Student News for Horizon Honors Secondary School

The Horizon Sun

Student News for Horizon Honors Secondary School

The Horizon Sun

Student News for Horizon Honors Secondary School

The Horizon Sun


Middle School Travel Club in front of the National Archives.

Middle School Travel Club Trip to Washington D.C.

Eli Geist, Erin McGinty, and Jameson Kowalski March 28, 2024

Over spring break, members of the Horizon Honors Middle School Travel Club embarked on a five-day trip to the nation's capital, Washington D.C. The students got to explore monuments, memorials, museums,...

Domenica Alberca Escobar (left) and Colton Johnston (right) wait to audition for Beauty and the Beast.

Getting Ready for “Beauty and the Beast”

Rochelle Georges, Columnist January 17, 2024

Before Disney made “Beauty and the Beast” into a movie, it was originally a novel by Gabrielle-Suzanne de Villeneuve in 1740, according to Screenrant. “Beauty and the Beast” is about a prince who...

Bye Bye Birdie was an amazing experience.

Bye, Bye, “Bye Bye Birdie!”

Theo McShane, Editor of Features and Extras May 11, 2023

On April 28, the Horizon Honors Secondary Theatre Arts program opened for their musical “Bye Bye Birdie.” After working and rehearsing for several months, actors and tech crew were thrilled to show...

A plarn mat, which is one of the ways to get community service hours.

Community Service Around Campus

Sarah Kerr, Columnist February 17, 2023

Horizon Honors students are required to graduate with a total of 160 hours of community service, divided into 40 hours per year. That large time commitment can be hard to achieve for some, but there are...

Celebrating Black History Month allows Americans to more full appreciate the legacy of Black citizens.

The Significance of Black History Month

Melissa Sayadinejad, Columnist February 9, 2023

For some, this month is simply the month of February. For others, though, this is a month worth remembering because a significant amount of history has been made throughout it. This month is Black History...

Buy your Kindness Krew t-shirt today!

Kindness Krew T-Shirts

Nessah Wendt, Columnist December 13, 2020

The Kindness Krew has been a club at Horizon for a couple of years now, and has had many fundraisers and sales in the past. This year, they are kicking it off with a new t-shirt design as a way to spread...

Kindness Krew 2020-2021 poster designed by Kayli Taylor

Horizon Kindness

Abbi Prieto, Columnist October 18, 2020

Everybody needs a little kindness. The members of Horizon Honors Kindness Krew are ensuring this by spreading a little kindness every day. The Kindness Krew has been around for four to five years and was...

Girls Who Code encourages middle and high school girls to pursue programming careers.

Rewriting the Code

Carsten Oyer, Editor-in-Chief February 23, 2020

Horizon Honors recently launched a chapter of the Girls Who Code club. Although the institution spans the country, few understand the larger mission of the organization: “to close the gender gap in technology...

Crafting Calligraphy

Jolie Flack, Columnist December 7, 2019

Few realize the amount of time and effort it takes to master a skill in our fast-moving world. In many cases, people give up their craft too soon. Calligraphy is one of those unique skills that takes lots...

A Perfectly Balanced Workload

Max Larsen, Sports Editor May 15, 2019

A common misconception about extracurriculars is that having extra activities will interfere with the amount of school work you get done. However, I have noticed that the more involved I am with sports...

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