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Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Senior Delaney Dyer poses in cap and gown outside. Dyer has been involved in the band program all four years of high school, playing the flute and piccolo.

The Class of COVID-21

Jacquelyn Burrer, Reporter February 22, 2021

While senior year for the Class of 2020 ended at spring break, senior year for the Class of 2021 never truly began and has been far from typical, filled with restrictions and cancelations.    “We’ve...

Q&A: All-State musicians

Q&A: All-State musicians

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief February 10, 2021

Students across the state undergo a rigorous audition process in order to earn placement in Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) ensembles. Students in fine arts programs have earned these placements,...

Assistant principal Rachel Flanders poses by the school’s front office entrance.

Changing zones

Emma Short, Entertainment editor January 27, 2021

After remaining comfortable with one area for her whole career, this year she is making a change. Lewisville High School administrator Rachel Flanders started working as an assistant principal at Hebron...

Junior Morgan Horrell swings her club and scans the course to see where her ball lands. In December of 2019, Horrell was frustrated with the game because her goals seemed out of reach; she even considered not playing college golf. “Once the summer came around, I was finally starting to hit those lower numbers I had been shooting for,” Horrell said. “That was when I realized that I love this game and once I knew I could [reach my goals], that was a total game-changer because I worked so hard to be able to do that.”

Swinging into college

Hailey Dirks, Managing Editor January 22, 2021

Junior Morgan Horrell has been surrounded by golf her whole life. The challenge of correcting failures and improving her mentality was addictive; she considers hitting even par as one of her greatest joys....

Ending on a high note

Ending on a high note

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief January 20, 2021

 Select band students choose to compete and preform solos outside of school in order to progress as musicians - here are a few of them.   Aayan Patel Saxophone Freshman Aayan Patel plays...

Junior Nandita Kumar poses next to a homemade sign expressing her personal beliefs about the anti-racism movement. Kumar is an adamant supporter of the movement and takes active efforts to fight racial injustice in her community through her position in March For Our Lives (MFOL), a youth-led gun violence prevention organization.

Anyone can be an activist

Jacquelyn Burrer, Reporter December 8, 2020

When she started, she didn’t think she would accomplish anything. Now, she’s meeting with the school district, hosting state-wide workshops and organizing city projects.    Junior Nandita...

Junior Sydney Japic stands with a ball on the soccer field after practice. Sydney was unable to play high school soccer the past two years. “I’m looking forward to starting to play high school games because I’ve never played high school soccer before,” Japic said. “This is my first year.”

Moving towards her goal

Henry Hays, Sports Editor December 7, 2020

About 135 -- that's how many minutes junior Sydney Japic spent on the verge of tears each week before moving from California to Texas. Japic moved to Texas from California in October to continue her...

Junior Noah Farahmand works at Stonebriar Country Club in Frisco. He delivers golf carts to people on the golf course on weekends.

Students juggle school, jobs

Olivia Yager, Reporter December 2, 2020

Being a student comes with a lot of responsibility, especially for those who balance jobs with school. Having a job can sometimes hinder sleep at night, grades and all aspects of a student’s life. Three...

Photo via FCA.org

FCA unable to hold meetings due to safety protocols

Malley O'Carroll, Social media manager December 2, 2020

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is a club designed to allow athletes and coaches share their faith. The club allows anyone to participate and hear the messages they have to share. Baseball coach...

Student council members seniors Dexter Mitchell and Sydney Stafford work to finish setting up decorations for homecoming. Student council is in charge of planning and decorating the school for important events.

Student council plans for virtual meetings

Malley O'Carroll, Social media manager November 17, 2020

Due to safety restrictions, extracurricular clubs and organizations have been limited this year. Student council has made adjustments to the club’s application process, meeting style and volunteer activities...

Senior Anabel Sanchez stands outside the gym with her rifle. As one of the color guard captains, Sanchez has had to adapt to her role as a leader due to COVID. “It’s been difficult to adjust with covid rules, but just being around my team is what makes my experience better,” Sanchez said.

Keeping the flag flying

Ian Wright, Opinion editor November 13, 2020

“One... two... three” the drum majors count down from a podium. The drums begin rolling, a symphony of instruments begin roaring and the choreographed color guard performance begins. Senior Anabel...

Freshman Macie Snyder returns the ball during tennis practice on Oct. 30. The tennis season ended on Oct. 20 with a game against Lewisville, and will start up again late next semester.

Forehanding Freshman

Emma Short, Entertainment editor November 9, 2020

Walking with her mom while shopping, freshman Macie Snyder’s phone dings. She grabs it out of her pocket to find the roster for the tennis team this season, with her name next to varsity. She is excited...