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Juvenile hall perceptions go beyond what meets the eye

Juvenile hall perceptions go beyond what meets the eye

June 19, 2018

Think someone in prison has hit rock bottom? Maybe not. The juvenile detention center in San Mateo County provides many opportunities that can help kids who may have fallen down the wrong path turn around. There are many rehabilitative resources and services to offer kids in need, including academic counselors, who make sure school credits are being transferred, and therapists, who help the kids through their traumatic experiences.

The gift card drive will give gift cards to United Way Bay Area and United Way of the Wine Country. Both are branches of United Way that will provide aid to fire victims.

Belmont gift card drive benefits fire victims

November 1, 2017

To help those who lost their homes and property in the North Bay fires, Belmont is hosting its own gift card drive. People who would like to donate to the fire victims can giv...

Jessica Lui, a sophomore in Concert Choir, reviews her music for Wolfgang Mozart's

Carlmont Choirs makes its way to Carnegie Hall

April 9, 2017

As students look forward to relaxing on spring break, singers from Carlmont Choirs set their sights on the stage at Carnegie Hall. Choir students are traveling to New York C...

Ralston Hall-taken by John Green of Mercury News

An earthquake could destroy Ralston Hall

March 14, 2013

Ralston Hall is one of the oldest buildings on the Peninsula, and its age is starting to show. This historic building was built in 1868 by William Ralston and has been a central...

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