It may be time to say goodbye to our seniors, but before we do, there is one last hurrah for the class of 2017: graduation.
We began Henrico Free Press at the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year. As this year comes to a close and the new school year begins, Henrico Free Press will continue into a second year under Mrs. Schools and Saranya Kasinathuni. However, as senior editors, we want to express our pride in this publication as …
On Friday, June 2, warriors who passed their SOL tests this year were able to celebratetheir achievements at the first annual SOLabration.
The 2016-2017 school year was one of many transitions. With a shift in principalship came new policies and modifications to old policies
Henrico High School will always be known for its vibrant campus activities, talented students, and enthusiastic teachers. However, not everyone can stay on campus forever, as this year’s graduating class of 2017 can attest to.
It’s that time of the year again! Students have been constantly stressing at the thought of taking SOLs, exams, and other such tests as the year is coming to an end.
Finally, summer is here! Every student dreams of the moment in which they can put down their pencils, put away their laptops, and finally relax.
The Henrico boys’ tennis team had a strong start to their season before being held up by some unfortunate losses and ending the year shorter than they would have liked.
The Henrico baseball team suffered through a pretty rough season this year.
For many years now, the Warrior track team has been efficient and many individuals on the team have never disappointed the fans.