2016-2017 Course Description Book
Hillcrest Athletics Official Website
HHS Activity Calendar
HOSA State Leadership Conference: Students Competitive Events
Thaonhi Nguyen Behavior Health
Ara Omotowa Medical Law & Ethics
Tristan Yoder Epidemiology
Tristan Yoder Extemporaneous Writing
Bailee Zinzer Extemporaneous Health Poster
Tori Louk Health Education
Ethan Tall Health Education
Jacob Ritter Health Education
Jacob Ritter Home Health Aide
Chyanne Yoder Nutrition
Natsumi Holmes HOSA Bowl
Thaonhi Nguyen HOSA Bowl
Dillon Weatherston HOSA Bowl
Karen Yang HOSA Bowl
Ara Omotowa Research Persuasive Speech
TOP FIVE (students received 4th or 5th place in the state)
Jared Anderson Forensic Medicine
Tori Louk Physical Therapy
Kayla Loertscher Forensic Medicine
Sephra Miller Growth & Development
Kayla Stoller Medical Photography
Our Senior Art 4 students recently entered their art portfolios into the Senior Portfolio Competition. This competition is between Senior art students from Hillcrest, Bonneville, Skyline, and Idaho Falls high schools. Our kids' work looked amazing. Here are the winners from our school. Cash prizes are awarded to winners. Congratulate them if you get a chance, they have been working towards this all year!
Brittany Call - 2nd place
Tyler Schmalz - 3rd place
Congratulations to the ballroom team! They took 1st place division II with their cha cha and third place division II with their Quickstep at the Gem State Classic competition.
Hillcrest High School had 11 band members qualify for Gem State Honor Band. Kudos to them and Mr. Landauer.
Our Knightline team placed first in Kick at the Upper Valley Dance and Cheer competition.
Our drama department is performing A Midsummer Night’s Dream in a modern setting. This fantastic production was the result of over 100 hours of rehearsal time and included many hands to design and make the set. 62 students tried out for 23 parts. These students have a lot to be proud of as they brought
In January, 48 of our students have the opportunity to travel to New York City and perform at Carnegie Hall under the direction of Camille Blackburn. This is a special invitation from guest conductor Jo-Michael Scheibe who is the director of choral music at USC
About 250 people attended This year’s annual special needs dance. Over 100 Hillcrest High School students help organize, decorate, set up dates, and arrange for the music during this special event. 70-75 of our students signed up as dates for our guests, and spend the night together at the dance having a great time. Bell Photography donated pictures for the event and Stakers Floral donated 25 boutonnieres and corsages. Many students were involved in making this a success. In particular Sephra Miller, Jessica Foster, and Avery Johnson spent hours making sure the night was special to all those that participated. Great job and much thanks to everyone involved.
Dave Coffman has been selected as the High Country Coach of the year for Women’s Soccer. His team worked extremely hard this year and ended up beating the #1 seed at the district tournament to win the district championship. They got beat in the last five minutes at the state tournament.
Our marching band has performed at our home football games this year. They have looked and sounded great. This really adds a lot to our school. Great job Mr. Landauer and all the marching band students.
Our Knight Times newspaper has issued its fall edition. Over 13 students contributed articles covering current events, history of Hillcrest, sports, Civil War, new teachers, and new students. It is a great publication that requires a lot time and effort by Erica Harris and all the editors.
Congratulations to Clif Davis! He has been selected to the Idaho Speech Arts Teachers Association Hall of Fame. This is a great honor, please join me in give Clif a pat on the back.
-Congratulations to Camille Blackburn. Camille has been honored by the Idaho American Choral Directors Association with the award of Idaho's Outstanding Choral Director for 2015.
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