From Canvas to the Track

Alex Sutton, Staff Writer

October 28, 2015

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Most know Ms. Hunter as an art teacher here at Highland. Those that have been inside her room would immediately recognize her love for art is more than just a job, but a passion. From the Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Harry Potter...

The Panama Plan

The Panama Plan

May 21, 2015

Why Science Matters

Why Science Matters

April 15, 2015

Highland Resource Officer Serves School As Well As Community

Helena Haddadin, Staff Writer

March 23, 2015

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The job of a high school resource officer may not be easy, and certainly not as an accompaniment to raising a family. When the obligation lies between supporting a family at home and contributing to the one at school, Highland's...

MindRiot Takes Brainstorming To A New Level

Ardyn Ford, Web Editor

February 24, 2015

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“Three days. 100 high school students. Cash prizes.” This is the enigmatic slogan of MindRiot, a three-day competition held during the second week of June at The Leonardo museum. The competition changes every year, however...

Sundance Film Exposes Students To The World Of African Cinema

Helena Haddadin, Staff Writer

February 19, 2015

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On Thursday, January 29, Ms. Bennion’s French classes and Ms. Hardy’s film productions classes of Highland High attended a screening of the Sundance film, Sembene! The film was a documentary based off of the legacy, life, an...

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