• March 9Prom tickets will be for sale one March 21 for $35

  • March 9Peer leadership application for next year can be picked up in the counseling center, they will be due by March 9

  • January 10Drivers Education applications are in the counseling office. Apply ASAP!

  • January 10PSAT results are in!

  • January 10Seniors: Check the board next to the counseling office for scholarship opportunities.

  • December 4Senior yard signs will be on sale for $20 until April 6.

  • October 24If you plan to ride the late bus please sign up before 8th period

  • October 10Seniors: Check the spelling and accuracy of your name on the counseling window!


Emily Brown, Contributor

April 21, 2017

Filed under IndyInk, Short Stories

Youth is filled with discovery, adventure, whimsy and wonder. It is filled with the ones you love and the ones you lose, the things you learn and the things you forget. Sadly, as you grow, the discoveries of play time, the adventure of pretend pirate games, the whimsy of stuffed bears and toys and the wonders of imagination- they all seem to disappear. You forget how to be carefree; you forget how to travel to Narn...

So There’s This

Amelia Scott, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017

Filed under IndyInk, Short Stories

Okay, so I write, or I try to. I normally write poetry and like everyone else out there, and I think I’m good at it. My teachers have said that I’m good, one even thinks I’ll be published one day. As I’ve grown up I’ve tried to adapt and change my style, and I have. My poetry is much less uniform and more me in a way. But not here to talk about poetry, right. Stay focused. So yeah I don’t write much of that oth...

“I am Ready for the Next Big Step”

Nadia Khan, Contributer

December 13, 2016

Filed under IndyInk, Short Stories

I grew up with a dad who immigrated to America from India, washed dishes and sold books door-to-door in order to put himself through two master's degrees.  I grew up with a mom who married at nineteen, had me and my two siblings by the age of 25, yet finished college on time and with honors.  I grew up with the assumption that everyone has a great work ethic and a “nothing is impossible” mentality.  Then...I started...


Mackenzie Robertson, Contributior

December 13, 2016

Filed under IndyInk, Short Stories

Not everything is okay. Fact of life, people. And more and more I look around and see people try to redefine "okay." Or try to figure out the way the world is best run Or what's the difference between messing up and just having some fun There's no black and white- it's all just grey The world is flexible, there's room for all- oh, you're going to pray? A lot more is accepted A lot more is rejected And more and more...

Personal Memoir

Rachael Jameson, Contributor

December 1, 2016

Filed under IndyInk, Short Stories

I can still feel the humidity in the air and the sweat dripping down my face as I nervously trudged up to the group of people I would soon call my team. My first day of cross country practice is not a day I vividly remember because it was fun or even the slightest bit enjoyable.  It was actually quite miserable, but I still remember that day (and likely always will) because of the impact it had and continues to have on my ...

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