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Letter jackets aren’t just for athletes

Letter jackets aren’t just for athletes

Annabelle Archer, Staff Reporter

Letter jackets are a rite of high school passage, one of the few physical mementos many people choose to keep with them as they go off to college and start their new lives. Many people assume letter jackets are only available to students in sport programs at the school but they are also available to students who participate in extracurricular activities,...  Read More »

November 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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With numerous fees and events, senior year can be considered the most expensive in high school.

Tests, t-shirts, and tickets: the cost of senior year

November 20, 2014

Being a senior isn’t cheap. Even though some senior expenses are optional, many students are willing to pay the cost of having a costly yet memorable senior year. “Everything that we have to buy...  Read More »

Freshman Jackie Albers founded the school's new rodeo team. Above is Albers on her horse Shadow.

Freshman founds school rodeo team

November 19, 2014

The roar of the crowd pounds in the rider’s ears as she rounds the last barrel, sweat dripping from her face, which is grim with determination. The horse’s hooves toss up a wave of dirt, his hard breathing...  Read More »

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Student Life

Going with the flow

Going with the flow

Matt Smith, Staff Reporter

Although it may appear there is a rise in the female population on campus, it’s nothing more than a few guys sporting longer...  Read More »

November 21, 2014 • 0 comments

A Thanksgiving for those in need

A Thanksgiving for those in need

Sydney Grissom, Staff Reporter

A Thanksgiving meal isn’t always a reality to low-income families due to lack of funds. However, a group of students will be...  Read More »

November 21, 2014 • 0 comments

AP Art History students compete for a place at the Dallas Museum of Art

AP Art History students compete for a place at the Dallas Museum of Art

Savannah Whitmer, Staff Reporter

Thanks to the Edith...  Read More »

November 20, 2014 • 0 comments

Recent Student Life Stories

Students have created a fishing team as a result in the increase in fishing in local ponds. This is a frequent spot for those who fish just off of Rockridge.

A day on the lake

November 19, 2014

A day at the lake is practice for school’s new fishing club. Started...  Read More »

Senior Claire Peralta has been teaching a French class this year.

Student help aids French teacher

November 18, 2014

When French teacher Melody Mozley decided to become the freshman cheerleading...  Read More »

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The freedom of feeling

The freedom of feeling

Matthew Norwood, Staff Reporter

Love can be blinding, and sometimes in a painful way. Love is essentially the end-all-be-all for human existence, what with the fulfillment of our emotions...  Read More »

November 21, 2014 • 0 comments

Things I’m afraid of (and probably shouldn’t be)

Things I’m afraid of (and probably shouldn’t be)

We’ve all heard of the term phobia, defined as an extreme or irrational fear of something. We probably all know someone who is afraid of spiders...  Read More »

November 20, 2014 • 0 comments

The price of punctuation

The price of punctuation

Rachel Jackson, Staff Reporter

Have you ever texted someone and they put a period at the end of their text? Suddenly the casual flow of conversation turns into something serious, causing...  Read More »

November 19, 2014 • 0 comments

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Multimedia

Volleyball wins State

Volleyball wins State

Benjamin Prengler, Photo Editor

Volleyball now has six state titles after beating Dripping Springs 3-0. Here are pictures from the game.

November 22, 2014 • 0 comments

Volleyball Cheers

Volleyball Cheers

Ian Raybon, Multimedia Reporter

Senior Greg Watson teaches some cheers for the upcoming state volleyball matches.

November 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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