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The student news source of St. Charles High School


The student news source of St. Charles High School


The student news source of St. Charles High School


Mr. Doss and Mrs. Freeman retire

Times a Changing

by Emma Langstadt, Staff Writer May 22, 2024

Many teachers are leaving this year, however only math teacher Denice Freeman and business teacher Bryan Doss are actually retiring. They have both been in the building for numerous years and a lot of...

BSU & Forbes Head in a New Direction

BSU & Forbes Head in a New Direction

by Lana Usery, Social Media Manager May 22, 2024

 David Forbes has been the teacher for Honors U.S. History, World Civilization, and the Black Student Union adviser here at SCHS for several years now and he’s making a departure. He will be teaching...

Mrs Irizarry holds her award.

One Amazing Award

by Piper Ruebling, Editor in Chief May 6, 2024

On April 5, SCHS’s very own Andrea Irizarry won the Outstanding Office Staff Award for the St. Charles School District. She was nominated by Activities Director Ben Owens, and won for her dedication...

The Basler sisters posing for a photo on the track.

Trio of a Lifetime

by Emma Langstadt, Staff Writer May 3, 2024

At St. Charles High School you don't see many triplets, especially ones that are breaking records and excelling in different talents. Grace Basler, Rose Basler, and Matalyn Basler are all freshmen at SCHS....

FBLA at Missouri State FBLA Competition

FBLA takes on State

by Violet Lewis, Staff Writer April 26, 2024

April 12-16 FBLA took on State in Springfield, MO, representing St. Charles High. FBLA is the biggest business career and technical student organization in the world. Our chapter has 33 members, 18 of...

Student Council members before heading to the state convention.

StuCo Goes Gold

by Lana Usery, Social Media Manager April 22, 2024

Last month St. Charles High’s Student Council went to the State Convention in Carthage,  MO, and became a Gold Honor Council for MASC for the first time in 26 years. Student Council has put in a lot...

FCCLA logo


by Mackenzie Bufford, Staff Writer April 18, 2024

FCCLA traveled to Lake of the Ozarks March 17-19 for their state level competition. Three students, freshman Shavon Kyem, sophomore Kierra Skillington and freshman Aubrianna Strong, received silver in...

Maddy Rosner and Odessa Burlis receive STEM award

Women in STEM

by Emma Langstadt, Staff Writer April 2, 2024

The American Association of University Women is a non profit organization that stands for womens equality and empowers women through education.  “For so long women were either undervalued in the...

Chris Ketchum prepares to shoot the ball.

Top Score!

by Melanie Mota-Luis, Staff Writer March 13, 2024

Senior Chris Ketchum has played for the SCHS basketball team since his freshman year, and throughout all four years of high school he has accumulated his scored points to reach a total of 1000, which has...

A Galvanizing Gig

by Melanie Mota-Luis, Staff Writer January 30, 2024

Freshman Alexander Frese commenced his musical career when he was just 12 years old and currently participates in the St. Charles High School Jazz Band. His instrument playing abilities consist primarily...

Bethany Aubin working

New Office Staff

by Sammy Pogue, Staff Writer November 29, 2023

There are two new friendly faces in the building: Rita Olendorff and Bethany Aubin.   Olendorff is the new attendance secretary and Aubin is the new registrar.  Olendorff started working at SCH...

Amy Robertson working

Robertson Retiring

by Sammy Pogue, Staff Writer November 6, 2023

After a ninth year of being at SCHS, Amy Robertson is now retiring.  “My experience working at SCHS has been wonderful! I started out in the attendance office working side by side with Mrs. Bizelli,”...

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