The Voice

The Voice

The Voice

Arianna Joob

Arianna Joob, Editor in Chief

Arianna Joob is a Co-Editor in Chief of The Voice, and it is her third year on staff. In her free time, she enjoys swimming, kayaking, driving boats, going to the gym, spending time outside, listening to music, and hanging out with friends.

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Parents and students gather to watch the musicians perform at the event.

Euphonious experience in support of the band program

HHS spent a night among stars as middle school and high school band students performed
February 6, 2023

One blustery afternoon in February, Huntley High School’s band boosters hosted a fundraiser called Night Among the Stars. The event was held on Saturday,...

Huntley girl varsity sweeps the court. (A. Joob)

Hoops, they did it again!

Varsity girls basketball beats Cary Grove 59-46.
December 7, 2022
Whats in your backpack: Episode 2

What’s in your backpack: Episode 2

Join Arianna as she asks students at HHS what is in their backpack!
December 2, 2022

Whats in your backpack: Episode 1

What’s in your backpack: Episode 1

Join Arianna Joob as she asks three students about the items in their backpacks.
October 17, 2022

Green poses with his car that he got all the way from South Dakota.

New member of the classic car club

Teacher Max Green buys a 1953 Kaiser Manhattan, joining the network of classic car owners
October 16, 2022

On one of the first days of fall and when it was just beginning to feel brisk outside, teenager Max Green arrived home. He sluggishly walked up to the...

Courtesy of District 158

Shifting to Schoology and other parent concerns

Preview of the Board of Education meeting on March 17
March 21, 2022

The monthly District 158 Board of Education Meeting took place on Thursday, March 17. The meeting was started with the Pledge of Allegiance given by five...

The attendance office located by door one is where the secretaries figure out teacher and student absences.

Reality of the attendance line

Hundreds of attendance calls lead to overflow.
January 13, 2022

On a cold, winter day you rush to door one, fling the first door open, and scramble to get inside. The corridor hits you with a wave of hot, dry air. You...

Claudia Zuniga has thrived being in online school her junior and senior years.

School is not always one size fits all

Claudia Zuniga transferring to online school has been one of the best decisions of her life.
November 19, 2021

When you think of a teenager’s life, school seems to be the main thing that their life revolves around. It is not just school, but it is more specifically...

The freshman B team lined up on the sidelines.

Freshman B football team defeats South in their last game of the season

October 26, 2021

A cold, windy afternoon on Oct. 25 was when the freshman B football team had their last game of the season. Parents flooded the stands with their blankets,...

Crumbl Cookies- Worth the Hype?

Crumbl Cookies- Worth the Hype?

May 10, 2021

Downtown Schaumburg contains many new and popular places, these include places like Crumbl Cookies, Bearology, and the Amazon Fresh grocery store. Making...

Courtesy of District158.org

BOE Meeting on April 15

April 18, 2021

Another District 158 Board of Education meeting started around 6 p.m. on Thursday. The board members sat down and awaited the start of the live-streamed...

Finding fulfillment through dance

Finding fulfillment through dance

February 8, 2021

Waking up early on a brisk morning, going on the school bus, and driving to dance competitions is what many people on the dance team did prior to COVID-19. One...

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What is the future of Netflix?

December 3, 2020

It is 5 p.m. and already dark outside. You run upstairs to your room to escape the gloominess of the winter months. So, you hop into bed, grab the remote,...

courtesy of A. Joob

What’s going on at Tom’s Farm Market during COVID-19

October 29, 2020

The bright orange and red leaves flutter to the ground. The sun rises later in the morning and sets earlier at night. Some mornings, a white snowy frost...

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