The Student Voice of Holy Innocents' Episcopal School

Crimson & Gold

Bienvenue en Amérique!

Sarah Schmidt and Grace Asbury

Through our sister-school relationships with high schools in Japan, France, South Africa, and Argentina, HIES has been able to welcome foreign exchange students into our community for the past four years. The main goal of this program is to teach the students about cultural...

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BarTaco Takes Buckhead

Whitney Weiss, Online Editor-in-Chief

Nearly a year ago, the trendy northeastern coastal restaurant BarTaco opened its doors on the Westside. A huge hit, the restaurant has now expanded into Buckhead, centrally ...

  • Three Easy Easter Recipes
  • 5 Easy Steps to Making Chocolate Eclair
  • The Juicy Story

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Get Active

Amelia Rempe and Aubrey Pritchett

In the United States alone, there are more than 3 million cases of childhood obesity each year. According to the CDC, one in every five children between 6 and 17 years of...

  • Technology: Enriching Your Reality or Replacing It?
  • What Depression Actually Looks Like
  • Enneagram: Discover the Real You

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The Next Potential Instagram?

Lela Johnson, Editor in Chief

Social media has grown into a huge, unavoidable presence in modern day culture, particularly over the past decade, as young adults continue to seek the means to properly exploit...

A Night Under the Stars

Grace Sizemore and Katherine Watson

With summer right around the corner, people are looking for fun ways to spend time, and an outdoor movie is the perfect way to do it. Setting up a fun backyard movie night...

  • Grammy Recap
  • A HIES Tradition Uncovered
  • A New Take on a Classic Tale
  • New Year, New You
  • Mockingjay Part 1: Review
  • Gay Straight Alliance – Making HI a Safe Space

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Staff Profile

Sports

Scat for SCAD

Ellie Epperson and Gracen Betts

With over 670 entries from more than 60 schools and 150 finalists, it is exciting for an HIES student to be selected to be showcased in the 79th Annual...

HIES at the HIGH

Whitney Weiss, Online Editor-in-Chief

For the past 3 years, the HIES Fine Arts Alliance has had an academic partnership with Atlanta’s own High Museum of Art. Catalyzed by HIGH board members...

Clarisa Colton: All-State Orchestra

Clarisa Colton: All-State Orchestra

Among recent news, certain HIES musicians and singers...

Annual NHS Talent Show

Annual NHS Talent Show

Amongst the people seen everyday in the hallways, each...

Light, Camera, Action!

Light, Camera, Action!

After months of work, the annual fall play has come...

The New Streaming Era

The New Streaming Era

Whether it’s in your car, or at home relaxing, almost...

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Erin Ernst Empowering Women through Project Lotus

Sydney Coleman, staff writer

It's common knowledge that not everybody in the world has access to education. This is easy for most HIES students to forget, as school is the annoying...

Sugar Stacked by Reed

Anna Carr Hanks and Kaylee Correll

Although high school students have busy, chaotic lives, sophomore Reed Stewart finds time in her schedule to do what she loves. When Stewart was j...

  • A Christmas Service Trip to Nicaragua
  • Taking on the World One Continent at a Time
  • HIES All Around the World: A Look Back at Summer Mission Trips
  • Pieces of the HI Puzzle
  • Spot the Difference: HIES Edition
  • Spotlight: Katie Jacobs

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On the Issues

Lela Johnson, Editor in Chief

With the 2016 Presidential primaries encroaching, many seniors are growing excited to finally be able to exercise their legal right to vote. However, a...

Do Standardized Tests Measure Intelligence?

Sarah Schmidt and Will Peters

Will Peters: Yes Standardized tests measure a student’s aptitude to succeed in higher education. While many students find themselves successful on these test, others find themselves struggling and questioning their intelligence. T...

Opinion: When Do You Become An Adult?

Opinion: When Do You Become An Adult?

Sydney Maturing is a process that takes time, but you become an adult when you are financially independent, which is usually...

Should We Trust the Police?

Should We Trust the Police?

“People sleep peacefully in their beds at night only...

5 Tips for College Visits

5 Tips for College Visits

The college search process is, no doubt, long and complicated....

What’s Your Favorite Part of Thanksgiving?

What’s Your Favorite Part of Thanksgiving?

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and while...

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The Student Voice of Holy Innocents' Episcopal School
The Student Voice of Holy Innocents' Episcopal School