School Song "We are the students of Horlick High. We're proud of what we stand for. Ours is the will to do or die. Our emblem is the 'North Star'. We're all for you at Horlick High. What ever come what may. H-O-R-L-I-CK It's scarlet and grey!!!"
Assemblies Watermelon eating contest, senior skits, pie eating contest, tug-a-war, tricycle races, spirit horn, & many more activities take place during our school assemblies.Through-out the school year members of our student council promote, plan, and implement ideas to encourage school spirit.
Blood Drive Blood Drives are held twice a year at the school. We raise close to 200 pints of blood every time we hold one of our events. You must be 17 years or older to register. 16 year olds may donate with parent permission. Save a life. Sign-up in room 130 with Mrs. Laske. Adults may donate by calling the school and making an appointment.
Homecoming!! Spirit Week Pajama Day! Geek Day! Crazy Day! Super Hero Day! Hawaiian Day, and many more outrageous days students dress up as during this week of fun and excitement.
Bonfire Quarry Lake Park is where all the festivities take place. Beach Volleyball, Tug A War between grade levels, Senior Girls Powder Puff football, Water balloon Slingshot contest, Limbo, Twister, and dancing around the bonfire with the hippest DJ in town!!!
Horlick Holiday Fair ADVISOR: Mr. Stoner, Traditionally it is held the week before Thanksgiving.
8th Grade Shadow Day Do you remember the first couple of days of high school? Oh my gosh!! Everyone was so big! Did someone try to sell you an elevator pass or state that you couldn't walk on the school symbol by the front entrance? Now who would do something like that? Didn't you hate being a freshman? Shadow Day helps students get a taste of what to expect the following year. Yeah right?
Student/Staff B-Ball Staff members taking on the seniors in an action packed basketball game. Who's going to win? The staff members of course! Immediately following the game will be the 'Bachelor Auction. Who will give me $5 to go on a date with one of more popular students of the school? How about 10? How high can a person go for? We will see. Stop by and check it out. February @ Noon in the Field House $5.00 entrance fee with all proceeds going to the Alex J. Olsen Scholarship Fund
Mr. Horlick Come on senior guys, start getting your act together. Are you ready to perform your talents to win the nobel award of being dubbed Mr. Horlick? Let's see what you got.
Prom Do you remember the night? The perfect dress. The great looking tux. Dinner , pictures and the must have car to get to the dance. Didn't you parents make a big fuss? Oh, what the memories? Coming the middle of May.