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,…

National Yearbook Week

October 2 through the 6 is National Yearbook Week. To celebrate, Jostens, the company that helps design, print, and sell yearbooks, is hosting a sweepstakes and a photo contest. Students who buy the 2018 edition of The “J,” currently on…

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…

Football Is No Joke

Friday nights in the fall are reserved for Varsity football games for most Jasper fans. Many of the students are equally as excited to cheer on the Cats no matter where they are. Just like a family has its traditions, Jasper has its own…

What came first, the chicken or the egg?

This past week Jasper High School ALS class hatched chicks to watch how it happens, and learn about how they grow. Several students had picked out a chick that they wanted and all watched them walk around and try to eat. Sydney Gehlhausen was…

Radical Student Radio (NHSRD)

Wednesday , April 26, is National High School Radio Day. The very own student run radio station 93.7 The Scratch operating out of Jasper High School, in Jasper, Indiana celebrated this joyous occasion. Seniors Geordon Terwiske (left)…

10 Day Film Challenge

This past month has been bated breath and anxiously awaited emails from the Radio and Tv classes of Mr. Elrod's. The students of his class had entered into the 10 Day Film Challange which required students to be separated off into groups of…

March Madness: The Rush for Blood Donation

Amidst the March Madness of college basketball, blood banks are also experiencing large demands. According to the Indiana Blood Center, the most common to the least common blood types are listed in decreasing order: O+ (38%), A+ (34%), B+ (9%),…

Indy's Fair Lady

Wednesday, April 26, JHS students and teachers S.J. Burns and Mrs. Luebbehusen traveled north to the city of Indianapolis to the Beef and Boards production theatre. Beef and Boards theatre offers dining and dessert prior to the presentation…

In Admiration of Lexi

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On Friday, April 28, Jasper High School celebrated the life of Alexa "Lexi" Layne Mattingly, 16, from Holland who passed away April 20th. Jasper High School wore plaid in remembrance of Lexi who was well liked among local schools. Mattingly…