I was rabid last week. I foamed at the mouth 11 days ago and went out to get my hands on a copy of the new Wii U (Don’t know what that is? Check out my preview). Things went pretty well.
It’s a plague that travels through the halls Huntley, affecting students, both dedicated and less than so. It destroys kids. Each year it escalates around the end of April. It’s a pandemic. It affects millions of kids in schools across the nation, rendering them completely unable to study, do homework, or even pay attention in […]
On Friday, April 13, senior Sydney Hellgeth received a frantic phone call from her father. He told her that she needed to call a woman from Woodstock that instant. When she did, Hellgeth was told she was one of nine recipients of the Helen Wright Woodstock Fine Arts Scholarship. The scholarship was worth $1,000. “I […]
On May 25 at 7:30 p.m., Student Council (STUCO) will host their first drive-in movie. The STUCO board decided on showing the classic 80’s film that casts a young Matthew Broderick playing hooky from school and singing Wayne Newton in the Von Steuben Day Parade.
Science Olympiad is lead by Evan Flynn, Zeeshan Faizal, and Priyanka Damarla.
Freshman Emily Benz, freshman Linda Kay Haddad, and sophomore Olivia Krewer are the only students from Huntley High School to win the Read for a Lifetime Achievement Award issued by Secretary of State and State Librarian Jesse White this year.
The forceful thumping of the tennis ball that Max Pilkerton pounded onto the asphalt matched the thumping of his heartbeat during his most memorable match of his sophomore year. Adrenaline pumped through his veins, pushing him to play with more vigor, more fight, and more effort in every swing. “Good shot,” said his friendly, dark-skinned […]
It is the last day of school. You can’t wait to sleep in, relax, and forget about school. No more math, no more science, no more writing, and no more reading. Usually, this is true, but starting this year every grade in District 158 will have summer reading.