Art has always been a part of Haley Brown’s life, ever since she was in the third grade she had a passion. She said that her teacher had them drawing something different every week and this is when she began to love art.
This year Heritage will be holding its very first three week singing competition: Heritage Idol.
This year the Heritage botany programs have experienced some major changes. The club has a new sponsor and new members, and the class a new teacher.
Since she was young, Gabi Ahles ’18 had always been afraid of horses. However, that all changed when she became involved with Westernaires.
In this semester, Mr. Billeisen will begin teaching classes in the art department to help with the increasing load of students seeking to take art.
Bringing in the New Year, Eva Chaffin ’16, Madyson Marcolina ’16 and Kelsie Hanneman ’17 traveled 4,683 miles for five days to dance in the London’s New Year’s Day Parade this year.
In 2015, people who identify as transgender have been gaining media awareness and public policy is beginning to accommodate these people.
So what’s Heritage High School doing now to accommodate trans students?