Random Student: Sophomore shares story

Avery Feinaur

January 11, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Here at Highlands, every student is unique. No matter how much we think we know about our peers, we always have more to discover. In order to find these hidden stories and share them with the community, the journalism department chooses a random student to interview. Sophomore Joshua Lohner agreed to...

Voices in the Hall: Resolutions

Noah Balser, Jacob Horton, and Corey Kempe

January 11, 2018


Filed under Student Life

A new year means new resolutions. Some of our students shared what changes they hope to make in 2018.       ...

Unsung Hero leads by example

Lexie Crawford

November 21, 2017


Filed under Feature, Showcase, Student Life

Highlands High School has dozens of programs, and since there are so many, some become incredibly under appreciated. In those programs, there are also many students who don’t get much credit for all the hard work they put into their passion. Highlands award-winning band, both in concert and marching...

Persistence leads to great things

Emeline Kuether and Kayla Wilson

October 30, 2017


Filed under Feature, Student Life

“Some people would call it scary, but I trust the people basing me. I know that they will always catch me.” For some people, getting thrown into the air and hoping that you won’t fall sounds pretty risky, but for freshman Grace Armstrong, it’s a daily habit. She’s not scared of flying, and...

Voices in the Hall

Noah Balser, Jacob Horton, and Corey Kempe

October 23, 2017


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While some people were enjoying seeing movies or listening to new tunes, others participated in different summer activities. These students shared what they did during summer break.       ...

May I have this dance? FCCLA says ‘Yes’!

Avery Feinauer

October 23, 2017


Filed under Feature, Student Life

At the beginning of each school year, students anticipate the first dance and the first football game of the year to be the best yet. From the Friday night lights lowering on the football field to creative homecoming proposals, students welcome the new beginnings fall has to offer. Yet, before the festivities...

Class of 2021 enjoys settling in the Nest

Kayla Wilson, Emeline Kuether, and Alysia Morgan

October 23, 2017


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Just as colleges all across the United States welcomed last year’s seniors as beginning freshmen, Highlands also welcomed incoming freshmen into its nest. The distance between the middle school and the high school may be short, but the transition from eighth to ninth grade has been a challenging...

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...

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