Please congratulate the following students for placing at Business Professionals of American regional event on Saturday, January 17th. Qualifying for State – March 4- 6 Dallas Shankia Silva – Prepared Speech – 1st Caitlin Pray – Fundamental Desktop Publishing – … Read More
Santa Project makes holidays brighter for many young kids Giving to others is an important part of the holiday season and National Technical Honor Society students at Friendswood High School learned the joy of seeing it personally with their … Read More
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and FCCLP (Family Careers and Community Leaders of America) wants everyone attending the Oct. 31 football game to wear pink. This is the fourth year the FCCLP group was in charge of Pink Out. … Read More
Shanika Silva, senior at Friendswood High School has made the Business Professionals of America (BPA) club proud by taking home many awards and titles at public speaking competitions across the country. Silva, started her journey at Cline Elementary as a … Read More
New Ultimate Frisbee event to fund research in Cystic Fibrosis Two FHS seniors are sponsoring an Ultimate Frisbee Tournament at Westwood/Bales from 3-7 pm on August 9. It is all part of a new organization. Katherine Harclerode and Emelie Nelson … Read More
Not every student in Friendswood ISD finishes competing before school ends in May or early June. Eight FHS members of Health Occupations Students of America or HOSA competed at National contest during the summer at Walt Disneyworld. “We are so … Read More
FHS HOSA represented Texas and FHS by placing at Nationals at Walt Disney World in Florida with over 8000 in attendance! 5 out of 8 students placed or were recognized on stage. The following students participated in National Competition: Nathan … Read More
FHS CTE has 3 different groups trying to raise money to attend and compete at Nationals. Our HOSA (Health Occupations Students of American), Skills USA (Video Production) and FCCLA (Family Consumer Careers Leaders of America) are all working to send … Read More
Madres donated 20% of all food sold from 5-8 to the CTE students who qualified for nationals. Shown in the picture are the HOSA and the FCCLA Students.
Mr. Griffon joins the Culinary I and II students when they hosted the CTE Advisory Committee Breakfast.