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The math team poses with their first-place trophy.

Math team adds win after win

Huntley's math team takes first place at Jan. 28 invite.
By Nicolette Radzinski
February 1, 2023

The 2:26 p.m. bell sees most students rushing out towards the school parking lot to get home for the day. However, there is a handful who turn the other...

If students are not able to meet with their own teacher, Raider Aid is another helpful resource for students to work on test corrections with other math teachers.

Finding the median in remediation

The differences in remediation policies cause students to feel stressed out and confused during the process.
By Irene Banerjee
November 2, 2022

The math curriculum at HHS is constant with its structure: students must take Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II to fulfill the graduation requirement....

The Math Team joins together with their first place plaque.

Great minds, congruent thoughts

The Huntley High School Math Team competes in their first home meet of the year.
By Taryn Rainey
October 30, 2022

The sheets of test paper are passed out to the teenagers all sitting in a row. A second paper is passed around as scratch paper for their work. It is just...

Many students cannot decide their feelings on the Mathia program. (A. Le)

The ongoing frustration with Mathia

New math curriculum creates boredom and repetitiveness in class
By Anna Karpinski
October 18, 2022

Kids pile into their math classes curious about what they will be learning in class. The teacher knows the class's reaction to what they are about to say...

Huntley’s freshmen-sophomore team receiving their second-place medals.
(D. Cairns)

Math Team’s smarts sums up to success

Huntley’s math team competes at the Hononegah Invite on Jan. 29.
By Delaney Cairns
January 31, 2022

The yellow bus rolled out of the parking lot at 7 a.m. with 20 of Huntley High School’s best math students. They were headed to their meet at Hononegah...

Math teacher Rebecca Godez solving an equation on the whiteboard

You matter because she says so

Rebbeca Godez starts off 2022 as HHS’s newest and happiest math teacher.
By Dylan Palczynski
January 19, 2022

Recently, teachers and students across Huntley High School have identified a shooting star traveling across the school. Starting from the upper West Wing...

Courtesy of Amanda Sarrol

Students struggling with math tests need more preparation

By Amanda Sarrol
October 22, 2021

With students back at school for about three months, many of them are having trouble adjusting to the academic differences between remote and in-person...

The HHS Math Team studies for the Grant HS Invite (L. Jenkins)

Math Team comes out on top at Grant HS Invite

By Bri Governale
December 5, 2016

On Dec. 3 the Huntley High School Math Team competed in the Grant High school Invite. It was yet another successful completion for the team. The team...

Roller sits and works on his math homework.

Growing in Math… Perhaps Exponentially

By Emily Kindl
November 4, 2016

What? Why? How? Those are the reactions that senior William Roller has received many times when he reveals his love and passion for math. Some may think...

A desire to learn

A desire to learn

By Mohammed Syed
December 13, 2015

ome things in life are hard to get through, but doing so makes a person successful.  One of these things is getting a PhD.  Although many teachers do...

Math Team members Jeff Chan and James Cannalte discuss a problem after their individual competition.

Math Team takes first in FVC competition

By Kyle Sommerfield
January 22, 2014

  This is a year of renewal for Huntley High School’s math team.  With the program’s “founding fathers” graduating in 2013 and math...

Krafting with Kris

Krafting with Kris

By Holly Baldacci
November 16, 2012

When hazy, humid summers roll in, a peaceful atmosphere falls over McHenry County. School is out, kids spend their days running through sprinklers and...

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