Girls Basketball Breezes Over Buena Vista

Girls Basketball Breezes Over Buena Vista
February 14, 2017

The Manitou Mustangs girls basketball team swept the Buena Vista Demons away on Saturday, February 11 at a home conference game. Manitou beat Buena Vista by nearly 50 points. The Mustangs were expecting...

M-Term Classes Offered in Many Subjects

M-Term Classes Offered in Many Subjects
February 8, 2017

Coming up soon is M-Term, a day where students get to choose what to learn. There are new M-Terms being offered, such as Skiing. At this point, M-Terms, new and old, deserve to be highlighted. Programing,...

Manitou Students Make Voices Heard at State-Wide Women’s Marches

Kaitlyn Davidson (11, left), Parker Hall (9, middle) and Sage Stevens (11) march through downtown Colorado Springs.
January 24, 2017

On January 21, 2017, the day after the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump, millions of people across the US participated in protest “Women’s Marches.” Several students from Manitou Springs...

Manitou Wrestling Loses Momentum in Meet Against Palmer

Caleb Edwards (10) receives a forfeit along with several other Manitou components. This is Edwards' first year wrestling for Manitou.
January 19, 2017

The wrestling team went against Palmer on Tuesday, January 17. Palmer won by 6 points due to having the majority of their participants forfeit, since Manitou had no competitors for their specific...

School Rivalry Generates Food for Local Pantry

(from left to right) Sage Stevens (11), Andrea Edwards (12), Amelia Mackenzie (12), and Kaitlyn Davidson (11) laugh after having been pied in the face by SMHS council members. Stevens and Davidson were filling in for the executive board members and other seniors who were unable to make it to the game.
December 15, 2016

Every year, student council representatives from Manitou and St. Mary’s High Schools team up to channel the rivalry between them into raising food for their communities. Traditionally, this food drive...

Sophomore Creates Literary Magazine for MSHS Students

Sophomore Creates Literary Magazine for MSHS Students
December 12, 2016

Kaitlyn Cashdollar (10) recently created the Manitou Muse, a literary magazine that aims to showcase Manitou students' artistic works, showcasing her future aspirations as a book editor. Cashdollar...

New Tech Theatre Class to be Offered Second Semester

New Tech Theatre Class to be Offered Second Semester
December 9, 2016

Wendy Harms is starting a Tech Theatre class next semester. It will take place during fourth block. Overall, the class will teach the basics of putting on a performance, and students will learn to appreciate...

Emily Dolloff-Holt signs with the University of New Hampshire

Dolloff-Holt officially signed with the University of New Hampshire. Many of her friends and family showed up for the event, including the entirety of the National Honors Society, a club that Dolloff-Holt is Vice President of. Her coach, Roy Chaney, and the Athletic/Activity Director, John McGee, joined her at the table when she signed.
November 18, 2016

Emily Dolloff-Holt (12) officially signed with The University of New Hampshire (UNH) on Monday, Nov. 14. Many of Dolloff-Holt's friends and family went to the signing, which was during lunch. Both Dolloff-Holt...

Latvia: Culture, Tradition, and Environmental Awareness

Valerija Barkanova (12) poses for a photo in Latvia. The vegetation shown, in an urban area, is testimony to the ecological focus of Latvia.
November 16, 2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bajdxZ8uAxc&feature=youtu.be This year sees the continuation of MSHS's tradition of sharing cultures from around the world on one very special night: World Language...

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