The Voice

The hype man behind the Huntley boys varsity basketball team

The hype man behind the Huntley boys varsity basketball team

Riyana Walker

March 10, 2020

Not only is Zak Link dedicated to the game, but he is also even more dedicated to his team. Although Link may not be the biggest or the best player on the team, he has the best sportsmanship and the greatest love for the game.  With every play, layup, and shot miss or make he is always there to pick up...

National Honors Society holds an informational meeting for current members

National Honors Society holds an informational meeting for current members

Riley Murphy

March 5, 2020

At 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 3, Huntley High School students trickled into the cafeteria. As friends huddled around each other and began grabbing chairs from the front of the room, the National Honor Society officers prepared for their monthly whole group meeting.  The meeting first began with attendance, how...

Huntley’s Orchesis team does an outstanding performance

Huntley's Orchesis team does an outstanding performance

Annaliese Harper

February 4, 2020

A group of dancers assemble in the school cafeteria. The PAC is taken by various events and the gyms are taken by the competitive teams. They stand in front of the mirrors, beginning to learn the routine.  Leap, Chaîné up, Chaîné down, twirl, capezio. The white fluorescent bulbs of the gym ...

Mental Health Blog

Mental Health Blog

Olivia Mack

March 18, 2019

Hey everyone! I decided that with the stress of school lately, I wanted to start a mental health and spiritual improvement blog as a way to help other people that are going through some of the same struggles as me. For this first blog post, I really wanted to start talking about being one with your ...

Feeling the Music: Sophomore Mollie Paeth Expresses Her Talent

Feeling the Music: Sophomore Mollie Paeth Expresses Her Talent

Jordyn Grist

February 4, 2019

The HHS Orchestra only consists of a small group of 20 to 30 students. Among these students is sophomore Mollie Paeth, who’s played violin since five years ago, in fifth grade. She’s been taking lessons every Saturday since then to keep up with her practice; each week, she brings her violin ho...

A success for this year’s engineering entrance interviews

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River Lee

May 1, 2018

he first step for all students in Engineering Academy, besides taking the introductory course, is going through the interview process. Students taking the Principles of Engineering course prepare themselves for a real-world interview from three engineering officials that work around the area. Tea...

College fair provides stepping stones for students on the search

The college fair event in action. (Photo credit: @HHScounselors Twitter)

Emily Kindl

April 25, 2018

On April 23 from 6 to 8 p.m., Huntley High School held its second annual college fair. With 150 colleges from across the nation represented by well-dressed and prepared admissions workers, the event drew a multitude of attendees from several high schools in the area. Before attendees walked thro...

A weary walkout at HHS

Students in New York City participating in the National School Walkout. (Photo credit: Reuters/Shannon Stapleton)


April 24, 2018

n Friday, April 20, students orchestrated the second national walkout protesting school gun violence, which was also the 19th anniversary of the mass shooting at Columbine High School. The first walkout, which occured on March 14, was a huge success as students from all across the country poured ou...

Humans of Huntley | Colin Stevenson

Stevenson having a priest listen to music he likes. (Photo courtesy of C. Stevenson.)

Emily Kindl

March 19, 2018

his is sophomore Colin Stevenson. To many of the people he encounters, they see a creative and talkative guy. He makes music. He loves it so much, and it’s quite a comfort to him especially when he wants to disconnect. Stevenson is in several bands; he owns a keyboard and a drumset, and can program mu...

Humans of Huntley | Kasia Zajac

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Emily Kindl

February 22, 2018

This is senior Kasia Zajac. She is an introverted (but kind) girl to the common eye. She processes many things internally and claims she is quite an emotional person. She can cry at anything, feels the emotional pain others feel when she sees it occurring, and cares about others more than herself. ...

Marta Sobey follows passions on and off the field

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Skylar Sharkey

February 12, 2018

HS teacher Marta Sobey, approaching the end of her first full year teaching mathematics, is someone who managed to incorporate both of her passions in her everyday job. "I went to Trinity International University and played for the women’s soccer team for four years," Sobey said. "It was one of...

The story behind the seeds

One out of many seedlings in the Tower Gardens. (Image credit: Raider Nation News.)

Emily Kindl

January 31, 2018

On Thursday, Jan. 18, as students passed or walked through the cafeteria, their peripheral vision caught a glimpse of bright fluorescent lighting in the left corner of the space. When their curious minds searched for the source of light, their eyes laid on three peculiar looking towers with the fluores...