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A new place for politics

September 27, 2019

Two of our school’s most controversial clubs, at odds with each other for years, are no more. The Teenage Republicans and Young Democrats clubs disbanded at the end of last school year. From the ashes, the Texas High Political Society was designated as the new place for politics on campus. An unprecedented mov...

Junior Lia Graham leads the guitar club in a

Strumming a new chord

September 18, 2019

Music plays an important role in many people’s lives. It is universally known for bringing masses together and allowing people to express themselves in different ways. Junior Lia Graham established a club where members can play music as a group and give back to the community. Graham established The Guitar Club with the ...

SOUL, a Christian organization, meets in Seth Schirmer's room every Monday and Thursday afternoon.

Fellowship is medicine for the soul

February 1, 2018

Welcoming students exchange greetings with each other immediately after walking into Seth Schirmer’s classroom. Their friendliness illustrates their love of Jesus. Everlasting friendships are created. Worshipful experiences replenish hearts, biblical messages spark newfound understandings. Around Chris...

graphic by Langley Leverett

Eighth grade orientation on Jan. 22

January 21, 2018

The annual 8th Grade Orientation will take place on Jan. 22 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the PAC. An information session will begin the event and there will be information booths in the Math and Science Building following the opening session to provide additional information. The event is made to inform parents...

Spreading kindness and snacks

Spreading kindness and snacks

November 28, 2017

A new club called Share The Joy has been created to spread positivity throughout Texas High. “My goal for this club is to bring happiness for people because everyone is down and after Houston Hart passed away, everyone was down and I wanted to help,” club founder Alicia Sa said. “This club is kinda like counseling, I wanted everyone to talk ...

Library Club had their first meeting Friday, Oct. 13.

Sharing a love for books

October 23, 2017

Inspired by the place that always welcomes students, Library Club is a new organization at Texas High thanks to the librarian Rachel Epley. Students who regularly visit the shelves wanted to make a group of students who shared the same passions and ideas. “Its started with a group of friends j...

Senior Yvonne Arias sings as junior Colin Runnels plays his guitar at the annual See You at the Pole.

See You at the Pole gives students chance to celebrate faith

October 5, 2016

A typical Wednesday morning rolls by as the beautiful blue sky engulfs the horizon. Cars pass by dropping off students as they disperse across campus. To the side, a circle of students are seen surrounding the flagpole with their heads bowed as the American and Texas flag wave above. See You at the P...

Smaller club gives students unique opportunities

Smaller club gives students unique opportunities

October 4, 2016

Students munch on trail mix and sip noisily from their juice boxes as they watch the teacher work through the problem step by step on the board. Warm and inviting faces surround them, eager to help with whatever problem they have or don’t understand. Foldables and worksheets clutter the table in front of t...

Seniors Julia Nations and Savanna Shively practice skills they learned in the Rosebuds self defense class on Jan. 14.

These roses have thorns

January 21, 2016

The Rosebuds Garden Club met for a group lesson in the art of Krav Maga in the cafeteria Jan.14.  The lesson was taught by owner and instructor Greg O’Neal and an assistant. Through the evening, the girls of Rosebuds watched videos and live demonstrations, tried a few tricks on their own, and learne...

Mrs. Ashley Washington and Mrs. Tisha Gatewood fill their plates at the Rosebuds annual Teacher's Tea.

Rosebuds annual Teacher’s Tea success

December 14, 2015

On Dec. 18, the Rosebuds Garden Club put on their annual Teacher’s Tea. The girls of the club provided decorations, sandwiches, snacks and desserts. “I think the Teacher’s Tea went great,” president Elizabeth Tullis said. “All of the girls contributed, and everyone put in great effort work...

senior Brittini Simmons listens to junior Megan Harris at the club drive.

Club drive week

September 2, 2015

Club Drive will be held in the cafeteria in all lunches this week. Different clubs will be stationed at various tables offering opportunities for students to become members of their organizations. Students will also have a chance to register to vote at the Student Council table. If not registered to...

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