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UIL Academics wins Sweepstakes at district meet
UIL Academics wins Sweepstakes at district meet
April 6, 2024

The UIL Academics teams competed in the district meet on Saturday in Bridge City and earned 1st place Sweepstakes with a score of 710 points. The second place school followed...

Seniors Elyse Martin and Sethnika Hancock recently became certified clinical medical assistants.
Seniors earn clinical medical assistant certification
Laura Hughes, Writer • March 18, 2024

Out of the 25 endorsement programs offered, in the Health Care Therapeutic program, students can become a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant. Seniors Elyse Martin and Sethnika...

The Bear Stage Players placed third at district competition and advanced to the bi-disrict round on March 23.
One Act Play advances to bi-district
Zoe Henning, Writer • March 15, 2024

The Bear Stage players have advanced to the bi-district One Act Play competition on March 23 after placing third overall at the district competition with their performance...

The journalism team placed second at the Sabine Pass Shark Meat on Saturday. Pictured from left to right are Gabrielle Moore, Annabelle Claybar, and Jaci Barfield.
UIL Academics takes third at 'Shark Meat'
March 5, 2024

The UIL Academics teams competed in the "Shark Meat" Invitational in Sabine Pass this past weekend. Despite missing several team members due to other conflicting competitions,...

Several art students submitted entries for the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo. Three of those students - Phoebe Turner, Madison McConnell, and Aylee Coleman, all received awards for their artwork.
Students place in art competition
Camille Kelly, Editor • March 1, 2024

Art students Phoebe Turner, Aylee Coleman and Madison McConnell all placed in the Houston Livestock Rodeo Art Competition for their artwork, which will be on display at the...

The band program was one of many who had a table at the endorsement fair on Monday, Feb. 5. The 8th graders from LCJH and MMS were able to visit each booth and find out more information about all of the different endorsements.
An inside look at endorsements
Rayna Christy, Editor • February 9, 2024

When a student begins their high school career, they are first led through the class registration process by their respective counselor. While this process does include the...

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Senioritis vs the fear of growing up
Senioritis vs the fear of growing up
Rayna Christy, Editor • April 19, 2024

As this school year nears that May 25 deadline, the excitement I began with has seemingly worn off. I used to believe senioritis was some sort of phenomenon made up to explain...

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Standardized tests can easily cause student burnout.
Testing tensions
Laura Hughes, Writer • April 10, 2024

TSI, SAT, ACT, PSAT, MAP, and STAAR. Do these many acronyms overwhelm you? Believe it or not, these state-testing programs tend to overwhelm the students too. Many high school...

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Many colleges are no longer requiring an SAT score for admittance.
Colleges should opt for test-optional admission
Camille Kelly, Editor • March 21, 2024

High school juniors and seniors across the US are debating whether they need to take, retake, or ignore entirely the SAT for college. Since many colleges chose to become test-optional...

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Sophomore Bailey Gorham gives her Big Sister Advice to the upcoming and current Freshmen.
Advice to the freshmen
Bailey Gorham, Writer • February 9, 2024

Coming into high school can be scary for everyone, especially freshmen. It can feel overwhelming having to plan all your high school classes and even to choose an endorsement...

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BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - JANUARY 28: Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates with Taylor Swift as she whispers in his ear after a 17-10 victory against the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship Game at M&T Bank Stadium on January 28, 2024 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
You Need to Calm Down
Zoe Henning, Writer • February 5, 2024

Taylor Swift is a woman who is extremely vocal about the sexism she has faced within the industry. The hate she has received has followed her all throughout her career with...

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Sept. 14th Pep Rally
Zoe Henning, Videographer • September 15, 2023

Sept. 8 Pep Rally
September 13, 2023

Students prepare for Disney trip
February 7, 2023

Glow Pep Rally
November 18, 2022

Pink Out Game vs. Splendora
November 1, 2022

Running past the competition
Track competes at district, girls win championship
JV boys track wins district meet
Powering through the competition
Soccer season kicks off
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Senior Norah LeBlanc has dreams of becoming a veterinarian one day.
Bear of the Week: Norah LeBlanc
Zoe Henning, Writer • April 9, 2024

Norah LeBlanc is a senior who is heavily engaged in many aspects of student life. She is involved in Interact, National Honor Society, UIL spelling,...

Sophomore Isaac Woods is part of the football and fishing teams.
Bear of the Week: Isaac Woods
Landen Ward, Writer • March 18, 2024

Sophomore Isaac Woods is involved in several extracurricular activities such as JV football, fishing, and powerlifting. Outside of school, he...

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