Tiger Times

Senior Ashlyn Stiger expresses her shock after hearing her name announced as the homecoming queen. Stiger was escorted onto the field by both of her parents.

Make way for the queen

October 9, 2020

Friday Night Lights holds a more profound meaning to 16 girls tonight. The Highsteppers still kick, the band still plays, color guard still tosses their flags and the cheerleaders still wave their pom-poms. None of this stops 16 girls from anticipating the announcement that they will reflect on for y...

The homecoming court nominees stand together with their roses in hand. The top row left to right: Fezeka Barnes, Ashlyn Stiger, Reagan Potts, Malley Wallace, Madison Givens, Tatum Haugh, Mary Claire Wright and Cayli Clack. The bottom row left to right: Cate Rounds, Jane Rounds, Lily Sewell, Korie Hamilton, Evelyn Patterson, Endsley Norman, Cashlin Gooden and Adrienne Armstrong. 

Order in the court

October 2, 2020

With all 16 roses that were passed out, 16 girls ecstatically accepted them. On Oct. 1, the 2020 Homecoming results were announced over Tigervison.  The court consists of Fezeka Barnes, Ashlyn Stiger, Reagan Potts, Malley Wallace, Madison Givens, Tatum Haugh, Mary Claire Wright, Cayli Clack, Cate Rou...

Tigers in the doghouse

Tigers in the doghouse

October 5, 2019

The Tigers fell short of a district win in their second district game of the season, leaving homecoming with a hard fought loss against the McKinney North Bulldogs at 62-41.  The Bulldogs started fast and strong, with two touchdown receptions from quarterback Dillon Markiewicz to tight end Brandon Fra...

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Rise, shine and be peppy

October 3, 2019

Though football season is far from over, the time of stomping on gym bleachers and student stampedes has come to an end. As the sun peeks over the Math and Science building and the first drops of dew sparkle in the pit, school spirit will already be in full swing. For the remainder of the home games, pep ral...

She's beauty, she's grace

She’s beauty, she’s grace

October 17, 2017

Last night was the annual homecoming presentation for the 2017-2018 year. Hours worth of preparation and dedication was put into the performance, as ten senior girls are representing the school. Dressed in glittering gowns and holding their mums, they were escorted across the stage by fellow classma...

Homecoming spirit days

Homecoming spirit days

October 16, 2017

Homecoming week will be Oct. 16-20. This exciting, fun-filled week helps to build enthusiasm for the upcoming Homecoming game on Friday night and the Homecoming dance through spirit days. The dress-up days for the week will be: Monday- Hometown Heroes Tuesday- Tye-Dye Wednesday- Dress L...

Homecoming dance to be held on Oct. 21

Homecoming dance to be held on Oct. 21

October 13, 2017

Homecoming dance will be held in the Texas High School cafeteria on Saturday, Oct. 21, from 7 to 10 p.m. Tickets are on sale in the cafeteria during all lunches during the upcoming week, and students must have a current Texas High ID in order to purchase them. Additionally, tickets are $8 unless otherwise...

Principal Brad Bailey crowns Senior Anna Catherine Boudreaux as parents Tracy and David Boudreaux stand alongside.

Maid into a queen

October 9, 2015

She stands beside her parents. Takes a breath and smiles to the crowd. The drum roll starts. The maid of honor is announced. She takes another breath while clapping for her fellow maids. Finally, the moment comes where the Homecoming queen is announced. Before she knows it, she is smiling out of joy...

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No place like homecoming

October 5, 2015

Thirteen heels clatter across the smooth black wood. Thirteen floor-length dresses sweep and drape along the floor. On Monday, the thirteen ladies on the homecoming court, clad in their best formal wear, will glide across the PAC stage and smile brightly at their constituents. After being nominated by the senior class an...

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Homecoming court to be announced Friday

September 23, 2015

As the leaves begin to change to fall colors and homecoming comes into view, the tradition continues of electing a Homecoming Queen. On Tuesday Sept. 22, the student body voted on 22 girls nominated by the senior class to be on the Homecoming court. The girls include: Caroline May, Anna Graves, Ab...

Junior Kayleigh Moreland holds a Homecoming mum made by the Horticulture Club. Mums can be purchased from Kim Spaulding.

Mum’s the word

September 17, 2015

While Homecoming may be celebrated with parades and floats representing school clubs elsewhere, in the south, mums are the way to go. Originally, mums were flowers given by a boy to his date for the Homecoming dance. However, between the 1970s and 1990s, that all changed. Today, mums are decorated with feet of silk ...

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