• October 16HC Boys and Girls Soccer both win the 42nd District Championships

Recent decisions to cut education spending affects Blue Devils

April 18, 2018

by Lauren Pennington and Kennedy Foreman In the 2018-2019 school year, the education budget for the state of Kentucky will be cut by at least 25 million dollars. This has resulted in schools around Fayette County losing teachers,...

SBDM discusses dramatic changes at HC in lieu of drastic budget cuts

March 15, 2018

By Kennedy Foreman and Lauren Pennington The SBDM meeting on Mar.14 focused on budgeting approval for the 2018-2019 year. The district expects cuts of 12 million dollars next year, and as a result, HC will be losing eight teachers....

Blue Devils walk out to remember Parkland students and voice their opinions on school safety

March 14, 2018

by Abby Reichart and Kennedy Foreman Schools across the nation have joined forces to take a stand and pay tribute to the seventeen lives that were taken during the Parkland shooting on Feb.14. Mar. 14 marks one month since...

Bevin’s plan for pensions causes teachers to rise up in protest

November 30, 2017

Recently, KY governor Matt Bevin introduced a bill changing teachers’ retirement into a 401k instead of a pension. This would include having teacher pay out of pocket for health care benefits and freezing the Cost of Living...

Medical Club provides a new outlook for students

October 31, 2017

by Hannah Faulkner HC offers many clubs and activities, but they’ve recently added to the substantial list- they’ve added Medical Club, where students can learn more about careers in the medical field. Two of the mai...

HC students to join the Fredrick Douglass High School student body

January 25, 2017

HC students are currently enrolling in classes for the following academic year. With the addition of Fredrick Douglass High School to Fayette County, scheduling has become somewhat complicated for select students. Redistricting...

North Dakota Access Pipeline threatens environment and Native American rights

November 30, 2016

In more recent months, the Native American protests against the Dakota Access pipeline have brewed much recognition for the rights of the indigenous, as well as the environmental risks that corporate greed has and will pose on...

School Board makes PSAT mandatory for sophomores and freshmen

October 5, 2016

Starting in this academic year, the PSAT is now mandatory for Fayette County all Freshman and Sophomores. Previously it was strongly encouraged but still optional. The PSAT is a preparation for the SAT, testing students math and...

HC seniors receive a pleasant parking surprise

September 14, 2016

by Hannah Faulkner Here at HC, parking is a complicated issue for all members of the community. With a student population of over 2400 and a staff population of 178, it’s no secret that parking is limited. In the past, this...

New mural livens up lower hallways of HC

September 14, 2016

by Lauren Pennington HC is full of many unique murals that students can admire. These extravagant pieces make HC a more lively and colorful place. Recently, HC art teacher Kiefer Shuler and a select group of Art Club members...

HC implements regulations to increase safety

February 4, 2016

During the Kentucky State Police (KSP) safety and security assessment of HC on Friday May 15th, officers conducting the analysis discovered several potential safety issues at HC. A few days later, law enforcement began creating...

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