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Moore Hardware

Jordyn Daniels, Reporter

November 20, 2017


Filed under HCP News, Student Life

Congratulations to the following Speech and Debate team members at the Moore Speech and Debate Tournament. This was their second tournament of the season, and even with a small group of students, the team was successful. "One of our strong suites is extemporaneous speaking; four of our nine qualifications...

Weekend competition round up, Nov. 11

Staff

November 13, 2017


Filed under HCP News

The weekend of Nov. 11-12 was a busy one for the Eagles as they competed all over the OKC metro and beyond in band, speech and debate and academics. All City Band The following members of the band earned spots in the OKC All City Honor Band, a group which will meet for a rehearsal and concert in January: ...

Debate program is ready to ask the ‘Big Questions’ in new tournament

Rachel Rose, Reporter

November 10, 2017


Filed under HCP News

Speech and debate coach Michael Ferguson is feeling a mixture of excitement and stress leading up to the first-ever speech and debate tournament hosted by Harding Charter Prep. Not only is it the first at HCP, the tournament will qualify competitors for NSDA nationals. The inaugural HCP tournament will f...

First quarter Principal’s Honor Roll announced

October 25, 2017


Filed under HCP News

Over 200 students earned a 3.0 GPA for the first quarter, snagging a spot on the Principal's Honor Roll. These students received a free clothes day and a pizza party for their efforts. FRESHMEN Karen Aleman Katia Armendariz Janeth Arreola Rio Brown Malachai Canty Evan Carayo...

Students earn spots in regional honor orchestra

Students earn spots in regional honor orchestra

Jordyn Daniels, Reporter

October 18, 2017


Filed under HCP News, Student Life

Three orchestra students were recently chosen for the highly-selective North Central Honor Orchestra, the most Harding students to have collectively earned spots in the group. Freshman Deepika Sitaraman and sophomores Jackson Burnette and Victor Nguyen auditioned on Oct. 7. NCHO is an honor orchestra for string orchestra students in grades 7 through 12 in the North Cen...

Club hopes to make impact with recycling

Nikita Lewchuk, reporter

October 17, 2017


Filed under HCP News

Environmental Club is back this year, and they’re making changes. In addition to raising awareness on environmental issues, they are also collecting and managing the recycling process. President of environmental club, senior Rachel Newman, was inspired to bring recycling back to Harding when it...

Student exchange program comes ‘full circle’ for French teacher

Dylan DelCol, Reporter

October 17, 2017


Filed under Community, HCP News, Showcase, Student Life

'“One thing I love,” French teacher Emma Smreker said, “is [that] there’s some kids that have never been outside of the country [and] being able to be that person that helps facilitate that.” The French student exchange program is particularly nostalgic for Smreker because she was once a...

Orchestra students participate in local honor orchestra

Rachel Rose, Reporter

October 9, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, HCP News

Twenty HCP orchestra students joined together with orchestra students from other Oklahoma City schools for the 2017 All City Orchestra performance on Friday, Sept. 29. All City Orchestra is an annual event bringing together Oklahoma City orchestra students, under the direction of a guest conductor,...

September Awesome Eagles

September Awesome Eagles

Jordyn Daniels, Reporter

October 9, 2017


Filed under HCP News, Showcase, Student Life

Congratulations to September Ewesome Eagles freshman Daniel Medina, sophomore Braden Warma, junior Daniela Sandoval and senior Carlos Flores. Students are chosen by teachers for going out of the ordinary and for excelling in the classroom. Perks of being student of the month include a free clothes...

Harding Charter students recognized by National Merit program

Harding Charter students recognized by National Merit program

Mitchell Stroud, Reporter

October 9, 2017


Filed under HCP News, Showcase

Harding Senior Camron Bowman was recently named a National Merit Scholar Semifinalist. If he is named one of the 15,000 national finalists he will be in contention for a $2,500 scholarship from the College Board. The semifinalist recognition itself also brings with it plethora of scholarship opportunities...

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