By Andy Ju
By Camaren Dayton
By Catherine Oliver
By Charles York
By Charlotte Tucci
By Darien Herndon
By Defne Yorgancioglu
By Harry Liang
By Jesicca Wang
By Maya Parker
By Morgan Bitting
By Reagan Sanders
By Sangjie Zhaxi
By Shaun Taraporewalla
Amidst the negative standards and stereotypes binding this high school and community, the Hillside IB students have all the tools to stand up to this adversity.
By Anna Steltenkamp
Hillside Theater is a family with a bond beyond the written script, together achieving more than simply a performance of memorized lines.
Everyday from 2:30-4:00, a group of students at Hillside High School convene in Mrs. Paula Siwek's classroom to learn the history of and practice the art of photography.
Hillside High School's Student Government Association is recognized as a National Gold Council of Excellence for a reason - President Jalen McKoy works tirelessly to lead an organization that serves the school community.
Mr. Graber-Grace is a civic teacher, father and community activist implementing his lessons of democracy and equality to improve local education and the Durham community.
Angel Hope is a senior in the H.E.A.R.T.S program. She impressively balances motherhood and high school, all with a smile on her face.
For dancers of Hillside Dance Company, the words "Dance is the hidden language of the soul" is something they can never forget as they reach for their dreams through dance.
Hillside's Exception Children Services program aims to create an inclusive and accessible classroom space for all. Join these incredible students as they defy obstacles every day!
The Athletic Training program gives students a chance to pursue their dreams, help the football team, form lasting relationships, and have a ton of fun all at the same time.
By Jessica Wang
The girl's track and field team at Hillside won the state championship last year. Team captain, Jada Green, plays a vital role in the team's success.
Want to see what happens when you stumble across the perfect blend of black female excellence, sisterhood, and pure youthful joy? Meet the Thetas.
The Hillside Girls Basketball team has a tradition of success. Junior point guard Maleiya Hill supports her team while recovering from injury.
These Army JROTC cadets learn American history, military traditions, and even personal finance. But lessons also extend beyond the textbook as they learn about community, leadership, and confidence.
Hillside High School senior, Jordan Griffith, is ready to take off towards the future he wants. After years of long-term planning and meticulous time management, he has finally turned his passions into reality.
A Hillside alumnus returns back to take a look at what makes football so important to the players, fans and the community.