Exam and Exemption Information
Exemption cards were distributed to all students on Monday, May 26 in 3rd period. These were to have been turned in by 3 p.m. Friday, May 30. Students with outstanding fines cannot be exempt.
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The search for the 2014 Fair Queen is now underway. Contestants interested in participating in this year's competition have until July 27, 2014 to register. See below for a complete set of rules and entry form.
The Fort Bend County... READ MORE »»
The 2014 Stripes yearbook will be distributed today during all lunches.
Students who have pre-ordered copies of the book should report to the line with the letter of their last name to pick up their book. They should also bring a photo... READ MORE »»
Katrina Foster, Bailee Bruce, Aleeza Butler, Bria Kelley and Jenna Moye show off the 2014 book.
Exam and Exemption Information
Exemption cards were distributed to all students on Monday, May 26 in 3rd period. These were to have been turned in by 3 p.m. Friday, May 30. Students with outstanding... Read More »
1.What was your most memorable moment this season with the team?
-”I can’t really choose one I appreciate every moment i had with my teammates this season.”
2. What is your you and your teammates mind set going into next season?
-”We’re... Read More »
Stupid. Incompetent. Inferior. These words have come to be used interchangeably with the word “retard,” a word now commonly used to describe the mentally disabled. The word dates back to 1426, stemming from the Latin verb “retardare,” meaning to hinder or make slow. “Retard” was not used to refer to developmentally disabled people until the 1960s, […]
Elise Goodvin and Payton Evans, Iowa City High School
The Holocaust changed the course of history. During World War II, more than 5 million Jews perished under the rule of one leader, Adolf Hitler. This tragic era is remembered for its brutal and relentless bloodshed. But along with the liberation of the Jews on September 2, 1945 came the liberation of stories and experiences […]
Spring break is just around the corner. And for students in European History AP, this means going on the annual AP Europe trip to the countries they have been studying since the beginning of the year. History teacher Mr. Andrew Ovington is in charge of the trip. He has gathered a group of ten students, five […]
Cody Jaspers (‘17) is used to the feel of chalk coating his callused palms, as spending countless hours at the gym has become routine. While most students head home after the final bell, Jaspers spends three hours familiarizing himself with sore muscles and parallel bars, fully immersed in gymnastics. “My parents thought I should [do […]
While I was living on the south side of Chicago, I attended Urban Prep-Englewood, an all-boy school where 99 percent of the students were African-American. I started in the middle of the year, so everyone had a clique, and it was difficult for me to make friends. That first year was tough, but my sophomore year […]
Last season, the Pascack Valley Indians played one game against DePaul, a Catholic school, and lost 35-14. But come next season, DePaul will not have the opportunity to play Pascack Valley. It will also mark the first time in six seasons that PV will not have a non-public school on its schedule. The leaders of the […]