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McHenry High School's student-written and -edited newspaper

The McHenry Messenger

McHenry High School's student-written and -edited newspaper

The McHenry Messenger

MCHS prepares for the Madrigal Dinner | Warrior Weekly 11.22.22

Lex Bach, Neo Fritz, and Rachel Blucher November 28, 2022

Madrigal auditions have passed and we look back to how it went. With the auditions, the cast has been selected and practice has begun. Madrigals is not a musical or a play but an improvised semi-scripted...

Starting off strong | Warrior Weekly 11.22.22

Alyssa Thomas, Maggie Maciaszek, and Ellie Maciaszek November 28, 2022

On Tuesday November 15, the Chess Team represented MCHS at Huntley High School for their first tournament of the year. Members of the McHenry Chess Warriors competed in two intense matches against Huntley...

Tri-M wins IL Chapter of the Year | Warrior Weekly 11.15.22

Leylah Moreno, Kiara Kearns, Ary Juarez, and Keith Pierce November 21, 2022

MCHS’s Tri-M performers were honored to be recognized as Illinois’s 2021 to 2022 Chapter of the Year winners in the North Central Division. While the title adds a reputation to uphold, the group focuses...

MCHS psychologists make school a more positive place | Warrior Weekly 11.15.22

Dennis Turcan, Rachel Disalvo, and Travis Cokinos November 21, 2022

Resources for student’s well-being are not hard to find at MCHS. Phycologists (an example of resources) give students the opportunity to have someone to talk to. To get to know some of our psychologists,...

APLAC hosts annual Presidential Debate | Warrior Weekly 11.15.22

Makenna Harvey, Madison Harvey, and Julianna Ries November 21, 2022

On Wednesday, November 9th, AP Language and Composition students gathered in the Warrior Room to elect an AP President. The three candidates, Jacob Jensen, Chase Kaplan, and Maya Gill, campaigned against...

Storlie brings students closer to manufacturing | Warrior Weekly 11.15.22

Every Thursday students gather in the Metals and Manufacturing Lab to attend the Manufacturing and Engineering Club. In this club students work to combine both manufacturing and engineering skills and...

MCHS celebrates Veteran’s Day | Warrior Weekly 11.15.22

Mathew Koleno, Ethan Bailey, and Cole Amelse November 21, 2022

Students had the opportunity to learn from Veterans and Active Duty soldiers of different types in the Upper Campus auditorium this past November 11th.  The Veterans Day Seminar, coordinated by Mr...

Sitting down at Tri-M’s Coffeehouse | Warrior Weekly 11.15.22

Cooper Ten Bruin, Jasmine Carballo, and Madison Donovan November 17, 2022

Tri-M’s Coffeehouse gives any MCHS student the opportunity to strut their stuff in front of their peers. They can perform any act they would like to, whether it be a slam poem, an original song, or a...

McHenry staple keeps things sweet | from Warrior Weekly 11.1.22

Ary Juarez, Leylah Moreno, Keith Pierce, and Kiara Kearns November 11, 2022

What started out as two childhood best friends with a dream has flourished into a charming baking business. Sweet Peas Emporium’s nostalgic feel gives their customers a blast from the past while captivating...

Cars Playing Dress Up | Warrior Weekly 11.9.22

Rayaan Ahmed, Kyra Henry, Apryl Hanneman, and Mikey Grenda November 10, 2022

Last Saturday, WSM attended the VFW’s second annual Trunk-Or-Treat event. Families from all across the community came together to celebrate Halloween McHenry Style. “Trunk or Treat is the community...

Fall Play returns to Freshman Campus | Warrior Weekly 11.1.22

Madison Harvey, Makenna Harvey, and Julianna Ries November 4, 2022

Every year, MCHS Students and Staff come together to create a Fall Play for the community to enjoy. This fall, they'll be performing the Merry Wives of Windsor, a play from Shakespearean times that they've...

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