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Homestead High School's student newspaper

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Homestead High School's student newspaper

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Junior Bella Castaneda said despite the importance of senior leadership in sports, in golf, skill level is more valuable.

No seniors, no problem

By Aviv Matas, Kevin Miao, and Annabelle Yip October 20, 2023

In high school sports, seniors are often the players with the most experience, who lead the rest of the team. But, for the girls golf team, this season has brought a significant change: there are no seniors...

Coach Jackie Lam said she hopes to bring enthusiasm and a genuine joy for tennis to the team.

New face behind the racket

By Anushruti Nagarajan and Nicole Pimenta Innecco October 14, 2023

As the courts come alive with the renewed energy of a new season, players gear up to welcome their new coach: Jackie Lam. With prior experience and a different perspective, she hopes to strengthen the...

Badminton club attracts courts full of players.

Badminton club reaches expectations with first open gym

By Brian Ip October 1, 2023

The incessant squeaking of shoes paves the way for the whistling of birdies meeting the netting of racquets, as students of all grade levels wait in line for a turn to hop on the court to play badminton. During...

Doing photography with other people helps because you can be guided by your peers experience, club member Maya Yatziv said.

Life in Focus-es on student interest

By Maya Dutt September 24, 2023

Life in Focus photography club aims to provide a forum for photography enthusiasts to learn, practice and connect with each other through photography, activities manager, senior Noelle Lee said.  The...

Ceramics teacher Jodi Johnson poses with her ceramic sculpture.

Sculpting a new beginning

By Danielle Feldsher September 22, 2023

With clay in hand and a fresh outlook on the year, new teacher Jodi Johnson is taking over the ceramics wing this year after the previous teacher, Katie Schiltz, retired.  Looking to implement her...

HHS placed first in Bay Section, with 75 students proceeding to the State Leadership conference.

FBLA members advance to statewide competition

By Lindsey Steel March 8, 2023

In hopes of advancing to the State Leadership conference, members of Future Business Leaders of America attended the Bay Section conference on Feb. 11. Bay Section is the first step in progressing towards...

Students leave clubs for their lack of interest in the club.

Dwindling club attendance brings incentives to smaller clubs

By Nathan Gu December 23, 2022

As the bell rings to mark the beginning of lunch in September, students rush into numerous classrooms to explore some of the clubs they find interesting for the school year, packing the respective meeting...

Senior, co-software lead Justin Hwang said the team’s 9-1 record in qualifying rounds gave them the right to choose the other teams in their alliances, groups of three teams that compete together. HHS’ position as alliance leader makes its historic victory even more impressive, Hwang said.

Robotics brings home the win

By David Lin and Rajiv Venkatesh December 13, 2022

As the final scores of the three-day CalGames robotics competition were announced on Oct. 9, HHS robotics stampeded down the bleachers to receive their trophy. Team members screamed and embraced each other...

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