Watch short films by some talented grade 11 students: Ellaha, Mike, and Sarah
Watch short films by some talented grade 12 students: Maya, Aden, and Charlie
Written by: Zoé Ermatinger, Photos by Vida Matus Coffee House at FHCI is a place for music lovers to gather and enjoy live music performed by talented students as well as free snacks and drinks. This year’s second Coffee House was animated by Ari and Zelal. They did an amazing job at getting the audience … More FHCI’s Coffee House 2022
Original Art by: Raj Uxa
By: Eray Tanburoglu As Spring approaches you might start to realize that new flowers and trees have started to appear. This might get you wondering what else changes in Spring and what qualities Spring might have that makes it different from the other seasons. You might possibly know everything there is to know about Spring, … More Spring Questionnaire!
By: Brooke Mirabella What grade are you in? – “Grade 11” Are you happy to be back in-person this year? – “Yeah, I am glad we will get to experience normal high school to some extent this year” What has been your favourite class this year? – “I have actually really enjoyed my physics class … More Humans of FHCI: Jesse Dale￼
By: Dani Zeiler As you know, April is a time where there is one random snowfall, the weather generally gets warmer, and flowers start to bloom. It is also the time of year when many religious holidays are celebrated! This year, the Jewish people celebrated Passover, the Christian people celebrated Easter, and Muslim people celebrated … More The History Behind Holidays Celebrated in April
By: Nicholas Pope As many of you know, spring has finally come about despite the temperature still being as ice-berg cold as ever. That means that sooner or later, you’ll run into one of those flowers that really just catch your eye. The type that makes you backtrack on your current journey, doing a 180 … More 5 Spring Flowers That are Totally Awesome!
By: Kyle Williams Civils rights leader and activist Martin Luther King Jr once said “A social movement that only moves people is merely a revolt. A movement that changes both people and institutions is a revolution.” In referencing the impact of a movement and the changes it can bring in making a more equal and … More Black Lives Matter: The Impact of a Movement
By: Eray Tanburoglu As winter approaches it becomes harder and harder to go outside and enjoy outdoor activities. We all decide to stay indoors and in most cases watch Netflix, play games, workout or even play board games with family and friends. However, even those can become boring after doing them over and over. So, … More A Fun Interactive Animation: A Student Animation
By: Daria Draskovic Most people have heard of the recent situation surrounding world-renowned Serbian tennis player, Novak Djokovic. Sitting at a rank of number 1 in the world, he was anticipated to be a massive contender at the upcoming Australian Open. However, this year, things were different. Australia has been globally recognized as one of … More Novak Djokovic: What Happened, and What Should be Done
Love, It’s a concept I fail to comprehend, When all I see are the broken pieces that people leave behind They say “ To love is to be broken” But how many times can a glass be shattered before it can never be put back together again? A love that leaves a residue of divorce, … More POETRY CONTEST WINNER: What is Love? By Yolanda Ifepe
I want to fall peacefully Like the beautiful leaves in autumn Gracefully touching the land that we call home I want to feel the breeze Trickling around my body As I walk with the gorgeous sunrise in the morning. It’s amazing what nature does to you really As the sun gives you warmth and happiness … More POETRY CONTEST SPECIAL MENTION: Autumn Leaves by Dilay Dere
The season of fall ends revitalisation. A role of change to a strong vocation. As the crops go to bed and the leaves are widespread, The sweet, serene sunlight disappears overhead. The temperate winds protrude to the north, The inclement climate concludes to go forth. Great beasts of the north endure hibernation, Fair fledgelings and … More POETRY CONTEST SPECIAL MENTION: Ode to Winter by Raj Uxa
Parted Beijing to this city, reading English with a frown on Started off by swimming seas of toddler’s books, that’s where I drowned on Reading Dr. Seuss, from Wimpy Kid to Nancy Drew and now I’m Reading ’bout a thane in Scotland kill his king to put a crown on Wasn’t gonna stay in ESL … More POETRY CONTEST SPECIAL MENTION: Tangent: Comeback Time by Junting Wu