Kings' Courier

Boeing Boeing

Boeing Boeing

Josie Woolever, Sophomore Writer

March 23, 2017

I recently had the privilege to go with some of the other sophomore English students to attend a play in Indianapolis. Upon arriving to the Indiana Repertory Theater I didn’t know very much about the play Boeing Boeing; all I knew was that it was a comedy. Once we arrived, I found a program for the play, ...

Cassandra Clare Does It Again

Peyton Shafer, Senior Editor

April 14, 2016

I became obsessed with author Cassandra Clare’s books a few years back when I first read The Mortal Instruments series. Soon after I finished those, I discovered she had another series called The Infernal Devices and, of course, had to read them also. Both series tell the stories of Shadowhunters, de...


Hayden Vest, Freshman Writer

February 27, 2015

I recently watched the movie Fury. The movie was fully comprised of action from the very beginning and until the very end. Fury starred Brad Pitt as the captain of a tank that they called “Fury”. Pitt delivered a fantastic performance throughout the entire movie. The movie took place in April 1945...

Divergent delivers as a Thriller

Mallory Minnick, Freshman Writer

January 20, 2015

Divergent is a spectacular and exciting movie that is based on the world wide bestseller by Veronica Roth. The movie is great, and I really never lost interest in the fantastic film. With the main quote being “One choice can transform you,” Shailey Woody, who played Tris, and Theo James, who was ...

We’re The Millers

Cole Carden, Freshman Writer

February 11, 2014

I saw the movie We’re the Millers. It is listed as a comedy movie. I was really excited to see this movie since I heard it was supposed to be really funny. The basic plot to the story consists of a drug dealer who loses his money and is forced to smuggle drugs across the border. Already the plot suggests...

The truth about life…and death

Jessica Pinkston, Freshman Writer

February 6, 2014

John Green has written a fantastic book that is embodied in The Fault in Our Stars. The powerful combination of love and loss with some humor thrown in is illustrated in this exceptional novel. This book will grab hold of your attention and won’t let go until you read the last word. Hazel Grace ...

Getting to know the only Senior cheerleader

Kassi Hardy, Freshman Writer

February 4, 2014

“It was awful and I cried the whole time,” Katelyn Jones, a senior varsity cheerleader from Lewis Cass, said. Katelyn cheered her last high school football game during sectionals. She went up to her mom, knowing it was her last high school football game, at the end of the game and her mom held her...

Fifteenth Summer, a realistic novel

Fifteenth Summer, a realistic novel

Savanna Thompson, Freshman Writer

December 3, 2013

Checkout the novel Fifteenth Summer for a romance filled summer story in which a teenage girl named Chelsea and her family travel from their home in the busy city of L.A. to the laid back, quiet surroundings of Bluepoint, Michigan to their grandmother’s cottage for the summer. Granly, their grandm...

The Voice Review

The Voice Review

Jessica Pinkston, Freshman Writer

November 25, 2013

  The Voice, a singing show that is voted #1 on NBC, has been around for five seasons. This show is unique from all other singing shows like American Idol and X Factor. The judges are turned around in their chairs facing away from the contestant. All they have to choose from is the person’s voice...

The Way, Way Back

Marie Burns, Freshman Writer

November 20, 2013

From a summer full of action, blockbuster hits comes an indie dramedy that has a well-deserved place in my heart. Of course I had to wait to see it three months after it hit theaters because why would a theatre in Kokomo, Indiana, show a low-budget indie over a blockbuster of the summer? Anyway, The Wa...

The Heat Review

Kassi Hardy, Freshman Writer

November 17, 2013

Over this past weekend I watched the movie The Heat.  This has to be probably the funniest movie of the year, making me laugh hysterically the whole two hours! If you love comedies The Heat is a must see. Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock are the main characters. They have both played in some pretty...

The End Rewritten

Paige Lynn Crume

November 4, 2013

All hope is gone, The beast is unleashed. You’ll never again see The brightness of the sun, Now that the beast has been set free.   The fighting has begun, Blood covers the snow. Say goodbye to the sun, Welcome to our final show, And remember… All hope is gone.   Walking...

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