Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory - Shamrock Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)

 - Class of 2001

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Sophomore Andrew Hontales works on a computer program in the French Club, The French Club uses computers to practice and play in French. MW '53 Q 12455 ! ...mm MMT a What? The Spanish, French and Japanese Clubs are exciting ways for students to experience another culture and language. This year, Ms. Melara, Ms.Bernard, and Mr. Abe moderate these clubs. The Spanish Club plans the Day ofthe Dead and Cinco de Mayo celebrations. They celebrate at break and lunch with food, music, and dancing. During their meetings on Tuesday mornings, they discuss Latin affairs and what events they plan to celebrate. The French Club enjoys eating French food as well as discussing French politics and practicing their French. Recently, they have started working with computer programs to enhance their language skills. The Japanese Club also meets Tuesday during activ- ity period.They enjoy watch- ing anime, Japanese cartoons, and sumo Wrestling. They also make oregami cranes and flowers. The club talks about the culture and discusses events in Japan. They also plan field trips to Japan Town and other Japanese influenced places in San Francisco. The language clubs are not only a great way to meet new people, but they are a great way to expand horizons, learn about another culture, and help with language skills. Students can also enjoy the food and fun. Organizations Spanish Club: Row 1: Mr.Wallace, A.Perez. Row 2: S. Flores R. Emmetts, V.Osegueda, C.Staben, A.Maciel, A.Reyes Ms. Melera. Row 3: A.Romero, C. Caput0,C. Ramirez, S. Pate mapping. v S ' f . .QU 1 Q 5' I fi,.s..5fN" .,. jfs. . l 'C s 'J .'Q'!, axngfl -A. -.,g,ga ff 1 N 5 A W 7' fs? 5? 1. 259: g,,dd4 ll ' ,Q Q . fx .""'f1'f

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Junior Elizabeth Buencamino demonstrates traditional martial arts style at the Cultural Heritage Week talent show. Martial arts take practice and dedication to master. Freshmen Michella Quan, Olivia Liu, Kimberly Wong, and Laura Jen enjoy bowling after school on Tuesdays. Bowling on a team with friends helps forge stronger friendships. s trikers Taking a deep breath, he steps up to the line. Staring straight ahead with sweat precipitating down his forehead, he prepares for picking up a seven-ten split in the tenth frame. Bowling requires concentration more than anything else from its participants. However, this doesn't mean it can't be fun. Bowling Club stands as a testament to the thrill ofthe sport. Members meet at Presidio Bowl after school from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. every Tuesday scoring strikes and spares on the lanes. An added bonus is that students can earn scholarship awards in tournaments. Not all striking at SHCP is in the lanes though. People practice striking each other in the Martial Arts Club as well. Becoming a martial arts master is no easy task. Martial artists must stay in shape and remain limber to perform their intricate moves. Numerous kicks, punches, and throws must be conquered. The Martial Arts Club devotes itself to allowing its members to train and exercise in the many styles of martial arts. Members regularly stage demonstrations for the school and enter tournaments. They have some kick in their lives, how about you? Bowling SL Martial Arts



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1 W I Sf it 9 E d ina! Sophomores Andrew Hontales, Kevin Der, and Anthony Cervantes work on French computer programs. This is one of many activities the French Club participates in, and the programs help the students enhance their speaking skills. French Club: Rowlz A. Hontales, Ms.Bernard,K.Der. Row 2: A.Cervantes.C.Ho. Members of the Spanish Club discuss upcoming events. They often plan holidays and practice their Spanish. M MHnW,,,,...,0f- Japanese Club:Row 1:E.Chan,Mr.Abe.R0w 2: L.Chu,E.Yan,Y.Cheng,B.Fong,C. Taura,C.Eng,A.Sat,A.Olivier,J. Kobuchi. One of many activities the Spanish Club does is the celebration ofDay of the Dead in November. They made these shrines to honor the dead. Languages

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