Hanover High School has three student-produced publications, the school newspaper, The Broadside, The Hanover High School Yearbook and the literary magazine, The Pen of Iron.
This school newspaper has become a forum for in-school political editorials as well as reporting Hanover High School events. Students from all grades may participate to make this publication meaningful for the school community. The school paper was once named The Harpoon and editions from 1937-1943 will be available in our digital archives. Archives of the Broadside from 2008-present are also available online.
Hanover High School Yearbook
The Hanover High School Yearbook is the school’s yearbook. Directed by senior editors under the supervision of a faculty advisor, significant contributions are made by student staff members from all classes.
Pen of Iron
The school literary magazine, The Pen of Iron, is a sounding board for students. In it, they can publish art, essays, poetry, and short stories. It is managed and produced by students with the help of a staff advisor.