As everyone knows, Covid completely took over SCHS’s 2020-2021 school year. The class exit times were changed, hallways were less crowded, and everyone’s favorite school events were taken away. Last year, we were not even allowed to have normal pep-rallyies. I asked some students how these many changes affected them. This is what they said. … Continue reading Coming back to school, Covid-free!!
After a year of COVID, I think that everyone is ready for some fun in the sun!! A summer full of adventures that most of us were not able to experience last year due to the Corona Virus. I reached out to a handful of SCHS students, to see what their plans were for … Continue reading What are SCHS students doing this summer??
This year's 2021 Prom was themed “An Enchanted Evening”. When you walked in you would see the “Enchanted Garden”, which was a beautiful grass garden, with loads of greenery and flowers. Secondly, you would see the “Enchanted Ballroom”. This room was filled with a silver ballroom, silver flooring with great music. Lastly, you see the … Continue reading Prom 2021
New data released Thursday by the U.S. Census shows that more than 1 in 4 high school students age 16 and older work. That's more than 3 million workers nationwide. Working in school can cause an enormous amount of stress. Having a job in high school is very helpful for experience in the real life; … Continue reading Thoughts on Having a Job in High School
Being a full-time student in the middle of a global pandemic can be very difficult, but spotlight student Cayleigh Ashford-Smith does it with utter grace. Cayleigh is an active member in our school community and has a part time job. She does all of this while maintaining good grades and taking honors and dual-enrollment classes. We interviewed Cayleigh about her life as a student here at SCHS, and this is how … Continue reading Student Spotlight – Cayleigh Ashford-Smith
Teaching can be one of the best, and hardest, jobs that there is. I believe everyone has had a teacher that has greatly impacted their lives and changed how they see the world. Before having Mrs. Wilson, I believed that history was an interesting class that I had to take in order to graduate. After … Continue reading Good questions you have all wanted to ask your History teacher!
The COVID-19 pandemic has globally affected everyone in different ways. Many have lost family members, gotten sick themselves, lost their jobs and so much more. One thing most people push to the side is the way it affects students in high school. Our superintendent has tried his best to keep us in school, but with … Continue reading Cheerleading During a Pandemic
Highschool is always a big struggle for everyone, but senior Madelyn Harris takes it on head first and is always achieving beyond expected goals. Madelyn is an active member of Key club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and an SCHS Varsity Cheerleader while also being the Secretary and Vice president of HOSA. Along with her other … Continue reading An Interview with Madelyn Harris:
Thanksgiving is a day where everyone gets together with their friends and family and celebrates all the things we are thankful for. This may include health, happiness and all things good that the year has brought to us. One of the prime aspects that Thanksgiving has, however, is that everyone eats food all day long. … Continue reading Are you ready for Thanksgiving dinner?
One of the most fun times of the school year at Shelbyville Central High school is football Homecoming; everyone gets to dress up each day following the Homecoming theme. This year, Homecoming occurred around Halloween, so what better than a Haunted Homecoming?? This year's theme consisted of anything Halloween, making Homecoming here at SCHS one … Continue reading Central Get’s Spooky