The Student News Site of The Woodlands High School

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The Student News Site of The Woodlands High School
The Student News Site of The Woodlands High School

The Caledonian

The Student News Site of The Woodlands High School
The Student News Site of The Woodlands High School

The Caledonian

The Student News Site of The Woodlands High School
Amendola played many positions as a Highlander.
Catch up with TWHS' Amendola
September 28, 2021

Coach Sowda caught up with alum Danny Amendola after signing with the Texans.. and asked the questions that everyone wanted to know: 1. Q: What foods are you happy to be reunited with now that you're back in Texas? ...

Senior Carolina Larricella is recognized at the swim meet.  All seniors run through an arch, and are featured on a video board.
Swim starts season with Red/Green meet
Natalie Whiteman, Staff • September 23, 2021

The annual Red and Green swim meet was held Tuesday night at the CISD Natatorium. "This meet is about having fun - it's a kick-off to the season," head coach Jeremy Wade said. "We are just getting an idea of what these kids...

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Woeful wi-fi
Maiya Ondrusko, staff • September 13, 2021

As a student going to The Woodlands High School for the past three years, there have been a few things I have noticed going on here, but nothing has peeved me more in this...

Mask up, part II
Mask up, part II
Penelope Steffen, Writer • September 9, 2021

Last December I wrote a story about the importance of mask wearing and COVID prevention measures in general. Even though a lot has changed these past months (a vaccine, loosening...

The fashion diary
The fashion diary
Analise Pickard, Staff • September 9, 2021

For the guys, gals, and non-binary pals, I would like to start this off by stating that ALL BODIES, I repeat, ALL BODIES, are worthy of wearing any clothes. Every night...

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Stone Meng (12) and Daniela Llaguno (11) are in the courtyard at TWHS.  They demonstrated one of the TWHS robotics robots.
SNHS hosts day of experiments
Johan Bordes, Writer • October 19, 2021

Science National Honors Society (SNHS) held a science day for children from all elementary schools in our district on Saturday/ Children had the opportunity to experience different...

Chamber Orchestra and their award at TWHS.
Orchestra named Mark of Excellence winner
Penelope Steffen, Writer • October 19, 2021

Chamber Orchestra was named a Commended Winner in the 2021 Mark of Excellence National Orchestra Honors in the String Orchestra division in Septemner. The Chamber Orchestra...

A team member fishes at Lake Conroe during a tournament last year.
Angler workshop tomorrow
Austin Tadlock, Writer • September 10, 2021

The TWHS Bass Fishing team will sponsor an Angler workshop tomorrow in Creekside at Lake Paloma from 8:30-10:30 a.m. "People are going to learn basics, and how to prepare...

AFJROTC takes 4th at national event
AFJROTC takes 4th at national event
Kaitlyn Pepper, writer • September 9, 2021

The Woodlands AFJROTC Academic team competed in Nationals in Washington D.C. in July. The Woodlands finished the national championship competition with 4 wins and 2 losses in...

Lizzy Prather handing out senior sunrise tickets in the cafeteria Sept. 30.  Tickets were free and the breakfast was sponsored by Student Council.
Meet Lizzy Prather, TWHS student body president
Amanda Bryant, Writer • October 4, 2021

What made you want to become Student Body President? “I care a lot about our school and I have a lot of school spirit. I think that school would be very dreadful if it did not...

The Wilder Blue performed at Dosey Doe on Saturday, Aug. 14, 2021 after a busy summer of touring.  It was the first time Hughes kids got to see dad Lyndon play a local show, and they even got a turn on stage.
The Wilder Blue meets red and green
Jae Green, staff • August 30, 2021

Producer and drummer and husband of TWHS English teacher Charity Hughes, Lyndon Hughes always thought he would go out on the road one day. Over the next three months, the “producer...

NYU will visit virtually on Thursday, Oct. 7, which is the final day of marking period 1.
C & C visits - Oct 4-7
Staff October 1, 2021

Note that some of them are IN PERSON! Monday – October 4 - Loyola University Chicago (IN PERSON) – 8:00am - Northern Arizona University (VIRTUAL) – 5:00pm -...

Rice University is located in downtown Houston.  Students should have a 1450 to have a chance to be considered, according to
This week in CCC
Staff September 20, 2021

September 20 – October 1 Monday – September 20 - Colby College – 8:00am - Case Western Reserve University – 10:00am Tuesday – September 21 - Dartmouth...

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Pumpkin spice lattes from Starbucks were available in September.
Pumpkin spice first timer tries Dunkin, Starbucks
Rory Cohn and Johan Bordes October 18, 2021

As the world transitions from summer to fall, seasonal food items change. With the fall season rolling in, the re-release of pumpkin spice food and drink items are here for a limited time. Two of my favorite places had some of these items, so I’m here to tell you what’s best. The first item I decided to try was the pumpkin cream cold brew from Dunkin. I had pretty high hopes for this, but I...

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Kathryns Halloween choices
Kathryn's Halloween choices
Kathryn Muehsler, Writer • October 13, 2021

HALLOWEEN SERIES (1978-2018) R Rotten Tomatoes-about 80% The Halloween movie franchise started off in 1978 and are absolute classics. Michael Myers, the infamous serial killer, has his first kill at the ripe age of six. Later on, he becomes obsessed with Jamie Lee Curtis’ character, Laurie. She is the rare getaway and Michael wants to finish...

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A dozen Crumbl cookies from opening day in Magnolia on Sept. 3.  Their app makes ordering for pick-up easy and avoids the lines.
The cookie "Crumbl-ed"
Duvillee Logan, Writer • October 8, 2021

Crumbl Cookies is a new Magnolia cookie shop that has six options available. Two are standard cookies that are available year-round and four are traded out every week. I tried all six that were available on Sept. 18. From the first look, I was impressed with the size and smell of the cookies. Each cookie was $4 or a six-pack for $20. After many ups and downs, my final review was that they were...

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