“Berry” much money raised by Senior Survivors

“Berry” much money raised by Senior Survivors

Jackie Keranen, Staff Writer

May 18, 2015

This year’s Senior Survivor concluded with the Ultimate Survivor as Evan Webster! Webster represented the color berry and part of team fruit, an alliance Webster made with Devin Belcher, who represented the color orange. Webster described Senior Survivor as life changing, tiring, and motivational.

The last goodbye

The last goodbye

Megan Killop, Business Manager

May 13, 2015

Goodbyes, emotions, and high school seniors: all components of a scene destined to ignite tears and sentimental memories. The high school careers of the Class of 2015 are hastily coming to a close. Some are sad, will miss their fellow classmates, and fear the upcoming responsibility labeled as “life,” while some can’t wait to pack their things and move on with their education to a bigger and brighter future.

Best promposals of 2015

Best promposals of 2015

Rachel Cichon, Editor-in-Chief

May 3, 2015

In celebration of Prom, the Main Four is showcasing some of the best promposals done by members of the class of 2015.

Senior Survivor: Day 1

Senior Survivor: Day 1

Rachel Cichon, Editor-in-Chief

April 28, 2015

Summary of Sunday's challenges, rewards and winners for Senior Survivor. Consistently check Main Four for more updates on the competition.

Race for senior survivor starts Wednesday

Race for senior survivor starts Wednesday

Jordan Pudvay, Social Media Editor

February 23, 2015

It’s that time of the year again. The race for Senior Survivor 2015 officially begins Wednesday, February 25th! Applications will be available in P-7 and the main office. All funds raised will go to Children’s Leukemia Foundation of Michigan. Last year, they raised $27,039.20 for The Rainbow Connection. Check out the Howell High School Class of 2015 Facebook page for a video of last year’s Senior Survivor finale.

Class President works to connect HHS students

Class President works to connect HHS students

Rachel Cichon, Editor-in-Chief

January 28, 2015

For the majority of students, senior year is one of the busiest, most stressful and most monumental times of their lives as they fret over college applications, scholarships and Prom. For members of student council, this workload only increases as they plan events and raise money for their class. Despite this, senior Kaitlin Rolli, president of the Class of 2015, devotes her time to effectively leading her classmates and crafting a positive school experience.

Class of 2015 shirts

May 14, 2014

Class of 2015 t-shirts are in! They are available in the commons during each lunch for 12 dollars. They will be available until Thursday, May 15.

It is time for juniors to take a lead

May 13, 2014

By Staff Writer: Tricia Tucker Alright juniors, it’s now your time to show.  Seniors are coming to an end and it is time to face the facts: you’re next in line, next to rule this school and receive your caps and gowns.  But first, you need to prepare yourselves for the wretched future: college. ...

Junior spreads rays of sunshine at HHS

May 13, 2014

By Staff Writer: Jada Boprie Few people are lucky enough in life to have a friend like Janice Kwan. Aside from her talents for singing and academics, this Howell High School junior is known around the school for her ever-present smile and her rare sense of kindness. Even as we start the interview, she ch...

Winterfest dance has surprising twists

February 28, 2014

By Staff Writer: Rachel Cichon On Saturday, Feb. 8, Howell High School’s student council class of 2015 put together the annual Winterfest dance. The dance was held in the school’s commons area from 8-11 that night, where a large collection of Highlanders gathered for music, friends and fun. With ...

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