• German exchange students arrive Sept. 22 and depart Oct. 7 and a special assembly will be held in The Huss Auditorium Sept. 23
  • Spanish exchange students arrive Sept. 14 and depart Sept. 25 and a special assembly will be held in The Huss Auditorium Sept. 16
  • This week's senior speeches: Alessandra Costalonga, Annika Findlay, Libby Cohen and Alex Herrmann

The Rubicon

Juniors prepare for the PSAT

Juniors prepare for the PSAT

Elle Chen, Staff Writer

October 28, 2018

As first quarter of the 2018-2019 school year wrapped up, many juniors at SPA took on another challenge on top of their already overwhelming school work: the PSAT.

AP exams administered May 7-18

AP exams administered May 7-18

Kelby Wittenberg, RubicOnline Editor

May 17, 2018

Students take a variety of AP tests over the first two weeks of May.

Twenty-eight students take a new revised format of SAT

Twenty-eight students take a new revised format of SAT

Noor Qureishy, Student Life editor

December 2, 2014

The smell of freshly printed paper, sharpened pencils, and anxiety fills the air as test season emerges for Upper School students at St. Paul Academy and Summit School. Despite approaching midterms, nine sophomores and nineteen juniors chose to participate in an extra session of math SAT practice before school on Wednesday, Nov. 12th in an attempt to increase their chances of success regarding the new SAT test format, which will come out in 2016.

Students look forward to college athletics

Ali Duval, Staff Writer

March 21, 2014

Sports are a large part of every student’s life, whether they play them or not. Everybody is affected by the news of whether a school team wins or lose. Everyone has friends on a team, friends who are directly affected by sports. And some people even plan to continue playing sports after high school....

Asian students face unique college obstacles

Lucy Li, Cover Story Editor

May 6, 2013

Chinese-American senior Jeremy Tong was clear in his view. “Race can also help you a lot as a student, but it also hurts a lot of people,” he said. Sophomore Neerja Thakkar shared her opinion. “It used to be that being Asian would help you since colleges wanted diversity,” she said, “but...