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Kaitlyn Dunlap dissecting a mink.

Spring Has Sprung

Sheridan Allen, Reporter/ Photographer March 9, 2020

It’s been a hectic last couple of weeks with many sports and academic events in full swing. Here are some pictures highlighting that.

It’s the start of the end. As many senior lineup alphabetically, the Parra twins lined up to walk out together.

Senior Night in photos

Sheridan Allen, Reporter/Photographer October 9, 2019

After the event on August 3, 2019 in El Paso Texas, The PALS teacher, Marina King, had her students work on postcards to send to the survivors.

First Week in Photos

Sheridan Allen, Reporter/Photographer August 28, 2019

Battle of the Arts 1 : Fine vs Applied

Battle of the Arts 1 : Fine vs Applied

Art : The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination.
Jacob H. Wooten, Reporter, Website Manager January 27, 2017

Everywhere you look, there is art. The difference between visually hidden and apparent ideas within art drive two conflicting methods of application and expression by interpretation of onlookers. Battle...

Before the Veterans Day Ceremony, Sergeant Miller jokes around with senior Alex Zeizinger.

JROTC Honors Veterans

November 18, 2015

A zombie clown sports a bloodied sledge hammer wrapped in barbed wire.

Zombie Crawl Proves Frightful

Justin Houts, Photographer November 3, 2015

Senior Nick Kulbeth gives Brock Dowling a hug after his game winning field goal scored the last 3 seconds of the game.

Rider/Old High

Amy Nguyen, Photographer October 13, 2015

Freshman Brylee-Grubb-Erwin is excited to sign in to the student council meeting and learn about special olympics.

Week of Sept. 21-25 By Shelby Davis

Shelby Davis, Photographer October 2, 2015

Juniors Karla Gonzalez and Karla Alvarodo

Prom Enchants

Tamarion Davis, Photographer April 29, 2015

Lance Raub and Landon Raub run track.

Football Starts Spring Training

Justin Hasty, Photographer April 16, 2015

 Feeling frustrated and confused Caesar (senior, Cameron Sonsini) “puts his foot down” denying Cimber's (sophomore Celia Horwitz, not shown in this picture) repeal to free her brother from banishment. Caesar feels frustrated and confused because of all the conspirators begging him to grant Cimber’s wish. In addition, theatre is sometimes over-looked and under appreciated from time to time and can be “very hectic from a day-to-day basis  and there is the occasional argument.” Cameron said. “Not many people even know we advanced to the state competition last year in UIL and we work 16 hours a week not including class time- but at the end of the day, they are still my family.”

Theater Presents Post-Apocalyptic Caesar

Jaycee Walden, Photographer February 16, 2015

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