The Harbinger

Up With People visits ZCHS

By Addie Ashton, Staff

September 19, 2017

Up with People, a group of young adults dedicated to travelling the globe to expose other young people to different cultures, ways of thinking, and ideas, was invited to ZCHS to talk to our students about their thoughts on the world. A representative of Up with People, who asked not to be named, discussed...

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

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...

Eagles for Equality

By Amy Cordill, Staff

September 12, 2017

Are you interested in a safe place to discuss social justice issues concerning any race, religion, culture, or sexual orientation? If so, the Equal Rights Club is for you. Equality is an issue in schools across the globe. To combat this and to promote equality not only in Zionsville but nationally,...

The Path Of Beauty: Project Green

By Jack Doverspike, Feature Editor

September 12, 2017

Within the long list of extracurricular clubs at ZCHS hides Project Green, the only environmental club ZCHS has to offer. Sophia Congdon and Athena Greaves act as co-presidents for the club. They take care of the courtyards by maintaining their endless weeds and putting in new plants. This is the group...

What is Extended Experiences?

By Lucas Beck, Staff

September 5, 2017

“Extended Experiences is about connecting kids with what their interests and passions are.” That is what Mrs. Adelpha Twyman from the Student Union says is the main goal of this resource. In a nutshell, Extended Experiences allows for students to connect with people in certain professions to “extend” t...

Spring Break Haiti Mission Trip Recap

Spring Break Haiti Mission Trip Recap

By Jenna Grayson, Staff

April 18, 2017

Every year Zionsville hosts a program where students are given the opportunity to serve in Haiti for a week. At the beginning of the first semester, there are a series of call out meetings intending to recruit students, both new and those who’ve already gone in previous years. Signing up to go involves...

zWORKS Shark Tank

Senior Jared Thies pitches a business plan to local entrepreneurs.

By Ethan Moore, Staff

April 12, 2017

There are many special opportunities for students throughout the school. There have been chances to take part in mission trips, national conferences, and other fun events and programs this year alone. For several students from the Entrepreneurship Program, their unique opportunity was the chance to t...

Young Democrats Club

Young Democrats Club

By Jordan Barson, Staff

March 22, 2017

The Young Democrats Club is a new club and a place where any student is able to voice their opinions and that all opinions will be respected, all club members should realize that there are different opinions but we advise you listen and learn from others perspectives. The sponsors of the club are Ms...

Pennies for Patients

Pennies for Patients

By Ethan Moore, Staff

March 22, 2017

Pennies for Patients started Friday, Mar. 10. The annual fundraiser is for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, in order to raise money for patients undergoing treatment and their family. The money is used to help those families be able to buy necessities that they may not be able to afford due to th...

Spinning Into State

The Zionsville Winter Guard performs their show

By Catie Shultz, Staff

March 21, 2017

The Zionsville Colorguard just completed the end of their winter season, placing in the top ten of state finalists after a successful prelims last Saturday. The team performed the show Daylight, which they have been working on for the entirety of the season. The ZCHS guard practices three times a w...

Sink or Float

Sink or Float

By Ava Ritz, Staff

March 10, 2017

The Engineering classes at Zionsville High School put students skills to the test on the high seas. The students built and raced their own make-shift boats at the high school swimming pool during a class competition. As students worked in teams to make it across the pool they had ample class time to co...

Break from Winter Week

By Addie Ashton, Staff

March 9, 2017

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