FJH in1960

  Teacher, Autumn Bockart and her son, Hudson, performed as Sonny and Cher at her annual Sixties talent show, culminating the end of a history unit on the 1960s. Music had a big impact on life in the decade and changed many areas of the status quo. Imagine this group of FJH as The Beach Boys following their presentation of … Read More

FHS senior named semifinalist in 73rd annual Science Talent Search

Roma Pradhan, FHS senior, has been named a semifinalist of the 73rd annual Science Talent Search. Friendswood High School is one of 185 across the US from which one or more Intel STS semifinalists were named this year. This is a proud reflection on FHS and its educators who support dedicated young researchers. EachIntel STS semifinalist will be awarded $1000. … Read More

NYC and the FHS Choir

FHS Choir students recently took their spring break trip to NewYork City. Some of the highlights of the trip included: attendance at threeBroadway musicals:  Aladdin,Matilda, and Newsies; participation in a Disney Broadway workshop; tour of Radio City MusicHall; Top of the Rock (observation deck of Rockefeller Plaza); Statue of Liberty and EllisIsland tour and tour of New York City and … Read More

FFA Winner Announced

FFA member Nick Peden (with the help of Bryce Giles showing the baby calf) won his class and the division of his breed this weekend, This is one of the largest livestock shows where a student can compete.

FHS Theatre Department receives 6 Tommy Tune nominations

The 2014Tommy Tune Award nominations were announced recently and Friendswood HighSchool received the following nominations for their production of 42nd Street: Best Direction- Kathy Powdrell; Best Choreography – Ashley Marmaro; Best Musical Direction- Janwin Overstreet-Goode; Best Orchestra- Julio Sanchez; Best ScenicDesign; and Best Ensemble/Chorus. The TommyTune Awards will be presented on Wednesday, April 16, at the Hobby Center for the … Read More

Raffle Winner Announced

Pearland family wins Friendswood ISD Education Foundation Raffle   A family in Pearland is all smiles as they plan weekends with their new Kawasaki 4×4 vehicle they won from theFriendswood ISD Education Foundation raffle. Diane Leaverton was the name drawnat the Moonlight Masquerade gala Feb. 15 at The Houstonian. The winning ticket of Leaverton’s was sold to her by Sky … Read More

Dr. K would have been proud!

  To Cast, Crew, Pit Band, & Volunteers of the FHS Production, 42nd Street The 46th musical to be presented at Friendswood High School  was dedicated to the woman who started the whole program in 1969 and students involved made it a production in her memory. Myrlene Kennedy, Ph.D. or Dr. K as she was affectionately known, was the founder … Read More

FJH at UIL

The Friendswood Choir Department continued the tradition of excellence at the UIL competition held at Clear Springs High School on March 5 & 6. The Concert Choir received a superior rating on stage. The Mustang and Chamber Choirs received the top score available from all 6 judges, affectionately know as “straight 1’s”, granting them a sweepstakes rating. It is the … Read More

FHS senior named semifinalist in 73rd annual Science Talent Search

Roma Pradhan, FHS senior, has beennamed a semifinalist of the 73rd annual Science Talent Search.Friendswood High School is one of 185 across the US from which one or more Intel STS semifinalists were named this year. This is a proud reflection on FHS and its educators who support dedicated young researchers. Each Intel STS semifinalist will be awarded $1000. In … Read More

Natatorium offers Physics students a chance ‘to float their boats’

Not often does anyone at the FISD Natatorium see boats embarking on pool waters but that was exactly what was happening Monday, March 3 when Physics teacher Don McGowan  had his students test the Archimedes’ Principle. This was the first Physics cardboard boat races at the Natatorium. Alexandra Bahadori and McGowan’s classes were trying out a project. The group assignment … Read More