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Improv Night

Improv Night

Francis Lunatto, Staff Photographer

February 2, 2015

On Jan. 23, the Improv Club produced an engaging show not only for laughs, but for a good cause. Fifty percent of the money raised went to the Thumbs Up for Lane Goodwin Childhood Cancer foundation. "We raised about $286 just for their foundation. We accomplished awareness ... the people...

New year, new attitudes, new buzzer

Cadence Bippen, Discover editor

January 23, 2015

Scholar Quiz bowl has gotten pretty deep into their season. With five competitions under their belt, the new kids are becoming strong members of the team, while the veterans are perfecting their trivia skills. They attended an Invitational at Orchard Farm on Saturday, the 10th, which is a slight change...

Gearing up for the Fine Arts Festival

Gearing up for the Fine Arts Festival

Jake Roach, Voice Editor

January 22, 2015

On Friday, Feb. 20, students within The Fine Arts Department all around FHC will meet to show off their talents in the cafeteria. Students from band, theatre, and the art department gather to celebrate their hard work and provide activities for families all around the area. Among these students is...

Deck the Halls

Deck the Halls

Kyra Barillier, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2014

For most, Christmas time reminds people to be thankful for all they have, show their appreciation of others, and enjoy spending time with family members. For others, it is just a reminder of a tough financial situation. Throughout the school there are students and faculty sharing the excitement of...

Small group sees attraction to a cappella

Small group sees attraction to a cappella

Chloe Siebels, Photographer

November 18, 2014

Central Attraction is an mostly a cappella boys choir. They meet after school every early release Wednesday in the choir room. “My friends and I helped start the group because we love singing and we knew that there are guys out there that want to sing, but don’t get a chance to.” says junior...

Arete digging into more celebrations

Anna Dillon, Staff Reporter

November 10, 2014

Arete is having it’s yearly breakfast on Nov. 21 during 2nd hour.  According to Ms. Amy Zykan, one of the sponsors for Arete, there will be 246 students attending, those of which completed the requirements for at least one pillar; exceptional GPA, participating in community service, and being involv...

A new member’s perspective

Cadence Bippen, Staff reporter

November 7, 2014

  Tuesday, Nov. 4, Holt High School was bustling with more scholars than normal. This marked the beginning of the competitive season for Scholar Quiz Bowl teams in the St. Charles League, and marked the beginning of any season for quite a few members of FHC’s team. Sophomore Liam Bloebaum, in parti...

Art Club to carry on t-shirt tradition

Jake Roach, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2014

Art Club will soon be printing shirts to carry the tradition from when the school first began. The main shirt will feature the same design as previous years in order to carry on that same tradition. Junior Brianna Shatto thinks the new shirts bring a sense of heritage to the club, bringing t...

StuCo holds annual blood drive

StuCo holds annual blood drive

Michayla Pordea, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2014

The sound of nurses and the many members Student Council rustling around, has come once again. The annual blood drive was held on Oct. 28, and although the importance of donating blood is not taken lightly, this year its meaning increased drastically. The student body united to help one of their own,...

Back with a bang

Back with a bang

Kyra Barillier, Staff Reporter

October 30, 2014

The club that calls to all who love the small components of life and the notorious Mr. John Kozlowski, lovingly referred to as Mr. Koz, has finally had its second meeting of the year. The long awaited meeting was pushed off continuously due to scheduling conflicts. Two year member junior Melanie Jones, a ...

Deep discussions, friendship help FCA expand

Tanya Bhandari, Staff reporter

October 28, 2014

Senior Samantha Nardi was struggling when she found out her best friend was moving to Texas in her sophomore year. Samantha went to her for relationship advice, family advice and any other time she needed help. They had been best friends since second grade, and now that she was moving she wouldn’t...

New club allows students to earn academic letter

Jack Hiegel, Staff reporter

October 21, 2014

A chapter of Epsilon Beta, a statewide club for high school students interested in reading, has been set up in our school.  The group, sponsored by Mrs. Kelly Hauquitz and Mrs. Andrea Head, meets in the Learning Commons on the second Thursday of each month. The club, which was created in 1931 in...

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