Featured Project

 

For 30 hours starting on Friday night, January 30th, and and lasting until Saturday afternoon, January 31st, Chelsea, Brianna, and Emma held the 30 hour famine to raise money and awareness about hunger and compassion.  Both students and their chaperones went without food for a total of 30 hours. We would like to thank all of the students that took part in the famine, the parents that helped chaperone the event, and the Upside Down Youth Center for hosting the event.  A special thanks goes out to Mr. Hays, who volunteered in Mr. Updegraff’s place for the event.

Legacy Projects

The “HIVE” is Heyworth EAST’s live broadcasting presence with a focus on live sports coverage.  Started in 2009 by David Beuttel (who is now a professional sports broadcaster), the HIVE has been one of Heyworth EAST’s longest running and most successful projects.  Over 30 students have worked on the HIVE in its 6 year run.

Heyworth Sports is Heyworth EAST’s one-stop-shop for everything related to Heyworth Athletics.  Started in 2012, it features scores, pre and post-game coverage, pictures, video, conference standings, schedules, and news relating to athletics at Heyworth High School.

Hornets Nest Screen Printing is the fundraising arm of Heyworth EAST.  Students will run the business and will serve as salespeople, accountants, managers, designers, web designers, and work in production.