The Harbinger

Throwback: Freaky Fridays

By Kylie Heagy, Staff

December 20, 2018

If there’s one thing that every student at Zionsville knows, it’s that Fridays were disastrous for a three-week time period towards the beginning of the year. The second week of school ended on a strong note, with an early dismissal due to a power outage, and the following Friday nearly brought the...

‘Tis The Season

By Grace Gogis, Staff

December 20, 2018

The holiday season is what many call a magical time of year. Many students at ZCHS celebrate holidays during the winter months; yet, there is another season during this time of year that dampens the festive mood: finals season. It is is an almost inescapable fact of student life. It seems that as soon as ...

SoundCloud Stars

SoundCloud Stars

By Ella Q. Peavler, Print Editor

November 14, 2018

Below are links to the SoundCloud accounts of Inspectah KP and 2000, as well as the track "Wet Bag of Meat" by the Chocolate Milk Milkman. The full article, "SoundCloud Stars," can be found in the November 2018 issue of the Harbinger.  Inspectah KP 2000 The Chocolate Milk Milkman

Trick-or-Treating with Food Allergies

By Grace, Gogis

October 31, 2018

What do ghosts, zombies, and food allergies have in common? They are all frightening parts of Halloween that many students have to face every year. For people without severe food allergies, trick-or-treating is a simple task. At the end of the night, most kids come back to their houses with bags fu...

Fall Concert

Fall Concert

October 22, 2018

“I really love the people and the environment you’re surrounded by every day,” Lily Cross, sophomore, said, discussing why she loves Zionsville's music programs. Cross, a Choralaire, first started doing it because music has always been her passion and she had been following in her brother footsteps....

Oh, The Places You’ll Go

Oh, The Places You'll Go

By Ruth Cronin, News Editor

October 5, 2018

Students in Zionsville will end up all over the globe this fall break. You’ll find some here in Zionsville for a classic staycation, some laying on the beach in a tropical destination, and some in touring busy cities, or seeing historical sites. Last fall Tara Harmon, sophomore, got to hike Machu...

Annual Blood Drive

Emma Russom, junior, donates blood.

By Cylar Collings, Staff

September 20, 2018

During the 2018-2019 annual blood drive at Zionsville Community High School organized by Key Club, over 51.3 pints were donated to patients in Indiana who are in definite need of blood transfusions. With the help of ZCHS, 120 patients will get the treatment they need and be on their way towards a healthier...

Telling Tall Tales

Telling Tall Tales

By Becka Bash, Staff

September 10, 2018

Earlier this month, the English 10 honors classes read The Canterbury Tales, a collection of stories by Geoffrey Chaucer. Last Friday, the sophomores had traveled to Eagle Creek Park to read their own tales they had written that were to closely mimic Chaucer’s style.   “I actually onl...



By Ruth Cronin, Staff

September 10, 2018

  Student Council has been working hard to create another great homecoming. The usual home blackout game will take place on Sept. 14, and the Homecoming dance will follow the next night. “We have a really cool glow-in-the-dark theme planned that is sure to be very different and unique to...

Bridging the Gap Between Students and MAP

Bridging the Gap Between Students and MAP

By Mikayla Owens, Staff

August 25, 2018

It’s a known fact that Zionsville Community Schools never do the “norm.” Whether it be the creation of the partial year-round school calendar, to the experiment of the 1.0-4.0 middle school grading system, or the coexistence of regular seven-period days and block days, Zionsville loves to make...

Spring Break 2018: Belize

Spring Break 2018: Belize

By Erin Patterson, Sports Editor

April 27, 2018

Over spring break, Señora Muniz-Peredo headed up the trip of 2018 and took a group of ZCHS students to Belize. While equally stunning geographically and culturally, the students enjoyed getting to experience another culture while witnessing the beauty of somewhere they had never been before. Peggy...

Students Vying to Volunteer

Molly Dzurisin, 12, serves in Haiti over this years' Spring Break.

By Marillyn Heigl, Student Life Editor

April 26, 2018

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, teenagers between the ages of 16 and 19 have a volunteer rate of 26.4 percent. This volunteer rate reflects itself among the ZCHS population with many students actively seeking out volunteer opportunities. Senior Molly Dzurisin has learned a lot from her...