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Anatomy of Gen Z

Anatomy of Gen Z

Research shows teens today are inclusive, educated and on pace to be highly involved in society
Anna Cardon, Reporter November 19, 2020

Breadwinner

Breadwinner

Senior juggles school, jobs to pay bills, keep lights on
Andre Dobson, Reporter November 19, 2020

Unlike most high schoolers who come home to Netflix and homework, senior Ashlyn Raley had been living in Frisco with her mother and older brother Gavin. And up until August 2019, she and her brother dedicated...

The Taekwondo Warrior

The Taekwondo Warrior

How Grace Kim feels about her competitive sport, Tae Kwon Do.
Zoe Warren, Reporter February 26, 2020

4th degree black belt Grace Kim does her final ariel and walks over to her friends, hair pulled back and in her dobok, tired as ever. She’s exhausted from the school day, taking tests and doing homework....

Corrine is working on her project in her floral design class on Friday, Jan. 24. She is working on her least favorite part of the class. I want to be an interior designer when I grow up and I really like flowers, so I was like, they can go well together, Corrine said.

A Look into Floral Design

Floral Design Students spend time working on upcoming projects
Cherokee Farmer, Photographer February 10, 2020

This is Valeria walking around in downtown Chihuahua.

A Look Into Diversity at Heritage

Different people from different cultures around the world gather together at school
Zoe Warren, Reporter February 6, 2020

At our school, there is much diversity, showing different languages, cuisine, and everyday lifestyle that many people are not used to.  Valeria Contreras lived in Mexico after ten years of living in...

Junior Paul Koroma freestyles at the Sept. 14 pep rally.

Great As Always

Role Model Starts Pep Rally Tradition
Avery Braune, Yearbook Reporter April 16, 2019

He rushes to eat his lunch so he can ask people how they are doing. He sits by a new student each day on the bus to the Career and Technical Education Center. He runs into the middle of the floor at a...

The Reasons Behind Activity Period

Kyle Bradford, Reporter April 27, 2018

Activity Period has been apart of the Heritage schedule for two years, and some students are still unclear on the reason behind it. “All the education research says that students need to feel connected...

How Community Service Impacts Students

Brianna Flores, Reporter April 12, 2018

Whether it’s volunteering with a club or outside of Heritage, many Coyotes choose to do community service for different reasons. “I feel like that’s something I really enjoy, because I get to...

HOSA Exposes Members to the Medical Field

Gabi Carden, Reporter April 10, 2018

Heritage High School is home to many clubs and organizations such as the Future Farmers of America (FFA), the National Honor Society (NHS), and the Business Professionals of America (BPA). One specific...

Freshman Mili Gallardo joins dance team this year at Heritage.

“An Amazing Feeling”

Freshman defies her disabilities with dance
Shannon-Renee Odoi, Reporter November 28, 2017

After a long a wait to the new school year, freshman Mili Gallardo has achieved her lifelong dream of joining the dance team. Because of her leading example of not letting her disabilities; being unable...

Frisco ISD’s New Pay to Play Rule

Katherine Derryberry, Reporter November 6, 2017

This new school year came with new parking fees, new MyPaymentsPlus fees, and if you’re an athlete, new participation fees. Frisco ISD has put into place a new rule that requires athletes to pay...

Why Students Need a Form to Take Medicine

Brianna Flores, Reporter October 27, 2017

Imagine you’re sitting in class and all of a sudden you get a throbbing headache. Your first reaction might be to reach into your bag and grab some medicine that you carry for these situations. Although...

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