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


Blake French will be the new varsity girls basketball coach next year.

New Coach Coming Soon!

by Elias Newberry, Staff Writer May 19, 2022

This fall, the varsity team's new coach, Blake French, will be replacing Ben Owens as the head coach. French is currently a 6th grade teacher at Jefferson Intermediate School here in St. Charles, Missouri.  “It...

Shane and Ryan just chillin

Senior Advice

by Ria McGowen, Online Editor May 19, 2022

All good things must come to an end. With the end of the 2022 school year coming to an end seniors are scattering trying to figure out finalized plans for college, after school work force, and changed...

Out with the Old, In with the New

Out with the Old, In with the New

by Colton Schroer, Broadcast Liaison May 17, 2022

As it is getting closer and closer to Bob Leonard’s retirement, Dan McMullen has been picked to represent the pirates. “Coach Dan McMullen will be an incredible asset to the St. Charles football...

Moses Brown shows his love for Star Wars

The modifications of SCHS

by Ria McGowen, Online Editor April 25, 2022

Body modifications are becoming more and more popular with SCHS students. A rising number of students have appearing steel and ink in their bodies each with personal meaning. A popular face with an...

Lesniak is Leaving

by Madeline Kratzer, Staff Writer April 25, 2022

Cris Lesniak has served St. Charles High as a Special Education teacher since 2001, and has served our country for a total of seven years in the military. Now, he is retiring from teaching. Lesniak...

A Long Awaited Return

A Long Awaited Return

by Allie Taschner, Copy Editor March 31, 2022

The next school year will be a new beginning for both staff and students at St. Charles High School. Ted Happel, who is currently an Assistant Principal here at the school, will become the new Principal....

Yearbook pictures of Jeff walker (left) in his first year as Head Principal of SCHS and (right) of Walker in the 2020 school year.

Captain of Ship Lands Ashore

by Colton Schroer, Broadcast Liaison December 6, 2021

Dealing with kids in education is one thing, but running a high school as a principal is another. Head Principal Jeff Walker is officially retiring after the 2021-2022 school year after 28 long years in...

Coach Leonards Final Farewell

Coach Leonard’s Final Farewell

by Elias Newberry, Staff Writer December 3, 2021

St. Charles High has come to a bittersweet time since Coach Bob Leonard is retiring from teaching and coaching next year. Leonard has served with us as the head football coach as well as a strength training...

King and queen during halftime.

Homecoming Queen Celebration

by Elias Newberry, Staff Writer November 8, 2021

Te’Ilah Coffman, Kelsey Nash, and Kyler Klimas are among the few who were senior nominees for homecoming queen this year. In the end, Kilmas had the most votes and was chosen to be homecoming queen this...

Its not a furry thing

COVID vs. Mental Wellbeing

by Ria McGowen, Online Editor October 4, 2021

Many things came from the mass spread of COVID-19 all across the world. Time spent at home has had lasting effects on students, teachers, and people as a whole. Quarantine was individualized for everyone.  “I...

Senior Lydia Holterman comes prepared for the school day, and does it in style!

At the Corner of Academics and Club Activities

by Dean Chapman, Design Editor October 4, 2021

It's a common sight to see students at St. Charles High participate in one or two clubs, but senior Lydia Holterman takes the cake on just how many activities one can take part in. Holterman is in the...

Aimee Saffo smiles in the Guidance Office

A Not-So-New Face in Guidance

by Benton DIetrich September 28, 2021

There are a lot of brand new faces in our SCHS staff this year, and Aimee Saffo is our brand new staff member in the Guidance office as she takes on the role of Crisis Counselor. This entails helping out...

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