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HHS Wrestling Loses Close Match to Middletown

HHS Wrestling Loses Close Match to Middletown

February 1, 2016


Filed under Hershey, Sports

By: Kaylee Williams Hershey High School wrestling fell to Middletown in a hard fought match, 27-30, on Monday, January 11th, 2016. HHS had 6 wins with 3 decisions, 2 pins, and a forfeit.   The decisions came from Senior Josh Warren (285 lb), Freshman Nyiem Flucas (160 lb), and Senior Joseph Abraham (145 lb) mat...

College How To: Navigating Debt, Loans, and Financial Aid

College How To: Navigating Debt, Loans, and Financial Aid

January 24, 2016


Filed under Hershey, World

By: Paige Randall The college acceptance letters have arrived and with them come a slap in the face for many high school students: a barrage of financial responsibilities. During the transition from high school to college, money is often a deciding factor in many choices that students will make....

Evolution of Technology Use in Class

Evolution of Technology Use in Class

January 22, 2016


Filed under Hershey, Science & Technology

By Julia Michaelson It is everywhere and evolving fast. Technology is improving all around the world. Hershey High School (HHS) is a school moving towards a more technology based learning style. Almost all the students are using it in classes. Since most jobs are moving towards this use, it gives...

Senior Julia Corbin Explores Medical Field Via Internship

Senior Julia Corbin Explores Medical Field Via Internship

January 22, 2016


Filed under Hershey, Science & Technology

By: Jenny Kim Sometimes just taking a chance can open up a world of possibilities. Hershey High School senior Julia Corbin spends one or two hours everyday as an intern at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center. Thanks to the Health Career Explorations Program (HCEP), Corbin can shadow medical professionals...

HHS Teachers Teach For the Kids

HHS Teachers Teach For the Kids

January 22, 2016


Filed under Hershey

By Lynn Dang Exchanging adventure and excitement for stress and overtime work can be seen as crazy to most people. For some college graduates, they know what to do right after college. Others must go through years before finding the right career. Hershey High School teachers Angela Grabuloff, Elizabeth...

Hershey High School Holiday Traditions

Hershey High School Holiday Traditions

January 21, 2016


Filed under Hershey, Lifestyle

By: Adeena Syed Traditions.  Religion.  Family. The reasons and ways Hershey High School students celebrate the holidays are as varied as the students. Some students aren’t particularly religious and don’t have any special religious traditions. Hershey High School junior, Ava Helm is...

Local Schools Compete to Raise Money for Mini-THON

Local Schools Compete to Raise Money for Mini-THON

January 20, 2016


Filed under Hershey

By: Dan Buser Months and months of fundraising only to find out your rivals surpassed your efforts. This is the harsh reality of Hershey High school’s mini-THON. When Hershey High school started mini-THON they were trend setters. They were the first high school in the local area to have a min...

Helpful or Useless: PSAT exam

Helpful or Useless: PSAT exam

January 20, 2016


Filed under Hershey

By Anthony Barrett One test can make all the difference. On October 14th, 2015 10th and 11th grade students at HHS had the option to take the PSAT exam. Most students decided to take the exam, but some students did not. The PSAT is a practice exam that is supposed to help prepare students f...

Gallery: HHS Volleyball Tournament

Gallery: HHS Volleyball Tournament

January 19, 2016


Filed under Hershey, Sports

On December 23rd, 2015, Hershey High School hosted their annual volleyball tournament which helps give to a charity. This year, two thousand dollars was raised and given to HHS Mini Thon, and two boxes of toys were collected for Vinny’s toy store. There was a total of 52 teams with 400 students part...

Breakfast, still most important meal

Breakfast, still most important meal

January 19, 2016


Filed under Hershey, Lifestyle

By Maura Longenecker Sometimes students eat breakfast, and sometimes they don’t. Breakfast is important for everyone’s health, but Hershey High School students don’t tend to eat it every morning. However, there are options for students who don’t have time to sit down for breakfast. Tara...

New Club Formation Difficult at HHS

New Club Formation Difficult at HHS

January 19, 2016


Filed under Hershey

By Kieran Holley With over 70 clubs, each year Hershey High students continue to come up with new club ideas.   The process for creating a club is long, but students are willing to wait in order to form a club that they are passionate about. Student's forming a new club must go through a ...

Universities Adjust SAT Requirements

January 19, 2016


Filed under Hershey

By: Elma Abdic Although SAT’s are important, universities are adjusting their requirements. Standardized tests such as SAT’s are the most important element for the acceptance of universities. These tests are generally taken as high schoolers and used for an admission to colleges. Recent studie...

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