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The McHenry Messenger

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

The McHenry Messenger

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

The McHenry Messenger

The Class of 2023 throws their caps at the end of the graduation ceremony at McCracken Field on May 20 — the first combined graduation held on the newly-renovated football field.

Defining the Class of 2023

Gabe Santos, Arts and Entertainment Editor May 23, 2023

The class of 2023 has been described as the “torch bearers.” The class that carried every group, every club, and every sport through the pandemic. This final year has been their only normal, uninhibited...

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...

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...

Students handed out brochures and pamphlets during the Upper Campus Activities Fair during lunch on Sep. 21. Two new clubs are piloting this year, and several have been promoted from pilot to extracurricular.

MCHS introduces new extracurriculars

Lydia Lawrence, Staff Writer September 22, 2022

This school year, MCHS added two pilot extracurricular activities for students, including Black Student Union and Warrior Wellness, both clubs that help with inclusivity and benefit self-esteem. Molara...

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