The Voice

The Voice

The Voice

Students attempt to make their decision as the school year continues. CC0 1.0 DEED CC0 1.0 Universal

Class-ic Courses or Advanced Placement

Students are stressed as they wonder whether or not Honors and AP classes are worth it
By Jadyn Sola
November 13, 2023

With course selection for the next school year approaching, many students are debating whether or not they should take advanced or normal classes. Both...

No Home Like the Bo Dome: Episode 1

No Home Like the Bo Dome: Episode 1

Join Taryn Rainey as she talks about softball recruiting with her teammates.
By Taryn Rainey
October 13, 2023

Students toss their caps in the air with excitement as they close a chapter of their life (ShareAlike 4.0 International)

Getting ahead or missing out

Is graduating early a good idea?
By Jadyn Sola
September 25, 2023

After getting ahead and taking many rigorous courses, some students are presented with the option of graduating a semester or even a year early. Is it...

Discussions about the cost of college are stirred up again with seniors applying.

Is college really worth it?

Students and parents have noticed a sudden increase in college tuition, thus making it harder to find affordable schools
By Bailee Borchart
December 5, 2022

9% is the average annual increase for tuition money at four-year public colleges in the United States. As the number keeps going up, the more debt students...

Juniors take the College Board SAT to begin their college journey.

HHS holds SAT testing on April 13

Juniors take the SAT, open new opportunities beyond high school
By Olivia Archer
April 14, 2022

The role of many high school students is to start their education, figure out their life goals, and plan out their future. However, the journey toward...

HHS will offer 16 dual credit courses in the next school year

Huntley takes a step in the right direction with the new dual degree program

Through a partnership with Mchenry County College, HHS students now have the opportunity to graduate with a diploma and an associate degree.
By Ruhi Gulati
December 2, 2021

For many Huntley High School students, attending a university after graduation is the goal. However, for students who cannot afford a chance at higher...

Senior advice for SAT

Senior advice for SAT

By Melina Wsol
March 11, 2021

Without a doubt, most people will agree that this school year has been challenging enough. With trying to navigate zoom, troubleshooting with technology,...

The PSAT Recap

The PSAT Recap

Diving into how the PSAT was.
By Brenden Boyle, Staff Writer
October 15, 2020

On Wednesday, Oct. 14, juniors at Huntley High School took the Preliminary SAT. The PSAT/NMSQT is an assessment that prepares students for the SAT, as...

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College application help from counselors

By Riyana Walker
October 7, 2020

As we all know, COVID-19 has flipped the world upside down; there is not much to be said about that. Life and the normal day to day dynamic has changed.  At...

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How tough should seniors make their schedules?

By Ethan Babicz
February 10, 2020

As senior Ari Saez looked at her class registration page, a smile crept across her face. Her senior year schedule was complete, and it was perfect. Some...

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Transition Services Night offers new opportunities for struggling students

By Natalie VonderHeide
November 7, 2019

The Division of Rehabilitation Services spoke at last night’s District 158 Transitional Service Night regarding their services to students who are looking...

A champion on the field and in the classroom

A champion on the field and in the classroom

By Jaryd Dixon
October 24, 2019

Everyone has a passion, whether it's a sport or something that they simply enjoy. For senior Evan Tocmo, his love for baseball is ultimately shaping his...

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