HRV’s Graduation ceremony will begin at 3:00 Pacific time. Before that, we’ll air all the speeches that normally happen at graduation.
At least 15 Northwest colleges will have representatives, and HRV counselors and Summit center staff will make presentations at College Visitation and Information Night on Wednesday, November 2 at 6pm in the […]
Kevin Haspela’s Earth Science classes went down to the river Wednesday, but they left their kite-boards and fishing poles at home. They were helping to rejuvenate plant life, improve habitat, and keep […]
With Forecasting Week beginning Tuesday, the Guidance Office has created a video to highlight the event. Enjoy the HRVHS spoof of the SNL Thanksgiving Adele skit. If you don’t quite get the […]
Written by: Rhett Mosqueda, Talon Staff Reporter 2016 has begun, and college season is in full effect. College applications should already have been submitted, or close to being submitted. The Free Application […]
By Faviola Campos, Talon staff reporter Almost every year class sizes increase and classrooms are becoming overcrowded. The Spanish for Spanish Speakers 2 course at HRV is a fairly large class. Since […]
By Ariana Tran, Talon staff reporter High school can be scary for incoming freshmen, and that’s why we have link day! For some freshmen the day went well, while others see possibilities […]
by HRV Talon Staff Reporter Elizabeth Bricker Recently, it has come to the attention of the HRV administrators that the demographics of freshman classes are not proportionate, or a good representation of […]
A.P. testing is just around the corner and whether you are taking A.P. Calc or A.P.Human Geography, these tips will help you prepare when test day comes.