The Tam News

Tam Welcomes New Faculty: Megan Meyer

(Courtesy of Megan Meyers)

By Oona O'Neill

September 21, 2020

“​I like problem-solving, collaborating, and learning. In special education, I get to do all of that every day!”. 

Kylie Frame: The face behind Feed the Frontlines Marin

(Courtesy of Kylie Frame)

By Emily Stull

May 19, 2020

Frame's nonprofit organization raises money to purchase meals from local businesses and donates those meals to essential workers in the area.

Lili Smith: “Everyone should join field hockey”

(Claire Conger)

By Kavi Dolasia

October 17, 2019

A profile on the girls field hockey team.

Lauren Ross: Raising the bar

Lauren Ross: Raising the bar

By Leah Fullerton

June 7, 2019

Senior Lauren Ross has earned an array of titles in her time on Tam’s track and field team. However, her experience has not all been smooth sailing.

Bernstein wins Coach of the Year

Photo by Kara Kneafsey

By Ava Finn

June 5, 2019

"I’d like to think I won not just because of winning the championship this year because I do try really hard to instill positive values in the kids."

Moving On: The Tales of COM

Moving On: The Tales of COM

By Tenaya Tremp

May 2, 2019

It’s officially college admissions season, and high school students everywhere are being bombarded by college merchandise, social media photos, and constant talk of future plans. Among all the college fever, however, some are straying from the expectation to go to a four-year college and choosing ...

Vaulting Over the Competition

Vaulting Over the Competition

By Skye Schoenhoeft

April 9, 2019

It is not often that you meet an athlete at Tam whose sport is relatively unheard of. At school, we celebrate success in activities like basketball, soccer, or mountain biking. Yet, for athletes like sophomore Isabel Jasper, sports go beyond the status quo. As a dedicated vaulter, Jasper can be found pe...

The Mill Valley Music Man

The Mill Valley Music Man

By Sam Glocker, Reporter

April 5, 2019

It’s a rainy day in Mill Valley, and Gary Scheuenstuhl has just received a shipment of CD’s. He sits tucked behind his register, a wall of records, books, and loose leaf paper encircling him. Vinyl is everywhere. In the window, records tied on cotton strings dangle and under the stairs a collecti...

I am the Law

I am the Law

By Josie Spiegelman

March 14, 2019

While most high schoolers struggle thinking about where they want to be in five years, for junior Paul Law, the answer is simple: he wants to be running. A standout on both the cross country and track and field teams since freshman year, Law’s maintains a passion for both sports. “I got into r...

Payton Pelaez: A Sweet Success

Payton Pelaez: A Sweet Success

By Emily Stull, Reporter

March 13, 2019

At 4 a.m., most teenagers can be found asleep in their beds. However, freshman Payton Pelaez can be found in the kitchen covered in head to toe by flour. “My mom had to come down and physically drag me from the kitchen,” the baking phenom said. Pelaez’s passion for baking causes his eyes to l...

Profile: Robert Amaral

Profile: Robert Amaral

By Eli Blum

January 25, 2019

Have you ever finished walking up a large flight of stairs on campus just to see someone cruising around on a golf cart once you’ve reached the top? Have you ever thought to yourself, “Damn, I wish I had a golf cart to ride around campus in”? Well, if you have, there is a good chance that the perso...