Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Even though theyve never met in person, Zoe Del Vecchio and Sarah Yun worked together well, placing in their Public Forum Novice event.

Speech and debate finishes virtual year strong in final tournament

By Miya Liu May 24, 2021

Five students from the speech and debate club competed in the Silicon Valley Urban Debate League (SVUDL) Spring Invitational on April 10 and 11. HHS was just one of the 76 institutions from across the...

HHS CRIBS: Maker Space

By Miya Liu April 28, 2021

Richard Porticos gives a tour of his room, home to tools and equipment that promote creativity and innovation.

Mental Health Practices

By Miya Liu March 31, 2021

Sarah Loyd's happy playlist   Amber Tanger's Mental Health Check-in board:                     Muriel Von...

Get with the programming

By Miya Liu January 17, 2021

Website that Pedley created: Use Tracker for IBM Quantum Experience Additional links mentioned in the article: Hack Club KanyeZone IBM Quantum Experience Click on the slideshow below...

PetCode: from QR code to company

PetCode: from QR code to company

By Miya Liu January 13, 2021

Quarantine gave juniors Karan Dalal and Arnuv Tandon the opportunity they were waiting for to develop their own business. With their combined entrepreneurial spirit, Dalal and Tandon they took advantage...

Tutors like Richard can offer support to tutees like Emily as needed.

Gaming communication platform becomes 24/7 tutoring

By Miya Liu December 9, 2020

Continuing last year’s routine, physics club holds regular test review Kahoots for physics students, but now they have expanded their test prep to an over 130 student-wide tutoring system through a popular...

Angie Esswein said that designing tests is the hardest part of virtual learning

Stressing about testing, virtually

By Miya Liu November 4, 2020

Testing is one of the most controversial topics in the education system, with recent debates covering standardized testing — such as if the SAT or ACT should be required — or how to appropriately give...

Place a hold on grab bags to discover new favorites!

Library opens for on-campus pickup

By Miya Liu October 23, 2020

To encourage students to read during virtual learning, Verna Grant, the new library media teacher, and Shannon Vakili, the library media specialist, have created a system to pick up library books from...

Virtual aloha rally 2020: student, leadership reactions

Virtual aloha rally 2020: student, leadership reactions

Students eagerly looked forward to their first virtual rally and all were pleasantly surprised with how well it turned out. Listen to their expectations and highlights of the rally, as well as the behind...

HHS interactive map offers virtual tour of campus

HHS interactive map offers virtual tour of campus

By Miya Liu, Sahil Venkatesan, and Allen Zhang August 19, 2020

The first week of school is usually filled with a flurry of students getting to know their teachers and each other, all while trying to figure out where everything is located on campus. With school starting...

Students, staff say goodbye to five retiring staff members

Students, staff say goodbye to five retiring staff members

By Miya Liu and Leila Salam July 17, 2020

Five valuable staff members - Susan Wilson, Mary Jo Gunderson, Steve Schmidt, Mary Lund and Nina Swendig - retired at the end of the 2019-2020 school year. Each of them uniquely contributed to the HHS...

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