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

NJROTC Is Out of This World

NJROTC Is Out of This World

Aren Golleher, Reporter December 20, 2022

Time spent in the Joshua NJROTC unit is never a dull moment for its cadets. The cadets and instructors are constantly on their toes, making sure everything stays in order and operating smoothly. The...

Shooting For Nationals

Shooting For Nationals

Aren Golleher, Reporter December 19, 2022

The school’s NJROTC rifle teams shot the state match, hosted by Joshua. Area 10 consists of 68 NJROTC units. In order to get to this level of competition, the team had to shoot a qualifying match in...

Theatre-Thespian Festival

Theatre-Thespian Festival

Brooklyn McKinney, Reporter December 9, 2022

From November 17-19, Theatre students had the opportunity to compete in the Texas Thespians Festival. Texas Thespians host two annual state-wide festivals with over 10,000 delegates devoted to teaching...

Debate Qualifies for TFA State

Debate Qualifies for TFA State

Nick Smith, Managing Editor November 15, 2022
The Debate team qualified for the Texas Forensic Association (TFA) state tournament in Athens last Friday and will be traveling to Houston on March 9-11, 2023.
Comanche Peak Rifle Match

Comanche Peak Rifle Match

Aren Golleher, Reporter November 8, 2022

The school's Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps had its first rifle match of the season on October 8. It was the Comanche Peak Rifle Match, hosted by Granbury High School.  The Precision A...

Next Band To Take the Field

Next Band To Take the Field

Nick Smith, Managing Editor September 28, 2022

Last Saturday, the Spirit of Joshua marching band placed sixth at USBands Saginaw Regional. The last time the SOJ advanced to finals at a marching band competition was 2018.  “The morale of the band...

A students painted parking spot from last year.

Parking Pandemonium

Khloe Rockwell, Reporter September 21, 2022

Painting of parking spots was changed from the weekend of Sept. 3 to the weekend of Oct. 8. Due to the fact students have already paid for their spots, there has been a lot of conflict concerning the “stealing”...

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...

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...

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...

source: 3playmedia.com

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...

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...

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