The Voice

Advocacy for Year-Round Schooling

Austin Stadie

October 10, 2017

Having such long breaks over the summer is a thing of the past. They were originally intended to give students a break during the hotter months of the year in order to combat problems like heat exhaustion. However, almost every school now has central cooling, so why have more schools not adopted a year-round s...

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...

A change of scenery

A change of scenery

Trisha Fritz

January 30, 2015

t is a dream to move out of state. Maybe down south to somewhere warmer where the sunshine never seems to end. But what about the things that go into moving? Dropping everything, leaving your family and friends behind, and starting a new are all of the hard things involved with moving. Everything th...

Enjoy your summer vacation!

Enjoy your summer vacation!

May 23, 2014

The Voice will  be running a limited operation during the summer, so enjoy the sunshine and look for updated content in the fall!

NHS welcomes new members, changes

NHS welcomes new members, changes

Holly Baldacci

October 30, 2013

Today, Huntley High School’s National Honor Society welcomed its newest 82 members in a candlelight induction ceremony that focused on the four pillars of NHS leadership. The ceremony, which took place in the Performing Arts Center from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., was led by first-year NHS sponsor Me...

Huntley High School Homecoming 2013

Huntley High School Homecoming 2013

Angelica Cataldo

October 6, 2013

After Huntley High’s huge win against Prairie Ridge at the Homecoming football game, school pride was  at an all-time high, but the school spirit did not stop at the game. Huntley High School’s Homecoming Dance was themed  “Raider Nation- This is Our Year.” The dance floor was decorated in...

HHS hosts iLead seminar

HHS hosts iLead seminar

Holly Baldacci

February 10, 2013

Yesterday, Huntley High School hosted an iLead (“Illinois Leadership Enhancement and Development”) seminar to foster leadership abilities and critical thinking in high school students. The program was arranged for Huntley by junior Michelle Caputi, who was inspired to bring the four hour seminar...

Huntley sends Wolves packing, wins 56-30

Huntley sends Wolves packing, wins 56-30

Tom Heagney

January 30, 2013

Huntley overcame a sluggish start offensively to topple Fox Valley Conference opponent Prairie Ridge 56-30 on Wednesday night. The Raiders started off slow, scoring only 11 points in the first quarter and trailing the Wolves. At the end of the quarter, Huntley coach Marty Manning had a fiery talk...

First jobs: just ask Kira

First jobs: just ask Kira

Jessica Chalas

December 30, 2012

(Photo courtesy of MCT Campus) Okay, so I know I said you should crawl through an internship before walking into a job, but a lot of students these days don’t see the point. Honestly, I don’t either when it comes to the menial I’m-just-bored-and-want-some-cash job. You shouldn’t need four years...

Colorado state of mind

Colorado state of mind

Omo Tseumah

December 21, 2012

Gail Malecki was uprooted from the life she had become accustomed to for the past 17 years, to something new. Malecki spent her whole lifeliving in Colorado, attending Castle View High School. “We moved just to be closer to family,” said Malecki. She had to leave the live she knew and spend...

An oral history of Dave Johnson and the legacy he will leave behind

An oral history of Dave Johnson and the legacy he will leave behind

Marek Makowski

December 21, 2012

Rochelle Hewlett: We were both hired in the same year, 1995.  We started when there were 300 students in the entire high school, a very different environment.  We grew together, if you will, from a very small school to a very large school. Jay Teagle: This is my 17th year. Hewlett: When I started...

School