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Get a Cupful of This!

Get a Cupful of This!

by Alex Wilson, Social Media Manager

May 21, 2020

Some of you may have seen the fence on the outside of highway 70 that writes messages in cups to display a message. The owner of that house has been doing this for years, but this year she decided to try something different.  Since Corona closed schools all over Missouri, she decided to recognize the ...

On the Bright Side

On the Bright Side

by Ella Sulwer, Social Media Manager

April 24, 2020

  Through this COVID-19 pandemic it’s easy to focus on all the scary and sad news people are receiving everyday, but in the community families and neighborhoods have done several things to show support and spread a few smiles.  One popular thing to do is to hold birthday parades. This is whe...

Art Club

Art Club

by Danny Schneider, Poll Editor

March 11, 2020

On Thursday, Mar. 5, an Art club meeting was held for all students that want to explore their artistic styles.  ...

Talent Show Fail

Talent Show Fail

by Alex Wilson, Social Media Manager

February 27, 2020

This spring, some of the SCHS teachers will be starring in a faculty play, “Talent Show Fail”, which is a spring play that will be directed by the senior theater students. The play is about a small town trying to get their road fixed and raising the money to do so through a talent show.  For...

Making History

Virginia Werth, Andrew Kelch, Claire Schkerke and Simon Fernandez study for their competitions.

by Danny Schneider, Poll Editor

February 10, 2020

On March 4, a new SCHS history quiz bowl team started by Contemporary Issues teacher, William Hippe, will be competing in a competition at SLU University. Students on the team are Simon Fernandez, Jakob Bredell, Claire Schkerke, Andrew Kelch and Virginia Werth. The idea for starting this team was given to...

Bad Santa Photos

by Ella Sulwer and Alex Wilson, Social Media Managers

December 19, 2019

This is a picture of Virginia, Sally, and their brother Freddy Werth when they were younger. "In our beautiful family photo Virginia was asking when she could get off, Freddy just looks sneaky and terrified, and I’m very uncomfortable and probably about to cry," Sally Werth said.   Th...

Tips for Success

Tips for Success

by Danny Schneider, Poll Editor

December 12, 2019

1. Create your own study guide: Writing helps you remember things better 2. Ask Questions: ask your teacher questions, it will help you in case you have problems 3. Attend Review Session: reviewing is useful for success and the review class the day before might be a good source of review time 4. ...

Samuel Adams

Taking shots. Sam Adams is taking a three point shot during a heated game. This shot was taken during a game against Saint Charles West, the rival school. The game was close and Adams put us in the lead with this three pointer.

by Anna Anderson, Staff Writer

December 11, 2019

Samuel Adams is a player on the varsity basketball team here at St. Charles High and has been since his freshman year.  Adams says he views himself as a good team player. However, there are a few ups and downs to every team and every game played, even if it is a bad game. “Try to forget about...

Pets in Style

December 10, 2019

These are Alex Wilson's 8 month old kittens, Nat, Lilly, and Milo. They are wearing a sweatshirt, sweater, and a vest.   This is Jay Frey's 10 year old chinchilla Marcus James Frey. He is wearing a Santa hat from PetSmart.   This is Oliva Navarette's 9 year old dog Lola. She is wear...

A Creative Mind

Ms. Myers-love of arranging flowers

by Danny Schneider, Poll Editor

December 6, 2019

Gifted English 2 teacher, Tanya Glennon implemented the 20% Project for her students. The 20% project was created by IBM. Google picked up this idea and let their workers work on a smaller project which is now called the 20% Project. Google wanted to get their employees working on personal things tha...

Strumming Out

Claudia Hensley

by Nathan Poteet, Web Designer

December 2, 2019

In the St. Charles school district, there are many people who take their hobbies very seriously. Although one, Claudia Hensley, stands out from the rest. Hensley, who used to attend SCHS is now home-schooled to spend more time creating and performing music. She has talents beyond most, and it has come to...

In Between The Lines

In Between The Lines

by Quinn Metz, Staff Writer

November 22, 2019

Cooper Herweck is quite a bit further than most 16-year-olds. He’s been creating and selling art online and locally since seventh grade, the highest price he’s achieved being $500. Recently his art was featured in an art show at Picasso’s Coffee Shop on Nov. 2. “I enjoy having my art sold...

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