Youth Making a Difference

Ali Palmer, Staff Writer

December 3, 2014

The Youth Making a Difference program, also known as YMAD, has just completed their fall expedition of 2014. The organization allows American teens to travel to India and teach children. The participants spend the entire year be...

S.A.G.E. Scores Don’t Shock Highland Admin.

Sarah Cascallar, Staff Writer

December 1, 2014

When the S.A.G.E. scores were released on Monday Oct. 20th, Highland’s staff wasn’t surprised with the results.  With a score of 49 percent in Language Arts, 19 percent in Math and 31 percent in Science, Highland ranked 56 ...

U of U Science Day Sparks Student Interest

Kailee Pinney, Senior Editor

November 21, 2014

On Saturday, November 15th, over 500 high school students gathered at the University of Utah to explore future career options. Many students from Highland, East, West, Skyline, and Olympus attended...

Holiday Service Opportunities

Emma Ker, Staff Writer

November 20, 2014

  As students, providing service to others can give us a sense of purpose, have a positive influence on our grades, shape the directions of our lives and change the way we view the world. We may be doing volunteer to...

Super Smash: Pumpkin Edition

Elijah Straight, Associate Web Editor

November 18, 2014

There has been a recent outbreak of vandalism at Highland High School and it’s "smashing."  The parking lot of Highland has always no been the safest place in the world, but now it’s getting worse.  Senior Bubs Divver is...

Food Drive Stuck in Neutral

Ali Palmer, Staff Writer

November 14, 2014

The annual food drive at Highland High has begun, and with a new and interesting twist.  A poster charting the school’s progress hangs in the main hall, with prizes for each increase of 500 cans. At 1,500 cans, principal Paul...