The Student News Site of Skyline High School

The Skyline Horizon

The Student News Site of Skyline High School

The Skyline Horizon

The Student News Site of Skyline High School

The Skyline Horizon

AVID: Skylines Path to Success

AVID: Skyline’s Path to Success

Chioma Okoro January 6, 2023

This school year, specifically during the second semester, the Nest is adopting the AVID, Advanced Via Individual Determination, a program for current freshmen Eagles. The purpose of the program is to...

Sharing Our Gratitude for the True Powerhouses of Skyline - Our Custodians

Sharing Our Gratitude for the True Powerhouses of Skyline – Our Custodians

Chioma Okoro, Sidebar Editor November 22, 2022

We, the Horizon staff, deeply want to thank our custodians for their diligence and hard work.  So, thank you for being fearless.  Thank you for your dedication. Thank you for being a role model....

Black Menaces Visit Skyline

Black Menaces Visit Skyline

Chioma Okoro, Sidebar Editor November 17, 2022

Sebastian Stewart-Johnson and Rachel Weaver from the Black Menaces came to speak to Skyline's Black Student Union this last Friday, November 11. They spoke about the significance of being a menace to...

Getting in the Fall Mood with the Best Fall Drinks (Near Skyline)

Getting in the Fall Mood with the Best Fall Drinks (Near Skyline)

Siena Locante, Editor in Chief November 3, 2022

Chai Latte Chai is a classic fall drink with lots of versatility. It can be taken hot, iced, frozen, and much more. With its gingerbread flavors and spicy aftertaste, it perfectly encapsulates fall....

The Most Unpopular Assigned Reading Books at Skyline (and Why Students Hate Them)

The Most Unpopular Assigned Reading Books at Skyline (and Why Students Hate Them)

Emily Young, Student Submissions Editor November 1, 2022

Assigned reading is a necessary evil of most all high school English classes, but some books are particularly baneful when looking back through all of the literature that students have had to drudge their...

Read all About it- Skyline´s Black Student Union

Read all About it- Skyline´s Black Student Union

Chioma Okoro, Sidebar Editor October 18, 2022

  Breaking historical bounds, the Black Student Union is the first of its kind at Skyline High School. Founded by Valencia Mccarthy, a junior, just this year, the club provides an outlet for promoting...

Skylines IB Takeover

Skyline’s IB Takeover

Siena Locante and Jasmine Wong May 3, 2022

Skyline High School has always been tagged with its prestigious title of an IB school, however only a very small percentage actually graduates Skyline having passed the IB diploma or taken an IB course...

College Board -- Enemy or Friend?

College Board — Enemy or Friend?

Vinay Kalva, Contributor April 26, 2022

The College Board is a great organization or a terrible one, depending on who you ask. Whatever your opinion, it is undeniable that the College Board is responsible for a lot of things. The College Board...

Wordle, A Sudden Hit

Wordle, A Sudden Hit

Sarah Ricks, Contributor April 26, 2022

In October of 2021, the game Wordle was created by Josh Wardle and was released to the public. It quickly became a worldwide success because of its fun and competitive nature. Wordle is currently played...

The ACT Isnt Aging Well

The ACT Isn’t Aging Well

Siena Locante and Jasmine Wong April 21, 2022

The American College Testing (ACT) has always played a major role in getting into universities in the United States. It acts as an exam that supposedly predicts college success, and gives the college an...

Skylines Sterling Scholars Soar in 2022

Skyline’s Sterling Scholars Soar in 2022

Lilly Pernichele and Eszter Vizhanyo February 20, 2022

The Sterling Scholars are some of Skyline High School’s most talented students, with overarching achievement across multiple categories, as well as their specialized and valuable knowledge in one of...

Vaping Rates Rise for Underage Students

Vaping Rates Rise for Underage Students

Lily Rutherford, Editor-in-Chief February 17, 2022

Skyline and many other Utah high schools face an epidemic unlike any other -- nicotine use. Vape use has risen highly since 2013, with the state of Utah reporting that 10.7% of high school students used...

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