Rebooting Recycling

Taylor Mitchell, Editor-in-Chief

November 7, 2017

Here and there, we see things about recycling and how to help save the planet. In high schools, these things are sometimes put on the back burner when stress and convenience are introduced to the mix. Gabriel Watson, an English teacher at Conifer, plans to change this.    “I got funding thro...

DECA Success at State

DECA poses in front of their logo.

Amber Hall, Guest Writer

May 9, 2017

Timber Gleeson: Racing to the Top

Timber Gleeson races down the track. His aspiration to become a racer required a lot of hard work and dedication.

Jasmine Anderson, Web Editor in Chief

April 27, 2017

Scholly Calling

A student searches Scholly for financial aid to assist her in college. Scholly was an app created to promote mounds on money waiting to be won towards a college education.

Skylar Matthews, Staff Artist

April 19, 2017

Are They Serious?

Are They Serious?

Ben Kellenaers, Staff Writer

April 10, 2017

In Colorado’s House of Representatives at this moment, a bill is being discussed which amends part of Colorado’s constitution concerning guns and concealed carry permits. The bill would make it legal for concealed carry permit holders to carry handguns into public schools. This is a t...

Parker Wilson: Ice Wheeler

Parker Wilson: Ice Wheeler

Taylor Mitchell, Staff Writer

March 1, 2017

Congratulations to Conifer DECA students

Conifer DECA students gathered at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs in late February to compete at the annual State Leadership Conference.  Conifer students were very successful, qualifying 19 students for international competition.

February 28, 2017

Congratulations to our Conifer HS DECA students who competed in State over the past 4 days.  We had an incredibly successful competition and our students were outstandingly considerate, professional and all around outstanding young people. The following students qualified in the top 5% of Colorado DECA...



Grace Link, Staff Writer

February 22, 2017

Upon my honor as a Conifer High School student, I have neither GIVEN nor RECEIVED unauthorized assistance.

Jacob Frye: Don’t Stop Believing

Jacob Frye: Don't Stop Believing

Riley Patton, Staff Writer

February 22, 2017

What is it like to have the skill to play at least nine instruments and counting? Freshman Jacob Frye knows the feeling first hand. Until he reached middle school, he was completely ignorant to the world of playing music, even though he loved listening to it. “I listened to what was on the radio, abse...

From Across the Sea to Conifer

Ana Silva is a new foreign exchange student from Brazil. In her time at Conifer, she has struggled with the language, but has made new friends.

Parker Jones, Staff Writer

February 15, 2017

Visiting a new place is always an experience, but for some students, every day is a new adventure. Foreign exchange students have been on a journey since they left their hometowns. After his brother made a similar journey to America, sophomore Bram Verheij decided to leave Germany and spend his sophomor...

Coffee vs. Tea

Both coffee and tea are popular drinks. At Conifer, most students prefer to drink tea. “I think it’s better for me to drink tea. I mostly drink coffee for the caffeine,” sophomore Coral Basinger said.

Sierra Bartt, Guest Writer

February 9, 2017

As anyone enters a cafe they must decide on a beverage and the question becomes, “What do I want to drink?” Approaching the counter still contemplating what to order, scanning the list of drinks, the customer opens their mouth to order. According to an informal poll of 105 students,  64.4% of them w...

Almost My First Rodeo

Sander just began his bull riding career. He was injured before his first competition.

Felix Randol, Features Editor and Staff Artist

February 1, 2017

Once Tanner had settled himself onto the back of the bull, the night took an unexpected turn.

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