The Growl

Mackenzie James goes green

February 21, 2018

If someone looks at the list of clubs and extracurriculars at our school, chances are sophomore Makenzie James is in most of them. James is an extremely active student. She balances a shocking total of six clubs and all adv...

February is more than the month for love

Lizzy Nguyen, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2018

The Student Council dedicated the first week of February to heart month, coating the school in red and making the awareness known to students all around campus. Heart Month is the month of February, as said by the American He...

Sing until you scream

Layla Smith, Staff Reporter

February 14, 2018

Last week, our first musical “Little Shop of Horrors” was brought to the stage. When the curtains opened to the unique set, the audience anxiously awaited the first note. The opening song began and the set came to life in a f...

A coach’s impact

Claribelle Yao, Staff Reporter

December 21, 2017

Sports don’t always rely on how you play the game. The coach-athlete support structure needs to be strong. For that to happen, a coach has to teach the students how to impact the world positively. Jordan Ramey, the hea...

Club Spotlight: The Locker

Lily Villarreal, Staff Reporter

December 21, 2017

A locker with free food, free clothes and free school supplies sounds like the ultimate dream locker for many students.   The Locker is a student organization founded by junior Katryna Patterson and junior Amanda Maglich when Pat...

BTS makes American debut

Lizzy Nguyen, Staff Reporter

December 10, 2017

BTS, known as Bangtan Boys, made history being the first Korean pop group to perform on American television. They made their way onto the American Music Awards on Nov. 19. They performed their number one song on iTunes and most rec...

Band scores big at BOA

Claribelle Yao, Staff Reporter

November 12, 2017

Echoes bounced around the Alamodome, announcing the band's arrival. Apprehension and excitement permeated through the cold air. Bands of America was about to start which could potentially become a stepping stone for our school...

MMA fighter walks the halls

Layla Smith, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2017

Junior Noah Jones stood in the great crowded hall of the tournament building, preparing himself for his impending doom. His nerves were all on edge as he stared up at the older, larger opponent who loomed over him. The rules ...

Rumors behind the scenes

Mckenzie Hoskins, Editor-in-chief

November 5, 2017

On Oct. 26 through 28, students performed a comedy entitled “Rumors” for the school’s second annual fall show. The play was set in the 90s and featured a group of friends who were going to a house party. After the guests o...

Freshmen speak to spirits

Drake Kidd, Calendar Czar

November 2, 2017

A time for pumpkins, goblins, witches and ghouls is here. Halloween is an iconic holiday when you can be whatever you want and fantasise that the world you imagine actually exists. Along with the black cats and spooky music, ...

GSA hopes to expand past school club

Briana Ramsey, Staff Reporter

October 25, 2017

Sophomore Kaylee Todd and sophomore Logan Parmenter saw an obvious need for change in the inequalities and strain between the LGBTQ and the straight population in today’s society. They sought to make this change happen in o...

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