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  • 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... READ MORE »»

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

    C. Zachry

  • Owls Leave Tracks on Home Grounds, Fly Away

    Owls Leave Tracks on Home Grounds, Fly Away

    Nicole Wester, Editor-in-Chief

    June 1, 2016

    From the instant kindergartners step their tiny feet into their first colorful, exciting classroom to the moment they feel their fingers grasp around their neatly wrapped, crispy diploma...every second counts. This was a significant realization for many seniors who strode in their cap and gowns down the ... READ MORE »»

  • Prom 2016

    Prom 2016

    May 17, 2016

  • Stay Down or Get Up

    Stay Down or Get Up

    Nicole Garrow, Staff Writer

    March 11, 2016

    Studies show that students who participate in extracurricular activities are more successful in their careers. Extracurricular activities teach students the value of teamwork, individual/group responsibility, and physical/mental strength. Senior Zoe Broadway has become the epitome of a hard worker b... READ MORE »»

  • Fighting for Fran

    Fighting for Fran

    Dalton Horton, Photographer

    February 1, 2016

    Teachers and students at JHS gather in prayer for Mrs. Marek on the day of her surgery.

    Dalton Horton

Technical Education

Daniel Bryant, Technical Adviser/ Staff Writer

Friday, September 9 marked the end of the first progress report grading period for students and as the students grow academically, the school recovers from the ransomware that plagued the servers for four consecutive school...  Read More »

September 26, 2016 • 0 comments

Never too late

Mrs. Zachry, Adviser

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...  Read More »

August 15, 2016 • 0 comments

Owls Leave Tracks on Home Grounds, Fly Away

Nicole Wester, Editor-in-Chief

From the instant kindergartners step their tiny feet into their first colorful, exciting classroom to the moment they feel their fingers grasp around their neatly wrapped, crispy diploma...every second counts. This w...  Read More »

June 1, 2016 • 0 comments

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Sports

State Track Champions

Jaye Freyer, staff writer

On May 12, two students competed in the State UIL track competition at UT in Austin, and returned home with winning titles to their names. Competing in the discus event, senior Zoe Broadway earned gold, while junior Soren...  Read More »

May 26, 2016 • 0 comments

  • Cheer Team Completes Season with Charitable Win May 2, 2016
  • Journey in Ring December 17, 2015
  • Sprinting Straight to State December 9, 2015
  • Love, Baseball May 13, 2015

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Features

Navigating Life

Kirsten Zachry, Editor-in-Chief

Junior Brandon Parrish has a lot on his plate. He holds positions such as junior class president, member of StuCo's Energy and Environment committee, varsity football player, ROTC color guard, N...  Read More »

September 8, 2016 • 1 comment

  • Student Creates Cosplay Costumes May 21, 2016
  • Passion of a Young Actor May 20, 2016
  • Not Such a Small World March 28, 2016
  • Focused on Future March 24, 2016

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  • 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

  • Perseverance Comes in Many Forms

    Perseverance Comes in Many Forms

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