Ella Barley is a freshman and a first-year reporter for the High Arrow. “I joined the High Arrow to write articles for the students and staff of IHS to get information from,” stated Barley.
Ella’s favorite subject is English, “My favorite subject is probably English because I like reading and writing,” she says. She uses these skills to help her write articles.
She also enjoys playing with her three dogs and four cats and watching some TV shows. Barley commented.“I watch a lot of movies and read books.” Her favorite shows include Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead, and Dexter. Ella’s favorite color is red.
Ella is also a new member of the Indiana High School tennis team. “I really enjoy tennis and I plan on doing it for the rest of high school.”
As a first-year reporter, Ella is excited to participate in the High Arrow for this school year and write informative articles. Her articles include Homecoming, Rowdy Rooters, and a spotlight with more to come soon.
“She’s very kind and has super-good style,” fellow freshman reporter Elia Dietz said, “She writes consistently and well.”
Sydney is a freshman and a first-year reporter for the High Arrow. She plays soccer, softball, and swimming for the high school. She is excited to start writing articles for the community at IHS.
By ELLA MOSCO After 33 years of teaching and coaching, Mr. Scott Mossgrove will be retiring from IHS this year. Mr. Mossgrove bids adieu to an illustrious and meaningful teaching career. “I’ve been a teacher, athletic director, and assistant principal at the junior high. Along with that I was a
By ADDISON MOSCO Mrs. Linda Schwartz has been working here at the high school for eight years. She works in the administrative office and she enjoys working here. She is retiring this year after a successful career. “I will miss my IHS family and seeing them around, but I’m excited
By EMMA SHEERAN Four IHS students: Joey Baunoch, Sean Kelly, Sam Knepper, and Xav Ferguson–make up the barbershop quartet that is “Chord of the Rings!” (TikTok – @chordtinsoc, youtube.com/@chordoftherings). They are quickly gaining popularity in the IHS/Indiana community, having already made appearances at many IHS events with many more coming
By GABI ISENBERG It’s spring, and that means it’s baseball season. Since the end of March, the IHS boys’ junior varsity team has been taking wins left and right. This season, the IHS JV baseball team has won nine games and lost one. They were undefeated until recently, losing a
By ELLA BARLEY Seniors at Indiana High School decorate their lockers to express their interests and hobbies. Many seniors involved in sports and extracurricular activities express that onto their lockers. Sports teams also have underclassmen from their team decorate the seniors’ lockers. Senior Abby Huey states, “My underclassmen decorated my
By SYDNEY ANDERSON IHS softball is back for the Spring Season and the varsity team is currently going strong. With more games to come, more excitement and competition is expected. The team practices everyday after school, working on drills to help with batting practice and fielding. Practices are led by