The Marionette

HCP Senior night slideshow 2019

Nikita Lewchuk, Reporter, Managing Editor

March 14, 2019


Filed under Community, HCP News, Slideshow, Sports, Video

Archery aims for state

Archery aims for state

Jordyn Daniels, Reporter/ video editor

March 14, 2019


Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, HCP News, Slideshow, Sports

The Archery team's season came to an end, competing in the McLoud tournament on Feb. 9. The tournament was well-represented by the underclassmen of the team while the upperclassmen were taking the ACT. The smaller group of students were able to increase the overall team score by 150 points by ...

Engineering class tours local plant

Camryn Anderson, Reporter

March 7, 2019


Filed under HCP News, Technology

The engineering and design class toured the Xerox manufacturing facility last block day to learn more about robotics and manufacturing. After studying industrial engineering, statistics, batch processing, and lean manufacturing, the class got to see it in action at the Xerox plant, where the students...

Band students attend All City clinic

Band students attend All City clinic

Camryn Anderson, Reporter

February 26, 2019


Filed under HCP News, Showcase

Eight Harding students performed at the All City High School Honor Band at Northwest Classen on January 27 under the direction of Susan Clothier. Students auditioned in November, and those who were selected rehearsed together in January for a two-day clinic and a concert. Seniors Violet Parrott...

January Awesome Eagles announced

January Awesome Eagles announced

Violet Parrott, Reporter/ Photo Manager

February 12, 2019


Filed under HCP News, Showcase

Each month four students are recognized as Awesome Eagles for going above and beyond in some way. January's Awesome Eagles were: senior Taylor Post, junior Trevor Witherspoon, sophomore Tay’ana Rollins and freshman Jayla Wilson. Each student received a certificate, a free t-shirt and free lunch from S&a...

Performing in the big leagues

Performing in the big leagues

Alice Bennet, Reporter

February 8, 2019


Filed under Community, Featured A&E, HCP News

"I wish I had two arms more arms to give you four thumbs down." Harsh, yes, but criticism is necessary for growth when competing in an environment like the All State Orchestra. Juniors Victor Nyugen, violinist, and Jackson Burnette, bassist, learned this lesson during their time at All State back in...

New life in the halls: new and returning students

Camryn Anderson, Reporter

February 6, 2019


Filed under HCP News

The school welcomed some new students and returning students following the conclusion of winter break. Junior Sean Dobson and Sophomore Deepika Staraman returned to the school in January, after trying out a year or two elsewhere.   Dobson left last year to attend the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematic...

Speech and Debate brings home 2nd place in the Crossings Tournament

Speech and Debate brings home 2nd place in the Crossings Tournament

Violet Parrott, Reporter/ Photo Manager

February 4, 2019


Filed under HCP News

The Speech and Debate team earned second place in 5A sweepstakes at the Crossings Christian Tournament over the weekend and earned 13 qualifications for Regionals in March. Co-captain Nikita Lewchuk earned first place in Original Oratory in the champions division. Lewchuk qualified for champs Original O...

“Pathway to Greatness” plan revealed

Dylan DelCol, Reporter

February 4, 2019


Filed under HCP News

The Oklahoma City Public Schools Board of Education unveiled plans for its Pathway to Greatness Initiative to reorganize the OKC school district feeder system and resource allocation. The plan was presented by Superintendent Dr. Sean McDaniel on Tuesday, January 23, at a public meeting at Northeast High ...

A Streetcar Named Embark OKC

Nikita Lewchuk, Reporter

February 1, 2019


Filed under Community, HCP News

After months of construction and anticipation, Oklahoma City joined cities like Dallas and Milwaukee in bringing modern streetcar systems to the inner city in an effort to revitalize the downtown area. The project was part of Oklahoma City’s Maps 3 Program, which was funded through a one cent sales tax...

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