Student spotlight – Jordan Payne

Despite having the word “guard” in its name, color guard is where FHS junior Jordan Payne lets her guard down most and escapes into the rhythm of the music and the dance. This past year has not been an easy year for Jordan (details will not be disclosed), but even after many dark days, she has still managed to earn … Read More

FHS Homecoming 2018

The Friendswood High School Mustangs battled the Shadow Creek High School Sharks during their Homecoming game on Friday, Oct. 19 at Henry Winston Stadium. The Mustangs played a tough game resulting in a Shark 27-19 win. During halftime, Homecoming candidates were escorted onto the field for the winners to be announced. The Homecoming Queen candidates were Reagan Greny, escorted by … Read More

FHS Homecoming traditions – panel review

Every family has its traditions and the Friendswood High School family is no exception. There are deep-rooted traditions in the Mustang family, especially dealing with Homecoming, but how do people really feel about the traditions? Are they relevant? Are they outdated? Are they vital to the culture of Mustang Pride? Three people weighed in on this. Meet the panel: Pepper … Read More

Friendswood High School ‘rocks’ the Homecoming Parade

It was time to put another dime in the jukebox at the Rock ‘n’ Roll with Friendswood High School Homecoming parade on Thursday, Oct. 18 near First Baptist Church. There were 33 entries in the parade including cars for the Homecoming queen finalists, sweetheart finalists, alumni from the graduating classes of 1978 and 1999, and other clubs/organizations representing classic bands … Read More

FHS Spanish students write letters to Guatemalan hospital-bound children

Earlier this semester, Friendswood High School Spanish students took part in writing letters of encouragement to children in the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala City, Guatemala. The idea came from two sisters, Ava, freshman, and Sarah Carambat, junior, who approached their Spanish teacher D’Ann Hervada about wanting to give back. Giving back has always been a big part … Read More

Student Spotlight – Luke Revere

Friendswood High School senior Luke Revere is the modern-day version of Clark Kent / Superman by showing how two very different worlds can collide into one. Revere puts every stereotype to rest when it comes to defining a “classic jock” or a “classic nerd.” Instead of allowing himself to be categorized, Revere pursues his passions with equal ambition. Revere is … Read More

FHS has five named National Merit Semifinalists

Friendswood High School had five students named semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Competition. This competition evaluates the scores high school students (not exceeding their junior year) receive on their Preliminary SAT (PSAT) / National Merit Qualifying Test (NMQT) to create a selection index score. This score is calculated by doubling the sum of the reading, writing and language, … Read More

Seussical the Musical invitation

The Friendswood High School Theatre Department’s production of “Seussical the Musical” opens on Saturday, Sept. 15 at 7:00 p.m. in the FHS Myrlene Kennedy Auditorium. The show follows an award-winning musical written by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty which adapts numerous famous Dr. Seuss books including “The Cat in the Hat” and “Horton Hears a Who!” into one cohesive tale. … Read More

Student spotlight – Quinn Radtke

Not everyone expresses themselves through words; some express themselves through art or dance or music, but Friendswood High School sophomore Quinn Radtke expresses herself through tennis. “Tennis is a great way for me to express myself since I’m very shy,” Radtke said. “It allows me to be active and show my work ethic.” It is her quiet ways and inspiring … Read More