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The Princess Project

Katie Brenny, The Bark Reporter

May 8, 2014

Filed under News, Student Life

Every year around spring time, the craziness of prom begins.  The privileged get the luxury of going out and buying the perfect prom dress for the special night, while others cannot afford the hefty price that comes along with a...

Grad Night 2014

Yara Mejia, The Bark Reporter

May 1, 2014

Filed under News, Seniors, Student Life

Grad Night, although it may seem as a quiet overshadowed senior event, is very popular as the year comes closer to the end. Grad Night is a senior-only event that is sponsored by parents and donations all year long and is hoste...

The Battle for the Stall

John Wilson, The Bark Reporter

May 1, 2014

Filed under News, Student Life

A day in the life for a male student at Sobrato High is not an easy one. This is made clear by the on-going battle for restroom use during school hours. Unfortunately, this has to be the case when only one restroom is open ever...

A Unique Performance

Tia Weiss, The Bark Reporter

May 1, 2014

Filed under News, Student Life

Sobrato’s theater opened with their first performance of The Wiz, a funny and lighthearted twist of the famous musical The Wizard of Oz on March 21. The story followed the adventure of a young girl named Dorothy, played by se...

2014 College Acceptances

John Wilson, The Bark Reporter

April 22, 2014

Filed under News, Seniors, Top Stories

High hopes for the end of senior year is the norm all around the country. Waiting on colleges to reply back is a nerve-racking process that can take a lot out of a person. The mere thought of not being able to get into your dr...

Sobrato Participates in SCVMA Math Field Day

Vidyun Bais, The Bark Managing Co-Editor

April 8, 2014

Filed under News, Student Life

Students from Sobrato competed for the first time in the Santa Clara Valley Mathematics Association Math Field Day on Saturday March 22, winning various prizes and beating out several other prestigious schools in the region. The...

Granting Help

Zack Goller, The Bark Reporter

March 27, 2014

Filed under News

Actors at Sobrato will no longer have to worry about the back row not being able to hear their lines. Thanks to a former student, the drama program received a $3,000 grant from the San Francisco Giants. Eleanor Harnett, an alum...

Bringing New Trash Cans to Sobrato

Manuel Lara, The Bark Reporter

March 20, 2014

Filed under News

Have you noticed the new trash cans around campus and wondered where they came from? These trash cans were given to Sobrato the week of first semester finals as a donation from a company called Genentech, a large Biotech comp...

Sobrato Reaches Mock Trial Semifinals

Vidyun Bais, The Bark Managing Co-Editor

March 20, 2014

Filed under News, Student Life, Top Stories

Ann Sobrato’s Mock Trial team recently reached semifinals for the first time in their Mock Trial history. Howard Barnes, advisor, and the members of the team have persevered for seven years in their quest to dominate the county. ...

Sobrato’s Talented College-Bound Seniors

Vidyun Bais, The Bark Managing Co-Editor

March 13, 2014

Filed under News, Seniors

Scholarships are highly coveted around the world for an opportunity to a solid education. Seniors this year at Sobrato are outstanding, and receiving amazing college admissions and scholarships to schools like University of Chicago, ...

Private vs. Public: The Fight in Morgan Hill

Katie Brenny, The Bark Reporter

February 25, 2014

Filed under News

The Charter School Company has come to the Morgan Hill Unified School District to propose a plan to open up two new Charter schools, one being a Navigator School and the other a Rocket School.  Upon first hearing this the gen...

Haircut for Charity

Haircut for Charity

February 10, 2014

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