Leadership students addresses seasonal depression issues

By ELIA DIETZ For the month of November, IHS Leadership Seminar is focusing on uplifting students dealing with depression or other mental health issues. During academic advising, students made their own personalized hand turkey, writing what they’re grateful for on it.  Leadership provided paper and other crafting materials to academic advising teachers to hand out […]

Taylor Swift evades time and expectations with “Midnights”

By EMMA SHEERAN Taylor Swift recently released her 10th studio album ‘Midnights’ and it took no more than a day for it to break streaming records and make history. Though there have been some differing opinions on the album, it cannot be denied that it is one of her most successful and popular releases. Swift […]

High Arrow Staff Spotlight: Gabi Isenberg

By ELLA MOSCO Gabi Isenberg is a freshman and a first-time reporter for the High Arrow. Gabi joined journalism at the beginning of the 2022 school year. Gabi was inspired to join because she was involved in the Crimson Arrow, the junior high school newspaper.  Gabi says, “Last year I was president of the Crimson […]

IHS Responds to the death of the Queen

By CAROLINE PORTER September 8, 2022 is a day that will forever be written in history books. 70 years and 241 days on the throne came to an end for Queen Elizabeth the Second. After many weeks of concerning health, the royal family announced the death of the beloved Queen.  Most people were in class […]

Clubs are back at IHS and ready to go! 

By MICHAEL JADZAK With it being halfway through the first quarter already, IHS brings back student-picked clubs for another year. Whether it be politics, video games, or sports, IHS presents new options for students this year. Clubs have been a school tradition for quite some time, whether it is a returning club or a new […]

Key Club works toward making a difference

By ADDISON MCAFEE Key Club is always playing a part in the community and helping in any way it can. They participate in acts of community service for people who need it most and give to others in so many different ways. They work together to make our school and community a better place for […]

Freshman volleyball returns for the fall sports season

By ELLA MOSCO The IHS girl’s freshman volleyball team began their season on August 22 against Hempfield High School. The girls are continuing to play against surrounding schools and districts, and support from the students can majorly affect how the girls play throughout this fall sports season.  Freshman Hannah Stone says, “We’re about 3-1 on […]

Cross Country up and running under new management

By WILL BERZONSKY With a new coach leading the school’s cross-country program, the running community is on the edge of their seats waiting to see how the new approach to training will pay off. As of right now, it seems that major success is on the horizon for the team.  Last year’s track season ended […]

Student teachers are settling in at IHS

By KRISTEN KELLY Hey IHS students and staff! Have you met the 2022-2023 student teachers? If not, here’s the place to get to know and welcome them. IHS students are so grateful for their time spent with us to learn and teach, and let’s not forget about the teachers taking time out of their busy […]

Two former IHS students appear on the soundtrack of Disney’s movie Soul

By KILEY BRANAN – IHS alumni Joe Saylor and Phil Kuehn have scored a major hit appearing on the musical score of the Disney movie Soul on drums and bass, respectively Soul is a family movie about a jazz pianist who has a near-death experience and ends up stuck in the afterlife rethinking some of […]