KCBS radio featured Saahil J '23 for his work teaching San Mateo seniors how to solve the ever-challenging Rubik's Cube in their "Difference Makers" series. Saahil shifted from teaching children to seniors during the pandemic, inspired by visits to his grandmother and teaching her to master the puzzle.
Sophomore Kaiya B ‘23 was featured in a San Mateo Daily Journal article about her weekly jazz concerts for residents of assisted living homes across the nation. Kaiya has organized and played in over 100 virtual concerts since summer 2020...
Middle School Students continued an annual tradition of participating in a community service-learning project, “Treats for Troops,” celebrating Veterans Day. Project leader Rohan D '25 writes, "I started this project five years ago. Our school partnered with 'America Supporting Americans'...
Middle School students, families, and PAC members prepared and delivered a contactless homemade dinner for clients at the Life Moves|First Step for Families Homeless Shelter in San Mateo on Saturday, October 10, 2020.
The Girls Who Code (GWC) club started the year with a book drive for the Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club's library. They gathered donations as students came to campus to pick up school supplies for distance learning at home. In all, they received 550 books--double their initial goal--and monetary donations from the Crystal community.
True to one of the school's Core Values, "We Foster Kindness & Inclusion," Crystal encourages and supports students to engage in service with the greater community. From Rebuilding Together to Habitat for Humanity to Family Community Service days, there are ample service opportunities for students and their families.
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