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


Officer Martin from Horizon Honors educates students about how to remain safe.

Arizona Department of Education Decides To Add More Police Officers In Schools

Kate Henning, Columnist November 3, 2023

Despite a shortage of officers in the state, State Superintendent Tom Horne gave grants to schools so they could get school resource officers, and a majority of those were filled, but not all of them....

Title 42 has officially expired.

Title 42 Ends While the Biden Administration Ramps up Border Restrictions

Canon Grant, Political Analyst May 17, 2023

According to AZCentral, Title 42 ended May 11, 2023; it was a public health policy that restricted immigration for three years during the pandemic. Title 42 was adopted by former President Donald Trump...

The University of Arizona Tech Park, one of many tech developments that have popped up all around the valley.

Big Tech Comes to Arizona

Jameson Kowalski, Columnist April 19, 2023

The Phoenix metropolitan area has quickly become one of the fastest growing industrial locations in all of the United States. A large portion of the growth can be credited to the significant amounts of...

Arizona Speedway just days before closing on Nov. 30, 2021.

The Speedy Shutdown of Arizona Race Tracks

Jameson Kowalski, Columnist April 7, 2023

Local short track racing has been a large part of American culture for decades. However, the tracks where these races have been held have quickly started to disappear throughout the 2010s. Arizona has...

The entrance to Arizonas own Phoenix Zoo.

The Phoenix Zoo: A Good Destination?

Roya Ghahreman, Columnist March 24, 2023

The Phoenix Zoo is located in Phoenix, Arizona, and has been open to the public since Nov. 12, 1962. It has changed a lot since then, from opening up new and larger enclosures for animals such as orangutans...

Red for Ed is a movement that seeks to improve education systems.

The Revolution of #RedforEd

Melissa Sayadinejad, Columnist March 2, 2023

An organization, called Red for Ed, is dedicated to giving Arizona's children the schools that they deserve. This movement includes educators, community leaders, principals, superintendents, school board...

Phoenixs own Sky Harbor briefly became the busiest airport after the Super Bowl.

Sky Harbor, the Busiest Airport in the World for One Day

Jameson Kowalski, Columnist February 28, 2023

Phoenix played host to the 2023 Super Bowl, and with that came a spike in air travel at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Sky Harbor is the main airport for the city of Phoenix and the surrounding...

WhereUBean Coffee is just one of the amazing local coffee finds in the Phoenix area.

Underrated Coffee Shops Local to the Valley

Amanda Mourelo, Editor of Student Opinion and Features and Extras February 13, 2023

Everyone knows of the coffee shop Starbucks. It’s the McDonald’s of coffee. According to Comfy Living, about 60 million people in the whole world go to Starbucks every week. However, there are many...

The metaphysical might seem like a small industry, but it can be quite popular.

Phoenix Metaphysical Shops

Sierra Perlmutter, Columnist December 19, 2022

The amount of metaphysical shops in Phoenix might surprise you, but it’s really not that strange considering the growing popularity of tools such as tarot decks, rocks, or sage. The internet has largely...

Antique malls are a great place to find something vintage.

Phoenix Antique Malls

Sierra Perlmutter, Columnist December 1, 2022

Many people find antique malls to be dull or nothing more than half-empty halls filled with dusty dishes. Unfortunately, there are many like this. The good news, though, is that there are also many with...

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