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Students show their spirit

Published: October 3, 2008

The spirit was definitely showing during FHN’s spirit week this year. Read More »

Seniors women come out on top

Published: October 3, 2008

Bright lights grazed the fields at 6:30 p.m.; the warm-ups and huddles begin. The fields became crowded with black and white jerseys and the stands became filled with anxious fans. Read More »...

Juniors learn and prepare for next Powderpuff

Published: October 3, 2008

On Oct. 1, at 7 p.m., North seniors and juniors played their annual Powder Puff game. Read More »

Homecomeing Parade

Published: October 3, 2008

Before you went to the powderpuff game there was a huge hustle and bustle going down the street in front of Francis Howell North, you guessed it the homecoming parade click here to see the pics from it. Read More »...

Class Colors and Toga Day

Published: October 3, 2008

Did you see all the seniors running around in sheets with leafs in their hair? Well they were Toga's because it was toga day for the class of '09. If you were not wearing a toga then you were wearing your class colors click here to see it Read More »...

Knights played their best and put up big fight

Published: October 3, 2008

On the evening of Oct. 3, Francis Howell North fans packed the stadium to watch the homecoming game. Tensions were high as the game started. Read More »...

Crowds cheers on the Knights

Published: October 3, 2008

There was a variety of people that gathered in the stands of Francis Howell North High School stadium on Oct. 3 to watch their home team play Troy for their homecoming football game. Read More »...

Senior court royalty announced

Published: October 3, 2008

The bleachers were packed during the homecoming game on Friday, Oct. 3 when the winners for the Francis Howell North Senior Homecoming King and Queen were announced during half time. The winners Jordyn Klackner and Tyler Bolte had never been nominated to court before. “I was excited, not only because I was nominated but some of my friends were to and there ...

Powderpuff proves to be an entertaining event for all

Published: October 2, 2008

Once a year students from all grades flood the football stadium at Francis Howell North and to an outsider you would think it is your typical high school football game; people sitting in the stands cheering for their team, lines at the concession stand, a loud voice booming over the speakers, and a score on the board. However, there is one major di...

Last minute Homecoming tips

Published: October 2, 2008

Homecoming can be stressful but also exciting. With these helpful tips, you can be able to calm your nerves and look forward to A Knight In Vegas! Read More »

Volleyball game keeps players on their toes

Published: October 2, 2008

On Oct. 2, 2008 Francis Howell North’s J.V. volleyball team played their homecoming game against Fort Zumwalt South. The two good teams went head to head with the lead never being more than three points in the first game. North worked their magic winning the first game. During the second game, the J.V. girls began to fall behind a little because of small mist...

Homecoming Parade set to involve community

Published: October 1, 2008

Today at 4:30 p.m., there won't be a single car on Hackmann Rd. going more than five mph. Instead, it will be lined with hundreds of Howell North's most dedicated students. Almost 20 clubs will be marching from McClay library to the first entrance of Howell North in the second ever Homecoming Parade. Last year's parade, as explained by StuCo Vice President Izzy Boyer, was a ...