Friday, January 19, 2018

Dancing to Success

In November of 2012, sophomore Anissa Mosquera prepared to dance in Disney World. Anissa’s dance team got the amazing opportunity to perform in the Christmas Parade down Main Street in Orlando, Florida. Mosquera started dancing when she was four years...
By Caleigh Roleck Most students would rather be at home, but junior Crystal Zelinske is glad to be able to attend a full day of school. She barely went to school her freshman year and first semester of sophomore year....
On a normal, kick-back-and-relax day, Dan Jennings plays softball, basketball, and goes to the city to meet friends. But those days do not happen often.

Everyone can cheer

In May 2012, Huntley High School varsity cheerleader Lexi Gardocki approached the Huntley Cheer Association with an idea for a new cheer team, a special needs cheer team. The board agreed to the idea and Gardocki set out to form the team.
From sectionals to state, and from district to nationals, senior Brian Goldfarb is making Huntley High School history on the Huntley High Speech Team. His most recent accomplishments include third place in IHSA and his national qualification in the...
The Day of Silence is a day for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people to show pride in who they are by symbolizing the silence that many of this community have to hold against the slurs and abuse they deal with from others who simply do not understand.