Freshman Spotlight: Harold Styles


Rufus T. Firefly, Staff Writer

As we wave goodbye to the graduating class of 2020, The Clarion would like to introduce some of the brilliant freshman who have roamed our halls for almost a year now.

Freshman Spotlight is giving an inside scoop of our students’ experiences here at HHS. Today, we introduce freshman Harold Styles, an exchange student from Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, in the West Midlands region of England.

Harold answers some questions we all might been anticipating to know! Here is what he has to say!


Clarion: How has your experience been, being a bear here at HHS ?

Harold: I feel like my whole year has been leading in one direction…but truthfully, I loved it so far!


Clarion: What was your favorite event this year and why?

Harold: My favorite event would be lunch, each and every day…no fish and chips, but the taste and prices are very good…sign of the times, I guess.


Clarion: What do you look forward to doing while here at HHS?

Harold: I adore all of the sports…ever since the New York trip, I’m obsessed with the city.


Clarion: What are your plans after high school?

Harold: There’s a fine line between what I want to do, and what I can do…maybe I’ll just go to New Zealand and photograph Kiwi.


Clarion:What are you going to miss most about HHS?

Harold: Probably going to miss Mrs. Savage…what a sweet creature she is!


Clarion: Any last words?

Harold: High school is the story of my life…and yours! Enjoy it!