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


Central Park is a place where nature can thrive for human enjoyment.

Preserving Paradise: The Enduring Role of Central Park

Melissa Sayadinejad, Columnist May 11, 2023

The vision and imagination of its architects are evident in Central Park, a sizable green oasis tucked away in the middle of Manhattan. With its 843 acres of varied landscapes, Central Park has grown from...

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...

Air Horse One getting ready for takeoff after loading 12 horses on board.

Air Horse One: The Horse Airline

Jameson Kowalski, Columnist December 19, 2022

The process to get a horse to a race or event is simpler than many think. While most people may assume that horses are transported cross-country on large equestrian trailers, the truth is a lot more interesting...

The middle schoolers on the D.C. trip had a great time over Spring Break.

Middle School Travel Club’s Trip to Washington D.C.

Matlyn McShane, Columnsit April 8, 2022

Over spring break, Horizon Honors Middle School Travel Club took a trip to Washington D.C. They traveled all over D.C, and even ventured two hours out of it to visit Jamestown. Students had lots of fun...

The famous Sedona McDonalds arches.

Weird McDonald’s

Ty Larsen, Columnist May 11, 2021

Sedona is known for its stunning red rock landscape surrounding the area, which means it would only be right for the McDonald’s there to be just as stunning. In an interview with ABC15, Cari Meyer, Senior...

Where to Travel After COVID

Where to Travel After COVID

Julia Tucker, Columnist May 4, 2021

Arcosantis Apse building.

The Story of Arcosanti

Lilly Wolfe, Columnist March 29, 2021

Seventy miles north of Phoenix lies a community with only 65 residents. The captivating architecture of the community surrounded by fig and olive trees resembles that of a science fiction novel. This place...

The natural beauty of South Mountain is breathtaking.

A History of South Mountain

Allister McLeod, Editor of Student Opinion December 11, 2020

South Mountain is one of Arizona’s most popular parks, covering over 16,000 acres of land, and receiving more than a million visitors each year, according to The Arizona Republic. Trails and paths of...

Courtesy of The Verge.

Get Your Scoot On

Amber Fretwell, Columnist April 5, 2019

Around town lying along the streets and sidewalks, there are electronic scooters and bikes that you are able to rent via an app on your phone. Multiple apps are available for Android products and iPhones...

The Best Summer Road Trips of 2018

Selina Fluty, Editor of Student Opinion May 16, 2018

As June 7 approaches, Horizon Honors students have an expanse of weeks without any plans, except maybe a vacation or two. There’ll be days of boredom, never leaving the house, and lots of fun, at least...

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