Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

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  • November 12Olivia Swalley '23 breaks state record for 200 IM
  • November 4Johnston Defeats Ankeny 23-13 in the 5A Football Quarterfinals
Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

The Black & White

Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

The Black & White

Instead of panicking over a lack of toilet paper in stores, try meditating or exercising to calm the mind.

Finding Our Humanity

Caroline Christensen, Content Manager March 28, 2020

Like most Generation Zers I mostly entertain myself with TikToks to distract myself from the  unprecedented pandemic that is gripping our world. One TikTok that was particularly informational was...

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Make America Vote Again

Caroline Christensen, Content Manager February 16, 2020
Voting will ensure a healthy democracy for years to come
Innovation members perform their show, Chicago. Choir member Morgan Dunn said, The show is super different than what weve done before. The change in style is probably what makes it so difficult for us, because its a huge adjustment.

Showzam

Caroline Christensen January 26, 2020
Show choirs from across Iowa competed over the weekend
Buzzers were used to answer questions.

Trivia Night Shenanigans

Caroline Christensen, Content Manager December 18, 2019

Trivia Night hosted by National Honor Society students took place Tuesday after school in the library from 3:00 to 4:00. Five trivia teams participated, including a team of teachers. Pizza and cookies...

Colleges give out thousands of dollars for good grades and ACT scores.

Grades Matter…but Chill Out Guys

Caroline Christensen, Content Manager December 18, 2019

There are two different types of high school students. The first is stressed out of their mind studying for exams, and stays up until one in the morning; crying into their textbooks. The other could not...

Karsten Theilen 20 practices signing Monday  in ASL club. Theilen is planning to medicine and become fluent in ASL to connect with deaf patients.

American Sign Language Club Meeting

Caroline Christensen September 10, 2019

Q&A with the ASL Club Q: When does the club meet? A: The first Monday of every month in room 401. There will be snacks!   Q: Do I have to know sign langage to be a member? A: No!...

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