It gives "taking a powder" a whole new meaning.
To raise money for pre-graduation activities, the Class of 2014 sponsored a Tiger Kolor Run recently.
For $5 each, participants could get out of 7th period early, grab bags of colored powder and end up looking like they had rolled around in mustard,... READ MORE »»
After the Tiger Kolor Run, students were covered in every color of the rainbow.
Principal JJ Kyle was informed Wednesday by the Houston Anti-Defamation League that THS has once again been designated as a No Place for Hate® school.
An email from Pam Autio from the ADL said, "Thank you for making respect for others such a priority on your campus. Your commitment to No Place for... READ MORE »»
Anna Bogaard, Laura Parra and Raven Robertson have been named to the All District 1st Team in soccer this year. Senior Joyce Abiodun as named District MVP.
"The ladies had a very successful year on the soccer pitch, but only continue their successes off the field," Coach Melissa Haney said.
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The THS girls' soccer team has been successful on and off the field this year, says Coach Melissa Haney.
In life, people can encounter unexpected occurrences that potentially lead to satisfying results.
Travis High School student Randy Van knows this concept all too well. Randy is currently a part of Chess Club, an after-school activity that teaches students the basic principles of the strategic game... READ MORE »»
Junior Saifali Nazarali faces junior Ricky Chen while senior Verun
Ramaswany watches them both during an afternoon Chess Club meeting.
Members of the Travis Dance Team (Belles) will present their annual spring show "Bellissimo" Friday, May 2, and Saturday, May 3, at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door.
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The Belles Dance Team will present the annual Bellissimo spring program May 2 and 3 in the THS auditorium.
“We should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once.” — Friedrich Nietzsche I may not practice dance every day, but I cannot imagine my life without it. Ever since the age of five, I have been learning an Indian classical dance form called Bharatanatyam. When my first teacher moved […]
At Downey High, teachers tend to take on twice as much as expected – that is, alongside teaching curriculum courses, they take hand in coaching a team. Managing both classrooms full of students and a sports team is double duty, but these teachers are willing to go the distance. The process to apply as a […]
Substitute teachers are always a nice change for Diamond Bar High School students, but their temporary stay in the classroom gives students little time to learn more about them. Although regular teachers have an entire year develop a close relationship with their students, substitute teachers don’t get the same interaction as they busily fill in […]
Although some girls began their prom countdown on their first day of high school, other less enthusiastic students are still getting their prom plans together. This has left them scrambling to find the perfect dress, make reservations, and even find dates. What was done two generations ago with a simple question has now evolved into […]
Students, teachers, and parents explored different cultures, such as Egyptian, Indian, Greek, Polish and Latin, at this year’s Ethnic Fair. Sponsored by International Club, people were able to learn about these different cultures through bulletin boards displayed in the cafeteria. Students, teachers, and parents were encouraged to try new food from all diffe
“An Abundance of Katherines” by John Green details the pitiful relationships of Colin Singleton, an anagram-obsessed child prodigy who has just been dumped by his nineteenth Katherine. The peculiar thing about Singleton is that he only dates girls named Katherine, hence the title. Heartbroken and tired of always being the “Dumpee,” Singleton and his friend [