Author: Skylar Yoder

Faith Features: Watchman Nee

Many students at Bethany are familiar with the mennonite faith, and in our bible classes Dale teaches us all about different religious figures in the mennonite church. I’ve learned a lot about these different people in my time at Bethany,…

That’s Life 2017/2018

Welcome to That’s Life for the 2017/2018 school year! That’s life is a fun post that shares funny quotes from your classmates and teachers. If you have submissions of your own, feel free to submit to the That’s Life box…

Fitness at Fidler

In September of each school year, Bethany high school takes an afternoon to go to Fidler Pond and spend time outdoors. Some sports teams utilize this time to get practice in, and students not involved in athletics enjoy the afternoon…

Hurricane Harvey Relief Drive

Hurricane Harvey was a category 4 hurricane that hit the Texas Gulf Coast on August 25th, 2017. Once it made landfall, it moved along Texas  from August 26th-30th, leaving catastrophic flooding throughout Southeastern Texas. The storm killed at least 70…

New Student Profiles:

Meg Heinisch: (No Photo) Meg is coming into Bethany this year as a junior.. She attended Wawasee previously, and has noted that Bethany is much different than her old school. She says that it is much smaller, and that students…

Looking Forward to Senior Year

With school ending this Friday, many juniors at Bethany are looking forward to their senior year. We only have one year of high school left, and then we graduate and get to move on to do different things and experience…

Prom 2017: Just Plain Fancy

Each year, many upperclassmen look forward to their junior and senior prom. At Bethany, the junior class has a prom committee that plans the event. and The night is for the seniors, and having fun. I was on the prom…

MSC Choral Festival Recap

Each year, students at Bethany involved in Concert Choir look forward to the annual MSC Choral Festival. The festival involves six different choirs from various Mennonite high schools across the United States and Canada. Each choir performs their own solo…

Teachers With Outside Jobs (TWOJ)- Calvin Swartzendruber

Many students assume that their teachers at school have one occupation. They believe that teachers only jobs are at school, and that they’re lives revolve around their work. Students  tend to not realize that many teachers have jobs or hobbies…

The Top Five Worst Spring Break Destinations

Every year, thousands of Americans spend their spring breaks on warm sunny beaches. This is an especially common practice in states further north, since often times we are stuck with nasty weather and ice all the way into the month…