Hagerty Journalism Online

Junior Saagar Shah uses the KAT Walk VR to play a game he created. In June 2019, the Hagerty Modeling and Simulation program won $3,000 in new technology including the KAT Walk VR.

A world of new gadgets

October 17, 2019

Viewing the wonders of Yellowstone National Park from the comforts of home sounds unattainable, unless one is experiencing it from videos or a TV show. However, for advanced students in the Modeling and Simulation program, this has become a reality, due to new equipment given to the school from the National Center for Simulation...

 AP World History teacher Erin Foley helps sophomores Hakim Aburrashid and Diego Garcia with an assignment.

Foley Wins Teacher of the Year

October 17, 2019

It is finally sixth period, and students have been wearing their ridiculous get-up all day. As students walk into class they see their peers wearing ugly sweaters featuring various historical figures and events.  AP World History teacher Erin Foley was anno...

District appointed mental health counselor works out a problem in her office. Palmer is here Mondays and Thursdays.

In need of counsel

October 3, 2019

District appointed mental health counselor takes on the challenges of working with mental health.

Girl gone VSCO

Jessica Maldonado, Editor-in-Chief

October 3, 2019

Hair pulled into a messy bun with a pink scrunchy. An oversized pink Vineyard Vine shirt paired with track shorts and Birkenstocks. Wrists stacked with Pura Vida rings and bracelets and a Hydro Flask hanging from the end of her fingertips with a metal straw and a big “Save the Turtles” sticker. Everyone knows who these girls are, whether it is from the thousands of TikToks mocking them or from seeing them in the hallways. VSCO girls are the trend that blew up during...

Senior Paul Handberg describes an image to Maya Pommet during a drawing activity in AP Art History.

Class of 2020 takes crown for most semifinalists in county

September 21, 2019

On Tuesday, Sept. 17, administration announced the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists. This award is given to students who score in the top 1% nationally on the PSAT/ NMSQT. Ten students achieved this title, a school record, and Hagerty now has the highes...

Cheerleaders and dance team members perform during the Husky Huddle on Aug. 30. Principal Robert Frasca has planned to make spirit events like this more of a regular thing.

The Frasca Spirit

September 18, 2019

Everyone dreads the moment they get called into the principal’s office, but Robert Frasca is hoping to change that by improving the way people view high school principals. At the end of  April, Frasca was hired as the new principal. The rest of...

Join the pack

Join the pack

September 12, 2019


Zhang explains the directions to a calligraphy activity the class is doing.  Calligraphy is a traditional art form popular in China.

Made for Mandarin

September 11, 2019

With the vast selection of world language courses available to students, from Spanish to French to American Sign Language, adding one more to the list might seem like too much. Several others are available online, including German and Italian, but the lac...

Senior Anna Cushman (middle)  makes a Tik Tok outside her 5th period with junior Sam Cosentini (right). Freshamn Schyler Arroyo (left) recorded the footage.

Everybody’s famous

September 8, 2019

Comedic skits and creative outlets. Catchy songs and quick-to-learn dances. Aesthetics and fandoms battling for the limelight, or at least a chance at appearing on the “For You” page. This is Tik Tok, a social media video app for the creation and s...

The Impossible slider is being served at Epcot's International Food and Wine Festival through November 23rd at the Earth Eats kiosk.

Impossible made possible

September 5, 2019

Veggie burger-most people picture a lump of black beans and some quinoa smashed together in an attempt to create a sad version of a patty. Not many would picture a sizzling juicy medium-rare “burger” like the one Impossible Foods creates.Their Impossible ...

Junior Celeste Dixon prepares to dye her hair blue and green. Dixon often goes to

Cutting it short

September 5, 2019

In a sea of brunettes and blondes, junior Celeste Dixon’s eccentric hairdo is what immediately draws the eye. Dixon sports a half black, half bleached white, pixie cut that she pairs with sparkly pink sunglasses.  This new style is a major change from Dixon...

Students cheer on Husky football players during the second quarter.

New school app to award prizes, build spirit

September 2, 2019

Chanting and cheering moving through the crowd as the play builds, setting up a goal. The moment the ball hits the net, a sea of purple rumbles in the stadium. Purple smoke floats through the air, while flags and banners whip around and the bang of dru...

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