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‘Buckle Up NH’ is the best program in New Hampshire

Some of the souvenirs that Buckle Up NH handed out to kids for attending their conference in order to encourage safe choices. Hollis Brookline’s Shannon O’Connor ‘18 stays safe on the road by, “not touching [her] phone and staying alert to everyone around [her].” That is the behavior that Buckle Up NH is trying to encourage by advertising safety.
November 17, 2017

On Oct. 23, students and staff from Hollis Brookline got to take a Monday off from school and travel to New Hampshire’s state capital to listen to a few wonderful speakers about safe driving. The first...

New time, same place

School starts at 7:40AM this year, 25 minutes later than the 7:15AM start time in previous years. Although feedback about change has been mostly positive, it means that students who take the bus have to kill time before class starts.
November 6, 2017

As the first quarter of the year comes to a close, the new high school start time has been in effect for almost two months. The beginning of school being 25 minutes later has caused shifts in the bell...

Should students be required to take the PSATs?

Thinking hard, Tasha White ‘20 sits quietly, going through the PSAT study guide. “I’m practicing for the practice in hopes I can earn a scholarship,” told White.
November 2, 2017

At HBHS, and high schools everywhere, the SATs have become a source of anxiety for most students. Along with SATs , though, comes the option for a practice test during October of a student’s sophomore...

Time for a change?

The water bottle refilling station is the source of the request of junior Kevin Hallerman
October 16, 2017

With the advent of a later start time and the abolition of the hat rule, HBHS is in for a time of great reform. In one way or another, many students are clamoring for changes to the school. A handful of...

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