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The student news source of St. Charles High School

SCHS Now

The student news source of St. Charles High School

SCHS Now

SCHS Marching Band performs at the Homecoming assembly

Changes for Marching Band

by Annie Hanks, Content Manager October 18, 2021

SCHS’ marching band is voluntary this year, which caused the numbers to go down. This ensures the marching band is full of people who want to be there, which makes productivity skyrocket. Sean Bippen,...

The first theater meeting of the 2021-2022 school year

A Look Into the Rabbit Hole

by Allie Taschner, Copy Editor October 14, 2021

Every year, the St. Charles High School theater department performs a play or musical for each season of the school year. Last year they had done “Almost, Maine,” “Annie Jr.” and “Emperor’s...

This year all district buildings are getting new lights.

Let It Shine

by Elias Newberry, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

Ever since the district administration decided to upgrade the lights throughout the building, they’ve saved the school money and they have one new feature compared to the old standard lights. These LED...

Creative Writing Club in Ms. Ramseys classroom

A Poetic Pandemic

by Madeline Kratzer, Staff Writer October 9, 2021

Creative Writing Club is located in Ms. Ramsey’s room, A(206), and they meet from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM. The main focus of the Creative Writing Club is to showcase the talents, artworks and creativity of...

Not Just Another Year

Not Just Another Year

by Lilian Sasso, Staff Writer October 8, 2021

Homecoming is a lot of students' favorite part of the year and for most of the students here at SCHS they haven’t had a homecoming. Homecoming will be Saturday, Oct. 9 on the front lawn, from 7-10 p.m....

Ella Sulwer helps at a booth

Walk to End Alzheimer’s

by Mackenzie Bufford, Staff Writer October 8, 2021

On Aug. 25 the Key Club helped out with the Walk to End Alzheimer's which was held at St. Charles Community College. Senior Sarah Frerker found out about it while at the Community College. She suggested...

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...

Mr. Messina is the esports host.

First Year of Esports at SCHS

by Elias Newberry September 28, 2021

On Aug. 30, 2021, Joseph Messina sponsored his first ever e-sports group. Messina decided to sponsor the esports group after getting word about it during his training. “I heard about it at PLTW Java...

Evening with the Stars

by Cadence Halliday, Staff Writer May 27, 2021

Ella Adam Connor Asbell Madeline Beerman Lacie Beilsmith Sophie Birch Haley Bishoff Justin Blair Erin Booker Alaina Gerdemann Sophia Gibbs Grant Goodwin Breanna Hollowell ...

Bre Hollowell and Domenica Suraty with Coach Orrick

Soccer Seniors

by Lilian Sasso, Calendar manager May 24, 2021

Seniors Bre and Domenica have finished the final soccer season as District champions. These two girls have helped their juniors a lot in practice to become a better team all together. Hollowell has played...

Calling All Shots

Calling All Shots

by Alija Ernst, Content Manager May 18, 2021

During this pandemic, times have changed and people have had to adapt to new things, such as the new COVID-19 vaccines that have been sweeping the world with hope for the future as well as fear for some....

Ryan Bain and Aidan Doughty singing to each other.

Prom 2021: Covid Edition

by Hamda Hamed, Staff Writer May 14, 2021

In the most untraditional year, students were lucky enough to have at least one traditional event thanks to the Prom coordinators, Liz Laley and Daniele Munzer. Although there was a Prom, there were...

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