Are Schools Preparing Students for Life After High School?

Are Schools Preparing Students for Life After High School?

Julia Kelbaugh, Reporter

February 8, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Uncategorized

Schools in America promote academic excellence and make sure students are prepared for higher level content. This higher level content and rigorous academic collaboration promotes analytical thinking, decision making and being able to work well in groups. Even though this may improve test sco...

Current Events for January 20-25, 2018

Current Events for January 20-25, 2018

Julia Kelbaugh, Reporter

January 25, 2018


Filed under News

This past week, the latest news has included many major events to be aware of.  Influenza Epidemic                                                                           This winter has been one of the worst flu seasons in years, and hospitals everywhere ar...

‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside…’

‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside…’

Julia Kelbaugh, Reporter

January 15, 2018


Filed under Features

Over the past few weeks, a cold front has sat over the whole northern half of the country, keeping temperatures below freezing. Unfortunately, there is not much of an end in sight, with this only being the beginning of a long winter season ahead. The Weather Channel has reports of how these bitter ...

Mock Plans to Continue Artistic Streak

Mock Plans to Continue Artistic Streak

Julia Kelbaugh, Reporter

December 30, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Uncategorized

Senior Brady Mock has been involved in the art program all throughout high school. He has been recognized for his abilities several times and is now coming to the end of his high school career. Mock is heading to college soon and putting together his portfolio, and he has a lot to show for just four ...

Holiday Share Spreading Cheer throughout the Community

Julia Kelbaugh, Reporter

December 18, 2017


Filed under News

Student Council just finished their annual Holiday Share program, raising over $1800 dollars. A few weeks ago student council representatives dropped off envelopes in homerooms and challenged their fellow students to bring in money for families in need. The money made from the Holiday Share progra...

Students Create Winter Mural for Annual Art Show

Students Create Winter Mural for Annual Art Show

Julia Kelbaugh, Reporter

December 14, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

Seniors Sammi Patterson and Stevie King recently completed a large mural as part of a local art contest. Students from local high schools were given a challenge to paint a winter or holiday scene to be given to the Miller Plant Farm. Each mural is hung in the greenhouse at Miller Plant Farm, a...

Chanticleer Sings their Way to Harrisburg

Chanticleer Sings their Way to Harrisburg

Julia Kelbaugh, Reporter

December 4, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

The select choir Chanticleer traveled to the PA Christmas Show on November 29 to perform a wide selection of holiday tunes. Junior Matthew Sharkey had his first experience performing at this event and knew that the group was ready for their biggest concert of the year. “As a group we had several rehearsals where we went over the music with Mr. Al...

Vega to Run in Australia

Julia Kelbaugh, Reporter

November 28, 2017


Filed under Athletics, Features

Imagine the exhilaration of running in a race, and on top of that, running through the beautiful landscapes of Australia. This could be reality for sophomore Mateo Vega, as he was asked to run in Australia by the Down Under Sports organization because of his successful running career....

Julia Kelbaugh

Julia Kelbaugh

November 6, 2017


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Junior Julia Kelbaugh is a reporter for the Courier this year and is very excited for her first year on the staff. She is involved in many activities including tennis, track and field, Chanticleer, Link Crew, and many more. Outside of school she enjoys singing, playing piano, baking, and volunteering at her c...

Warrior Council hopes to make a change

Warrior Council hopes to make a change

Julia Kelbaugh, Reporter

October 15, 2017


Filed under News

Warrior Council is a new group this year with a focus on leadership and crafting unity between different clubs in the school. Brad Keeney, athletic director and one of the adult leaders of Warrior Council, hopes the council will give more students a voice. “We were looking for another for...

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