The Marionette

In da club

Camila Gonzalez, Reporter

August 30, 2016

Harding Charter Prep offers many clubs and student organizations to fill time that is not spent doing homework. From athletic to academic, there's something for everyone. Academic Team is coached by Joshua Higginbotham, who called it a "sport for the brain." The team practices in his room in the cafeteria...

A summer of rowing

Partners Mitchell Stroud (left) and Cameron Tubb (right) smile at the camera after a race.

Isis Frazier, Reporter

August 30, 2016

Harding is the home to many dedicated athletes and another one has just been added to the list. Stroud is one of the top 42 rowers in the United States. Because of this, he was recruited for the Team USA's Junior National Team’s high performance camp in Ashton, Ore. There, he spent a month t...

HCP Student Spring Break Adventures

Camila Gonzalez, Reporter

April 5, 2016

A few HCP students submitted photos of their spring break trips to The Marionette.

How to spring break like a pro

Kaitlyn Smith, Reporter

March 22, 2016

After the long start of second semester, students look forward to one of the last breaks given to them before the summer: spring break. At HCP, the workload gets overwhelming as students count down to the end of the third quarter, but what about when spring break actually begins? They may think that...

A ‘Long’ journey

Clarence Long with his demo hearing aid.

Gabriel di Gregorio, Reporter

March 21, 2016

The Marionette sat down with sophomore Clarence Long for an interview regarding his advanced hearing aid and how he manages to cope with his hearing condition. Q: What is the problem you have with your hearing? Clarence Long: I have hearing loss in my left and right ear, but more significant loss...

LGBT @ HCP: James

Camila Gonzalez, Kaitlyn Smith, Reporters

March 1, 2016

C: One thing people really like about Harding is the diversity. K: But it’s not just racially diverse. There are also students of several different sexual orientations. C: I’m Camila Gonzalez. K: And I’m Kaitlyn Smith. C: And this is [email protected] K: Brought to you by the Marionette.   C:...

Junior accepted to prestigious school

William Mlekush works in his Speech and Debate class.

Isis Frazier, Reporter

February 19, 2016

It’s not every day a teenager gets to realize a dream. For junior William Mlekush, the opportunity to study at a very special college was his dream. And for Mlekush, dreams really can come true. The United World College has 15 campuses around the world and provides a transformational and challenging...

New Year’s Resolutions

Stephanie Emerson

January 13, 2016

With 2015 behind us, many people have decided to make New Year's resolutions.  New Year's resolutions are a common tradition in which people change something about themselves in hopes of self-improvement.  Here are a few from our Harding students and principal Mylo Miller.

Pros and Cons about the Holidays

Kaitlyn Smith and Isis Frazier

December 14, 2015

The anticipations of the holidays throughout the school year are not only because of the fact that school will be out, but also because of the traditions that come along with it. Coming back to school after a break full of food, family, and sleep is not something most teenagers of this generation...

DJ in the making

Isis Frazier, Reporter

November 11, 2015

Senior Mauricio Rodriguez is known around HCP for his dance performances at the annual talent show in the spring. However, he holds more talent than that. Outside of attending Harding, Rodriguez produces his own music. He started because of his passion for music. “I really like music so I...

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