The Harbinger

Great White North

Great White North

By Kyle Whitlock, Staff

January 27, 2016

Every year over the Martin Luther King long weekend, students at ZCHS have taken a trip to the North Woods of Fort Wilderness in McNaughton, Wisconsin. Their journey began at 7 AM on the morning of January 15th. After a brief parent meeting they embarked on the motor coach and eight hours later, the...

New Classes

New Classes

January 25, 2016

Next year Zionsville Community High School will be blessed with another six classes to pad our transcripts with. The first two new classes are Anthropology and Mass Media. Anthropology is basically a combination of the Sociology and Human Geography classes and will be available to sophomores and up. Mas...

A Culture of Inclusion

A Culture of Inclusion

By Marillyn Heigl, Staff

January 14, 2016

At most schools, special needs students are lonely and isolated. Not at ZCHS, where special needs students are welcomed with inclusion and there’s a very strong program. “We want to provide a program that will assist our students with special needs in reaching their individual potential, that...

All Aboard the Stress Express

Sometimes you just wanna curl up in a ball and call it a day when you're stressed out.

By Alex Leix, News Editor

January 12, 2016

Stress — just the word may be enough to set your nerves on edge. It is amazing that we get anything done with a life full of frustrations, deadlines, and demands.  According to the American Psychological Association, stress is “an emotional experience accompanied by predictable biochemical, physiological...

Emoji for You, Emoji for Me

Emoji for You, Emoji for Me

By Morgan Galer and Kelly Garcia

January 10, 2016

Back when dinosaurs roamed the earth, people thought that the world would have flying cars and teleportation by the year 2000. We, the world, have not quite accomplished that kind of technology. Though, we do have something equally as striking. Emojis are used in everyday life for many, many people. It ...

Winter Survival


By Eva Laser, Staff

January 9, 2016

After the holidays, students tend to go into a third quarter slump. Grades start declining and students have two months until the next break. “I always feel like after we come back from winter break it is harder to maintain a good grade. The third quarter is definitely the hardest to get through...

Holiday Horror Stories

Holiday Horror Stories

By Addie Ashton, Staff

January 5, 2016

As the holiday season comes and goes, many people have had times where things did not go exactly as planned. During holiday gatherings, food seems to be vital in bringing everyone together. Traditions are based around certain dishes served, and endless trading of recipes between relatives. However, these...