Program Overview

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While academic excellence is the first order of business at Homewood-Flossmoor High School, social development and personal growth are important to the overall education of Viking students. There are more than 80 clubs and activities that involve nearly the entire student body.  The average H-F student participates in at least two clubs, activities or sports during their Viking career.


Clubs and activities cover a wide range of interests from Animal Rights Club to French Cuisine & Conversation to Model United Nations. Additional opportunities for students to exhibit their talents are offered through the Symphonic and Marching Bands, Viking Orchestra, the Visual Arts Club  and Viking Choir.


Students aspiring to a future in the broadcast industry can work on the student-managed, 1500-watt radio station (88.5 FM) or produce programs for the television studio, Viking TV. On the print side, H-F offers a student newspaper (Voyager), literary magazine (Edda) and yearbook (Odin) — all of which have received awards in recent years. In 2011, the Voyager was named the best high school newspaper in the state! 


Take a look at all the clubs and activities offered at H-F at the Activity website here...

 

Click here for the Operation Snowball website...

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Click here to explore the 2021-22 Voyage to Excellence Open House Book for an overview of the school support systems, academic offerings by department, and activities and athletic programs. The Activities- and Athletic-specific websites can be found at the end of the book.