Nearly 20,000 laps were completed in today's 12th annual swim-a-thon. With 87 participants and almost 300 miles of swimming, a big splash was made for Bay Area Cancer and the Claire Buchser Scholarship.
TechWomen, a professional exchange program, empowers, connects and supports the next generation of female STEM leaders from Africa, Central and South Asian and the Middle East.
Paige was named Athlete of the Week by the San Jose Mercury News.
Cross country dominates at the Farmer Invitational.
This past weekend, Presentation's robotics team (FRC 2135) participated in Chezy Champs, an off-season robotics tournament held at Bellarmine.
Students from the Student Environmental Action Society (SEAS) hauled dozens of bags of trash away from the beach as part of the state's Coastal Cleanup Day this past weekend.
Students stood linked arms, held signs and chanted words of support, calling for the protection of DACA, today, in the courtyard.
In solidarity with the less fortunate in our community, students took to the streets for a day and a half to attempt to better understand the challenges facing the impoverished. They served lunch at St. Joseph's Basilica, met with members of City Hall, and volunteered at Casa De Clara.
On Friday, September 8, Presentation's robotics team hosted an Open Shop event for interested students. A total of 20 girls attended six different workshops, hosted by the leadership team and other experienced members.