Indiana Area Senior High School

Leadership promotes “Your Story Matters”

PRESS RELEASE

As part of Leadership Seminar’s mental health initiative this year, they have worked on spreading awareness for a battle we all face.

On the final Thursday of each month, Leadership is asking that faculty, staff, and students around the district wear these shirts.

Order forms are outside Ms. Duffy’s room (100), or you can email Abbie Huey, at ahuey.2023@myiasd.cc.

Shirts are $15 and they accept cash or check [checks are to be made out to Indiana Area School District].

High Arrow reporters earn contest awards

By High Arrow Staff On Wednesday, March 27, 2024, four members of the IHS High Arrow reporter staff were awarded monetary prizes and recognition for their efforts in the “Newspaper in Education” contest sponsored by the Indiana Gazette.    Over 25 different elementary, middle and high schools entered the contest

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IHS Mini-THON fundraises for the Four Diamonds Foundation

By Addison Mosco The IHS Mini-THON fundraising committee is raising money for the Four-Diamonds Foundation. There are many different ways they are fundraising, but all the money is going to the same place: the Four Diamonds Foundation. Senior Emma Masengale comments, “We are fundraising by reaching out to businesses, holding

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IHS Drama Club Prepares for Footloose

By Elizabeth Olsen With the change of seasons swiftly approaching, there are many things that the IHS student body has to look forward to. One of the most anticipated events coming up would be the annual spring musical, put on by the IHS Drama Club. This year, the club is

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Mini-THON 2024: What to expect

By Gabi Isenberg It’s that time of year again. Mini-THON 2024 is rapidly approaching and IHS Leadership has prepared a fun night for the school on March 21. Mini-THON is one of the largest school-organized and student-planned events. It is a smaller version of Penn State’s THON, during which students

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Students take on after-school jobs

By Elia Dietz Students at IHS have begun to take up employment as an after-school activity. Whether it is for experience, money, or simply to keep busy with an extra benefit, almost the majority of students spend their free time after school or on weekends working.  When thinking about applying

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IHS girls’ basketball rolls into season

By Addison Mosco IHS girls’ basketball kicked off their season with a game at Forest Hills High School against the Forest Hills Rangers. The game ended with a score of 45 Indiana and 53 Forest Hills.   Regarding how the season is going, sophomore Laken Kugler comments, “I believe our team

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