March, 2015

 

Celebrating International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day was Sunday, March 8. This day is significant globally because of the restrictions legislation, policies and societal norms put on women to silence us.


Advisories need advice

There is an epidemic in Heritage—the epidemic of boring advisories. You can identify these sad happenings by certain characteristics that bad advisories always have.


Speech and Debate comes to an end

Heritage Speech and Debate meetings come to a close this year after their State competition on March 20-21.


Heritage student enlists in Air Force


Heritage Student Devan Walsh ’15 has made the decision to enlist in the United States Air Force after graduation in May. Walsh was officially sworn into the military on Thursday, February 26.


Traveling again

After taking nine students to England, France and Italy last summer, Ms. Jackie Peach is preparing for it again, this time to Spain and Portugal.


Senioritis affecting Heritage

Second semester, infamously known for slacking off that occurs at Heritage High School, presents itself once again with a new batch of “senioritis”.


Trail blazes through Richmond

From February 13-16, Marleena Trail, a Heritage student, traveled to Richmond, Virginia to compete in the annual Junior Olympic Fencing Championships.


Ubowski takes the stage


In the spring production of Grease, a special guest made an appearance as the Teen Angel. Nate Ubowski, English teacher and theatre Tech Director, took the stage to surprise the audience.


Why cheating is on the rise

The average high school student experiences a myriad of pressures in school: there is the pressure to take more AP classes, pressure to have a strong GPA and pressure to score highly on the ACT and SAT.


Tortilla Soup with a dollop of deliciousness


This recipe that has been altered many times to fit the event the Kelley family is doing on a given day and it has been around for generations.