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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

Life in Movies

Life in Movies

Briana Gibbens, Reporter February 23, 2024

Many people live life boxed into the expectations of society and the people around them, spending the majority of our waking hours attempting to ‘fit in.' The problem with fitting in and seeking acceptance...

FCCLA: Ultimate Journey

FCCLA: Ultimate Journey

Diego Ramirez Montoya, Reporter February 23, 2024

Plenty of schools offer school or student-led organizations which benefit students. They open doors for students and give them a chance at once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Family, Career and Community...

Beyond Work

Beyond Work

Brian McCormick, Reporter February 23, 2024
Homework is a constant topic in schooling as a whole; it has its benefits and drawbacks. It helps students retain information more efficiently while, at times, causing stress. 
Junior Emma Rogers aunt and uncle.

Grief

Briana Gibbens, Reporter January 31, 2024

Grief is one of those things that silently creeps up. One never knows when it will show up, how it’s going to hit, but it will hit and it will hit hard. Grief is a natural response to loss. It’s the...

Experience the Difference

Experience the Difference

Diego Ramirez Montoya, Reporter January 31, 2024

Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) is a non-profit student organization that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs into the business industry. It offers knowledge about careers in marketing,...

Iron chef.

Bird’s the Word

Emma Rodgers, Reporter January 31, 2024

Bria Bird spends her days teaching not one, not two, but three different sciences. She teaches AP Physics, AP Biology and Pre-AP Chemistry. She obviously went through a lot of schooling, but she didn’t...

Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman

Emma Rodgers, Reporter December 14, 2023
“Be open to learning as much as you are to teaching!
The Hossain Family

First Generation

Nick Smith, Editor-in-Chief December 14, 2023

After a long day of school, he rides the bus home.  His mom greets him at the door in a traditional sari with a plate of chicken patties.  Once his dad gets home, they enjoy orange curry with rice,...

Student Voices

Student Voices

Diego Ramirez Montoya, Reporter November 29, 2023

The Voices of Joshua choir are a group of talented students who sing with a passion. These singers are open to constructive criticism and willing to improve. In choir, the students gain proficiency in...

More Than Her Diagnosis

More Than Her Diagnosis

Nick Smith, Editor-In-Chief November 10, 2023

As ice creeps along the edges of the windowsill, the fluorescent lights dimly illuminate the cold, cluttered hospital room.  Days seem to blur when only the steady tone of the heart monitor and the...

Unmatched History Duo

Unmatched History Duo

Diego Ramirez Montoya, Reporter October 13, 2023
“Generally, [if you] share loyalty, support each other, and spend time together you realize you can become great friends,” Brown said.
Capturing School Spirit

Capturing School Spirit

Nick Smith, Editor-In-Chief October 13, 2023
“I feel so connected to the game through the camera lens, it practically feels like another one of my hobbies,” junior Secretary Emma Lopez said. “It just feels so much fun to be able to be so close to the game.”
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