The Voice

The Voice

The Voice

Many students believe that hiring more counselors would be beneficial to the student body.

Short staffed or overworked?

Students experience difficulties meeting with counselors for a variety of reasons.
By Connor Considine
January 23, 2023

You are preparing for the second semester, and you have most of your classes set up how you want them for spring. But then, you notice that an elective...

Students are instructed to meet with their counselor this year before deciding next years schedule.

Talk to your counselor

Counselors are now recommended to help plan next year’s schedule
By Jasmine Sandhu
December 8, 2022

It is that time of year again. Snowflakes glistening, warm socks, chilly weather, and of course; talking about next year’s schedule for the 2023-24 school...

A picture of the North Pod where juniors and seniors, I-Z, can meet their counselors and request for help.

Advocating for assistance

Huntley High School welcomes three new counselors to the school.
By Chase Keller
September 27, 2022

Bright and early, Jim Messina walks into his West Pod office, mentally prepared for the school day ahead. Dozens of college-themed items surround his room,...

Student Services pods and College and Careers offices offer many resources. (O. Archer)

Students should make use of counselor resources

By Olivia Archer
October 3, 2021

As students return back to school, they are faced with challenges that are not limited to school schedules and mental health. Many counselors are flooded...

The college fair event in action. (Photo credit: @HHScounselors Twitter)

College fair provides stepping stones for students on the search

By 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...

District plans to hire with population increase

By Tyler Davis
March 3, 2012
As the population of Huntley High School and other schools in the district increase, plans to hire more teachers, counselors, and other positions arise.
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