Kings' Courier

Senior Year

Senior Year

Cayl Garland, Senior Writer

January 20, 2020

  As my high school career is coming to an end, I am reminiscing on all of the memories I've made with my friends and family. My least favorite part of my senior year is letting go of all of the sports that I have played my whole life. Letting go of something I love so much brings me hardship...

A new type of pet

A new type of pet

Tianna Casner, Freshman Writer

December 13, 2019

Upon hearing the word ‘chicken,’ the first thing I think of is a farm. This is common for many others; however, farms are not the only places chickens can be found. Chickens weren’t originally domesticated, rather found outside in the wild. People first domesticated chickens around 7000 BC in Chin...

Swimming: Not the Recreational Kind

Swimming: Not the Recreational Kind

Clara Licklider, Sophomore Writer

December 6, 2019

As I dive into the polar ice cold pool, I let the water consume my thoughts. All the stress I had from standing on the swimmer’s block dissipated; however, now I had a more troubling feeling. As I raced through the water, my heart was pounding and my lungs were aching for a gulp of air. I was nearin...

Showing Love to People Who Need It

Showing Love to People Who Need It

Cana Jones, Sophomore Writer

December 1, 2019

If you read my previous article, you know that I traveled to the Dominican Republic recently. I go to the Dominican with an organization called Score International. Every day the men go to different cities and do a baseball clinic for the Dominican kids, and then they share the gospel with them. The...

One Last Ride

One Last Ride

Cayl Garland, Senior Writer

November 21, 2019

Last Friday the kings played in the Regional Championship game at Andrean Highschool. Unfortunately, the result did not fall in our favor. It was a hard fought game, and we didn’t roll over. The worst part about losing the game is that it was the last time I would ever put on the shoulder pads, helme...

Preparing to Leave

Preparing to Leave

Cana Jones, Sophomore Writer

November 18, 2019

For those who do not know, I am leaving for the Domincan Republic this Saturday, November 9th. By the time this article is published, I will already be back from my trip. I am extremely anxious and excited, but I still have so much to do. With packing, getting my assignments, collecting money, getting passp...

Take a Look into Flawless!

Take a Look into Flawless!

McKayla Thompson, Senior Writer

November 12, 2019

Ninety teenage girls walk in the doors as strangers with no idea what is about to take place. All with different stories, different situations, and different problems within their lives. Welcome to Flawless.  Flawless is an event that mentors young teenagers to help them begin or grow in their walk ...

My first break as a Senior

My first break as a Senior

Caleb Johnson, Senior Writer

November 4, 2019

My senior year fall break fell short of my expectations. I imagined a short, bittersweet vacation that calmed my nerves. On the contrary, my imagination proved to be just that. I ended up working at my new job and sleeping a lot more than I should. At the end of the week, I felt relieved and dismayed. I...

A Realistic Sweet Sixteen

A Realistic Sweet Sixteen

Hannah Plauschin, Sophomore Writer

November 4, 2019

On October 11th, I turned sixteen. I was beyond excited and could not believe I became this iconic number of years old. Like any girl, I have watched all the movies, like Sixteen Wishes and Sixteen Candles, of those teenage girls turning sixteen and their lives finally being perfect. These gorgeous girls ...

Fun to be Drug Free

Fun to be Drug Free

Bella Panmei, Junior Writer

November 4, 2019

This week the SADD officers and class representatives went over to the elementary to talk about red ribbon week and the effects drugs have on everyone's lives. SADD stands for Students Against Destructive Decisions. Hannah Young is President and Mckayla Thompson is Vice President so they led two diffe...

On the Road to Recovery

On the Road to Recovery

McKayla Thompson, Senior writer

October 28, 2019

      3 a.m the alarm starts to screech so with my eyes squinted like a cat, I threw on some clothes and loaded into the van. Before I knew it, we rolled into the Carmel Surgery Center. That day, October 11th, I had to get my tonsils removed. My procedure was supposed to take place at 6 a.m but rath...

Two Furry New Members of the Family

Two Furry New Members of the Family

Hannah Plauschin, Sophomore Writer

October 8, 2019

I have always loved pets, especially dogs and cats. Dogs and cats provide one with a cuddle buddy, a good listener, and a friend. I have a dog named Zoe that I love dearly. She is super fluffy and loves to be pet. I have always leaned more towards dogs than cats until recently. About a month ago, I ...

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