Amelia Watson ’16 and Joanna Kempton ’16 performed a rap called Alphabet Aerobics during Hullabaloo. The rap is a fast-paced set of rhymes for each letter of the alphabet.
Saturday night is usually not a time of relaxation and time with family for Mr. Kevin Keena; he usually spends his weekend evenings playing gigs in his band. In addition to being an Instructional Technology Specialist at Heritage, Keena plays drums, and taught as a band teacher for a total of sixteen years, eleven of them at our school.
The choir group has completely changed this year for the boys’. The new boys choir group is call the “Alpha Wolf Squadron.” They do a lot more dancing than they did in past years.
Competing in small Jazz and small pom, captains Madyson Marcolina ’16 and Eva Chaffin ’16 lead the Heritage Liberty Belles as they prepare for Nationals in late January.
There’s a big difference between the way life goes and the way we imagine it, especially from the mind of a child.
As the Heritage Varsity Coed Cheerleading team took the mat for the second time during the finals at the CHSAA State Sprit Competition, the team remembered how hard they have worked all season for that moment.
This year, the Eagles look to follow up their impressive lacrosse season. Coming into this year the team is looking to replace five varsity seniors. Heading this year’s lax team are seniors Keaton Komatz and Landon Baird.
On December 12, members of Student Government will give back to the community by helping out the Project Cure Organization.
Every year the marketing class, lead by Bolen, competes regionally against 600 other students in over 50 events like sports marketing, quick serve, restaurant management, finance, and more.