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ZIP Takes It All the Way… Again!

ZIP Takes It All the Way… Again!

By Sam Shipe, Staff

April 11, 2016


Filed under News, Student Life

  The Zionsville Indoor Percussion team has once again become state champions. Tensions were high getting ready to perform as the goal was to keep their title from last year. Their main competition was Greenfield-Central who had been gradually moving up in the last three years and gave our Eagles...

From Zionsville to Nationals

From Zionsville to Nationals

By Lindsey Mills, Staff

March 21, 2016


Filed under Feature, News, Student Life

ZCHS has a multitude of clubs to pick and choose from to join, there is certainly at least one everyone would enjoy. Though all are unique in their own way, today we will focus on one. That club being the Business Professionals of America club. To those in the dark about what the club is all about, it...

“Battle of the Brains”

“Battle of the Brains”

By Tea Wright, Staff

March 20, 2016


Filed under News, Student Life

Last Saturday on February 6th, 2016 the Zionsville brain game team beat Hamilton Southeast High School and made it to the third round. The team has high hopes this season for the brain game. “It felt great not just because we won, but because we really gave it our all as a team,” Michael DeBrota, s...

Super Bowl 50 Commercials: Frequently Mentioned vs. Forever Forgotten

Super Bowl 50 Commercials: Frequently Mentioned vs. Forever Forgotten

By Erin Patterson, Staff

February 22, 2016


Filed under News, Sports

Just like Super Bowl 50, some commercials will be talked about for many years to come. Others definitely won’t be. Here’s a look at the frequently mentioned vs. the forever forgotten. ‘The Frequently Mentioned” Puppy-Monkey-Baby: This is the one that when it came on you couldn’t look awa...

Feature Teacher

Feature Teacher

February 9, 2016


Filed under Feature, News, Student Life

The Zionsville Town hall is currently going through a relocation process. The Town Hall is currently located at 1100 Oak Street right across from our friendly neighborhood McDonalds’. Before the town hall was relocated to its current location on Oak Street, it was referred to as Castle Hall and was...

Students Headed to Regionals for Verizon App Challenge

Students Headed to Regionals for Verizon App Challenge

By Lindsay Herhusky, Staff

January 20, 2016


Filed under News

It's typical for people in today's society to spend ample amounts of time on their cellular devices. Everyone loves apps. People spend a lot of time on them. In fact as you are reading this you are probably thinking of your favorite apps. Netflix? YouTube? Candy Crush? Trivia Crack? Verizon created...

Business Professionals of America Going to State Competition

Business Professionals of America Going to State Competition

By Claire Ellis and Spencer Bures

January 18, 2016


Filed under News

BPA, Business Professionals of America, is a program offered through the school that teaches students skills to prepare them for the business world. Many ZCHS students, after participating at regionals, have qualified for the BPA state tournament which will take place on March 6-8, at the Marriott H...

Crises and Candidates

Crises and Candidates

By Ari Boyll, Feature Editor

January 5, 2016


Filed under News

With the process beginning on Oct. 1, 2015, the White House prepares to accept over 10,000 Syrian refugees into the United States. American citizens’ opinions range widely on this topic, as well as the opinions of each presidential candidate.  In order to make an accurate decision in the primary election,...

Monkey Business

Monkey Business

By Megan Havlin, Student Life

January 5, 2016


Filed under News

China is soon to be decorated in beautiful red decorations. Starting Feb. 8, the Chinese New Year marks the beginning of the year of the monkey. The Chinese New Year is the longest public celebration in China. Most people in China get a few days off of work from Chinese New Year Eve to the sixth ...