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Prisms Editor-in-Chief Lisa Ramos, '21, on Art and Community

May 27 2021
 Lisa Ramos, class of 2021, has a penchant for poetry. The inspiration arrives in manners not.

It's the Little Things: Sara Wheeler, '21, Remembers Senior Year

May 25 2021
Most would agree that the last year of high school should be somewhat monumentous. It’s a time.

Making the Most of It: Valedictorian Remembers an Unconventional Year

May 24 2021
This year they were supposed to have prom. They were supposed to revel in their last year together.

Music to the Ears: Issac Li, '22, on the Cello, Culture, and Community

May 20 2021
Issac Li, SJND ‘22, is the school’s sole cellist. Music intrigued him from an early age, with the.

Like a Girl: Emma Rothlisberger, '23, on Olympic Weightlifting

May 18 2021
It was only five short months ago that Emma Rothlisberger, SJND ‘23, picked up weightlifting on the.

A Love for the Game: Tzahari Trevino, SJND'24, on Basketball

May 17 2021
If poetry, according to Jane Austen, is the food of love, then it explains why Tzahari Trevino,.

Ayako Kiener, SJND ‘21, on Art Advocacy

May 15 2021
Coretta Scott King. Angela Davis. Maya Angelou. Stacey Abrams. Bell Hooks. These are some of the.

20/21 Academic Award Assembly Recognizing Grades 9-11

Apr 28 2021
On Tuesday, April 28 the annual Academic Award Ceremony honored students from grade 9 to grade 11.

Andy McKee on Preparing a School for a Pandemic

Apr 26 2021
How do you prepare a school for a pandemic? Andy McKee, the Director of Integration and Technology,.

Girl Up: Two Grade 11 Students Bring UN Initiative to SJND

Apr 23 2021
It was a Thursday afternoon in March 2020. They thought it would only be two weeks, like the email.

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