10 Reasons to Love Snapchat

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In the early days of Snapchat, it was primarily a place where users would share risqué pictures and videos without fear because this content would disappear shortly after being posted. However, the platform has evolved over the years, becoming much more robust in what it can accomplish. As a result, Snapchat now has over 218 million active users each day and over 10 billion videos... Read More

5 Ways to Enjoy Fall Colors in Colorado

scenic highway for fall foliage in the Colorado mountains

Fall in Colorado is beautiful. As the temperature begins to drop, we’re treated to a dazzling array of red, orange and yellow colors dotting the treetops across the state. It’s no wonder that many people consider this their favorite time of year. If you’re looking to enjoy the fall foliage, you should start planning your excursion now. We’re starting to enter the peak season for... Read More

Instagram Reels: A Fun New Way to Create and Share Short Videos

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Last month, Instagram launched their new content format in the United States. Instagram Reels provides a fun, creative way to create and share short video clips. This feature functions similarly to TikTok and offers users a great alternative to that platform, especially in light of TikTok’s tenuous status in the United States at the moment. Instagram Reels gives you the ability to record and edit... Read More

A Different Fall: Celebrating Senior Year Amidst Remote and Hybrid Learning

female high school student participating in remote learning during senior year during COVID-19 pandemic

School is back in session, although not in the way we’ve come to know it. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to re-imagine the school experience as many students are dealing with full-time remote or hybrid learning experiences. For high school seniors, this can be especially challenging. As you enter your final year of school, the ability to bond and connect with your classmates will... Read More

Highlands Ranch High School Falcons

Highlands Ranch High School Address: 9375 South Cresthill Lane, Highlands Ranch, CO 80130 Mascot / Nickname: Falcons School District: Douglas County Website: http://www.hrhsfalcons.com/ Main Office Phone Number: (303) 387-2500 Attendance Phone Number: (303) 387-2502 School Clubs & Activities Page: https://sites.google.com/a/dcsdk12.org/hrhs-activities/ School Announcements: https://sites.google.com/a/dcsdk12.org/hrhs-activities/course-1 School Events Calendar: https://sites.google.com/a/dcsdk12.org/hrhs-activities/event-calendar   About Highlands Ranch Falcons School History: Opened in 1987, Highlands Ranch has a long tradition of academic... Read More

Fun Ideas While At Home

summer hobbies

This summer has looked vastly different than any of us expected at the beginning of the year, but we’ve all found ways to adapt, survive, and even thrive despite the world turning upside down. But in the middle of summer when you’d rather be taking trips and spending your time outdoors, it can be a little disheartening. So, if you’re feeling that slump, we’ve compiled... Read More

What Will Next Year Look Like for Seniors?

COVID senior year

COVID Senior Year As we head into the second half of the summer, it’s understandable that students may be wondering what the new school year will look like. There have been plenty of theories floating around, and what the schools decide on will likely morph and evolve with the coronavirus situation. If you’re coming up on your senior year and wondering what to expect, here... Read More

Connecting with Friends While Staying Safe

Connect in COVID

While we are open for things like senior pictures, we know that Coronavirus has changed the way we all operate. Whether that is temporary or some of these changes follow us for a long time to come, we’re all getting used to connecting with others in ways we might not have expected. While it’s absolutely a bummer not to be able to meet up with... Read More

Stay At Home Sanity: Must-Have Apps

keeping sane in pandemic

Even as Colorado begins to slowly open back up and we ramp up for senior pictures, there have been continued reminders that we are still “safer at home” in the midst of this pandemic. So while we’re all being cautious and still spending more time at home than out, we wanted to share with you a few app ideas that can keep you from getting... Read More