• Pittsburgh Penguins win 2015-2016 NHL Stanley Cup

    Pittsburgh Penguins win 2015-2016 NHL Stanley Cup

    Catherine Wilk, Contributing Writer

    June 19, 2016

    It took seven years and one day exactly for the Pittsburgh Penguins to repeat their ultimate goal in winning the Stanley Cup. Coming into Sunday night’s game at the SAP Center in San Jose, California, the star-studded Pittsburgh Penguins roster found themselves up 3-2 over the San Jose Sharks. With... READ MORE »»

    Captain Sidney Crosby poses with the Conn Smythe Trophy and NHL Owner Gary Bettman.

    Bruce Bennett/Getty Images.

  • Summer Destinations

    Summer Destinations

    Halle Sullivan, Contributing Writer

    June 19, 2016

    There’s plenty of things students do during the summer: stress over summer work, hang out with friends on the beach, or spend the whole day doing nothing. But probably the most looked forward to activity of the summer is getting out of Hingham. Whether it’s a day trip or one that lasts from June... READ MORE »»

    Nantucket

    Meaghan Connelly

  • Working for the Summer

    Working for the Summer

    Nora Hill, Contributing Writer

    June 19, 2016

    Although most high school teenagers associate the summer warmth and jubilant break with country club pools and beaches every day, many seek out experiences to generate a summer full of growth throughout the months of leisure. For instance, Ellie Bilodeau, a high school sophomore, divulges that this... READ MORE »»

    Student at the summer rec camp.

    Hingham Town website

  • Ah Summmer… Reading?

    Ah Summmer… Reading?

    Brooke Coughlan, Contributing Writer

    June 17, 2016

    As the 2015-­2016 school year spirals to a rapid end, both the student body and staff hold mixed feelings about this year. For some, this year was about finding their way in the high school, for others it was about visiting colleges and writing their admission essays. After the constant grind of the... READ MORE »»

    The mural in the 180s hallway.

    Photo courtesy of Hingham High School Website

  • Fighting off Finals Stress

    Fighting off Finals Stress

    Ethan Ayer, Contributing Writer

    June 15, 2016

    This is a cry for help. With the end of the school year approaching, tensions are high and oblivion is near, as students scramble to aggressively shove knowledge into their craniums before finals... next week. For the past month, I have been repeating the same mantra, over and over again in my head... READ MORE »»

    Sophomore Karen Ji studies (and stresses) for the Chemistry Final.

    Taken and permitted by Karen Ji

  • Senior Directed One Acts

    Senior Directed One Acts

     Curran Dillis, Contributing Writer

    June 14, 2016

      Last Tuesday, June 7th, the Hingham High School drama club hosted their annual night of senior directed one act plays. This event, a capstone for many of the outgoing seniors who started in the drama club as freshman, took place in the HHS auditorium at 7 pm on Tuesday, and three shows ran... READ MORE »»

    The casts of "How to Succeed in High School without Really Trying," "Small Actors", and "13 Ways to Screw Up Your College Interview", bow after their performances.

    Curran Dillis

  • Spring Track Banquet Closes a Great Season

    Spring Track Banquet Closes a Great Season

    Shira Berkin, Contributing Writer

    June 13, 2016

    On June 9, the spring track team held their banquet, which was the last of the year for track and field. Banquets are spirited and fun nights to give student athletes recognition for their hard work on the track. While the students ate the delicious potluck dinner, they watched a slideshow of pictures... READ MORE »»

    The girls' distance team poses for a picture.

    Shira Berkin

  • Mr. Mulry: Retired, but not Forgotten

    Mr. Mulry: Retired, but not Forgotten

    Edan Larkin, Contributing Writer

    June 13, 2016

    Mr. Mulry has been a valued memeber of the Spanish department here at Hingham High School for thirty years. In total, he has been teaching for thirty­five years; before HHS, he taught at Winthrop for one year, and Catholic Memorial for four years. Although Mr. Mulry loves his job now, his original... READ MORE »»

    Mr. Mulry smiles at the desk he’s spent plenty of time at over the course of his career.

    Edan Larkin

  • Hingham High Says Au Revoir to Madame Keyes

    Hingham High Says Au Revoir to Madame Keyes

    Rachel Jensen, Junior Editor

    June 12, 2016

    Madame Keyes, who is retiring at the end of this school year, has been a member of the Hingham High community since September of 2004.  The French teacher and foreign language director, known by the students for her intelligence and elegance, actually pursued a teaching position as a second career. ... READ MORE »»

    Madame Keyes is retiring at the end of this school year.

    Rachel Jensen

  • HHS’s Mr. Faherty Retires

    HHS’s Mr. Faherty Retires

    Rose Flynn, Junior Editor

    June 12, 2016

    A few teachers are leaving us students and staff this year at Hingham High School. Among them, is Mr. Faherty, the woodworking, autoshop, and technical drawing teacher here at HHS. As an educator of mechanics, Mr. Faherty enjoys teaching students the rewards of learning creative skills in technology a... READ MORE »»

    Mr. Faherty

    Ryan Eschauzier

News

Congratulations Class of 2016

Annmarie Fennelly and Caroline Kourafas

    This past Saturday, June 4, on a perfect sunny afternoon, the class of 2016 graduated from Hingham High School. Mr. Cincotta directed the HHS's band's rendition of Theme from Pomp and Circumstance...  Read More »

June 6, 2016

Senior Prom 2016

Brendan Chase and Caroline Kourafas

Hingham High's Class of 2016 enjoyed their prom on Thursday, June 2, at the Granite Links Golf Club in Quincy.  Although the day was rather cloudy, the sun made an appearance in time for pictures. As is tradition, students...  Read More »

June 4, 2016

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Sports

Pittsburgh Penguins win 2015-2016 NHL Stanley Cup

Catherine Wilk, Contributing Writer

It took seven years and one day exactly for the Pittsburgh Penguins to repeat their ultimate goal in winning the Stanley Cup. Coming into Sunday night’s game at the SAP Center in San Jose, California, the star-studded Pitts...  Read More »

June 19, 2016 • 0 comments

Crew Banquet

Eamon Flynn, Contributing Writer

On Tuesday night the Hingham Crew team piled into the High School’s cafeteria to celebrate their successful season. For some it was the last time that they will ever be with the team. The night commemorate the team as...  Read More »

June 17, 2016 • 0 comments

Spring Track Banquet Closes a Great Season

Shira Berkin, Contributing Writer

On June 9, the spring track team held their banquet, which was the last of the year for track and field. Banquets are spirited and fun nights to give student athletes recognition for their hard work on the track. While the...  Read More »

June 13, 2016 • 0 comments

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Colors in the Sky

Catherine took this picture while she was in Islamorada in the Florida Keys last April break.

Colors in the Sky

Catherine Wilk, Contributing Writer

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Student Life

Working for the Summer

Nora Hill, Contributing Writer

Although most high school teenagers associate the summer warmth and jubilant break with country club pools and beaches every day, many seek out experiences to generate a summer full of growth throughout...  Read More »

June 19, 2016 • 0 comments

Ah Summmer… Reading?

Brooke Coughlan, Contributing Writer

As the 2015-­2016 school year spirals to a rapid end, both the student body and staff hold mixed feelings about this year. For some, this year was about finding their way in the high school, for others...  Read More »

June 17, 2016 • 0 comments

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