Tigers take region at academic UIL

Thirteen Dripping Springs High School students traveled to The University of Texas at San Antonio the last Friday and Saturday, April 22-23, to compete in the UIL regional competition. “The students did really well,” facilitator of learning and innovation, Karen Tiller said. “On Saturday, we competed in computer applications, literary criticism, current events, ready writing, spelling, and news writing.” Not only did students perform well … Continue reading Tigers take region at academic UIL

UIL Choir was a success

On Wednesday April 20th, DSHS choir participated in their first choir UIL competition at the Hayes Performing Arts Center in Kyle. The UIL choir competition involves all school participating in the region. The school must perform four songs on stage: three of them being practiced songs, and once being a sight-read song. Four different choirs were involved: the varsity mixed choir, the varsity treble choir, … Continue reading UIL Choir was a success

Leaders don’t always lead

High school gives us a plethora of chances to lead different organizations and groups. While many students take these opportunities to assume higher positions in clubs they are passionate about, or give their best shot and leading a group of their peers, many simply use these occasions to look impressive on college resumes. I think leadership in young people is an incredible thing, but I … Continue reading Leaders don’t always lead

Battle of the Bands; a Tele-Coming of age story

On April 14th at 6pm, the epic annual Battle of the Bands was held at The Rusty Mule in Austin. Battle of the Bands is a competition between local DSHS student garage bands to see who can outperform the other and come up on top. The winner of the previous Battle of the Bands is invited to return and perform, next year, and also won … Continue reading Battle of the Bands; a Tele-Coming of age story