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 […]

ICTC students explore starting their careers

By ELIA DIETZ The Indiana County Technology Center (ICTC) is a program that helps IHS students to prepare for their future careers. High school programs provided at the ICTC include information technologies, public services, manufacturing, digital arts, construction & building trades, and automotive technologies.  IHS students, grades 10-12 leave for the ICTC after sixth period. […]

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 […]

IHS seniors prepare for graduation

By TEAGAN MERRIMAN – This past month, seniors at IHS met to discuss plans for graduation at the conclusion of this incredibly strange school year.   Thanks to Mrs. Sexton, seniors received vital information about purchasing a cap, gown, and tassel, as well as information regarding the senior class trip, baccalaureate, and the actual graduation ceremony. […]

IHS raises awareness for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

By ADRIANA GUTH-BOROWSKI – February marks the beginning of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. At IHS, the Alice Paul House plans various activities throughout the month to spread prevention tactics for toxic relationships. One in three teenagers struggles with unhealthy and abusive relationships. Teen Dating Violence Awareness month, or TDVAM, is a national effort to […]

Op-Ed: Living with the “Senior Condition”

By INDIA KRUG – “School feels weird.”  That statement has floated off the lips of many seniors as they enter a year filled with firsts and lasts.  The “Senior Condition” is the discomfort associated with the lame duck period between highly-structured life and adulthood.  For many, it contains both stress and excitement, as students prepare […]

Rowdy Rooters cheer on IHS football for first win as a team

By SYLVIA GALENO – The IHS Rowdy Rooters are ready to get loud and rowdy to cheer on IHS. After two losses, the football team was happy to be playing on their own turf. Many are looking forward to this season. Friday’s game against Ringgold marks the team’s first win, with a final score of […]

Marching Band goes “All In” at the Indiana County Fair

By ADRIANA GUTH-BOROWSKI – The IHS Marching Band debuted their Vegas themed show, “All In,” during the annual Band Night at the Indiana County Fair on August 27.  Under the direction of Jason Olear, the band performed “Viva Las Vegas,” “Luck Be A Lady,” “Lights and Luck,” “Money, Money, Money,” and “Poker Face.” The drumline […]