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

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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,...

An advertisement graphic for the Homecoming Tailgate found in the Secondary Announcements.

Secondary Spirit Week and Homecoming at Horizon Honors

Suhani Singla, Columnist January 19, 2024

On Jan. 22, a spirit week is starting for middle and high schoolers. The spirit week is celebrating the Homecoming dance. Monday is going to start the week off comfy, with a Sweater Weather Day; wear comfortable...

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...

Prom royalty perform their traditional dance.

Great Gatsby, Great Prom

Sripriya Srinivas, Columnist May 17, 2023

A century later, the Roaring Twenties are still an incredibly popular time period aesthetically. It is fitting, then, that this year’s prom theme would be based on a classic taking place in the 1920s,...

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 photo of the survivors lap from last years Relay for Life.

Horizon Honors Gets Its Relay On

Sarah Kerr, Columnist April 13, 2023

Relay for Life is an annual event to raise money in the fight against cancer. Attending the event costs 15 dollars, which is donated to the American Cancer Society to help support it in its efforts. The...

Volunteering at the spring book fair is a great way to help the school.

Volunteers Needed for Spring Book Fair 2023

Sripriya Srinivas, Columnist March 2, 2023

The spring book fair at Horizon Honors is March 6 to March 9 and there are many volunteer opportunities for helping out at school. Mindy Duet is asking for volunteers to help set up, work, and clean up...

Horizon Honors is giving students the opportunity to help in the current blood shortage.

Vitalant Blood Drive

Sripriya Srinivas, Columnist February 17, 2023

The next blood drive at Horizon Honors is on Friday, Feb. 24. You must be 16 or older in order to donate and parental permission is required if you are younger than 18. In order to check further requirements,...

Come to the Sock Hop for a fun night!

1950s Sock Hop

Neev Katz-Tweedy, Columnist February 9, 2023

Sock Hops are 1950s dances usually held in school gymnasiums. According  to Owlcation, “no shoes were worn on the dance floor. The dancers danced in their socks. The original sock hops were held in...

Homecoming 2023 was an amazing dance.

Fly Me to the Moon (or to Homecoming 2023)

Sripriya Srinivas, Columnist February 3, 2023

The “Fly Me to the Moon” homecoming dance took place on Saturday, Jan. 28 at Four Points by Sheraton. The dance was from 7 to 11 p.m, with the homecoming royalty slow dance around 10:40 p.m. The...

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