Kings' Courier

Curious In California

Curious In California

Kelsey Wise, Junior Writer

November 10, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Curiosity is something that pulls at someone’s brain sitting in the back of the person’s mind waiting to be fulfilled. As for me, my curiosity is unbelievably difficult to bottle up. I had never thought I could be so curious, I am the type of person to lay back, but now that I have really paid att...

Halloween Adventures

Carl Jay, Sophomore Writer

November 7, 2017


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Do you have older siblings? I sure do, in fact, I have four older siblings! My sister Maddie lives in Noblesville just outside of Indianapolis. My older sister even has a eight year old son, Dominic. I also have a little brother, Ben, who is nine years old. These two boys are the perfect age to enjoy th...

Purdue Visit Fun

Carl Jay, Sophomore Writer

November 1, 2017


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One of the annual field trips that Mrs. Birnell’s English 10 and Ms. Smith’s PCC classes participates in is the College Day. This fun-filled day has loads of new experiences every year, good and bad. This year we had a few mishaps; but, everything came together at the end of the day. This year both classes attended Purdue University which is located in nearby...

Indy Scream Park

Indy Scream Park

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

October 31, 2017


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The 2017 National FFA Convention was one for the books. Even though we had to wake up at 4:30 in the morning, walk city blocks in 40 degree weather, and take pointless surveys inside the center, I wouldn’t have it any other way. The real fun started after the convention. Instead of going to the ann...

Field Trips Advance Learning

Field Trips Advance Learning

Caleb Johnson, Sophomore Writer

October 27, 2017


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I honestly think that field trips can be used as one of the greatest learning tools in school. Field trips could be a visit to a local zoo for an animal science class, a government building for a history class, or a theatre for an English class. All of these examples include a way to interact with new lear...

A Season Coming To An End

A Season Coming To An End

Kelsey Wise, Junior Writer

October 27, 2017


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In the beginning of April, color guard had started. We started having our late practices to prepare ourselves for the season to come. With nine new girls on flag along with two vets, and only five rifles, we were working hard to learn the basics of what this coming up show would bring us. We were al...

Rink Side

Rink Side

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

October 23, 2017


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I have never considered myself either a hockey fan or a Notre Dame fan, but after my experience at Compton Family Ice Arena this past weekend, I may have to reevaluate my decisions. Not growing up watching hockey, I know little about it. When I think of hockey, all I think about is being cold and fights....

Stepping on to the IU field

Stepping on to the IU field

McKayla Thompson, Sophomore Writer

October 13, 2017


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        “Let's go IU.” This is unrealistic, yet it is all right in front of me. I am standing with the IU cheerleaders five hours before the IU game begins against Charleston Southern. How is this possible? UCA, Universal Cheer Association, hosted an event called Spirit Day. This allowed sever...

Fishing with an Arrow

Fishing with an Arrow

Gabe Eurit, Sophomore Writer

October 5, 2017


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Bowfishing is an interesting sport that started long ago. We do not know the exact date of when bowfishing first started, but we do know that many people enjoy it because of the challenges and thrill they can experience. This particular sport combines certain aspects of hunting, archery, and fishing s...

POP Strikes Again!

POP Strikes Again!

McKayla Thompson, Sophomore writer

October 2, 2017


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Tension rising quickly and stress begins to strangle us, this stress is like someone coming up to you and grabbing your shirt to throw you to the ground. You try to avoid it, but it just seems impossible. What is causing this stress? I think the words “project of passion” coming out of my teachers mouth...

Bad Case of the Mondays…Literally!

Bad Case of the Mondays…Literally!

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

September 22, 2017


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Mondays. The first main day to start off a week. The Monday morning slap in the face into a brand new week. Even though we have some good Mondays, we still dread about the thought of Monday. The reason why this day is terrible in perspectives is a main question everyone wonders. In fact, there are som...

Wise words from FCA

Wise words from FCA

McKayla Thompson, Sophomore writer

September 22, 2017


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During football season, Walton Christian hosts a breakfast called FCA. This stands for Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Several moms go behind the scenes and get up super early to make breakfast for all of the teams that attend. These breakfasts are delicious; we get pancakes, french toast, or bisc...

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