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

Student Spotlight – DJ Jacob Garza

Mark Twain once said, “Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.” Windsong Elementary fourth grader Jacob Garza is a walking billboard of this concept. For the past two years, Garza has been living out his dream of becoming a professional DJ. His journey first began when his uncle gave him his first … Read More

Cline Elementary students take on the roles of city council members

Cline Elementary students participated in the Friendswood City Council meeting on Monday, Oct. 1. Second graders Kade Ambeau, Brystol Del Bello, William Esbeck, Gary Faltysek, Beau Hanks, Carter Kirkpatrick, Kingsley Lovell, Tory Merritt, Aislee Rasmussen and Zoha Sahib took part in a special agenda item by replacing the council members in an effort to pass a resolution to make Oct. … Read More

FHS students “Pink Out” for Breast Cancer Awareness

It does not have to be a Wednesday in order to wear pink (I hope you enjoy that Mean Girls reference), and Friendswood High School students proved that on Friday Sept. 28 as they continued their annual Pink Out game tradition. Students dressed in pink throughout the school day and continued on during the volleyball and football games in order … Read More

Student Spotlight – Sebastien Bartlett (Recycling Club)

According to TheWorldCounts.com, 2.12 billion tons of waste is produced globally each year. Of this, approximately nine tenths of solid waste do not get recycled. The Friendswood High School Recycling Club and Sebastien Bartlett, FHS senior, are on a mission to decrease this number by recycling more and encouraging others to do the same. Bartlett has been a part of … Read More