Students had the opportunity to dunk several of their teachers, including Mr. Jonathan Pedrone and Mrs. Melissa Santiago, by throwing a ball at a target.
During the Florida Scholastic Press Association Convention (FSPA), schools from all over Florida gathered to showcase their journalism skills Apr. 27-29 at the Wyndham Orlando Resort.
The club strives to create a safe and comfortable environment for students and holds discussions about issues such as mental health, acceptance and bullying.
Fourteen of the 16 Heritage projects received first or second place, and the other two projects received third and fourth place.
Heritage opened its doors to the public once again. Over 800 people attended the Open House January 28 at 1:00 p.m.
NAHS partnered with Heartillery Group, a non-profit organization whose mission is to show support, love and gratitude to troops overseas.
Sophomores classes gathered in the main theater Nov. 15 during eighth hour for an introduction to college assembly.
Starting at 3 o’clock, the halls bustled with upper school students hurrying to decorate the 9000 hallway and classrooms, and get into costume.
Taking an interest in Spanish after learning it in class for many years, sophomore Dalya Ackerman looked for a program that would involve both the language and community service.
The app has moved to a larger platform to support the growing audience of students.