Entries by Emily Huddleston

Dance Team Makes Way to Nursing Home

Most people see the dance team on the sidelines of basketball games, readying themselves for their performance at half-time. Very rarely do people witness the team’s kind hearts outside of all the school games, pep rallies, and their competitions. Tuesday night (January 23), the Jasper High School Dance Team took stage not on the gymnasium […]

Yearbook Holiday Sale

As we approach the holiday season, it’s always hard to find gifts. Yearbooks make great gifts that are sure to bring back memories from days long passed. That’s why every year, the “J” Yearbook staff sponsors a holiday yearbook sale. The 2018 holiday sale, which began on November 1st, allows students and their parents to […]

Gallery Brings Student Artists Together

Art, with its various interpretations, is a form of universal communication. That’s why senior Maggie Getzin has taken her love and passion for photography and reached out to other local student artists to put together a pop-up gallery above the Libby’s Gourmet Ice Cream shop located in downtown Jasper, this Friday and Saturday, December 1st […]

The Sapiens

Tuesday, November 14, 56 juniors and 7 seniors gathered in the auditorium to undergo the annual NHS induction ceremony. The NHS (National Honors Society) has been inducting Jasper High School students since its first ceremony on April 25,1952, when the Sapiens Chapter was established at the school. The first ceremony initiated 14 students. “Since then, […]

2016-2017 Yearbooks Are In!

“We enter high school with a blank slate. A plain, white canvas that we would get all to ourselves for the next four years. All of our canvases are different, but are tied together by one detail: the streak of black and gold.” It’s hard to put your school years into words. Especially your high school […]

Jazz (It’s A Big Deal)

It isn’t every year that the JHS Jazz Band makes the ISSMA State Finals, but there is always room for change. With only their second time making it to the finals, members ready to pave the way to the North Central High School with confidence.  Jazz qualified for the ISSMA State Jazz Finals by receiving one […]

Book Cellar

SAT and College Prep books. Biographies. Children’s books. Popular young adult authors. Shakespeare. Not often is there a book store that fits every book lover’s needs in Jasper, Indiana. But look no further than across the street from the Jasper Public Library for the Book Cellar. Open every third Saturday of a month from 9-1 […]

How Low Can You Go? (Winter Pep Rally)

Last Thursday, February 23, JHS hosted its annual winter pep rally. This years theme was “beach.” After a day filled with classes (fortunately they were cut short,) all the students crowded into the gymnasium to celebrate the winter sports and have some beach fun. The rally started off with the traditional school song played, by […]

Lumberjacks and Comebacks

Jasper Wildcats pulled through a tough fight at Friday’s (January 20) boys varsity basketball game. Following the much awaited for homecoming, where seniors Kyle Hollinden and Madison Weidenbenner were crowned king and queen, the crowd changed courses and focused on the night’s varsity game. With the Wildcats decked out in their lumberjack attire (the night’s […]

Sapiens Chapter LXVI

On the evening of Monday, January 9th, four seniors and 58 juniors gathered on the auditorium stage to be inducted into what is known as the National Honor Society (NHS). The National Honor Society is guided by four principles – scholarship, leadership, character, and service – all of which were read by the four senior officers […]