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Ryan Cortopassi: Fashionista part 2

By Kyle Whitlock

February 17, 2016

2/9/16 Ryan went with the classic “wannabe Kanye” look today. Although he may not pull it off, he certainly tried. For Ryan, the more black the better. Today it appears as he is sporting black skinny jeans, a black shirt, and black Timberlands. Also the Supreme hat is a little strange because...

But the Children Love the Books: An Ember in the Ashes

But the Children Love the Books: An Ember in the Ashes

By Lindsay Herhusky, Staff

February 17, 2016

Every once in a while, a person will stumble upon a good book, and fall deeply in love. They will become attached to the novel, maybe even form deep emotional bonds to the fictional characters. For us avid readers, we are constantly searching for the next book to delve into. When we find one that pul...

Feature Teacher

Feature Teacher

February 9, 2016

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...

Cheapest of the Cheap Makeup 

Cheapest of the Cheap Makeup 

February 9, 2016

We all get sick of the expensive makeup. A lip stick can not really be worth $30, right? I know for sure, one of my go to lip stick/matte liquid lip stick brands is NYX. Not only is it inexpensive, but some of their shades are strikingly similar to Kylie Jenner’s Lip Kit shades. I definitely resorted...

Speech and Debate Make it to State

Speech and Debate Make it to State

By Kelly Babb, Staff

February 9, 2016

  Zionsville High School’s speech and debate team goes to the state tournament. The meet happened on Saturday, January 30th at Ben Davis High School, where the speech and debate team competed to win state. The event held around 300 kids from at least 20 different schools from all over I...

The Clubs of ZCHS: French Club

The Clubs of ZCHS: French Club

By Noah McCarty-Slaughter, Staff

February 1, 2016

Bonjour! Zionsville is known for it’s many different clubs and extracurricular activities. The students of ZCHS are generally very well-rounded and have a large variety of activities to participate in. One of these many clubs is the French club. French club is a place for French students, or students interest...

Whippin’ Band Trip

Whippin’ Band Trip

By Katie Anderson, Staff

January 27, 2016

After all their hard work all season long, the ZCHS band knows how to kick back and celebrate. Traveling to Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida, they were able to have fun and share their talents with the world outside of the Zionsville area. “We take big band trips like these every two years....

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...