As WHS prepares for Winter Royalty, we throwback to the 2006 Winter Royalty week from "School of Rock," the 2006 Charger yearbook. King and queen were Molly Schuckman and Jim Vopata.
As NHS prepares to host a winter formal, we go back nearly 40 years to look at the Morp dance from "Changes," the 1978 yearbook. Morp, which is "prom" spelled backwards, subverted traditional gender rules by requiring girls to ask out dates and take the boys to dinner.
For a lot of students, part of the high school experience is working hard for a few extra dollars. The 1998 Charger Yearbook, "Sign of the Times," featured several student jobs.
The basketball page in "Welcome to the Jungle," the 1991 Charger yearbook, features two legendary coaches reaching milestones. Girls coach Brenda Holaday reached 100 career wins, while boys coach Steve Murray hit 200. (Current coaches Trevor Keller and Christian Ulsaker are at 2 and 1, respectively, but you can check back in a few years).... Continue Reading →
This week’s Throwback Thursday issue highlights two academic pages from the 1995 WHS yearbook. Each page shows different activities that occurred in each class throughout the year. On the mathematics page, students are working on assignments with the help of their teacher Julie Schnieder. Students get a break from sitting and homework to lift weights... Continue Reading →
"Horizons," the 1980 Charger yearbook, highlighted new clubs at Wabaunsee High School. Featured here are Music Club, Science Club and Charger Club. The 1980 yearbook was edited by Cindy Maike and advised by Jackie Garibay.
Students in 1997 performed a murder mystery for the school play. The yearbook, "Painting the Year," was edited by Sylvia Lira and Haley Theel. Catch this year's fall play "Crumpled Classics," December 7 at 7 p.m. in the WHS auditorium.
This week's Throwback Thursday features a fashion page from the 1987 WHS yearbook: Just a Memory Away. If you want to know more about Wabaunsee County fashion in 1987, talk to Principal Jan Hutley or parent Jared Schultz — both were WHS sophomores at the time.