By Michael de Moura Alleviating the absence of all ages concerts, outside of Homer High, takes initiative.  Last month, Homer Council on the Arts invited members of the Kenai Peninsula Orchestra to perform together on April 20th, as part of the gallery concert series. Concertmaster Sue Biggs, her husband Jack Will, Trina Uvaas, and Aaron […]

By Akane Fujimura You stand in front of the judge and tell them your name and perform a song―this is how solo & ensemble works. It will occur on April 5th for students who are in band. Usually, solo & ensemble is optional for anyone who is interested. However, the band director, Ms. Christianson made […]

By Mallory Drover and Aurora Rodrick According to History.com, Valentine’s Day is romantic holiday celebrated on February 14th which is based on three saints, who were all martyred. History.com also tells us that there are three possible legends, one legend for each saint. One talks about a roman priest.  He served an emperor that didn’t […]

Out of the Woodwork

February 15, 2012 | Leave a Comment

By Michael de Moura Homer’s medley of talent and potential has gotten a facelift since World Café was first revamped last winter, under the new name and artistic director. Brand new acts originating from the Middle East all the way to Kachemak Bay make the show “more diverse and more fun!” said Sally Oberstein, the […]

Review of Winter Ball!

January 27, 2012 | 1 Comment

  (Photo by:Mallory Drover) Article By: Tabitha Drover Homer High School hosted the Winter Ball on January 20, 2012. Ever since the snow started to fall kids talked in anticipation about the Winter Ball and how much fun it was going to be. During the dance teenagers that attended grabbed their dates and went to […]

Into the Woods!

January 24, 2012 | Leave a Comment

Photo By http://www.mtishows.com/ Article by Tabitha Drover Every year at Homer High School a school musical is preformed. This year they are preforming a fairytale style musical called “Into the Woods.” The play takes the stories every teenager knows and love, such as “Rapunzel” and “Cinderella” and combines them to create a whole new lovely […]

By Lauren Cashman High School’s choral program is widely known for its student participation in music festivals at several levels. From the Borough Honor Choir to All-National Level, Homer High School students have always been a heavy portion of the groups and this February, two of Homer High School’s students will be attending the next […]

By Michael de Moura For a morning on the 21st of January and an afternoon the next day, Eddie Wood — percussionist, storyteller, actor and dancer — is teaching a weekend workshop at the Homer Council on the Arts building.  The two part workshop will focus on hand percussion, incorporating rhythms from the United States, […]

By Matthew Meyer It’s the holiday season and Christmas is coming around the corner, and for Swing Choir that just means they have to work harder than ever. Swing Choir practices at the school every day at 7:30 A.M, an hour earlier than most students, to practice 37 Christmas Carols, including well known carols, like […]

Headstart Helpers

November 21, 2011 | Leave a Comment

Headstart daycare center is renting an old building on Oceanview drive and is currently renovating it for better use. The art teacher, Ms. Jannetta, who’s daughter is in HeadStart, is now taking her third period art class to the newly renovated building on Oceanview by car to have her third period art class paint the […]

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