Check out how the Bronco swim team prepares for meets in their early morning practices.
Since 1920, the NFL stands as the most known football league in the nation. In 50 years of the league, there has only been 48 super bowls. Here are 10 games that have stood out the most in those 48 games. Super Bowl XLIV Saints, 31 Colts, 17 It was the year of hurricane Katrina.... Read more »
Ever since I was little, I grew up watching movies, just like everyone else. Inevitably, movies create false expectations and tend to raise hopes in every aspect, especially for a kid. Hollywood exaggerates the concepts of heroism, love, happiness and even friendship. Every movie I watched talks about... Read more »
The Legacy swim team nears the end of their season while competing in the District 8-5A Championship meet on January 23. Swim Coach Tony Tullbane looks forward to the rest of the season with pride in the team. “It was a good meet,” Coach Tullbane said. “We are going to rock [regionals].” Boys... Read more »
Twice a year parents have the rare opportunity to step into their child’s shoes for a night, going from classroom to classroom. Spring open house for all MISD high schools will be held on Monday, February 2, 2015. Parents and students are welcome to show up at any time between 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.... Read more »
High school can be difficult if you aren’t prepared for it. For some, high school brings along their first failing grade. To be sure you keep your GPA and class rank high, try following these steps. Take Good Notes Good notes help you remember things later when studying or doing... Read more »
The sound of broken glass rang throughout the Stephens home. Freshman Nina Stephens' heart started racing as she ran to her autistic little brother. A small pool of blood started to form, and he screamed at the top of his lungs as he saw his cuts. Stephens has been learning and growing with her little... Read more »
Students filed in the classroom one by one, setting their backpacks and binders down on the floor to get comfortable for the next hour of LD debate club. They sat down casually on the desk-tops, some with their feet on the chair, others swinging their legs off the side of the desks. Once a decent... Read more »
A peer tutoring program started by Ms. Jodi Esaili yields successful results.
Walking down the crowded hallway on the way to her next class, Junior Fiona Hoang hands out slips of paper to everyone she passes. The slips display the words “you are beautiful” in different colored markers. Students that receive seem shocked at first, but then read it. A smile floods their face... Read more »