Thinking Ahead: Dual Credit

Emma Stroh, Reporter

February 8, 2019

Due to U-High students’ rising interest in Heartland Dual Credit Courses, there will be three new courses next year. New for Sophomores will be the option of HCC Communication 101, a class that will cover the Oral Communicati...

Costa Rican friends

Costa Rican friends

February 1, 2019

Welcome to the green and gold

Poleena Kovalaske, Reporter

January 28, 2019

U-High is now home to five new faculty members including a new superintendent, three teachers and a new librarian. With a degree in accounting and history education, former intern Megan Fleri-Somers never expected to find her...

Lessons from a fire: Dearing family plans to rebuild

Abby Klein, Reporter

November 20, 2018

We’ve all answered the question: If your house was on fire, what three things would you grab? On September 16th, this question was reality for Brad Dearing. At two in the morning, Dearing did not wake up to a fire alarm, but...

Working for some change

Working for some change

November 16, 2018

Farewell Classroom, Hello Solar Power

Lauren Brown, Reporter

November 13, 2018

Many students know fifth-year teacher Luke Luginbuhl as a physics teacher. However, Luginbuhl is less well-known as the founder of a business called Legacy Solar that he’s been running on the side. The mission of Legacy...

Administration makes school safer

Celeste Noraian, Reporter

October 30, 2018

On Thursday, September 27, each class gathered in Stroud auditorium to learn about the Safe 2 Speak Up app and what it entails. The school administration encouraged the use of this app school wide. Safe 2 Speak Up offers an anonymous way to q...

‘Back to Friday Night Lights’

Shreya Ramachandran, Reporter, Photographer

September 13, 2018

New at the ‘U’

Shreya Ramachandran, Reporter, Photographer

September 4, 2018