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  • On Tuesday Nov.21 at 6 in the HHS Auditorium there will be an Upward Bound info session for students and parents!

  • The Green Team environmental club is seeking new members! Meetings Thursdays after school Rm.302

  • Boys XC took 2nd place at the WMass Championships this past Saturday and go on to States! Congratulations!

  • Chess club seeking new members! Meetings Mondays after school Rm.318

  • Business club formal shop open Tuesdays after school in 2nd floor hallway!

Reverse Job Shadow

Reverse Job Shadow

Abner Aldarondo, Staff Member '18

November 17, 2017


Filed under Knight Life, News, Showcase

The Reverse Job Shadow provides freshmen with examples of future careers and how they can get where they want to go in life.

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Poetry Society Resurfaces

Poetry Society Resurfaces

Ellie Westcott, Staff Member ‘18

November 8, 2017


Filed under Knight Life, News

The Poetry Society has come back to a Holyoke High School with the help of three dedicated seniors.

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HHS Green Team

HHS Green Team

Ellie Westcott, Staff Member ‘18

November 6, 2017


Filed under Knight Life, News

The HHS Green Team has started up again, hoping to make HHS more sustainable and environmentally healthy.

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Free Writing Course Offered at Wisteriahurst

Free Writing Course Offered at Wisteriahurst

Julissa Roldan, Staff reporter '18

October 24, 2017


Filed under News

Are you interested in furthering your creative writing skills? Ms. Sweeney has a free creative writing course offered every Sunday afternoon at Holyoke's Wisteriahurst Museum.

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Haunted House Comes Back To Holyoke High

Haunted House Comes Back To Holyoke High

Lauren Ryan, Staff Reporter '19

October 3, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Knight Life, News

The Holyoke High Haunted House is back for a second year.

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Holyoke Native Ann Dowd Wins Emmy

Holyoke Native Ann Dowd Wins Emmy

Emily McGuinness, Editor-in-Chief '18

October 2, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Features, Knight Life, News

Holyoke gleams with pride for its Emmy-Winning Native, Ann Dowd.

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HHS Field Hockey Plays in Remembrance of Heather McMahon

HHS Field Hockey Plays in Remembrance of Heather McMahon

Bridget Healy, Staff Member '19

September 30, 2017


Filed under Features, Holyoke High Sports, Knight Life, News, Sports

The Varsity Field Hockey team remembers Heather McMahon in this year's Play For the Cure game.

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Boy’s Soccer Unites in Support of Hurricane Victims

Boy’s Soccer Unites in Support of Hurricane Victims

Miranda McKenna, Staff Member '18

September 29, 2017


Filed under Features, Holyoke High Sports, Knight Life, News, Sports

The Boys Varsity soccer team holds flags in support of hurricane victims.

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Holyoke Day At The Big E Spreads Purple Pride

Holyoke Day At The Big E Spreads Purple Pride

Bridget Healy, Staff member '19

September 21, 2017


Filed under Knight Life, News, Showcase

The 2017 Annual "Holyoke Day" at the Big E proved to be a success with a hit parade and fun for all.

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Holyoke High To Go Under The Sea

Holyoke High To Go Under The Sea

Sadie Pecia, Staff Reporter '19

September 21, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Features, Knight Life, News, Showcase

HHS prepares for their 19th annual musical production in the spring. 

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Holyoke Community Raises Money For Harvey Victims

Holyoke Community Raises Money For Harvey Victims

Kassidy Lawrence, Staff reporter '19

September 21, 2017


Filed under Knight Life, News, Showcase

Holyoke community member Will Burke and his friends raised money for the victims affected by hurricane Harvey with a bake sale.

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Gary Rome to Hold Free Car Giveaway for Seniors

Gary Rome to Hold Free Car Giveaway for Seniors

Sean Sabourin, Staff Member '20

September 20, 2017


Filed under Knight Life, News, Showcase

Gary Rome Hyundai of Holyoke will be giving away a free car and free year of gas to one lucky HHS senior.

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