Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

FBLA tryouts include writing, speaking and impromptu components to evaluate candidates’ skill levels and potentials, Patel said.

Building a stronger team

By Lindsey Steel and Evelyn Wang November 26, 2022

In the hopes of recruiting new members for their competition teams, Future Business Leaders of America held their annual tryouts from Nov. 14-18 and Nov. 21-22, junior, FBLA officer Saanika Patel said.  FBLA...

Despite injured athletes, the varsity boys water polo team has improved their scores and playing style, senior Alex Snook Manchon said.

Splashing into a new season

By Zeinab Rakhshandehroo, Brevin Reed, and Lindsey Steel October 29, 2022

Having to tread water for over half an hour while dodging aggressive opponents, water polo players must combine strength, endurance and speed in their intense games, junior, boys varsity water polo co-captain...

Members engage in numerous hands-on activities that encourage relaxation, including finger painting and coloring.

Destressing and destigmatizing

By Lindsey Steel October 20, 2022

Burdened by the weight of rigorous courses, hectic schedules and impending adulthood, teenagers are faced with a multitude of stressors in their everyday lives. The Mental Wellness Space (MWS) aims to...

Golf unites athletes and fosters improvement.

From newcomers to professionals

By Joss Broward, Nathan Gu, Brian Ling, and Lindsey Steel October 13, 2022

For those looking to try a new activity in high school, one sport gained the attention of several athletes: golf. While some sports require dedication from a young age, golf is welcoming toward newcomers...

100 students attend the first Red Cross club general meeting of the year.

Crossing into the real world

By Lindsey Steel and Anderson Picone September 25, 2022

Some clubs focus on creating change around and within the HHS community. Others try to address issues on a national or international scale. The Red Cross club does both. Whether it is creating cards for...

A new beginning, a bittersweet end

A new beginning, a bittersweet end

Mirabelle Brathwaite:  Just a few months ago, freshman Mirabelle Brathwaite stood along with the rest of her class in front of staff and family, graduating from Sunnyvale Middle School. Fast forward...

WIND ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCE: Wind Ensemble 1, HHS’ most advanced music course, plays at the Winter Concert.

A guide to music classes

By Lindsey Steel March 30, 2022

Concert Band All freshmen musicians begin their high school music journey in Concert Band, freshman Stephen Heller said. For Heller, he said the class is an unfamiliar atmosphere, with the size of it ...

 SENIORS GET LOUD: The seniors in the crowd show their enthusiasm and school spirit by making some noise.

Annual blacklight rally shifts to outdoor whiteout rally

Students attended the ‘whiteout’ themed winter rally during tutorial Dec. 10. Taking the place of the annual blackout rally, which required indoor facilities, the winter rally was designed to abide...

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