Ephrata High School’s Student Media




Jaxon Elliott, senior, celebrates with his classmates following the 2024 Senior Awards.

Seniors Awarded by School

Staff Sources May 14, 2024

Ephrata High School recently honored its top senior students during the annual Senior Awards ceremony held on Monday, May 13th in the main gymnasium. The event, which took place during 3rd period, gathered...

Heres the Deal: Yearbooks are in!

Here’s the Deal: Yearbooks are in!

June 4, 2022

  You heard it right.  This year's yearbooks have arrived.  The staff was hard at work distributing books this week during grade-level advisory classes.  The theme this year was "Here's...



Samantha MacNeil, Copy Editor May 4, 2022

  The first week of May is national teacher appreciation week. The month of May is also mental health awareness month. There is a lot of talk about students' mental health these days, but what...

I Kissed A Pig

April 28, 2022

FFA officers present a check for $325.30 to the Jayda Harmon Cancer Fund as a culmination of its "Kiss a Pig" fundraiser. Jayda Harmon was an Ephrata High School student who passed away in 2017...

Student PSA Focuses on Suicide Prevention

March 14, 2022

There are approximately 130 suicides per day.  Senior Alejandro Ramirez, a contributing reporter for TigerVision, produced the following public service announcement to draw attention to the increased...

Social Media: Good or Bad?

Social Media: Good or Bad?

Kaylee Stump, Social Media Manager February 27, 2022

Social media has affected students' lives in both positive and negative ways. It is a way to communicate with friends, family, and peers. But social media has also created a lot of negative things in everyday...

Dangling their feet off the couch in the early years of their journey through foster care with Angela MacNeil are (left to right): Marissa, Samantha (Angelas daughter) and Cynthia.

Fostering Hope

Samantha MacNeil, Copy Editor February 4, 2022

Foster care is defined as a system in which a minor is placed into the home of a state-certified caregiver, usually arranged through the government or a social service agency. Of course, the relationship...

Uproar Ushers in New Era

Uproar Ushers in New Era

J. Ryan Shannon February 2, 2022

In December, TigerVision broadcast students launched a new student-produced show that they dubbed Uproar.  Uproar brings together news, variety, sports, and more, packaging it together and distributing...

Health Check

Health Check

Emma Buchmann, Health Reporter January 21, 2022

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle when it comes to food choices can be tricky in today’s modern world. Processed or packaged foods can be easily accessed right at our fingertips, making it tempting to...

Good Luck With That

Good Luck With That

Samantha Moore, Managing Editor January 21, 2022

Some sports superstitions are stranger than others. Players and fans both have their own ways of voiding bad luck. For example, Olympic soccer player, Alex Morgan, has worn a pink headband for all her...

PAC Remodel Spending Update

PAC Remodel Spending Update

Chase Addink, Staff Reporter January 20, 2022

Reporter Chase Addink sits down with Principal Cummings for a quick update on the current status of the PAC remodel project.



Liam Bedford, Staff Reporter November 17, 2021

Liam Bedford, a senior at EHS, takes a look inside a few of our academic clubs here at Ephrata High School. (Note: We apologize for some of the video glitches within the segment.  However, the content...

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