Pump up the volume

By Brynna Hollins

December 2, 2014

Filed under Student Life

The Mustang Sound pep band began its first practice of the season Monday, Nov. 10. This year, the Iola High pep band is bringing out all the stops by slightly cutting down the size of band, adding a new sound system and new... Read more »

New class brings digital newscast

By Valaree Burtnett

November 21, 2014

Filed under Student Life

Iola High School has a new class in the fine arts department, thanks to the Safe and Supportive Schools (S3) grant. Students are now able to take a new Video Production class with Doug Kerr. In the course, they learn the skills... Read more »

Got Coffee?

By Jessica Oakley

November 19, 2014

Filed under Student Life

You may have noticed more traffic in the library. This is due to The Corral opening up in the mornings from 7:30 to 7:50 to offer coffee, cider, tea and hot chocolate. The Corral is in the back of the library in a small room... Read more »

Iola Students Perform Well at SEK District Auditions

By Anna Thyer

November 17, 2014

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At Iola High School, district music is becoming more and more inspiring. To some, music is just as important as sports and is an avenue for personal and group accomplishment. Music classes aren’t as easy as they might seem,... Read more »

Marching into a new season

Marching into a new season

September 12, 2014

IHS students earn honors at annual ICC event

April 1, 2014

Filed under Student Life

Twenty-five Iola High students traveled to Independence on March 4 to put their talents to the test alongside students from 16 other area schools at the 43rd annual Independence Community College Competition Day. There were 58... Read more »