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The Owl Flight

The Student News Site of Joshua High School

The Owl Flight

The Student News Site of Joshua High School

The Owl Flight

3 on 3 Tournament

3 on 3 Tournament

Kayla Haskins, Guest Writer December 9, 2022

The first annual Holiday Hoops 3 on 3 tournament was a huge success.  Sponsored by the JHS basketball booster club, the tournament hosted 15 teams, and they competed in bracket play.  The winners were...

Three members of The Owl Flight Newspaper decorate their newspaper-themed tree.

Staff Joins Holiday Fun

Celeste Zachry, Adviser November 28, 2022

The Owl Flight staff joined several other groups in decorating Christmas trees after school on Monday. The trees will be judged, with a prize being awarded to the winner. Be sure to stop by the student...

Approved and non-approved bags.

New Safety Policy for JISD Athletic Events

Ms. Zachry, Adviser September 20, 2022

Effective Friday, Sept. 23, Joshua ISD will be implementing a Clear Bag Policy for all JISD athletic events in an effort to further ensure the safety of all students, spectators, and workers. Exceptions...

15 Pieces of Advice for Prom

15 Pieces of Advice for Prom

Rylie Fleming, Reporter May 11, 2022

Prom is supposed to be one of the most memorable moments of your high school career; It's a night of getting all dressed up, dancing and partying with friends, and taking pictures and videos for Snapchat...

Save Life Dont Take Life

Save Life Don’t Take Life

Rylie Fleming, Reporter April 18, 2022

Within the past 10 years, Joshua has suffered an increasing amount of losses due to suicide, including a couple from the high school. In 2010, a 13 year old boy from Loflin Middle School and a 17 year...

Cover art for Kaoganis latest release, DAYBREAK 2021.

Music in Progress

Rylie Fleming, Reporter February 23, 2022

A beat echoes in the quiet closet. The silence begs for him to start vocalizing, filling the silent space with his art.  Sophomore Anthony Garner, otherwise known as Kaogani on Soundcloud, has...

No Rebuttals Needed

Rylie Fleming, Reporter February 16, 2022

On Jan. 12 senior Daniel Delgado competed in the Texas State UIL Congress Debate Competition in Austin.  “Congress is an individual contest in a large group setting,” Delgado said. “It models...

Test for Success

Test for Success

Khloe Rockwell, Reporter January 19, 2022

Students are in for a busy semester. Testing season is coming up, ranging from AP tests to STAAR tests. Along with these tests, are other important exams for juniors, and possibly some seniors: the SAT...

Christmas Across the World

Christmas Across the World

Rylie Fleming, Reporter December 15, 2021

5,088 miles away from home, junior foreign exchange student Caroline Murmann is spending her Christmas in good ol’ Joshua, Texas. For nearly an entire year, JHS foreign exchange students live away from...

Take on Turkey

Take on Turkey

Khloe Rockwell, Reporter November 21, 2021

  With the holiday season coming up, families are able to get together and celebrate like they couldn’t have last year. Thanksgiving break will offer the rest that the school’s hardworking...

Silence (And Technology) Is Compliance

Rylie Fleming, Reporter November 17, 2021

“We tend to default to complacency. Stick to the easy option,” Ben Fogle once said. This leads us to the question, “Do technologies like television and cell phones make us more complacent as a society?”...

Chemistry teacher and UIL Science Coach Mr. Massey teaches his class.

Massey is More Than Class-ey

Cynthia Bustamante, Reporter November 17, 2021

His current or former students see him roaming the halls from time to time. He is generally known as a teacher who loves to talk to his students and have a good chat about anything science-related. He...

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