We The People and Mock Trial

Emeline Keuther and Kayla Wilson

April 27, 2017


Filed under News, Student Life

School spirit is a prominent factor at Highlands High School, however, most of the time it is targeted towards the sports teams. There are two other teams at Highlands that don’t usually get as much publicity even though they show lots of hard work and dedication. Two unexpected teams, Mock Trial and...

STLP

Charles Chard

April 27, 2017


Filed under News, Student Life

Highlands is known for wining 1st place awards regularly in athletics and mock trial, but our STLP team made a name for itself at this year’s state competition. The Student Technology Leadership Program or STLP is a competition where students from different schools compete in different categories. Creating a...

Spring Break

John Whitlatch

April 27, 2017


Filed under News, Student Life

With spring break, just around the corner, students are getting more and more excited as the days fly by. Students are thinking about what they are going to do while they are on their break. Whether it be going on a vacation or just staying home to relax from school and responsibilities. The journalism...

St. Patrick’s Day

Jenna Brady

April 27, 2017


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St. Patrick’s Day is full of parades, leprechauns, and plenty of green. But who even is St. Patrick’s? Is it just another excuse to party with friends and family? It is actually so much more than what’s on the surface. St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland. It begins in Britain in the 400s...

Brent Spence Bridge

Sydney Cooper

April 27, 2017


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Transportation is one of the most important functions in any fast-paced society, especially the United States. One of the biggest bottlenecks in our country is the Brent Spence Bridge (BSB). When the bridge was first built in 1963 it was designed to hold, on average, 80,000 people per day. However, in...

150 Hillpreview

Sam Shelton

April 27, 2017


Filed under Feature, News

On the 27th of February 2017, the City of Fort Thomas celebrated its 150th birthday. Since 1867, our city has grown to become one of the best places to call home in Northern Kentucky. For the past year, several community members have been working hard on planning a large celebration to commemorate this h...

Highlands Choir

Charles Chard

January 11, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

Highlands Choir has been evolving over the years, getting larger every time. Some would say that choir and music programs at high schools are a big joke, waste of time, and building up false hope for those students to go into the musical business, but, in reality, having at least one music program within...

These Clowns Aren’t Clowning Around

Stephen Lang

November 7, 2016


Filed under News, Student Life

Remember when you were a kid and you would attend the circus or a birthday party and a clown would attend? Some people would be scared , but some people would be delighted to so the silly goofs create balloon animals and perform party tricks. Fast forward to now, some people have taken it upon themselves...

Harambe’s Death is No Joke

Avery Feinauer

September 19, 2016


Filed under Feature, News

One decision to sacrifice an innocent life was not only recognized by us, the neighbors of Cincinnati, but the entire world. Over the summer, the Cincinnati Zoo lost Harambe, a 17-year-old Western Lowland Gorilla. Many believe that his death could have been prevented, but some support the zoo’s difficult...

Visit USS Nightmare…if you dare

Victoria Venegas

December 3, 2014


Filed under News

The month of October offers a wide variety of activities from pumpkin carving to haunted houses. Haunted houses have become a tradition around the time of Halloween, and houses can be found all over our local area. The most visited haunted house among Highlands’ students is the USS Night- mare. If...

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