The Marionette

October Awesome Eagles

Nikita Lewchuk, Reporter, Managing Editor

November 12, 2018


Filed under Community, HCP News

The October Awesome Eagles are senior Cody Cummins, junior Dorothy Lyles, sophomore James Frazier and freshman Joel Guerra. These students were nominated by a teacher for exemplary behavior both inside and outside the classroom. All four students received "Eagle of the Month" t-shirts, and had the op...

Policy updates for the first semester

Nikita Lewchuk, Reporter

October 15, 2018


Filed under Community, HCP News

There are several changes in the works this year concerning instruction policies. Many of the changes were targeted at the freshman class to provide a framework across all their teachers. Before now, the late work policy varied from teacher to teacher and agendas were checked once a week. Now all freshm...

Exploring outside the classroom

Camryn Anderson,, Reporter

October 15, 2018


Filed under Community, HCP News

Each block day, various classes take advantage of the near two hour class period to escape the general nature of their classrooms and do something different. This time three classes: Engineering and Design, Heritage Speakers/Spanish Five and Zoology went on field trips for both educational purposes an...

Students, community prepare for upcoming arts festival

Nikita Lewchuk, Reporter

September 21, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, HCP News

Musicians are practicing, artists are creating and a variety of guests are preparing for a day of music, art, food and fun for the second annual Harding Charter Prep Arts Festival. The auditorium will be busy with performers from across the metro, including Jeremy Thomas, from the Jeremy Thomas Qua...

Fall into local festivities

Fall into local festivities

Jordyn Daniels, Reporter/Video Editor

September 18, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, Showcase

With fall quickly approaching, there are a number of festivals, fairs and family fun available in the metro area. Here's a list of just a few events to kick off September: The Oklahoma County state fair began on Sept. 13 and runs through Sept. 23. The fair features concerts, one-of-a-kind foods and Dis...

Extreme makeover: HCP edition

Extreme makeover: HCP edition

Jordyn Daniels, Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under Community, HCP News, Showcase

Just like the show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Harding also went through some makeovers this summer. Publications adviser Kelli Taylor, health/cardio teacher Leslie Piccolo, 9th and 10th grade counselor Tonya Mann and 11th and 12th grade counselor Kate Ferguson all painted the walls of their rooms...

Stitt and Edmondson face off for Governor

Nikita Lewchuk, Editor

September 5, 2018


Filed under Community

Aug. 28 brought nationwide scrutiny to the state of Oklahoma as the runoff elections for Governor were held for Republicans. In the Republican primary, Mick Cornett, who served as mayor of Oklahoma City from 2004 to 2018, faced off against conservative businessman, Kevin Stitt. The race between Stitt a...

HCP Welcomes Mr. Meerschaert

HCP Welcomes Mr. Meerschaert

Dylan DelCol/Alice Bennet (Photographer), Reporter

August 29, 2018


Filed under Community, HCP News

Say hello to Greg Meerschaert, the newest member of our science faculty and 9th grade physics teacher. Coming all the way from Michigan, Meerschaert was drawn to Oklahoma for his wife's work at the Osteology museum, where Harding was, according to him, "at the top of his list" for teaching positions. "I...

Carlos Flores floors the field with college offers

Mitchell Stroud, Reporter

May 7, 2018


Filed under Community, HCP News, Student Life

Senior and valedictorian Carlos Flores accepted the AnBryce Scholars Initiative scholarship to Notre Dame last week. Flores has been accepted to Princeton, Duke, Colorado School of Minds and Baylor University. He also received a full ride to Duke. The AnBryce scholarship covers the entire published cost of att...

HCP Governance Board votes to support teacher walkout

Dylan DelCol, Reporter

March 27, 2018


Filed under Community, HCP News

Teachers and students at HCP watch and wait for the Oklahoma Legislature to pass a revenue package that includes teacher pay raises and education fundingIn a Tuesday meeting, the 10 attending HCP Governance Board members voted unanimously to support teachers in their decision to participate in state-wide...

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