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...

Work is Dunn

Work is ‘Dunn’

Reagan Walker, Editor-In-Chief December 16, 2022

A gust of frigid wind blew papers and canopies away, into muddy puddles and bystanders. Despite the premature wintry weather, the displays of art along the boulevard dazzle the grounds with the local...

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...

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...

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.
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...

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...

Seniors have something to say.

Seniors’ Advice to Incoming Freshmen

Brooklyn McKinney, Reporter May 17, 2022

As we all know, our seniors are graduating soon and leaving their high-school lives behind for greater things.  Whatever the future may hold, whether it’s college, trade school, a career, or just...

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...

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