Gideon Baker

March 13, 2020

The alma mater that has been sung for the past 15 years by thousands of students has just been completely reinvented by senior choir and Lighthouse member Gideon Baker.  “Honestly at the last Homecoming we did the alma mater at the end and when we were practicing we were all just figuring out what we were going to do harm...

Multiple Sports

March 13, 2020

Arriving at home after a long day of learning and practices, it’s finally time to relax. Not the case for student athletes here at school. The school doesn’t only apply importance to education, but also to athletics. Every student has the chance to be part of a team ranging from football to debate. According to colleg...

Where’s Wallace?

March 13, 2020

With everyone yelling at the referee for calling a foul that you can’t even find in the rulebook, Wally the wildcat is being forgotten in a closet and looking for someone to fill his shoes. It has been two years since Wally has actually been in constant use. The last person to use Wally to his full potential was Carlos Alv...

The Clayton Factor

March 13, 2020

Sophomore and 15 years old, Clay Arney bought himself a 2016 white Mercedes by buying and reselling shoes online and at shoe selling events. Arney can’t even legally drive alone yet but is working on getting his hardship so that he can finally drive his accomplishment without his parents criticizing his every move.  Arney has ...

Shooting club sponsor shoots self in leg

LAUREN BURGIN

February 4, 2020

Greg Simpson, football coach and CNC teacher, and his youngest daughter, sophomore Audra Simpson, had just finished a relaxing afternoon in Osage Creek during Christmas break when the unthinkable happened. While changing out of his wet clothes, Simpson’s custom made revolver slipped out of his hands and fell to the floor....

Student steps up to do announcements

SAMUEL STEPHENSON

February 4, 2020

HBHS students are settling in to their morning class and the tardy bell rings. The announcement tone rings and over the intercom comes the high pitched, ecstatic voice of Angela Menjibar. This is Angela’s first year doing the announcements. Last year it was Riley Loftin, and she had some big shoes to fill. Angela has recei...

Wildcats decide to go vegan

December 10, 2019

A few of the students here have taken it upon themselves to research and change their diets to something healthier for the body. One teacher has a deeper story than just a healthy lifestyle. Art teacher Vicki Delozier has taken it upon herself to change her lifestyle because of something tragic that happened within her family...

Powering through pregnancy

December 10, 2019

Lizbeth Asencio spent the second half of her sophomore year trudging up and down the stairs while being pregnant. Now a senior, Asencio has stayed in school and continues to raise her son. “I got pregnant when I was 16 years old,” Asencio said, “It was my sophomore year. I found out maybe around November or October, and...

E-Sports on the rise

November 11, 2019

Sophomore Clark Green finishes a CSGO match at his house, practicing for possible competitive matches in the future. Green is a member of the Har-Ber ESports team, which competes in multiple games at competitions. “I joined the club because I thought it would be a new opportunity to meet new people who had similar interest...

Teachers showing their school spirit

November 11, 2019

Rachel Cockrell, STUCO sponsor, scrolls through Pinterest looking for spirit week ideas. She then picks the best ones and begins looking for outfits at Target, Goodwill, and TJ Max.  “We need a few things at this school that only serve the purpose of goofy fun. Everything doesn't have to always be academic,” Cockrell ...

National Merit Scholars

November 11, 2019

National Merit Scholar Finalist is a title bestowed upon a few students nationally every year. While the finalists have not yet been announced, two semi finalists walk through these very halls. All high school juniors take the PSAT, then the top 16,000 students (roughly those scoring in the top 0.5% of all PSAT scores) are de...

Students to graduate early

November 11, 2019

In February of this year, Mariana and her family received heartbreaking news that would change their lives. Mariana’s father, Julio Garcia, was found to have two tumors in his lung. Her father was in Arkansas at the time but then went to Mexico to receive further treatment. This devastating news lead Garcia to make a life...

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