Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

A Guide Through Collecting Memories

Behind every page on the yearbook, comes lots of hard work and dedication. The Pegasus staff  work throughout the year and capture every event on campus in order to produce a yearbook for students to...

Practicing New Techniques: Members practice their newly learned suture techniques on their individual banana.

Socializing while suturing

By Nina Vasquez Cruz April 1, 2022

After a long week of school, the Future Physicians of America club ended things off with a banana suturing lab for members. The goal was to provide members with a fun, collaborative event that taught them...

A GOOD SHOT: Leistiko ends the season off well as team captain.

Varsity boys soccer captain Sam Leistiko discusses importance of leading with strength

By Nina Vasquez Cruz and Ashley Orozco Plata March 17, 2022

The final year on the HHS soccer team. Working hard while making sure others are putting their all in. This is the job of senior captain Sam Leistiko who continues working hard to make the team push to...

Fundraiser Event Booth: Club officers prepare for the fundraiser event by setting up the booth in the quad.

Small bracelets, big meaning

By Nina Vasquez Cruz February 18, 2022

With a mission to support cancer patients in need while also spreading awareness within the HHS community, the Cancer Society hosted an annual Pura Vida Bracelet fundraiser. “We had two different...

ANIMALS DESERVE BETTER: There are many alternatives to the use of animals in the fashion industry.

Whose skin are you wearing?

By Ashley Orozco Plata and Nina Vasquez Cruz January 27, 2022

No animal's life is worth a new wallet. As an advocate for the proper treatment of animals over a material item, I find it's necessary to avoid some luxury brands. Popular brands, like Fendi, Dior and...

Shark Tank Simulation: Members participate in an engaging activity similar to the popular TV show “Shark Tank.”

Determined to educate

By Nina Vasquez Cruz January 25, 2022

The American enterprise project, hosted by FBLA, starts off strong going into 2022. This year-long project focuses on educating members and students about the newly emerging topic of social entrepreneurship,...

Underrepresented clubs deserve greater recognition

By Nina Vasquez Cruz and Esmeralda Villalobos Soriano December 22, 2021

Our campus is home to a diverse collection of clubs. With the variety of options available, students are bound to discover one that suits their personal interests. Many of these organizations are dedicated...

Spreading Love

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Spreading Love

Spreading Love

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SENIORS LAST GAME: Varsity field hockey players smile after playing their last game at Homestead

Seniors say goodbye to field hockey with senior night sendoff

By Keshav Kumar, Nina Vasquez Cruz, and Nicole Kim November 4, 2021

Varsity field hockey played their last home game Oct.13, in a 2-0 loss to Saratoga High School. As senior night celebrations were also held that day, the game held a special significance for graduating...

To the rescue: Marissa Young spending quality time with her foster dog.

The unexpected road to graduation

By Nina Vasquez Cruz and Esmeralda Villalobos Soriano October 4, 2021

As the high school journey comes to an end for seniors, many feelings race through their minds. The main emotion senior Shivani Varma said many are experiencing, including herself, is excitement for the...

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