The Epitaph

Choir receives perfect score at CMEA

By Riley Anderson

March 17, 2018

Filed under NEWS, Riley Anderson

O n March 10 HHS Choir performed at the California State Music Association (CMEA) festival hosted at Saratoga High School. The group achieved the highest possible scoring of unanimous superior. A unanimous superior is when all three of the judges give the performance a perfect score, Senior Iv...

Student Walk-Out Photo Gallery

March 14, 2018

Filed under MULTIMEDIA, NEWS, Photos Galleries, Riley Anderson, Thomas Denome

Students march from HHS to FHS and Sunnyvale City Hall to protest against gun violence.

Special Episode: Singing Valentines

March 7, 2018

Filed under Andrea Boyn, Hana Baig, MULTIMEDIA, Riley Anderson, Videos

How John Burn ignited his career

By Riley Anderson

February 2, 2018

Filed under LIFESTYLES, Riley Anderson

As both a graduate of and teacher at HHS, John Burn has always been involved in music, Burn said. “I graduated from Homestead and then I went to De Anza [College] for two years,” Burn said. “I just tried to play my trumpet as much as I could.” By taking advantage of every opportunity, Burn...

Kim’s night to remember

Kim’s night to remember

By Batool Al-Jabiry

January 17, 2018

Filed under Batool Al-Jabiry, NEWS, Riley Anderson

The girl's varsity basketball team hosted “Kim Night” in memory of the honorable Kimberly Nuestro on Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. A small table was set up in the student center with Kim’s basketball jersey, flowers and pictures of her. Blue and gold paper streamers decorated the entranceway of the gym. The b...

Dr. Morton’s key to harmony

By Riley Anderson

November 24, 2017

Filed under LIFESTYLES, Riley Anderson

  Not all students can sing, but the melodious voice of Dr. Jeff Morton can. Although choir is his passion, he still lives a creative life outside of school. Morton has been teaching for 20 years, it has not always been that way. Morton’s musical education path did not start out after he r...