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The 2018 Hume trophy is awarded December 6, 2018

The 2018 Hume trophy is awarded December 6, 2018

Lauryn Newborn

December 10, 2018


Filed under Community Engagement, Features, Health and Beauty, High School Football, Hillsboro Cluster News, Senior Moments, Showcase, Sports

NASHVILLE, Tenn - Today following a luncheon at Swett's Restaurant hosted by the Nashville Civilian Club, Joseph Honeysucker from Hillsboro High school was named as the 2018 recipient of the prestigious Hume Award. Honeysucker recently committed to Memphis University to play football. The Hum...

A Reflection of my time at Hillsboro, and a special thank you to some very important people

A Reflection of my time at Hillsboro, and a special thank you to some very important people

Callie Mabry, Reporter

May 19, 2018


Filed under Burro News Network, Features, Hillsboro Cluster News, Memorials and Obituaries, Showcase

My name is Callie Maybry and I am a Hillsboro High School senior who has attended HHS all four years. In less than three days, I’ll be a graduate. In the grand scheme of things, four years doesn’t sound like a long time, but in the moment, as an eighteen year old as a senior high school student, it...

Hillsboro High School ISR Seniors and Juniors participate in the annual science symposium event at UTK

Hillsboro High School ISR Seniors and Juniors participate in the annual science symposium event at UTK

Obang Lwangmianga, Technology Reporter

April 19, 2018


Filed under Academies of Nashville, Hillsboro Cluster News, Hillsboro Community Engagement, News, Showcase, Vanderbilt

Recently, five Hillsboro High School students from the Interdisciplinary Science and Research traveled to University of Knoxville to present their independent research projects at the Tennessee Junior Science and Humanities Symposium. Oliver Eagan, a junior, placed first in the poster talk category w...

Thousands march in Tennessee cities in push for gun control

Thousands march in Tennessee cities in push for gun control

Hillsboro Globe reporters from News Desk: Madeline Kerr, Sydney Johnson and Fatima Vargas

March 25, 2018


Filed under Hillsboro Cluster News, Nashville News, News, Showcase

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Thousands of people have marched in Tennessee cities to push for gun control and school safety as part of a national campaign sparked by the recent Florida school shooting. The Nashville march was held in conjunction with nation-wide marches held in satellite cities all in supp...

Hillsboro DECA students head to State after conquering Orlando

Hillsboro DECA students head to State after conquering Orlando

Sarah Strasinger and Angel Powell

March 9, 2018


Filed under Academies of Nashville, Campus Life, Hillsboro Cluster News, Showcase

Hillsboro High School DECA organization is on a roll, literally, having just returned from a fantastic trip to a marketing trip in Orlando, Florida and this weekend  twelve students are attending the Tennessee State DECA competition. The Hillsboro High School DECA Chapter is led by Dr. Robert Kriebel,...

Former Burro, Dorie Harrison (’17) is named SEC Freshman of Week

Former Burro, Dorie Harrison (’17) is named SEC Freshman of Week

Hillsboro Sports Desk

January 30, 2018


Filed under Girls Basketball, Hillsboro Cluster News, Showcase, Sports

LEXINGTON, Ky. – It is no surprised that Hillsboro High School 2017 graduate and four-year starter Dorie Harrison is named SEC Freshman of the week for posting game highs two games in row. Harrison is a true freshman at Kentucky University who scored 15 points against Alabama (1/15/18) an...

Nashville Traditions: Santa’s Trees Lot, since 1970, has been a Christmas tradition for generations

Nashville Traditions: Santa’s Trees Lot, since 1970, has been a Christmas tradition for generations

Callie High & Angel Flores, Photos: Callie High

December 18, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Hillsboro Cluster News, Nashville Traditions, Showcase

“Santa’s Trees “ is the name of the tree lot that is in front of Hillsboro High School. The man that runs the tree lot is Jim Mc Cloud. According to Jim Mc Cloud, the tree lot in front of Hillsboro high school is a “Green Hills Tradition.” He said, “This tree lot has been set up in front...

Withdrawing from success is not in DACA recipient’s plan, but a nursing license is

Withdrawing from success is not in DACA recipient’s plan, but a nursing license is

Fatima Vargas, Reporter

October 20, 2017


Filed under Academies of Nashville, Campus Life, Hillsboro Cluster News, Hillsboro Community Engagement, Showcase

Editor's Note: Fatima Vargas is a first year reporter with the Hillsboro Globe who has been covering DACA and immigration related news since August, 2017. As a news source, our research showed little written from the point of view of the age group the elimination of DACA affects most - the 18 th...

Hillsboro Cluster Night in the Burro Dome was a BLAST!

Hillsboro Cluster Night in the Burro Dome was a BLAST!

Georgia Greer, Reporter

September 10, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Hillsboro Cluster News, Marching Band, Showcase

Friday, September 8, 2017, Hillsboro High School not only hosted Independence High School's football team for week 4 of TSSAA varsity football, but the Burros hosted eighth graders from each of Hillsboro High School's cluster feeder schools joined recognized Fall Friday Night Lights programs to participate...

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