Horizon Sun Leaders Part of Elite Group to Attend ASU’s Cronkite Summer Institute

Horizon Sun Leaders Part of Elite Group to Attend ASU's Cronkite Summer Institute

Alexa Geidel, Editor in Chief

April 8, 2015

The Horizon Sun is delighted to announce that two rising seniors and one rising junior have been selected to attend the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at ASU's Summer Journalism Institute. Juniors Zach Asato and Natori Cruz and sophomore Kelleigh Hogan (as an alternate) will rep...

Alum Contribution: Kirchgessner Names 2014’s Top Ten Films

Brian Kirchgessner, Alum, Guest Columnist

February 1, 2015

Another year for movies has come and gone, and on the whole, 2014 was another really strong one. As with any given year, there was quite a bit of [garbage], but if you were making an assessment based on the quality of the good movies, it's hard to not walk into 2015 greatly impressed overall. While ...

Lady Eagles Show HH Values on Court

Arlayna Schooley, Columnist

January 28, 2015

Horizon Honors’ JV Girls Basketball was in it to win it against Valley Christian on Tuesday, January 27,at 3 p.m., and intensity was high from both teams. In the first quarter, freshman Kenzie Knippers took a charge, but fell short. After two quick rebounds from sophomore Lauren Roberts, sophomore...

Social Anxiety a Reality

Anon Ymous, Guest Columnist

December 3, 2014

Social anxiety is real. It’s different than being introverted, but when you are both, your life basically revolves around avoiding people in general. Most people treat social anxiety like it’s a made up disorder for shy people to say they have. Social Anxiety is, summed up into two broad ideas, the f...

Teen Jobs

Anon Ymous, Guest Columnist

December 2, 2014

Teen jobs are stressed a little too much. Being a teen myself, it is unbelievably difficult to balance school, extra activities, and a job. I understand however that kids need money and adults believe that a job helps them to be independent for future means. However, I don't believe some adults really...

The Dress Code

Anon Ymous, Guest Columnist

November 25, 2014

Something that has been brought to my attention at our Horizon Honors is people pushing the limits on the dress code. Yes, the office sends out reminders in the announcements that leggings aren’t permitted unless the shirt is long enough, or you aren’t allowed to wear jackets with words or logos on ...

The Sun?

Anon Ymous

November 24, 2014

What’s the point of a newspaper if no one reads it? A newspaper is kind of like a mansion, each room being a different article. There are many things to look at and people go from room to room, eventually getting lost in their own discoveries. What’s the point of a mansion if no one goes in it?...

The Practicality Test

Anon Ymous

November 24, 2014

Often I hear about the importance of tests in high school and how they will affect my opportunities to enroll in colleges and universities. The test that I am urged to study for is the SAT, created by the College Board. This test has been used as one of the pillars for college admissions for as long ...

Alum Interview: Ja’han Jones

Horizon Honors alum Ja'han Jones gives the thumbs up to moving to NYC and working for one of the most elite media organizations in the world.

September 23, 2014

HS: Give us some details about your history at Horizon – how long were you here, what were your extra-curriculars, etc. JJ:  I began attending Horizon Community Learning Center in 2000 and graduated from Horizon Honors High School in 2010. While attending Horizon Honors, I played saxophone in Hor...

Here Comes the Sun

Bennett Wood, Guest Columnist

September 7, 2014

Ok, I really wanted this to be anonymous, but I don't really want to spend the time finding a website that sends anonymous emails. I would rather just speak my mind then pretend to not care. Nonetheless, the subject speaks for itself. And I know for a fact that I am NOT the only one. ...