Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Committee aids community: With the help of NEHS’ committee and the HHS community, the book drive ended as a success, with a total of 60 books donated.

NEHS hosts first book drive to aid readers in need

By Ariana Tejeda Moreno, Ashley Orozco Plata, and Hope Saena December 12, 2021

The National English Honors Society held their first-ever book drive from Nov. 1-12 to involve the HHS community in an effort to provide books to students and communities who may not have access to them,...

A better time left behind

By Ariana Tejeda Moreno and Ashley Orozco Plata December 9, 2021

There have been changes made to the bell schedule every year since we've been at HHS, but one thing has remained the same, the 8 a.m. start. In late November, FUHSD sent an email saying that Gov. Gavin...

Another unneeded change: A later school start will not help improve student sleep schedules.

A better time left behind

By Ariana Tejeda Moreno and Ashley Orozco Plata December 9, 2021

There have been changes made to the bell schedule every year since we've been at HHS, but one thing has remained the same, the 8 a.m. start. In late November, FUHSD sent an email saying that Gov. Gavin...

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT: The athletic training team is constantly practicing and developing their skills.

Behind the athletes

By Ariana Tejeda Moreno November 16, 2021

While students attending sports games come to see the team compete, many do not see the operation which is the athletic training program keeping them healthy and prepared to play. The trainers at HHS assist...

MHAC Officer Team Pic

Creating a safe space

By Anushruti Nagarajan and Ariana Tejeda Moreno November 8, 2021

The mental health awareness club gives students the space to safely talk about mental health. One of the main missions of MHAC is to destigmatize talking about mental health issues, club officers sophomore...

Students transitioning from distance learning to in-person

By Ariana Tejeda Moreno and Yukari E. Zapata June 3, 2021

For many students such as junior Sebastian Segovia, in-person learning has been nothing but beneficial. From the consistent social interactions to help understand materials to having much easier access...

Freshmen on HHS sports

By Ariana Tejeda Moreno and Hope Saena May 29, 2021

With almost an entire year of virtual learning, freshmen have barely gotten a taste of the in-person high school experience. Sports allowed some freshmen to feel closer to HHS while others were expecting...

Second annual Night of Service held virtually

Second annual Night of Service held virtually

By Ariana Tejeda Moreno April 24, 2021

Interact club held its second annual Night of Service event to collaborate with other service clubs including CSF, red cross and cancer society, on March 19. Senior Sean Malani, interact club co-president,...

Member Hannah McGoran takes her passion further and volunteers outside of NHS.

NHS: Benefits, supports members

By Ariana Tejeda Moreno March 30, 2021

Students who join the National Honor Society can surround themselves with a large community of academically driven students who are also passionate about community service, NHS president senior Michelle...

Multicultural week is reformed for a virtual medium

Multicultural week is reformed for a virtual medium

By Ariana Tejeda Moreno March 23, 2021

In previous years, Homestead’s Multicultural Week, planned by ASB’s EL (English Learner) commissioners, included activities and performances from cultural clubs as well as a fashion show where students...

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