Saint Elizabeth High School is proud of its student literary magazine, Clatter is produced once a year under the direction of the Chair of the English Department. The Clatter is a school-wide collection of art, essays, short stories, poetry, and photographs composed by the students at Saint Elizabeth High School.
The student writing and art reflects the values that a Saint Elizabeth High School education has instilled in our young people -- hope and love, and the always mysterious, revitalizing, saving presence of God in our life. Teachers encourage students and help them prepare their entries for the May publication of the magazine.
Funding assistance for this important project is provided by The Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose Foundation. The Clatter received the First Place Award from the American Scholastic Press Association three years in a row in 2008, 2009, and 2010.