The Harbinger

Your Stickers Are Your Double

By Jack Doverspike, Feature Editor

February 25, 2018

In the mesh pockets of North Face and Jansport backpacks, vinyl decals stick out on Nalgene, CamelBak, and Hydro Flask water bottles, flooding the halls and classrooms of Zionsville Community High School: Yay! Outside. #OptOutside. Indy CD and Vinyl. Along with stickers on laptops, these accessories...

Skating into the History Books

Skating into the History Books

By Rachel Shultz, Staff

February 23, 2018

     Mirai Nagasu made history at the 2018 Winter Olympics, becoming the first American woman to land a triple axel at the Olympics.      It is difficult to comprehend the difficulty of the skill Nagasu pulled off, when in fact the triple axel is considered one of the most challenging jump...

Team of the Month: Wrestling

By Tyler Gutwein, Staff

December 19, 2017

The Zionsville wrestling team has worked their tails off and their progress is showing it. This year, the ZCHS wrestling team has six seniors: Matthias Einterz, Brian Fuller, John and Sam Gobeyn, Thomas Penola, and Kody Wagner. This still means that there are a lot of weight classes that are covered...

Show Choir’s Holiday Home Tour

By Anna Murphy, Staff

December 11, 2017

To kick off this holiday season, Zionsville High School's very own show choir participated in the Holiday Home Tour tradition on Saturday, December 2. Royalaires, Choralaires, and Jazz Band alike worked hard for months on end to perfect their individual songs to perform in various homes around the Zionsville...

Zi-Awesome-Ville Homecoming Tailgate

By Anna Murphy, Staff

September 21, 2017

Zionsville High School is having their first ever homecoming tailgate on Friday, September 22, and it is open to all clubs, teams, classes, and faculty departments. To celebrate the homecoming football game and dance, the Zionsville Department is hosting a tailgate for any Zionsville residents. Anybody...

Team of the Week: Girl’s Volleyball

Team of the Week: Girl's Volleyball

By Anna Murphy, Staff

August 29, 2017

The girl’s volleyball team kicked off their successful season with four straight wins. The players have worked hard in their games winning against McCutcheon (3-1), Brebeuf (3-1), Center Grove (3-1), and Fishers (3-1). With conference matches every Thursday, their next game is a match against Westfield...

Eagles Take the Win in First Game of the Year

Andrew Broecker, quarterback, throws after faking a run with Nick Brier, running back. 
Photo by: Alex Paul

By Jack Doverspike, Feature Editor

August 22, 2017

On Aug. 18 the Eagles slithered in a 33-32 victory against the Pike High School Red Devils. The Eagles started strong, finishing the first half 14-7 with Andrew Broecker, senior quarterback, as the leader of the offense. As well as this game being the first regular-season game, it was the first opportunity...

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...

Team of the Week: Ladies Lacrosse

Girl's Varsity Lacrosse Team

By Catie Schultz, Staff

April 11, 2017

The Zionsville Girls Lacrosse Team has begun their season off with a great start: the junior varsity team remaining undefeated 7-0 and the varsity team 5-2. In their most recent game played last Tuesday the 28th, both JV and varsity won against the Fishers Girl’s lacrosse teams. JV scored 11-1 and varsi...

Time to Put Up the Skates

Time to Put Up the Skates

By Sam Barrett, Staff

March 12, 2017

Hockey isn’t one of the most popular sports, but our Zionsville Hockey team seems to be loving what they do. The team had a very successful season making it all the way to state championships. Zionsville played their first game in the championship tournament against Culver on Friday, March 3, losi...

ISTEP or ILEARN

ISTEP or ILEARN

By Sam Barrett, Staff

February 27, 2017

It’s that time of the year again. A time that all students dread. ISTEP testing. Although it doesn’t seem like we will be calling it ISTEP for much longer. In an article written by Chelsea Schneider of the IndyStar she states that a panel had met. The panel recommended that the state create a ne...

Where They Are Now? Child Celebrities Edition

Where They Are Now? Child Celebrities Edition

By Ethan Moore, Staff

January 24, 2017

Noah Munck      For most teenagers, Noah Munck was a fixture in their childhood, whether they know him by that name or not. He is most likely known for his role as Gibby in the Nickelodeon comedy “iCarly”. Gibby was an iconic character, who more than likely was shirtless for no reason a...