Students will have from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. to check into school for the e-learning day.

E-learning changes schooling

Ariel Cassell, Writer
November 5, 2018
Make sure you keep track of when applications are due for each college that you apply to, because deadlines vary.

Students stress over college prep

Skylar Clark, Head Editor-in-Chief
October 30, 2018
Students not only lost the senior bench, but also a favorite lunch spot.

Seniors lose treasured bench

Sarah Liden, A & E Editor, Social Media Editor
October 17, 2018
A fun thing that you can do is decorate your house with fall decorations, such as mums, pumpkins, and witches.

Students embrace fall with fall bucket list

Skylar Clark, Editor-in-Chief
October 15, 2018
Some students may be reluctant to bring their Bibles to a public school because of the possible backlash they may receive.

Accepting religion in public schools

Betty Huang, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
October 6, 2018
Most students and teachers were evacuated from their classes when the fire alarm went off. The Science and Foreign Languages departments, however, were kept inside due to the fact that they are on a different alarm system.

Alarming false alarm

Ashley Gomez, Writer
October 4, 2018
Senior Katy Bedka informed Biology teacher Nicole Weber of the runaway toad in the Science hallway.

Toad on the loose

Betty Huang, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
October 3, 2018
Meetings for The Laughing Rats Comedy Company will vary depending on schedules, but will mostly be every Friday.

Comedy Company comes to Highland

Sarah Liden, A & E Editor, Social Media Editor
September 27, 2018
Planting trees around your home has a multitude of benefits such as saving energy, filtering stormwater, and absorbing air pollutants.

Trees help save on energy bills

Betty Huang, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
September 25, 2018
The new lunch menu rotation had both new and familiar meals.

New menus mean new choices

Ashley Gomez, Writer
September 25, 2018
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