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Thank you, Local Veterans

Thank you, Local Veterans

Emmie White and Mark Labak

November 14, 2018


Filed under News, November, Showcase

Every year at Hollis-Brookline, the Homefront Club welcomes veterans from around the community to honor them at a school-wide assembly. The veterans and active duty military are recognized for their service and honored at a school-wide assembly and luncheon, courtesy of the Homefront Club. The Home...

World History gone international (again!)

World History gone international (again!)

Ian Babcock, Staff Writer

October 30, 2018


Filed under News, October, Showcase

Over April Vacation of 2019, Hollis Brookline High School students will embark on a journey halfway across the globe for a trip they will never forget  These students will be accompanied by: Christina Ellis and Jennifer Given, both history teachers, and other HBHS teachers. They will travel to major histo...

Trick or treat? Popcorn or caramel apples?

Trick or treat? Popcorn or caramel apples?

Avery Desruisseau, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018


Filed under News, October, Showcase

It's that time of year! Fresh, crisp, tart apples are slathered in sticky, sweet caramel; and if you're lucky, the beautifully glazed apples might be adorned with a coat of sprinkles or maybe even M&Ms. Yum! As a student, if you're interested in one of these sweet treats, then keep reading. Starting...

Apple’s Newest Technology

Apple’s Newest Technology

Katelyn Sova, Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


Filed under News

One of the most highly anticipated events in technology every year is the announcement of new devices from Apple. This year, on Sept. 12, multiple new devices were introduced. These included three new iPhones: the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR, and a new Apple Watch.   T...

HB tackles distracted driving

HB tackles distracted driving

Nora Miller, A&E Editor

October 17, 2018


Filed under News, October, Showcase

On Sept. 19 and 26, HB students from all grades took part in two different field trips focused around preventing distracted driving. The first was a distracted driving simulation held outside of the high school, and the second was a conference on distracted driving in Concord.   The Augme...

Last week’s Massachusetts house fires

Last week’s Massachusetts house fires

Alec MacEachen, News Editor

October 2, 2018


Filed under News, October, Showcase

Three towns in the Merrimack Valley area, 40 minutes away from HBHS and just over the Massachusetts state line, have been put into state of emergency by Governor Charlie Baker due to gas fires that destroyed homes. One person has been killed, and 20 have been injured in this event. The only death was ...

Introducing: The Harvest Dance

Introducing: The Harvest Dance

Emmie White, Assistant Head Editor

September 27, 2018


Filed under News, September, Showcase

The Homecoming Dance at Hollis Brookline High School has never been much of a hit. In years past, it’s been overshadowed by sports, clubs, and other events like Old Homes Day. This year’s Homecoming Dance was set to be hosted on Saturday, Sept. 29. However, the Homecoming Dance has been cancelled, as an...

A quick recap of 2018 Freshman Orientation

A quick recap of 2018 Freshman Orientation

Emmie White, Assistant Head Editor

September 7, 2018


Filed under News, September, Showcase

On August 29, the incoming freshmen and nearly 50 transfer students were invited to the annual HBHS Freshman Orientation Day where they familiarized themselves with their new school. Every year, orientation introduces the incoming freshmen and transfer students to their new classrooms, teachers, and...

Red Cross Club’s Spring blood drive

Leila Caplan, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018


Filed under June, News

Last month, people from the Hollis Brookline community lined up at the middle school and high school to donate blood in order to save countless lives. This event was orchestrated by the Red Cross Club, HBHS English teacher and club advisor, Heidi Foster, and HBHS health teacher, Erin White. For many,...

Move-in Day for the U.S. Jerusalem Embassy

Move-in Day for the U.S. Jerusalem Embassy

Harry Bates, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018


Filed under June, News, Showcase

As a ceremony commences to open the new controversial United States Embassy in Jerusalem, not so far away on the Gaza border, an estimated 2,700 protesters were injured, leaving an estimated 58 people dead by Israeli armed forces. The havoc was sparked by President Trump’s decision to move the U.S....

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