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  • January 6Happy 2017!!!

  • February 1Our Hearts and Prayers are With Mrs. Marek!

  • Big Win

    Big Win

    January 23, 2017

    Senior Michael Bamberg won the very competitive and highly prestigious NORDAN Young Artist Award from Texas Christian University, awarded to incoming freshmen of superior musical talent.  This will provide Bamberg a full tuition scholarship for four years.

  • Life Lessons of Football

    Life Lessons of Football

    Kirsten Zachry, Celeste Zachry, Editor-In-Chief

    January 6, 2017

    “The game of football is about much more than just being a game. It is a brotherhood and it is also about living life lessons. - Coach Chris Connaughton READ MORE »»

    Celeste Zachry

  • Navy Birthday Ball

    Navy Birthday Ball

    Kirsten Zachry, Celeste Zachry, Editor-In-Chief

    October 14, 2016

    “While we slept last night, the US military was up all night long to keep us safe,” READ MORE »»

    Pairs of siblings created the Sword Detail.

  • Owls Show American Pride

    Owls Show American Pride

    September 2, 2016

    Students and Faculty showed off their love and pride of the USA for this year's first pep rally.  It was very refreshing to see this show of patriotism as well as an ode to the great success of The United States at the summer Olympics.

    JHS students have American pride.

    Britton Zachry

  • Never too late

    Never too late

    Mrs. Zachry, Adviser

    August 15, 2016

    With the class of 2016 headed off to the dorms, it is not too late for scholarships.  Today, Andrew Marko received a $40k scholarship presented by Representative DeWayne Burns in front of the JHS faculty and many members of the JISD administration. Marko is a very deserving young man who will do...

    Andrew Marko, 2016 graduate, receives $40k scholarship from Representative DeWayne Burns.

    C. Zachry

Prom 2017

Prom 2017

Olivia Allen, Staff Writer

Ready for prom? Scheduling nail appointments, picking out tuxedos and ball gowns, finding the best hairdressers in the town, and don't forget the promposals. Joshua will have their annual prom in May. There's been a lot of...

February 22No Comments

Navy Birthday Ball

Navy Birthday Ball

Kirsten Zachry, Celeste Zachry, Editor-In-Chief

“While we slept last night, the US military was up all night long to keep us safe,”

October 141 Comment

Texting, Driving

Jaden Keith, Staff Writer

Texting is everywhere. It’s in classrooms and hallways, in movie theaters and parks; texting takes place even while having face-to-face conversations. Some people take it a step further and endanger all the lives around ...

September 281 Comment

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Sports

Row That Boat

Olivia Allen, Staff Writer

This past season has proven to be both fruitful and successful for women's soccer. They have reeled in multiple wins and continue to amaze each game. Since the beginning of the season, the girls have put in the work on t...

March 10No Comments

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Features

On Road To Success

On Road To Success

Olivia Allen, Staff Writer

Junior Tyler Roye received probably one of the most important awards of his pre-college life on Oct. 17. He was the only recipient of the Excellence award from the National Academy of Future Scientists ...

November 8No Comments

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  • Teachers Share Most Cringe-Worthy Dating Expriences

    With Valentine's Day quickly approaching, shops and social media are flooded with flowers, chocolates, and dates. Some dates are better than others, w...

  • Love is in the Air

    As the month of love is coming to an end, these teacher couples continue to celebrate their admiration for each other inside and outside of school. ...

  • 10 Things to be Thankful for Over the Holidays

    There are many things to be thankful for during the holiday season. It's a time of eating good food, spending time with family and friends, and being ...

  • Owls are excited for Thanksgiving break

    With Thanksgiving break just around the corner, the halls are buzzing with excitement with talk about everyone's plans for the week-long break. "I'...

  • Donating For Cause

    Students give blood for a number of reasons including to get a free T-shirt or to get out of class. Some students donate for the pure thrill of saving...

  • Old Owls Fly Their Own Paths

    Their eyes are mesmerized by the blue caps that fill the sky. Four years worth of memories flash through their minds in what seems like the blink of a...

  • Saying Goodbye to American Dreams

    Seniors aren't the only ones who leave at the end of the year; foreign exchange students from all over the world are beginning to count down the d...

  • A Formal Visit

    Instead of the usual note taking and daily lecture on Thursday, April 9, government/economics teacher Karen Yancy invited U.S. Congressman Roger Willi...

  • Art for Thought

    For seven years now, JHS has hosted a “Gallery Night.” Gallery Night allows students and staff to showcase their art for others to see. When Galle...

  • YERDS

    YERDS

The student news site of Joshua High School in Joshua, Texas
The student news site of Joshua High School in Joshua, Texas