The Student News Site of Joshua High School

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

AP Environmental Science

Nick Smith, Managing Editor April 18, 2022

Due to such a small number of students signing up for AP Environmental Science, the course will not be offered for the 2022-2023 school year.  Students should sign up for Advanced Placement Environmental...

Growing City

Growing City

Nick Smith, Managing Editor March 30, 2022

Over the past decade, Joshua has flourished and grown in size, population and culture.  One example of this newfound urbanization is the Jett Sett Salon & Suites, a local small business dedicated...

One-Act Play Advances to Bi-District

One-Act Play Advances to Bi-District

Nick Smith, Managing Editor March 23, 2022

Today, the theater department’s One-Act Play is advancing to Bi-District after placing second in District with their dystopian twist on the Greek classic and the last chapter of Oedipus: Antigone. The...

Decade of Dancing

Decade of Dancing

Nick Smith, Managing Editor February 22, 2022

Once the football players step off of the field, the show is on. Her light golden hair is pulled back into a tight, neat bun and her bright smile is sharp enough to be seen from the top of the stadium....

Zachry managed to graduate on time, though she missed nine weeks of school.

Life: Round Two

Nick Smith, Managing Editor January 20, 2022

Celeste Zachry died. While she was in her joyful teenage years, the beloved English teacher’s life ended on a fateful day.  Her car crash incident is told every year to her classes on the anniversary...

Buddy the Elf

Buddy the Elf

Nick Smith, Managing Editor December 10, 2021

School may go out the last week of December, but the stage lights are on for the Joshua Theater Department as they perform their first ever musical.  Elf the Musical Jr. will have three performances:...

Student Council Saves The Day

Student Council Saves The Day

November 16, 2021

To kick off Thanksgiving break, STUCO is hosting a volleyball tournament on Friday. The students and the teachers will compete as opponents in the Galbreath Gymnasium for charity.  “I am thrilled...

Photographer-  Zoheb Hassanlai

8 Things To Do Before Graduation

Nick Smith, Managing Editor November 11, 2021

As a high school student, teenagers get certain liberties that are exclusive to the ‘All-American’ teenage experience. There are things that every student in Joshua should do before graduating.  ...

Ms. World-Wide Traveler Resides Locally

Ms. World-Wide Traveler Resides Locally

Nick Smith, Managing Editor November 9, 2021

As she enjoys a promenade through the streets in China as a child, the wanderlust junior, Mercy Lewis, revels in her favorite treat, a caramelized crab apple on a stick, bought from a beloved food stand....

Benefits of Community Collaboration

Nick Smith, Managing Editor October 25, 2021

Imagine visiting the local senior center home, conversing with residents, and seeing the smiles brought to their faces. Volunteer work opens up a completely new world of thinking and eventually career...

Teacher Timetable Tips

Nick Smith, Managing Editor October 8, 2021
“I did a lot of things when I was younger, but I narrowed my focus to band when I got to high school and that helped me have more time to work on my instrument and practicing [so] band was my only extracurricular,” Couey said. “I was an all-state flutist three years in a row [because I scheduled time to] practice a lot [and still exceed in my classes. Also,] I was an assistant drum major my sophomore year [and a drum major my junior and senior year] at Marcus High School.
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