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New club Model United Nations brings international events to the classroom

New club Model United Nations brings international events to the classroom

Mady Borst

October 12, 2018

Model United Nations is a new club at Huntley High School for the 2018-19 school year, and it provides students with global awareness, life-long skills, and memorable experiences.   Todd Swartzloff, who teaches AP US History, AP US History Blended, and Current Issues, is the sponsor for Model UN...

College fair provides stepping stones for students on the search

College fair provides stepping stones for students on the search

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...

Buddies Club celebrates with Thanksgiving themed social

Buddies Club celebrates with Thanksgiving themed social

miriamselimi

November 21, 2017

n Wednesday Nov. 15, about 40 Huntley High School students gather in the passive commons to participate in a Buddies Club Social. The students bowl, make crafts, eat chocolate covered pretzels, and play Uno. Grace Kalischefski, Penelope Reyes, and Sammy Martell, three sophomores who are part of Bu...

District 158 Board of Education Meeting Highlights Student Achivements

District 158 Board of Education Meeting Highlights Student Achivements

Emma Kubelka

April 23, 2017

Huntley school district 158 held a board meeting on April 20, 2017. The Board of Education meeting took place as usual, recognizing students, donation discussions, and action plans. Six students were recognized from the Principal advisory committee at Huntley high school. These students ranged from ...

Students of Business and Technology sell goods, learn sales techniques

Students of Business and Technology sell goods, learn sales techniques

Ashley O'Brien

December 7, 2015

he commons area was crowded with more excitement than usual, as students of the Business and Technology class sold goods to students during fourth, fifth, and sixth hour on Thursday Dec. 3 on Entrepreneur Day. "You get to learn how to be a business person," said freshman Nikolas Wise. "[You get to...

Restaurant Review: Burnt Toast offers an enjoyable experience to all

Restaurant Review: Burnt Toast offers an enjoyable experience to all

Mawa Iqbal

April 21, 2015

t was the end of our days of relaxation and freedom, so my dad decided to take me and my brother out to Sunday brunch at Burnt Toast. Our highly-anticipated long weekend ended in a high, delicious note. The line, as expected on a Sunday afternoon, stretched past the front doors and into the parking lo...

Song of the Week: “Move Along” leaves a sense of inspiration to the finishing school year

Song of the Week: “Move Along” leaves a sense of inspiration to the finishing school year

Courtney Thomas

April 21, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XleOkGsYgO8 he song “Move Along” by the All-American Rejects keeps playing on the radio and I keep wondering why. I think it keeps playing to remind us that school is almost over and all we can do is keep pushing until summer. I know I am struggling to get through th...

The Voice: 2014 Senior Issue

The Voice: 2014 Senior Issue

May 16, 2014

http://issuu.com/huntleyvoice/docs/senior_issue

From the swamp to the stage

From the swamp to the stage

Holly Baldacci

April 9, 2014

For the next few days in the Performing Arts Center, a replica of Shrek’s swampy home-sweet-home will lurk at the left of Huntley High School’s stage, and Princess Fiona’s childhood tower will perch on the right. The stage is set for the Thursday premiere of “Shrek the Musical,” this ye...

A time for tolerance

A time for tolerance

Holly Baldacci

March 11, 2014

In a world of constant hustle and bustle, it can be hard to slow down and really appreciate the people around you. Throughout my time in high school, I’ve observed a lot of great social interactions where people are accepting and even appreciative of others. Unfortunately, I’ve also observed a lot...

Huntley choir prepares for IHSA Solo & Ensemble competition

Huntley choir prepares for IHSA Solo & Ensemble competition

Holly Baldacci

March 6, 2014

Tonight from 6:00 to just after 9:00, Huntley’s choir performed their Third Quarter Solo/Ensemble Concert, which featured multiple genres of music ranging from classic Italian pieces to modern Broadway ballads. In total, 49 songs were performed. This concert differs from any past concerts that Huntley’s...

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