Everyone, at one point in their lives, has been asked what they want to be when they grow up. Answers are constantly changing, from doctor to lawyer to author. However, thanks to the school’s annual career fair, junior high (JH) students can preview a wide variety of careers and have an opportunity to talk to the professionals.
With the dry climate, California has always been prone to fires, but the recent escalating outbreaks are hitting close to homes and colleges.
Each year since the club’s founding in 2011, Letters for Better has hosted a book drive to collect and then donate books to children. This is the first year the club is working with the Pajama Program.
Freezing weather, late-night practices and glimmering trophies: last weekend, the speech and debate team struck again at the 37th annual Glenbrooks Invitational in Chicago. The tournament is the largest in the nation hosted by a high school. At an event with more than 500 competitors in a wide variety of events, Heritage stood out once again.
This past weekend, the Indian Regional and Cultural Center (or IRCC), hosted its annual Diwali festival. This Indian festival of lights honors the victory of good over evil through fireworks, food, celebrations and dances.