Homewood High School seniors Maggie Williams, Mary Claire Nabors, Drew Shroyer, Grace Kyle and Patricia Flach placed first in the high school division of the Mercedes Marathon Relay in February.
Monday, March 11, 2013
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Homewood High School honored its newest members of the National Honor Society on March 5, 2013. Students being honored were Nick Anderson, Chandler Bledsoe, Adair Blomeley, Johnathan Brown, Madison Collins, Alexis Crenshaw, Owen Ferguson, Josh Gardner, Yevgeniy Gavrikov, Thomas Gordon, Elizabeth Hale, Kate Hall, Caroline Harris, Emily Harrison, Phil Hontzas, Keyonna House, Mary Margaret Jackson, Sadie Johnson, Merrill Johnston, Franny Kyle, Brett Leondike, Trina Mampuya, Sarah Grace McDuff, JP McLeod, Roman Paoletti, Judith Paz, Genny Pittman, Katie Potts, Adam Pratt, David Selden, Chris Simpson, Meredith Smith, Aaron Stansell, Hallie Tarpley, William Walker, Adam Westfall, Miller Williams and Riordan Wyatt. The honors was presented by the current NHS officers Zach Blomeley, Ann Casey Hughes, Maggie Williams, Grant Smith and Brent Hughes, as well as HHS Assistant Principal Latta Johnston. The event was produced by HHS National Honor Society sponsors Kelly Reaves and Melinda Rouleau.
Friday, March 1, 2013
Homewood High School History teacher Ms. Carolyn Rayford addresses the packed HHS auditorium during the recent Black History Program. The guest speaker for the event was 1991 HHS graduate and Birmingham City Councilor Jay Roberson, seated to the left of Ms. Rayford.
- Birmingham City Councilor Jay Roberson speaks to the students and faculty recently at Homewood High School's Black History Program, produced and organized by Ms. Carolyn Rayford.
- Front LtoR: Ms. Carolyn Rayford, Keonna Wicks and Maggie Williams.Back LtoR: Mr. John Dedrick, Anthony Broach, Genesis Barco, Birmingham City Councilor Jay Roberson, Madison Collins and Phelecia Knight.