More to Homecoming than a Game

More to Homecoming than a Game

January 18, 2013

Horizon Honors alum, Tyler Popescu (class of 2012) takes some time during the Homecoming games to chat with Horizon Honors middle school student, Cameron Klein (7). These are the moments that make Horizon Honors a community.

Soaked at Spring Fling

Mrs. Benedict braces for her first dunk at Horizon's annual Spring Fling.

January 9, 2013

Mrs. Benedict, Horizon Honors math teacher, prepares to get soaked at Spring Fling 2012 as lines of students gather to dunk their favorite teachers. This year, Spring Fling will be held on March 15.

Fall Production is a Roaring Success

The cast of The Mouse that Roared

Evan Rosser, Columnist

December 13, 2012

Horizon Honors put on another fantastic show this fall, The Mouse That Roared. This play was a comedic satire about a small European country called Grand Fenwick that is in a financial crisis on account of their one trade item, wine, being mass produced in California and being sold at half their price....

Interview With A Superfan

Interview With A Superfan

Aaron Ruacho, Columnist, 2010-2013

December 12, 2012

At a Horizon Honors home game, you will see people with their faces painted, singing, and generally going crazy. They do much more than just the bare minimum to show their spirit, and it is always enjoyable to watch what they do. These people are sometimes referred to as superfans, and Horizon Honors...

Student Spotlight: Soha Ghanian

Used with permission by Soha Ghanian

Alex Dockery, Columnist, 2012-2013

December 10, 2012

It’s no surprise that while most people were sitting in their rooms spending obscene amounts of time on the internet this summer, Soha Ghanian, grade 12, was  immersed in research. She spent her time at the Barrow Neurological Institute, studying and researching neural stem cells in animal models with m...

Artifacts in Mythology

Spencer Knippers, grade 11; Sam Walker, grade 12; and Kelly Lockett, grade 11 watch as Tyler Wright, grade 11, creates a ceramic artifact in Mythology.

December 9, 2012

Spencer Knippers (11), Sam Walker (12), and Kelly Lockett (11) watch Tyler Wright-Klepfer (11) as she makes an artifact in Mythology. She and her classmates have spent the year learning about myths, legends, folklore, and histories from around the world. Using these ideas as starting points, the class...

Teacher Interview: Mr. Vitagliano


Carter Robinson, Editor, Campus Life

December 8, 2012

Mr.Vitagliano is a rare teacher, one who genuinely strives to inspire his students. His combination of empathy and excitement makes him an excellent teacher. His life experience prior to teaching has prepared him to become a skilled mentor; before becoming a teacher, he worked at a psychiatric hospital wh...

Bids for Kids

Used with permission by Horizon Honors

Alex Dockery, Columnist, 2012-2013

November 12, 2012

If you are a member of the Horizon Honors family it is very likely that you have seen posters taped all over the school talking about Bids for Kids. If by some chance you haven’t heard anything about Bids for Kids, here’s all the information you need. Bids for Kids is a fundraiser to raise money for...


Alum Riley Fitzgerald was known for his school spirit and eagle-inspired garb, which he has passed on to his sisters.

Amanda Peterson

October 19, 2010

The Horizon Honors values are learn, believe, dream, and dare, and within the Horizon community there are many groups of students who embody those values. There are also many groups only found at Horizon, and together they coalesce into an entirely unique Horizon culture. A member of this culture is...