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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...

Cut to Black (History Month)

Rachel Rose, Reporter

March 5, 2018


Filed under Community, HCP News

February's Black History Month assembly was a moving tribute to African American culture, put together by a committee of students that included seniors Jackie Boone and Jake Lange, juniors Rhonda Cummings and Shanece Wilson, and sophomore Justice Clark. Teachers involved were Joshua Higginbotham, Crystal...

Ferguson baby shakes up English and drama departments

Dylan DelCol, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under Community, HCP News

In the wake of the Fergusons' new baby, Harding has welcomed two new teachers to fill the gaps in our English and drama departments - both of Elizabeth Boomer's parents: Steve and Sherry McCurley. Cherith Ferguson's post has been filled by 9th grade English teacher Boomer, while her post has in turn...

Treats, eats for all Valentine’s Day budgets

Mitchell Stroud, Reporter

February 8, 2018


Filed under Community, Restaurants, Student Life

You wake up, and the brisk February air gently sweeps away your slumber as you walk to the corner flower shop. Every morning you walk by and see the idle shop-owners welcome the few regulars that stop by every day, but today is different. The flower shop is bustling with troves of customers searching...

October Food Review: Hatch OKC

Dylan DelCol, Reporter

December 14, 2017


Filed under Community

“It’s so clean and bright and fancy.”   “Quality of experience: definitely top notch.”   ‘I could tell that the food was made with care and attention to detail.”   “I would definitely eat there again, and recommend it to my family and friends.”   These ...

String student first to make All-State

Mitchell Stroud, Reporter

December 13, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, Music

Sophomore Jackson Burnette earned a spot in the All-State orchestra on December 3rd. Burnette auditioned along with 25 other bassists, all vying for a spot in the orchestra. In the end, All-State judges chose the top eight bassists from the 26 and awarded them a spot in the orchestra. He was named second...

Holiday happenings

Chase Leach, Reporter

December 12, 2017


Filed under Community

Oklahoma City offers a number of features and attractions to help fill the wait for the holidays this December, so you won't have to worry about boredom taking over your break. Devon presents the ongoing "Downtown in December" event this year, which will host a number of separate events and attractions,...

Giving back for the holidays

Rachel Rose, Reporter

December 4, 2017


Filed under Community

The holiday season brings with it a spirit of giving not just to friends and family, but to those less fortunate. Oklahoma City has plenty of opportunities to volunteer this year. Here are a few options: 1. The City Rescue Mission, which aims to help the homeless and hungry in OKC, has its annual Christmas Banquet on Christm...

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