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  • 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

Texas College Basketball Update

Texas College Basketball Update

January 23, 2018

Follow-Up: Whitehouse v. Kennedale

Follow-Up: Whitehouse v. Kennedale

October 6, 2017

Follow-Up: Whitehouse v. Chapel Hill

Follow-Up: Whitehouse v. Chapel Hill

September 12, 2017

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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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Kate McLeod, Editor-in-Chief
April 5, 2018

NASCAR and Leavine Family Racing driver Kasey Kahne visited the Whitehouse Junior High construction site and Whitehouse High School earlier today to speak with construction workers and students on his way to the 2018 O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 race at the Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday. “I’ve done a lot of events with high school, junior high, and elementary school students and I really enjoy it,” Kahne said. “Over the years, I’ve been able to do a lot of community events trying to give...

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UIL District Meet

Elizabeth Freeman, Junior Editor
March 28, 2018

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For The Love Of Music

Kate McLeod, Editor-in-Chief
December 5, 2017

Grabbing his laptop out of his backpack, senior David Lisk gets to work. Gazing at his computer screen, he composes and creates instrumental music to be featured in his original album. His fingers type frantically as he thinks of rhythms and melodies, and with one simple ‘click’, his work of art is uploaded on a worldwide platform for people across the globe to listen to. Lisk released his first...

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WHS To Host College Fair

Kate McLeod, Editor-in-Chief
November 16, 2017

WHS will host a college fair today during 3rd and 4th periods in the cafeteria. Seniors will be called out of class at the beginning of 3rd period, and juniors will be called out of class at the beginning of 4th period. Information regarding signing up for the college fair can be found in the counseling office.

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Gallery: NHS Induction

WHS Publications Staffs
November 9, 2017

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Morgan Gage, Staff Writer
February 23, 2018

Women lining the streets of Washington, stone faced and starving to be equal to men in not only the eyes of the law but in society. Their fingers curl around picket signs until their knuckles turn white, and their cries are met with contempt from the very men they’ve claimed oppress them. This is a familiar image to anyone who has turned on the news in recent months but also one that should be familiar to anyone who has cracked open a history textbook. While the suffragettes of the early twentieth...

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Morgan Gage, Staff Writer
December 12, 2017

When you accept a job as a teacher, elementary and high school alike, you’re consciously placing yourself in a position of power. Though you may answer to someone higher up, your department head or principal or superintendent, you’re still in charge of the students who pass through your classroom. No matter who you ask, everyone has a teacher who made an impact on them for better or worse, and the teachers of today should recognize that and keep it in mind as they stand in front of their classes...

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Is Advisory All That Bad?

Katrina Christine, Staff Reporter
May 22, 2017

There have been many different changes at WHS since WISD has hired Dr. Moran as the new superintendent. Since the year started, the administration has tried out a new idea: power hour. Power Hour gives students time to eat lunch while also providing a time to go to tutorials or club meetings. Many students have seen this time as beneficial, but it's not always used wisely. The first week of school...

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The student news of Whitehouse High School