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Feature Stories

  • Rubik’s Cuber, computer engineering major, and club leader creates practical solutions to specific problems 

  • How a psychology degree helped JonJon Berring ’24 change his story in baseball.

  • The Santa Clara water polo player immersed himself in his sport and civil engineering studies. Now he’s headed to Stanford graduate school to focus on water engineering.

  • Students like Dayana Lopez ’25 shared their stories through poetry at Santa Clara’s Migration Gala, hosted by the Undocumented Students and Allies Association.

  • Ballet Folklórico de SCU hosts its first-ever solo cultural show, “Mi Primer Viaje a México”—the latest milestone in the group’s decades-long history of activism, pride, and community.

  • LEAD Scholar Shirfei Tay ’24 shares her experience securing a career-defining Apple internship and overcoming imposter syndrome.

  • At SCU, mechanical engineer Kira Hofelmann ’24 solves real-world robotic problems—and makes lightsabers in her spare time.

  • Therapists in Residence and therapy groups play key roles in Santa Clara’s new “Initiative For Student Well-Being”

  • Join our parent panel at Preview Day on Saturday, April 13. Parents of prospective students can ask questions, get tips, and help their high schooler prepare for success at Santa Clara.

  • How pre-med student Isabella Reyes ’24 charted her course from aviation to disability advocacy.

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