The Hi-Gusher

A few freshman sharing their first year experiences

Sarah Beeman, EHS Hi-Gusher Staff

September 23, 2020

  This year’s new students at EHS tell about their first year experiences of their freshman year so far. Emily Chisholm, Avery Mcgoogan, and Dacey Garcia.    Emily Chisholm states, “I thought it was going to be a lot mor...

Experiences with online learning

Tommy Khou, Hi-Gusher

September 17, 2020

The 2020 school year has been stressful, to say the least.  Since the introduction of online school, its been hard for me to feel anything but stress.  After talking to many friends and classmates I’ve come to realize I wasn't...

School spirit, we want it back

Sarah Beeman, EHS Hi-Gusher Staff

September 14, 2020

Going back to school made everyone excited and be able to get back in the routine of the new school year. However, when school finally started back, there was a lack of school spirit, and enthusiasm. There are a lot of changes this...

Virtual learning

Jasmine Sanders, hi gusher writer

September 8, 2020

With the new learning/teaching practices at EHS due to the covid-19 pandemic,students might have issues adapting to learn what their teacher is teaching them if they don't have hands on visual or physical learning skill set. ...

Wear a mask

Sarah Beeman, EHS Hi-Gusher Staff

September 8, 2020

I am attending on site school and wearing the mask is the way to go. Taking precautions and wearing a mask will help me and everyone to attend school and protect our families. The mask is a physical barrier to protect you from ano...

Math

James Cain, HI gusher staff

October 8, 2019

Many people see math as an unnecessary subject, but we use it everyday. This subject can help anybody with their job, it also helps with a person's everyday life. Math, however, is a subject looked down on by most people.  &n...

College Life

Kennedy Langston

April 5, 2019

As EHS seniors near the end of the school year, for many, college will be the next chapter of their lives. Going to college and essentially being independant can create several mixed emotions for anyone, and many seniors are de...

Classes We Want

Kennedy Langston, Journalism I

March 29, 2019

In conversation about post high school life, so many times I’ve heard the complaints that you don’t truly learn the needed skills for college life by my graduated friends. Although high school is not a place to learn how to...

Lasting impressions last after Manny Scott edition

Caitlin Glancey, Hi-Gusher Staff

November 15, 2018

I thoroughly enjoyed Manny Scott coming to EHS. I was moved and touched. Taking pictures for this edition of the Hi-Gusher, I was already anxious about the assembly, primarily since I was in sweat pants and looked kind...

We are greater than the expectations that divide us

Lillie Levingston, submitted article

October 24, 2018

Everywhere around us there are expectations of what we should become, and every day we unknowingly follow these expectations because we feel as if we have to. So what do we do? We raise our standards, sometimes making them ...

We have a pushing problem

Maggie Gonzalez, Hi-Gusher Staff

September 11, 2017

It was an average day in my AP English Language class, when the question was presented to me. “Do you think students are being pushed too hard in school?” There is no easy way to answer this question.  Every class placement...

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