "beautiful" planet on the 2009 Space Shuttle Atlantis.
Five Saint Francis students will inspire their audience with captivating talks at a TEDx youth conference, highlighting topics that are relatable and engaging to teens.
Please read the letter from President Simon Chiu, which we shared with our community on March 2, regarding our investment opportunity in Snap.
Whether shooting some hoops or teaching the fundamentals of guitar, Lancers warmly welcomed 120 middle school students from Sacred Heart Nativity School recently.
Ask junior Rebecca Smith how to get to Carnegie Hall, and she'll tell you. Backed by years of hard work, Rebecca recently performed at the historic venue as part of the 2017 Honors Performance Series, singing as a member of the high school honors choir.
For his leadership and commitment to student-athletes, head football coach Greg Calcagno '83 was recently recognized as the San Francisco 49ers High School Coach of the Year.
Thanks to our amazing Saint Francis community, we exceeded our goal and raised $98,438.75 for financial aid.
Appreciating the beauty of simplicity and the art of graceful brush strokes, Chinese 4AP students created exquisite paintings in class recently during a hands-on assignment on culture.
Sophomore band member Annabel Su recently performed with the Santa Clara County Honor Band, a prestigious ensemble comprising of top high school musicians in the area.
Members of the Art Club paid tribute to Capt. Matthew Manoukian '01, a decorated Marine who was killed in action in Afghanistan, by creating a large black and white mural in his likeness.
Three seniors have recently signed an NCAA National Letter of Intent during the February signing period.
A group of 23 Saint Francis juniors and seniors, and three teachers, observed democracy in action as they visited Washington, DC, on Inauguration Day.
The ongoing language and cultural exchange between Saint Francis and Sinolink Primary School in Shenzhen, China, now in its seventh year, continues to blossom.
More than 30 Lancers in speech and debate competed in the James Logan High School Martin Luther King Invitational and performed extremely well.
Mr. Johantgen, who teaches dance and graphic arts at Saint Francis, performed in a full-length ballet adaptation of "A Christmas Carol," taking on the role of Scrooge.
A group of Lancers devoted a day during their winter break to spreading joy and Christmas cheer to residents living in East Palo Alto.
Denise Pope, a Stanford University educator and expert on student stress, recently led a workshop with faculty members to discuss two topics important to families and schools -- nurturing the well-balanced student and examining the role of homework in academic success.
Saint Francis students have a long track record of receiving distinguished honors, and this year is no different. Senior Heajune Lee has been selected as a semifinalist in the prestigious Coca-Cola Scholars Program.
Saint Francis High School1885 Miramonte AvenueMountain View, California 94040650 968-1213Fax: 650 968-1706
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