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Under a New Hand

Under a New Hand

Published: March 9, 2020

Her first year out of FHN, clarinetist Arianna Chaves is already adding to her list of musical accolades. Chaves is one of...

Senior Arianna Chaves plays “Vesuvius” in symphonic band. Chaves has been a member of the band program for all four years of high school. She has participated in the marching band for four years, the symphonic band for three years and the concert band for one year.

Senior Arianna Chaves Has Made Her Mark Mentoring Her Peers

Published: May 6, 2019

Shocked. Thrilled. Humbled. These are the emotions that senior Arianna Chaves feels when she adds an honor to her quickly gr...

Alum Mike Lindsey performs his trombone during the winter concert. Lindsey was one of seven students to make All State Band.

Concert and Symphonic Band to Hold Their Annual Winter Concert

Published: December 6, 2018

Symphonic and Concert Bands will be having their annual winter concert Dec. 6 in the auditorium. This will be their first public...

Principal Nathan Hostetler stands with four seniors who were named National Merit Semifinalists. [From left to right] Seniors Madeline DeGraw, Arianna Chaves, Blake Peters and Riley Lawson were all named National Merit Semifinalists.

National Merit Scholar Semifinalists Discuss Competition and Their Feelings Towards It

Published: December 4, 2018

A recognition in the announcements and a plaque on the wall is the extent of National Merit Scholars that many students see, but oft...

Sophomore Catherine Pundmann poses with her clarinet. After struggling with music, she improved by putting in extra time and effort.

After Struggling with Music, Sophomore Catherine Pundmann Improved Her Skill

Published: October 3, 2018

It’s freshman year. Music fills the ears of sophomore Catherine Pundmann. She looks around at everyone else, trying to mimic what...

Junior Megan Ohst fills out a worksheet in her Chemistry class.

Student Pushback Prompts Exemption Rule Change

Published: December 4, 2017

During the week of Nov. 27, students at FHN could be seen walking hurriedly down the halls and holding neon pink pieces of paper, try...