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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

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Halloween Activities

Reagan Walker, Editor-in-Chief October 31, 2022

In previous generations, some students’ parents and grandparents went trick-or-treating in old Mountain Valley and received a popcorn ball or caramel apple from a neighbor. Some may have participated...

Shrek The Musical Takes Stage

Shrek The Musical Takes Stage

Brooklyn McKinney, Reporter October 18, 2022

On a typical school day, the scraping of chairs against tile floor causes ears to ring along with distant, mundane chatter filling the stale air and echoing off the walls, as students are seen trekking...

Not Always Teachers

Not Always Teachers

Aren Golleher, Reporter October 7, 2022

In a survey conducted by Wakefield Research for Junior Achievement USA and The Hartford, researchers found that most young adults continue to alter their career choice, even after going to school for their...

10 Books to Read Before Graduating

10 Books to Read Before Graduating

Brianna Latham, Reporter September 28, 2022

High school is four long years full of writing papers, making it to class on time, and plenty of books to be read. Throughout high school, many teachers assign books to read and analyze for assignments,...

Five Star Dance

Five Star Dance

Brooklyn McKinney, Reporter September 12, 2022

Joshua had their first homecoming dance in four years. With the help of the student council and the yearbook staff, students danced with the stars. Staged in the cafeteria, the attendees spent a night...

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...

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...

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Black History Month

Brianna Latham, Staff Reporter February 22, 2022

Although many people see the month of February as a month of love and joy with their partner, or the opposite if they find themselves single, February has a much stronger purpose than just flowers and...

Put it in Your Mouth

Put it in Your Mouth

Brooklyn McKinney, Reporter December 20, 2021

The holidays are around the corner, and people can already taste hot cocoa with marshmallows flowing over the top of the mug, minty striped candy canes, and Christmas cookies, fresh out of the oven. Whether...

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:...

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...

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...

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