The Marionette

Two HCP seniors qualify for Academic All State

Seniors Isaiah Gilley and Conner Mulvaney both earned coveted spots with the Academic All State group.

Kaitlyn Smith, Reporter

March 6, 2017

The Marionette would like to congratulate seniors Conner Mulvaney and Isaiah Gilley for their achievement of earning Academic All State. This prestigious award is awarded to the top 100 public high school students across the state. Historically, Harding Charter Prep has only had one Academic All State qu...

From Vietnam to America

Le Nguyen and her siblings in Vietnam

Kaitlyn Smith, Reporter

February 2, 2017

From extensive land to crowded cities, senior Le Nguyen moved from Vietnam to Oklahoma in 2010 when she was just 11 years-old in order to expand her family's business. Unlike Oklahoma, Vietnam neighborhoods consist of secluded houses and vast land. Because of this, Nguyen would assist her family...

Riding into the future

Cody Cummins with her horse Rudy.

Isis Frazier, Reporter

January 19, 2017

After her mother passed, sophomore Cody Cummins wanted a find something that kept her mother in mind. Because of her mother’s love for horses, Cummins was brought to Rudy and Seth. Cummins has two horses named Rudy and Seth and then a donkey that live in a small paddock at her house. Three ...

Monkeying around

Emily Stanford manages the Cell Phone Recycling table.

Isis Frazier, Reporter

December 16, 2016

Senior Emily Stanford found her passion working among the species closest to humans. Great apes. Stanford volunteers at the Oklahoma City Zoo as a junior curator. As a junior curator, Stanford has the option of choosing which animals she wishes to work with at the Oklahoma City Zoo. She gets to go behi...

Presidential Premonitions

Presidential Premonitions

Natia Lewchuk, Reporter

November 3, 2016

Mystic or Valor? Instagram or Vine Snapchat? Orange is the New Black or Stranger Things? High school students are facing many different choices this year. However, perhaps the most consequential occurs on Nov. 8: Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump? Regardless of what you think of their policies or the can...

Students participate in orchestra activities, earn spots in top group

Students participate in orchestra activities, earn spots in top group

Kaitlyn Smith, Reporter

October 26, 2016

Orchestra has been busy for the past couple of weeks with All City and the North Central Honors Orchestra auditions. All City took place on September 23. The following students participated: Julia Bennett, Jackson Burnette, Chong Doolin, Ariana Fife, Brenda Galicia, Alessio Hall, Tien Huynh, G...

Fall offers fun activities for all ages in OKC

Fall offers fun activities for all ages in OKC

Lily Waswo, Reporter

October 26, 2016

Part way through the first semester, fall is about the time that the school year begins to pick up. Many students could use a fun, temporary escape from textbooks and worksheets. This fall, there are plenty of fun things to do in the Oklahoma City area. Here are some great fall events for 2016: Mo...

Introducing Paige Wilson

Kaitlyn Smith, Reporter

September 26, 2016

This year HCP welcomes photography teacher Paige Wilson. Question: What did you study in college? PW: I went to college for fashion marketing with a minor in photographic arts. Question: How long have you been a photographer? PW: I've been doing photography for about six years. I started...

A Student’s Perspective

A Student's Perspective

Dylan DelCol, Reporter

September 20, 2016

Every new school year shakes up routines and gets students into a whole new rhythm different from the year before. Here’s an overview of HCP from the students’ perspective for the new school year. "I just like the atmosphere" said Katie Maher, a returning sophomore. "I like the teachers. They're...

One step at a time

One step at a time

Natia Lewchuk, Reporter

September 14, 2016

(This story is part of an ongoing series about people with disabilities in the Harding community.)  One, two, three. Left, right, left. One step at a time. That’s the mantra I repeat to myself most mornings as I’m climbing the stairs to my third floor locker. I was born with Cerebral Pals...

The student news site of Harding Charter Preparatory High School
Student Life