The Growl

Darling’s classroom vs the field

Heavenlee Walker, Editor

October 31, 2018

As soon as the bell rings, students are preparing for the next 90 minutes. With their materials in hand, they huddle to discuss the game plan, then practice both inside and outside of school. Constantly learning new things and strateg...

Hawkins’ goals for first year as AP

Heavenlee Walker, Editor

September 26, 2018

Freshman AP Vincent Hawkins went from working at the bank in his three piece suit to strolling down the hallway in his suit with a big smile, waiving to every student he sees. Hawkins is a new staff member who had a career change from banki...

First year in theatre, wins Best Actor

May 7, 2018

Taking risks, trying new things and learning about your new interests, despite the fear of failure, is important. Instead of being afraid of doing something as time consuming as theatre, or hanging out with new people, one of our...

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 ...

God, fellowship, donuts

Briana Ramsey, Staff Reporter

October 23, 2017

Tori Hutchinson walked into the athletic hall to find a group of people gathered together, fellowshipping and talking about God. She knew immediately this is an atmosphere in which she wanted to be in. FCA stands for Fellow...

David’s Law promotes social media awareness

Heavenlee Walker, Editor

October 19, 2017

With the state enforcing a new law entitled David's Law, students who partake in cyberbullying could potentially serve jail time. David's Law classifies cyberbullying as a misdemeanor, which allows courts in Texas to find t...

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