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

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...

Preventing Covid-19 During Christmas

Preventing Covid-19 During Christmas

Brianna Latham, Staff Reporter December 20, 2021

Coronavirus (Covid-19) has been taunting the nation since late 2019, especially during Christmas time. This caused a decline in many businesses' sales and, as a result of this, shut down plenty of businesses...

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...

Mrs. Nichols and her daughter, Shakeh.

Surface Skimming

Brooklyn McKinney, Reporter December 14, 2021

Her fluffy mane of curls can be seen from across the 300 hall as her heels clack on the tile floor. She greets her students with a bright burst of energy and a smile. Fashion icon, real estate agent, city...

Coach DeArman watches on.

Best in the Field

Brianna Latham, Staff Reporter November 16, 2021

From waking up bright and early every morning to coach his boys, to staying out late under those Friday night lights, Joshua High School’s head football Coach, Danny Dearman, wouldn’t trade his career...

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...

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....

Looking In

Looking In

Brooklyn McKinney, Reporter November 8, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic took a large toll on mental health overall. People were trapped inside their homes, some with abusive family members or perhaps even stuck in countries across the world with no way...

Running Through Life

Running Through Life

Khloe Rockwell, Reporter October 27, 2021

Anyone can run, but not everyone can run like the cross country teams do. After a grueling practice that makes the sweat run down their backs, the athletes can be found taking a soak in ice-cold water...

Safe at School

Khloe Rockwell, Reporter October 12, 2021

Locks, lights, out of sight. Don’t make a sound. Even if your mind is screaming to run - stay calm. Hide. Don’t leave your hiding spot to help anyone. Don’t be a hero. Don’t call your parents,...

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.

Making Life Her Canvas

Brooklyn McKinney, Reporter September 22, 2021
"I especially love it when people duet my videos; I think it’s the best thing ever." - Kylie Crane
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