Slick Magazine


Slick is a student-run news site from Huntington Beach High School. Our mission is to share student voices to give students, families, and faculty access to information that reflects the events going on in our community and society today.

Slick started as a club and became a journalism class in 2017. The class initially produced a bimonthly magazine and now publishes this news website throughout the year and one literary arts magazine in the spring. The Slick team is ready to publish reliable, prevalent news for everyone to access, and is looking forward to curating the literary and art pieces for the magazine.

Here at Slick, we value diverse voices and believe that each student’s perspective is unique. Our class consists of 29 staff members ranging from grades 9 to 12 who make Slick possible. We want to encourage all students to take part in writing for Slick, so if you are a Huntington Beach High School student who would like to contribute, please email us with “Slick Contributor” as the subject. If you are interested in the literary arts magazine, please see the magazine tab on our site menu.

We would lastly like to give a warm thank you to all Huntington Beach High School students, staff, community members, and patrons for providing the support we need to make our journalism class and publications possible.

Contact Us

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If you are a Huntington Beach High School student who would like to contribute an article, please email us with Slick Contributor as the subject.


If you’d like to advertise with us, please email us with Ads as the subject.

Letters to the Editor

If you’d like to submit a letter to the editor, please email us with the subject Letter to the Editor. We ask that letters to the editor or other submissions be 300 words or less and contain the author’s name, address, and signature. All submissions will be verified. The Slick editorial board reserves the right to withhold a letter or column or other submission and/or return it for revision if it contains unprotected speech or grammatical errors that could hamper its meaning.