Hoopa Hits High Note

The Hoopa Valley High School Choir brought home a first place trophy from Music in the Park at Great America in Santa Clara last weekend. The high school and junior high school choir competition was hosted by Milpitas High School and featured both large and small choirs, bands and symphonies. Not only did they sing on stage in front of judges, they sang throughout the entire 14 hours of drive time. Back row from left to right: Lucas Burns, William Choki, Makayla Ward, Zannette Wickard, Tristin Moon; Front row from left to right: Shelby Gore, Minnie McKelvey, Kinsan Hostler, Angel Muro./Photo courtesy of Becky Cape Read More →

Positive Brush Strokes

Bullying takes on different forms; one of them is through graffiti on public walls. The graffiti is hurtful without the target even seeing what’s written personally, as it spreads like wildfire throughout the high school population. Graffiti isn’t always about bullying, it can also be an artistic expression; however, most graffiti at school on the locker room lockers, stalls, and walls is not usually pretty—in fact, it can be downright embarrassing. Read More →

Hoopa High Students Working to be the Change

Hoopa Valley High School’s Be the Change club will be making some noise, thanks to support from K’ima:w Medical Center’s Human Services Department. Read More →

Kiwanis Club Helps Young Readers

The Willow Creek Kiwanis Club is on a mission to help the children in the community. This year, the club donated cash to four classrooms in need of books by guided reading level. Read More →

Twice is Nice

The Hoopa Warriors battled their way to a second consecutive North Coast Section title on Saturday night at Humboldt State University’s Redwood Bowl. The title is one for the record books being the first time the Warriors took the football NCS title two years in a row. The Warriors won their first NCS title in […] Read More →

Hoopa High School Only Humboldt County School to Boost Test Scores

The poorest performing high school in Humboldt County boosted its Academic Performance Index (API) score by 18 points, a phenomenal achievement according to Hoopa Valley High School Vice Principal, Matt Levesque. Read More →

Wildcats Pounce on Warriors

The first game of the Humboldt Del-Norte Little Four division league pitted a team that has dominated the region for years—Ferndale—versus a team that wanted to show they were the new bully on the block—Hoopa. But, the game ended like the other 27 straight victories for Ferndale, with a convincing victory over an overwhelmed foe. Read More →

Hoopa Valley High School Commencement Pictorial

Seniors from the 2010 graduating class of Hoopa Valley High School throw their caps into the air to celebrate their graduation and the beginning of the next step in their lives. / Photo by Manuel Sanchez, Two Rivers Tribune.~The Hoopa Valley High School Class of 2010~         Read More →