• May 7Green and Gold Day at MSHS on May 15th from 8:30 am- 3:00 pm.
  • May 7Senior Breakfast at MSHS on May 15th from 7-8 pm.
  • May 7Dance Recital at MSES on May 7 from 7-8 pm.
  • May 1Senior's Last Day on May 10th!!

Wish Upon A Star: MSHS Completes Their Wish Week

Wish Upon A Star: MSHS Completes Their Wish Week

Sophia McKeown, Warhorse Editor-In-Chief

March 15, 2019

On Monday, March 4th, a long-awaited snow day kicked off Wish Week at MSHS and created a level of excitement among Mustangs that lasted all week long. Wish Week is an annual event held by Student Council in partnership with Make-A-Wish Foundation Colorado. This year, the Mustangs helped support a young k...

Craft Time

Craft Time

Adele Goodwin, Henry Ilyasova, and Remi Hayek, Junior Reporters

December 7, 2018

On November 17th, Manitou Springs hosted a Craft Fair that had 71 local vendors. Crafting is a hobby billions of people of people worldwide participate in every single day. Many people express this in different ways: some make bracelets and necklaces out of beads, others could make doors and tables out...

A Crash Course on Consequences

A Crash Course on Consequences

Paige and Parker Laurie, Junior Reporters

December 7, 2018

Driving Smart is always a good choice, but what could the consequences of bad driving really be? Student Council answered that question during their DriveSmart week. Kicking off with a carnival on November 16, crash dummies, VR aids, and drunk goggles gave students a taste of what bad driving can be...

Student Council Collects Record Amount of Food for Food Drive

Student Council Collects Record Amount of Food for Food Drive

Cole Sienknecht, Guest Reporter

December 18, 2017

The majority of the student body at Manitou Springs High School loves to enjoy events such as dances, the Drive Smart carnival, and all of the assembly’s that go on throughout the year. But does the student body understand how all of these events come into place? The short answer is, no. STUCO is the...

Manitou Springs High School Clubs Focus on Collaboration

Manitou Springs High School Clubs Focus on Collaboration

Sita Ahlen, Yearbook Editor

August 20, 2017

Manitou Springs High School has an extremely involved student body who are actively participating in several different organizations. These range from student government organizations such as the Student Council, to more academically focused clubs like Math Warriors, to more stimulating clubs su...

Student Council Elections Shine a Light on Next School Year

Student Council Elections Shine a Light on Next School Year

Spencer Briggs-Hale, Reporter

May 12, 2017

In a time when elections seem to be in the center of everyone's mind, there was one that was especially close to home. Instead of an election for the future of the nation, this was an election for the future of the school. Manitou Springs High School's student body went to work deciding what sort of...

End of Year Brings Student Council Elections

End of Year Brings Student Council Elections

Sage Stevens, Student Council Correspondent

April 12, 2017

Student Council elections are quickly approaching as the year draws to a close. For the first time in over a decade, the position of Student Body President is unopposed. Amanda Nagel (12) is the only nominee for Student Body President. Nagel has been a member of Student Council for two and a half years,...

What You Need to Know about the Winter Dance

What You Need to Know about the Winter Dance

Kaylin Cole, Student Council Correspondent

February 15, 2017

Manitou Springs High School's Winter Dance is here once again and we are in the midst of spirit week! The theme of the dance this year is, "A Journey Through the Seasons." For spirit week, there are five different dress up days students are encouraged to participate in and each day is based off of...

School Rivalry Generates Food for Local Pantry

School Rivalry Generates Food for Local Pantry

Aubrey Hall, Photography Editor

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 occurs during the week preceding Manitou’s first football game against St. Mary’s, and concludes whe...

How a Game Show Can Save Lives

How a Game Show Can Save Lives

Talia Traxler, Reporter

December 7, 2016

On Monday November 28, Manitou Springs High School held an assembly for Drive Smart, an annual event put on by student council that helps save lives by informing teens about safe driving. The assembly wasn't, however, typical, as Think Smart Interactive took a new approach to inform students with...

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