The Student News Site of The Woodlands High School

The Caledonian

The Student News Site of The Woodlands High School

The Caledonian

The Student News Site of The Woodlands High School

The Caledonian

After winning district, regionals up next today
After winning district, regionals up next today
Leilani Beard February 5, 2021

The TWHS Swim and Dive team dominated the 2021 District 13 Championships on Jan. 23. After interviewing the two team captains, Alyssa Sorensen and Tyler Hulet, and Coach Wade the team is clearly ready to take on Regionals and...

College playoffs should be expanded
College playoffs should be expanded
Luke Jones, Contributing writer • January 20, 2021

As of last night, the Alabama Crimson Tide won yet another college football championship. This is infuriating to many because of how dominant they are and college football fans want to see something new. Currently there are 4...

The death of Santa
The death of Santa
Ava Bass, Contributing writer • December 19, 2020

Today was the day I would break the news to my mom. I couldn't keep pretending like I had been the previous year. As I rode home on the bumpy and loud bus full of other kids...

COVID-19 virus
The mask isn't for you
Penelope Steffen, Contributing writer • December 19, 2020

I am scrolling through Tik Tok on a somehow still hot and sticky November morning waiting for my Algebra II class to start. While scrolling, I come across a video that I still...

2020: Same Catastrophes, Different Impacts
Noah Bliss, Opinion Editor • December 16, 2020

Confusion. Anger. Grief. These are the words I use to remember losing my grandfather - just seven days into 2020. I knew very early on that this year was not going to be...

View All
AFJROTC academic team travels to National Academic Bowl Championship
AFJROTC academic team travels to National Academic Bowl Championship
Chris McMartin, Contributing writer • July 7, 2021

The Woodlands High School’s Air Force JROTC Academic Team, composed of rising seniors Isa Devia Luna and Isabella Griffo, rising junior Spencer Snarr, and rising sophomore Lucas...

A student works to shape dog treats in the classroom.
A Doggone good idea
Morgan Arnold, Writer • February 11, 2021

“Woodlands Wags” began as a program at TWHS that has students creating dog treats, which began as a way for special education students to engage in a variety of ways, and has...

Sanitizers were delivered to classrooms after teachers signed up to receive one.
Robotics Club builds hands-free hand sanitizers
Rebeca Romero, Writer • February 4, 2021

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Robotics Club chose to make hands-free hand sanitizers for the school classrooms in order to help everyone stay safe and clean. “We...

Reyes and Druskoff, at TWHS before class on Thursday, Jan. 21.
Cadets awarded flight academy scholarships
Leilani Beard, Writer • January 21, 2021

Two cadets from The Woodlands High School Air Force JROTC, cadets Tyler Druskoff and Javier Peña Reyes, have been awarded the Air Force Junior ROTC Flight Academy Scholarship...

Their second book together, in June 2020.  Available on Amazon.
Junior Illustrates Children's Book
Karol Luis Dalumpines, Writer • March 1, 2021

“We have some phenomenal artists at this school whose abilities are far beyond their years, Cristobal [Carselle] being one of them. What is uniquely challenging at this school...

"Knight of the Savannah", created in colored pencil by Kinsey Lane.
Art Teacher wins award in International Exhibition
Karol Luis Dalumpines, Writer • October 13, 2020

Art teacher Kinsey A. Lane won the award “Best Picture - Nature Category” in this year’s United Kingdom Coloured Pencil Society’s International Exhibition for her titled...

College Board is responsible for the SAT and Advanced Placement tests administered to students.
Ava Lohr, Writer • February 4, 2021

As a junior at The Woodlands High School looking for colleges to apply to, something the colleges are looking for as you apply are your ACT and SAT scores. There are many...

Journey of a lifetime
Journey of a lifetime
Aliya Barela, Guest contributor • December 16, 2020

Finally, I'm a Senior! Isn't that what every 17 and 18 year old says following the dreadful and holistic Junior year? In my opinion Junior year was the hardest of my high-school...

View All
Caledonian Twitter Feed
Jinya Ramen Bar all-around awesome

Katie Pepper, Contributing writer
April 1, 2021

During spring break, I decided that I wanted something that wasn’t along the lines of plain pizza or leftover mac and cheese for dinner. While looking at reviews on Google I stumbled across the Jinya Ramen Bar. It was located in Spring, TX, and didn’t require any reservations. I gathered my family at 4:30 on a Sunday afternoon and went there. When we arrived we spent a few minutes looking for...

Continue Reading
Sapporo Isakaya serves sushi, smiles

Analise Pickard, Contributing writer
March 30, 2021

Spring Break 2021 consisted of me morphing into a couch potato and scrolling through social media sites while internally screaming out “why aren’t we going on vacation?” But alas we are still in a Panorama? Parallelogram? Perpendicular? Oh yeah, Pandemic. My family decided to take a break from our spring break adventures and renovate our house, to satisfy our boredom as we took the precaution...

Continue Reading
Cobra Kai, season 3 released

Tori Allio, Writer
February 11, 2021

Cobra Kai is one of Netflix's most popular shows. Season 3 just came out on New Year's day and lives up to expectations. Cobra Kai is about the lives of Johnny and Daniel and their rival dojos. The series takes place 30 years after the Karate Kid movie which premiered in 1984. This season is about how Johnny and Daniel realize that their rivalry went too far. They team up together, so they can...

Continue Reading
View All
Football fun snacks

What are your summer plans?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...