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HHS Freshman Zakovitch is Triple Threat Varsity Athlete

HHS Freshman Zakovitch is Triple Threat Varsity Athlete

Allie Balcomb, Reporter

June 3, 2019


Filed under Hershey

Being a varsity athlete as a freshman for one sport is rare. But being a varsity athlete for three seasons is even rarer. Hershey High School freshman Julia Zakovitch been on the varsity squad for cross country, basketball, and softball.   Zakovitch’s immense hard work of each sport, the fie...

Rising Star Freshman Courtney Moodie Helps Field Hockey Team to Championship

Rising Star Freshman Courtney Moodie Helps Field Hockey Team to Championship

Adrianna Malena, Reporter

June 3, 2019


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When Hershey High School's girls field hockey team won the state championship, only one freshman was there ready to help. Hershey High School freshman Courtney Moodie was able to be this person for HHS, as they took the win in the state finals against Lower Dauphin. Moodie has proved herself ...

Ambler: Nerd, Cyclist, Dad: Jason Ambler Reaches New Heights at Hershey High School

Ambler: Nerd, Cyclist, Dad: Jason Ambler Reaches New Heights at Hershey High School

Gina Roscoe, Reporter

June 3, 2019


Filed under Hershey

Driving 45 minutes every day. Is it worth the drive? Missing time with family. “It’s all about chasing the experience,” for Hershey High School teacher Jason Ambler. Jason Ambler is a life sciences teacher, the chair of the Science Department, a leader in Science Olympiad, and is also apar...

From Dance to Art, Jillian Goldstein Does it All with a Smile

From Dance to Art, Jillian Goldstein Does it All with a Smile

Emma Russell, Reporter

June 3, 2019


Filed under Hershey

“I have a big personality, so you should have a lot to write about,” said Jillian “Jill” Goldstein. Each week, Goldstein, a Hershey High School freshman, spends many hours at class. Not her scheduled high school classes, dance class. Goldstein, even with her hectic schedule, manages to find...

Dunkin’ Donuts changes to just Dunkin’ and it’s National Donut Day

Alexis Moodie and Katie Jones

June 3, 2019


Filed under Hershey, Lifestyle

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HHS English Teachers Name Their Favorite Books

HHS English Teachers Name Their Favorite Books

Chris Santiago and Angelina Memmi

May 31, 2019


Filed under Hershey

Almost everyone has that one book in their life that they can go back to again and again and reread with the same joy they had when they first read it. The thing we don’t think about however, is what books the teachers who help us understand literature enjoy to read.  English teachers help in our...

Photo Essay: HHS Garden in Bloom

Photo Essay: HHS Garden in Bloom

Emma Quillen and Kate LaCoe

May 31, 2019


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The Hershey High School Garden, planted and maintained by the Garden Club, is in full bloom. Located behind the LGI, the Garden is home to a variety of flowers and vegetables including onions, cauliflower, and broccoli.

Taylor Koda Wins First Place in Science Fair

Taylor Koda Wins First Place in Science Fair

Benji Keeler, Reporter

May 30, 2019


Filed under Hershey

A Hershey High School sophomore won first place at state level science fairs with her project about EMPs. Taylor Koda is a sophomore at Hershey High School. She is the co-president of the Jane Austen Society, and takes both Chemistry and Physics classes as a 10th grader. Koda’s science fair pr...

Koepfer Gets a Kick Out of the Apollos: Myah Koepfer’s Performance in Anything Goes Earns Her an Apollo Awards Nomination

Koepfer Gets a Kick Out of the Apollos: Myah Koepfer’s Performance in Anything Goes Earns Her an Apollo Awards Nomination

Alina Zang, Reporter

May 30, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Hershey

It was a “fairy dust moment.” That moment “where all the things we have been working for come together right as we go in to performance week,” said Michelle O’Brien, Hershey’s musical director, about this year’s winter musical Anything Goes.   One of the key parts of the musical’s s...

Extracurriculars Have Value in College Applications Say Students

Riley Manjerovic, Reporter

May 30, 2019


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Sports, clubs, internships, and clubs all bear the definite value for college applicants. Students at Hershey High School and neighboring Palmyra High School said participating in extracurriculars definitely helped them in their college application process.  Having sports, clubs and other activiti...

Organization, Planners, and Drive

Organization, Planners, and Drive

Talon Smith, Reporter

May 29, 2019


Filed under Hershey

Musical. Dance. Minithon. Honors chem, english, and world history. Precalc. Human anatomy. Volunteering. Tutoring. And a social life. Sounds like quite a lot for a single student to take on, especially under modern day levels of stress. Hershey High School sophomore Lola Berra manages to do it all. S...

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