Humans of Homestead

Henrichs takes his athletics and academics to the next level
Sandlow scores a personal ‘World Series’ win
A future of service: Murphy pursues volunteer work
Check finds passion through dance
Kramer reflects on his time at camp
Gao develops new appreciation for home
Mikhailenko plays her heart out
Gouverner enjoys his time at Homestead
Committing to play in college
Adapting to a new place
Mr. Subach
‘A party with a purpose:’ Boyer shares memories earned through Younglife
Loving her job
Once-in-a-lifetime experiences
Jumping over hurdles
Dancing her heart away
Honored to share skills in Hawaii
Loving lacrosse
Sharing music in Spain
Traveling and teaching
Live to run
Influenced by Art Janov
Things left in England
Starting young
Traveling the world
Laughin’ in Cancer’s Face
Riding and spiking
Snowmobiling since sixth grade
South African Roots
Young and talented
In the near future
Most embarrassing moments
Paying it forward
Taking opportunities
Swimming & learning
On fire!
Keeping up with the Oates siblings
Scared of a Different Kind of Dark
Guatemala + Florida = Wisco
Thanks to that Silly, Stupid Horse…
From Peer to Patriot
Closing Her Gap.
Happiness marks the spot in Mexico
Classic Comedy
Exploring Europe
Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity
Music Moves Her to Tears
Her Roots
Question and answer with Homestead’s cutest couple
If His House Were Burning Down…
Dancing it off
Dynamic Duo
Gym class: the land of Godfrey
Feeling Glad to Be Home
Roses– Not Always a Girl’s Best Friend
Humans of Homestead: Reflecting
Socks, Stars and Stripes
Humans of Homestead: Birthday Party
Humans of Homestead: Real Life
Humans of Homestead: Flavors
Humans of Homestead: Stop and Smell the Roses

‘Humans of Homestead’ give themselves advice

If you could give yourself one piece of advice, what would it be? Would it be taking school more seriously, living every day to the fullest, or maybe something else? These "Humans of Homestead" shared their responses. Jacob Bartscher, junior, studies his math book during his study hall. He attended Homestead High School both his freshman and sophomore years. “Starting this year I would tell myself to...

Humans of Homestead: Artwork
Humans of Homestead: Thumbs Up

Humans of Homestead: Say Anything

Emma Zander "So I can say anything? Like discuss my love of the blue-footed booby?" Frank Martin, sophomore Can’t get enough Humans of Homestead? Check out more here. Do you have a story that needs to be told? What about a friend?  Nominate a student or staff member here....

Humans of Homestead: Got Aloe?
Humans of Homestead: The Luck of the Irish
Humans of Homestead: Bromance
Humans of Homestead awaiting spring break
Humans of Homestead: Reading
Humans of Homestead: End in sight
Humans of Homestead: Experiencing loss
Humans of Homestead: Art Club
Humans of Homestead returning to school
Humans of Homestead: California and Comic Books
Humans of Homestead: Caucus
Humans of Homestead indubitably do what they do
Meer dances her way through high school
Beauty time!
Step by step
Live to dance
Power of the pen
Runnin’ down a dream
Words of wisdom
Life is a highway
Everybody dance now
Humans of Homestead: Making memories
Humans of Homestead: Journaling
Humans of Homestead: Persevering
Humans of Homestead: Forgetting backpacks
Lunch and a movie
Need for ice
All of the above
Making breakfast
Working hard
Humans of Homestead: Under Construction
Humans of Homestead loving math

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