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Recent Sports Scores
  • Friday, September 29

    Varsity Football

    WHS 13 - Kennedale 56

  • Friday, September 22

    Varsity Football

    WHS 28 - Sulphur Springs 6

  • Friday, September 15

    Varsity Football

    WHS 20 - Carthage 42

  • Thursday, September 7

    Varsity Football

    WHS 28 - Chapel Hill 14

  • Friday, September 1

    Varsity Football

    WHS 27 - Hallsville 10

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Whitehouse Wins 1st Game of the Season

Whitehouse Wins 1st Game of the Season

August 31, 2018

NCAA Tournament Recap

NCAA Tournament Recap

April 6, 2018

Swimming Towards Success

February 23, 2018

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We Will Remember Dear Whitehouse High

Morgan Gage, Staff Writer
July 8, 2018

In order to say goodbye to the school that served as both a high school and junior high to much of the community before it is torn down, Whitehouse residents gathered on July 8th to say goodbye to the school. A crowd mostly comprised of former Whitehouse alumni and faculty gathered at what last served as Whitehouse Junior High school and took a photo on the steps of the school, singing the school...

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Courtney Eeds, Guest Writer
April 13, 2018

There will be a twirling, dancing and color guard competition at the high school this Saturday at 9 a.m. as a fundraiser to help the Whitehouse Band Boosters. “This competition has developed into a broad spectrum event that is multi disciplines in terms of its participating art forms,” head band director Tom Mensch said. “It will expose participants and spectators into three worlds of the competitive visual, moving arts.” Since Jan., band directors, twirling and dance coaches have been...

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Students to Compete at UIL Regional Meet

Dana Ramirez, Junior Editor
April 9, 2018

17 students advanced from the district-level UIL Academics contest to compete at the regional-level contest on Saturday at Magnolia High School. This meet determines which students will compete at the state-level meet at UT Austin on May 3-5. “I love what we do--it’s fun,” UIL coordinator Richard Baty said. “Science and journalism have a good chance of advancing. I expect that several students...

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Elizabeth Freeman, Editor-In-Chief
September 13, 2018

About the video: Nat is a new student this year from Thailand. During Nat's journalism class he was asked by the class what food he tried that night for dinner. He has gotten the opportunity to try some American classics such as: Tex-Mex, Whataburger, and Chick-Fil-A.

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A Cerca de ESL

Sarai valencia , Valeria Ayala, Staff Writers
September 13, 2018

En la clase de ESL los estudiantes aprenden inglés y las distintas culturas de sus compañeros. “A mi siempre me gusta aprender de la cultura latina ya que yo vengo de el otro lado del mundo CHINA”- dijo la alumna de ESL Katy Cuando los estudiantes de ESL estudian en el extranjero siempre tienen distintas dificultades para expresarse,por eso se creó esta clase para ayudarlos. “A veces...

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Popping In With The Pom Squad

Sarah Tarrant, Staff Writer
September 11, 2018

  The stage lights blaze overhead. The roar of the crowd rumbles the ground as the music starts and their captain counts them off. In a perfectly practiced wave of jumps and splits, The Pom Squad begins their routine. The Pom Squad will perform at different events this year including pep rallies, basketball games, and the Spring Spectacular at the end of the year. “We started Maroon...

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Pediatric  Cancer Awareness

Lelia Edmonson, staff writer
September 21, 2018

As the leaves begin to fall off the trees, around 15,000 kids have to watch them from a hospital window. September is pediatric cancer month, but the majority of the population knows little to none about this topic. Pediatric cancer is a serious issue that people all across the would should take part in trying to cure it.   Pediatric cancer is an undermined topic to most individuals. 1 in...

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The Immigration Question

Morgan Gage, Senior Editor
September 12, 2018

By modern standards, the colony of Jamestown was a neighborhood of illegal immigrants. Plymouth was a sanctuary city. For some reason, our immigrant-phobic nation hails these colonists as heroes. We teach our children about the first Thanksgiving before we teach the American Revolution. Alexander Hamilton, the first secretary of the treasury, immigrated from the French Caribbean. Madeleine Albright,...

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6 Ways to Upgrade Your Avocado Toast

Morgan Gage, Senior Editor
September 3, 2018

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The student news of Whitehouse High School
The student news of Whitehouse High School