The Harbinger

Keep Out of Reach of Millennials

By Sophia Freehauf, Staff

February 10, 2018


Filed under News

The Tide Pod challenge, which is a challenge that involves consuming Tide Pods, has recently gained popularity from social media. Lately, some teens and young adults have been considering eating Tide Pods because of their fruity smell and the new viral challenge. People began eating the Tide Pods, and...

Mr. Zionsville 2018

Mr. Zionsville 2018

By Mari Heigl, Student Life Editor

February 4, 2018


Filed under News, SHOWCASE, Student Life

Fifteen emcees, thirteen contestants, six directors, one king. Mr. Zionsville, one of the most highly anticipated events of the year and a major fundraiser for prom, has just recently gone by. On January 25th the Zionsville community came together in ZCHS’ Performing Arts Center to see a show that too...

Girls’ and Boys’ Varsity Basketball’s Successful Season

Girls’ and Boys’ Varsity Basketball’s Successful Season

By Rachel Shultz, Staff

January 30, 2018


Filed under News, SHOWCASE, Sports

The girls’ and boys’ varsity basketball teams have been very successful this season, with the girls' team having a record of 16-5 and the boys having a record of 12-2. The girls' team has also been ranked 16th in the state. Delaney Richason, junior and member of the team, said that she was happy...

New Block Schedule at ZCHS

New Block Schedule at ZCHS

By Ethan Moore, News Editor

December 14, 2017


Filed under News, SHOWCASE

     Zionsville Community High School has recently made the decision to transition to a new bell schedule format for the 2018-2019 school year, which includes 2 blocked days a week. On those days, students will only attend a few of their class for a longer period of time. Schools such as Carmel Hi...

Show Choir’s Holiday Home Tour

By Anna Murphy, Staff

December 11, 2017


Filed under News, Student Life, Uncategorized

To kick off this holiday season, Zionsville High School's very own show choir participated in the Holiday Home Tour tradition on Saturday, December 2. Royalaires, Choralaires, and Jazz Band alike worked hard for months on end to perfect their individual songs to perform in various homes around the Zionsville...

Zionsville Resident to Run for Congress

Zionsville Resident to Run for Congress

By Kieran Shay, Graphic Designer

November 19, 2017


Filed under News, SHOWCASE

Zionsville resident and businessman Steve Braun recently filed to run for U.S. Congress in the 2018 congressional election. Braun will be applying to be a representative for Indiana’s Fourth Congressional District as a member of the Republican Party.  Seven other candidates have filed to run for...

I Dreamed A Dream… Of Les Miserables at ZCHS

I Dreamed A Dream… Of Les Miserables at ZCHS

By Anna Murphy, Staff

November 19, 2017


Filed under News, Student Life

Students at Zionsville Community High School recently premiered their rendition of the musical Les Miserables on Nov. 16, 2017. The cast of the show has worked on perfecting their performance for many months, and the participating students were very excited for everyone to see it on opening weekend. Cynthia...

Zionsville Town Council President Charged With DUI

Zionsville Town Council President Charged With DUI

By Catie Schultz, Staff

October 3, 2017


Filed under News, SHOWCASE

Zionsville Town Council President Elizabeth Hopper was arrested last Monday evening on multiple criminal charges due to alleged drunk driving. Hopper faces charges of operating a vehicle with a BAC (blood alcohol content) of 0.15 or higher, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, and public intoxicat...

The Sprinkler System Situation

The Sprinkler System Situation

By Ethan Moore, News Editor

October 3, 2017


Filed under News, SHOWCASE

There was no missing the heat wave that swept the Midwest the week before last. With an average high temperature of around 88 degrees Fahrenheit, most students avoided going outside as much as possible. It was not too terribly difficult to remain indoors, for most. That is, however, until the middle o...

Extinguishing Last Years’ Alarms

Extinguishing Last Years’ Alarms

By Sam Shipe, Opinion Editor

September 28, 2017


Filed under News

This school year, ZCS adopted new start times for each of the corporation's schools. Now, high school classes start at 8:30 AM. This also means that students are dismissed at 3:40 p.m, twenty minutes later than last year. At first, many students were  excited about the prospect of sleeping in that extra...

Zi-Awesome-Ville Homecoming Tailgate

By Anna Murphy, Staff

September 21, 2017


Filed under News, Uncategorized

Zionsville High School is having their first ever homecoming tailgate on Friday, September 22, and it is open to all clubs, teams, classes, and faculty departments. To celebrate the homecoming football game and dance, the Zionsville Department is hosting a tailgate for any Zionsville residents. Anybody...

New Program Allows ZCHS Students to Become Math Tutors

New Program Allows ZCHS Students to Become Math Tutors

By Marillyn Heigl, Student Life Editor

September 13, 2017


Filed under News, SHOWCASE, Student Life

For anyone who is looking for service hours or who enjoys math, some ZCHS students have come up with an activity worth looking into. The idea formed when a number of students began discussing that less and less people enjoy math as they get older, despite how important it still is. As a way to address...