Girls’ Swim & Dive Hosts Last Home Meet for Seniors

Sydney Dolloff-Holt (12) becomes emotional while Bella Kuzbek (10) reminisces on some of the team's best memories during Senior Night.

Aliah Char and Alyssa Rash, Copy/Photo Editor and Junior Reporter

January 28, 2019

As the swim team’s season is coming to its end, the traditional Senior Night has also come and gone. This night is to represent all of the beloved seniors that are on the team and what they’ve done for their underclassmen. It’s also an opportunity for the seniors to thank their frie...

MSHS Swim & Dive Win Their First Home Meet

Aiden Coté (9), Audrey Spiecker (10) and Kaitlyn Cashdollar (12) compete for Manitou in the 200 IM. They placed first, second and third respectively.

Aliah Char, Photo/Copy Editor

December 7, 2018

The Manitou Springs High School Girls' Swim & Dive team crushed their first tri-meet of the season. The swimmers won eleven out of the twelve races against La Junta and Englewood on November 28th at the Manitou Pool. Sophia Cirko (10), Sydney Dolloff-Holt (12), Kaitlyn Cashdollar (12...

How to Deal with Different Political Views

Nearing the end of the 2017-18 school year, Kaitlyn Cashdollar (12) and peers helped organize the Walk Out for Student Lives. The Walk Out assisted in creating awareness for the consistent flow of school shootings. This is only one of many protests and marches that Cashdollar has participated in. She is often active in events that involve her political views.

Logan Spicer, Junior Reporter

December 5, 2018

Seeing loved ones during the holidays can be stressful. Often times, political discussions seem almost unavoidable these days. What should be a fun family gathering can turn into what feels like a war. For some, it can be a struggle to balance your own views, alongside others. Here are some of the best ways to ...

More Espresso Equals Less Depresso

More Espresso Equals Less Depresso

Adriana Lucero, Junior Reporter

November 16, 2018

Caffeine consumption has become a normal part of life for high school students. You wake up and immediately think to grab a cup of coffee or tea. During lunch time you might have a soda along with your meal. While studying, you might need an energy drink to keep you awake. Whether or not you’re awa...

Swim & Dive Preview: Captains and Coaches Set Goals for the Season

Delaney Sawyer (10) is the Dive Captain and one of the most experienced divers on the team. Her background with gymnastics helped her out tremendously when she started last year.

Aliah Char, Photography/Copy Editor

November 14, 2018

According to Roy Chaney– the MSHS Girls' Swim & Dive team’s Head Coach– the diversity of incoming talent, a strong dive team, and close-knit friendships contribute the perfect recipe for a triumphant season. “These girls seemed fired up and ready to learn, and that’s all a coach can rea...

Homecoming Away From Home

Homecoming Away From Home

Allie Robbins and Oda Tiller-Brattebø

October 2, 2018

Manitou Springs High School (MSHS) is hosting 10 exchange students from around the world for the 2018-19 school year. There are students from Spain, Norway, Germany, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia and the Czech Republic. Although, at MSHS, there is an annual celebration that most exchange students are ...

GSTA Kicks Off the Year With Ice Cream Social

While the purpose of the social was to connect with other community members of MSHS, Manitou students weren't the only ones to reach out. There were kids from Coronado, Rampart, and Doherty who attended in solidarity and made new friends at the social.

Oda Tiller-Bratteboe, Reporter

September 18, 2018

Friday, September 7th, the Gay Straight Trans Alliance (GSTA) 0f Manitou Springs High School organized and hosted an ice cream social at the Mustang Plaza. The goal of the social was to raise money, awareness and to collect clothing to donate to Inside Out: an organization which focuses on bringing a...

Student Leadership Shown Through School Walkout

Students Abby Pribilla (9) and Dominique Ortonword (11) stand holding signs with the faces of victims from the Florida school shooting. The leaders of the Walk-Out made signs for participants to hold up during the event, but many students made their own as well.

Amanda Nagel, Reporter

March 23, 2018

On Wednesday, March 14th at 10:00am, students all over the country stood up from their classes and walked out of school. This was the one month anniversary of the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that killed 17 students and educators. High schoolers across the country were hopi...

Annual Club Carnival Gets Students Involved

Kaitlyn Cashdollar (11), Aubrey Hall (12) and Jessica Moen (staff), inform people about the purpose and goal of the Gay Straight Transgender Alliance (GSTA). This year they are participating in events such as Urban Peak's Night Out to End Youth Homelessness and Day of Silence.

Anela Wright, Senior Reporter

September 8, 2017

Each year, Manitou Springs High School (MSHS) holds a club fair to encourage students to become a part of the school community. Students talk to each club to attain information, and in return they receive a ticket that can be cashed out for games, drinks and food. Over a dozen different clubs prese...

Announcements- May 19, 2017

Announcements- May 19, 2017

Kaitlyn Cashdollar, Senior Reporter

May 19, 2017

GOOD MORNING MANITOU SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR FRIDAY, MAY 19 Activity Announcements: All track athletes not going to state need to hand their uniforms in to Mr. Brown as soon as possible, but no later than today, May 19th. Please return your clean uniforms and attach a note with y...

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