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...

Godspell

Stephen Lang

April 27, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Spring is on the horizon and with that, so too is Highlands High School’s spring musical. This year, the theatre department is putting on a production of Stephen Schwartz’s ‘Godspell’. The show follows a few disciples of Jesus, however, the show is not explicitly about Jesus Christ but the show...

Zoie Barth

Avery Feinaur

April 27, 2017


Filed under Student Life

      The Journey of 1,000 Points   At the age of 6, Zoie Barth began playing basketball. It was her dad who introduced her to the sport. The pair have shared a passion for the game ever since. In the sixth grade, Zoie played on the freshman team at Highlands and as...

‘Tis the Season

Steve Lang

January 11, 2017


Filed under Feature, Student Life

Happy New Year! The celebrations of end of year holidays like Christmas and New Years are coming to a close and the new year of 2017 comes to a start. While these traditions are celebrated in the United States of America, residents of other countries celebrate variants or completely different traditions...

Random Student

Avery Feinauer

January 11, 2017


Filed under Student Life

As a journalism staff here at Highlands High School, we like to say that everyone has a story. Our job is to find that story and share it with the community. By asking questions, everyone can learn something new about a friend, a peer or a stranger. Freshman, Ty Hopping, has agreed to share his story...

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...

Unsung Hero: Dante Cata

Kayla Wilson

January 11, 2017


Filed under Feature, Student Life

Band is not just about playing an instrument and performing in front of an audience. It’s also about learning countless pieces of music, learning how to play them, and then finding the confidence to play in front of a crowd. It’s hard work and Dante Cata, the unsung hero in band, has been doing this...

Barbara’s Book Club

Emmaline Kuether

January 11, 2017


Filed under Feature, Student Life

Books: they’ve been around for years. Beginning in ancient times, the first book was written on papyrus, and today there are libraries in every city and books can even be read on a computer. Books have changed the culture of our world. But could they be a dying art? Senior Barbara Nagel sure doesn’t...

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