Spring Show

Shelby Mae Coleman, staff writer
April 24, 2014

The Heath High steppers preformed their annual Spring Show on Saturday, April 12th in the Performing Arts Center. The show was 7 pm through 9 pm. The RHHS dancers had sold tickets weeks prior to the show, leading to a sold out performance! Overall, the Highsteppers were very pleased with the turn out... Read more »

Lights, Camera, Action! Perspective From A Crew Member

Sierra Shepard, Staff Writer
October 22, 2012

Lights! Camera! Action! The director calls out before beginning a scene. The lighting crew prepares spotlights flips switches, adjusts the lighting booth, places reflective devices and sets house lights all before the show has begun. The camera crew adjusts the lenses and places them in a select area... Read more »

Awaiting Breaking Dawn

Precious Chidozie, Staff Writer
November 27, 2011

Vampires, werewolves, forbidden romance, fantasy and action. Twilight fans await the beginning of the end of the movie saga, a beginning that will spur a new marriage and create a new way of life.  The story of Breaking Dawn comes to the big screen on November 18th. The Twilight series focuses on Bella... Read more »

Living with the Dead

Night Of The Living Dead

Chiara Timbone, Staff Writer
October 31, 2011

Bloody faces, disheveled clothes, insane movements – a horrifying scenario arrived at our high school. From Thursday, October 13 to Saturday, October 15, the Theatre Arts Department presented the famous play “Night Of The Living Dead” under the direction of Glenn Bennett, theatre technique teacher... Read more »

Power in the Voices

Precious Chidozie, Staff Writer
October 31, 2011

On Thursday,October 20th, choir had their first concert of the year, but first they had to prepare. Choir has practiced for the past few months working hard to get the music right.  Preparing for concerts and events is not always easy. Rehearsals can take up extra practice hours if needed. Choir had... Read more »

Her Smile is Contagious: The Ballad of Mona Lisa Review

The Ballad of Mona Lisa

Aleks Kochan, Staff Writer
May 23, 2011

Panic at the Disco has released a music video for The Ballad of Mona Lisa, the lead single for their new album Vice and Virtues. As soon as the first ghostly notes are played, and we see the first cobwebs, we wouldn’t be wrong to worry about taking this video seriously. The director attempted to channel... Read more »

Almost Magical: Thor Review


Our Rating: B-

Aleks Kochan, Staff Writer
May 23, 2011

I grew up watching movies with my history-loving father. He has this irritating habit of carefully analyzing every detail of every fictional work to check historical accuracy. Unfortunately, I’ve developed the same habit. I spent the first half an hour of Thor freaking out about the way Viking mythology... Read more »

The Girl Who Has a Heart: Jackie Castro

Amber Griffith & Raynie Sewell, Staff Writers
April 11, 2011

Despite possessing one of the fastest growing economies in Africa, Ghana still has its ups and downs. The poorer citizens in Africa do not have some of the accessories we are accustomed to. Many people there do not have running water and that often leads to poor sanitation, which is a major cause of... Read more »

What a Wonderful Tune!

March 5, 2011

by Bethany Stone His face crumpled up with frustration as he quietly ransacked his mind for the precise words to accurately describe his love and obsession for Channel 4’s hit television show “Glee”, and when sophomore Jacob Anderson stumbled upon the perfect phrase he blurted it out as... Read more »

You Can’t Take It with You

October 8, 2010

Join a wonderful cast and crew of Rockwall-Heath students who have been working hard since the first of September to create a spectacular evening of theatre!! Moss Hart and George Kaufman’s classic comedy welcomes us into the home of a zany American family whose love-sick daughter has fallen for... Read more »

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