The Harbinger

Choralaires Dance Their Way to Victory

Photo by: Christie Turnbull

By Jack Doverspike, Staff

March 5, 2017

On Saturday, February 25, 2017, Zionsville’s unisex choir, the Choralaires, were Grand Champions of Franklin Central High School’s Hoosier Show Choir Classic, their first win of this competitive season. After long hours of practice, the Choralaires swept the competition, winning best vocals, best...

Quiz Bowl Wins Big

Quiz Bowl Wins Big

By Ava Ritz, Writer

March 5, 2017

Quiz bowl at Zionsville High School is no joke. We are known for our bright brains but these students are taking their knowledge to the next level. The 2016 team recently won the HCC Quiz Bowl Championship with hours of hard work behind them. The Quiz bowl practices are held after school and are welcoming...

New Clubs at ZHS

By Ella Q. Peavler, News Editor

February 24, 2017

Recently on the school announcements, you may have heard of new clubs that are forming in Zionsville Community High School. These clubs range from the Young Republicans Club, the Zionsville Students for Life Club, and the new Equal Rights Club. The Young Republicans Club will have its first official...

Give the Royalaires a “Jazz” Hand

Give the Royalaires a “Jazz” Hand

By Sam Shipe, Staff

February 22, 2017

The Zionsville show choirs came out swinging at their first competition of the year. The Royals attended Pike Music Festival on the 11th of February, and left it all on the stage. With a marvelous steamboat set, and an equally enticing theme they had the tools for success. They did obtain success th...

A Break From Prison Lunches: 4th Line

A Break From Prison Lunches: 4th Line

By Ava Ritz, Staff

February 6, 2017

Peanut butter and jelly again, grilled cheese again, stringy pizza again, is that really meat in the Z-rib? The school lunches have proven to be sub-par even to a convict behind bars. No matter the grade, the age, or taste in food, students hate the school lunches. However, there is one time of the year w...

Sadie Hawkins 2017

Some students form a conga line at Sadie Hawkins.

By Erin Patterson

February 5, 2017

Last Saturday, January 28th, the ZCHS Student Council put on the annual Sadie Hawkins dance. It was a night full of dancing and excitement, with a Great Gatsby theme. The Student Council decorated the Freshman Center with gold and black balloons and the iconic, omniscient eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleberg....

Club Competition

By Ava Ritz, Staff

January 29, 2017

Speech and Debate, these are the students you want on your side in your next twitter fight. The clubs meet each week and prepare the most articulate arguments seen in our school's population, a lesson they could be teaching most of you that have a phone, friend drama, and a big mouth. Speech and Deb...

Great White North 2017

Great White North 2017

By Erin Patterson, Staff

January 22, 2017

It might have been rainy in Indy over the weekend, but Wisconsin was full of snow and Zionsville students. Great White North happened over the weekend in partnership with the Zionsville Fellowship church. The students left on Friday, January 13th, to head up to Wisconsin, more specifically Fort Wilderness...

The Business of Business Professionals of America

The Business of Business Professionals of America

By Abigail Winters, Staff

December 19, 2016

For those who do not know what Business Professionals of America is, it is a club at ZCHS and other high schools that was built for students interested in business. The students become educated on finance, marketing, java programming, and other critical business needs. These topics will help them later...

A Study Guide to Studying for Finals

A Study Guide to Studying for Finals

By Kelly Garcia, Assistant Web Editor

December 14, 2016

Finals are finally approaching and it tends to be one of the most stressful times of the year for students.  It definitely helps to have a few helpful tips to help you get through the finals period. Start studying early: it is more beneficial to start early, rather than later. You have the abi...

Holiday Home Tour in the ‘Ville

Holiday Home Tour in the 'Ville

By Marissa Stacy, Managing Editor

December 5, 2016

The holidays are only a couple weeks away and to start off the spirit of the season, the Zionsville Show Choirs had their annual Holiday Home Tours. The students were at six homes and would rotate different shifts with one another to sing a couple holiday-themed songs. “I loved being able to sing s...

Oklahoma is More Than OK!

Oklahoma is More Than OK!

By Sam Shipe, Staff

November 17, 2016

This year Zionsville Community High School has an amazing musical in store. The production being brought to life this year is Oklahoma. This musical is set with an old west or southern feel to it. It tells of lust, hate, struggle, action, and love over all. The director Mikayla Koharchik has been...