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The Horizon Sun

Lunchtime or Clubtime?

Emily Christian, Columnist

December 1, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Clubs, Student Opinion, Uncategorized

One of the most popular club slots is during lunch, and these clubs generally have around the same attendance as their after-school counterparts. They are beneficial when considering the average student’s schedule, but lunch is also a time to eat food with friends and interact socially, more than ju...

I Survived Model UN: Tales from Horizon Honors Delegates

Naya Johnson, Columnist

November 3, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Clubs

This past Saturday, the Horizon Honors Model United Nations team had the opportunity to compete in the Westwood Model United Nations (WMUN) conference at Westwood High School. The team consisted of six members: freshman Ben Brady, sophomore Nicole Johnson, sophomore Allison Hale, sophomore Sarai Crawford,...

They Just Want to Have “MUN”

Naya Johnson, Columnist

October 29, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Clubs, Events, Featured People

Whenever I mention the Model UN club, not only am I greeted with puzzled expressions, but also with intrigue. Students who are curious will ask questions concerning its purpose, and will oftentimes find themselves even more confused by the various events that take place during a conference. The common...

Let’s Get Magical!

Xander Sharpe, Columnist

October 29, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Clubs

Horizon Honors is known for having great clubs, and Harry Potter Club is one of the best additions yet. The club has different “lessons” every time the club meets and they’re all based on real classes in the “Harry Potter” universe (including the books and movies). This club also does crafts and ...

Movie Watchers of America Comes to Horizon Honors

Matt Butler, Columnist

October 6, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Clubs

Horizon is known for their vast variety of clubs that appeal to almost every student’s interest. There are clubs for everything ranging from baking to Harry Potter.  Movie Watchers of America was started by a few students that believed that they could make an impact on other people through movies....

What’s Shakin’, Bakin’?

Emily Christian, Columnist

October 6, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Clubs

The smell of fresh-baked cookies straight from the oven is always mouth-watering. Imagine that now, and every Friday after school in Spanish teacher Shannon Barden’s classroom. If that sounds great to you, Baking Club is here to make your dreams come true. Plan, bake, and enjoy your own creations di...

The New Alternative to “College, Career, and Life”

The New Alternative to “College, Career, and Life”

Naya Johnson, Columnist

October 6, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Clubs

In the past, Horizon Honors students turned to the “College, Career, and Life” (CCL) elective taught by Christi Britt when seeking advice and instruction in preparing for the future. The class has been said to be especially beneficial to the students taking it, and essential to the well-being of ...

Seniors’ Student Council Stories

Kylee Golden, Columnist

May 4, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Clubs, Featured People, Showcase, Uncategorized

The seniors on student council gave advice to future students interested in participating to come and also talked about some of the best moments during their time at Horizon Honors. The Horizon Sun: What is your position in student council? Joey Vitagliano, senior: Senior class president.   Giu...

Fun and Creativity Unfold At Horizon Honors Origami Club

Fun and Creativity Unfold At Horizon Honors Origami Club

Pradyoth Velagapudi, Columnist

April 6, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Clubs, Showcase, Uncategorized

John Minium, a seventh grader, started Horizon Honors’ Origami Club to share his passion for folding artful and impressive creations out of paper. Here is an exclusive interview with Minium, Horizon Honors’ origami master. The Horizon Sun: What is Origami Club exactly? What do students get to do there?...

Project Group 2.0: Individual Learning, Growth, and Creation

Pradyoth Velagapudi, Columnist

February 23, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Clubs, Showcase, Uncategorized

Project Group 2.0 is an after school club for middle and intermediate school students. It is essentially a second project group, for those who miss the Project Group class in elementary school. Brad Skaggs, the club coordinator and 5-6 science teacher, describes the club’s activities and goals (interview...

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