Tiger Daily News

JV and varsity lacrosse will open their season with a HOME game Saturday, Feb. 4 Versus Cedar Ridge, JV will face off at noon followed by varsity at 2 p.m. Varsity Captains Cameron Howorth, Tanner Heinchon, Connor Jamail, and Gabe Reno will be presenting the flag. Don’t know who your #1 love match is???? There’s still time to find out before Valentine’s Day! iTELL will … Continue reading Tiger Daily News

Speech and Debate at Banquete

The DSHS Speech and Debate team successfully competed at the Banquete HS Texas Forensic Association’s qualifying tournament this weekend and six students successfully ranked 5th place overall in sweepstakes based on their successful individual accomplishments. Students placing individually include- Julia Roldan- 2nd place- Informative Speaking Jackson Laws- 3rd place- Lincoln Douglas Debate Jackson Laws- 4th place – Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking Alex Silwer- 5th place- Foreign Extemporaneous … Continue reading Speech and Debate at Banquete

Students Compete at Hays County Livestock Show

The Hays County Livestock Show which is held locally at the Dripping Springs Ranch Park on Ranch Road 12 across from the Dripping Springs Elementary School. This yea, DSHS has close to 50 FFA members participating in various competitions, including showing pigs, sheep, goats, cattle, rabbits, poultry, and many different home skills events. photos by Tori Listoe and Cameron Wilson Continue reading Students Compete at Hays County Livestock Show

How Dreams are a Part of Us

Since the beginning of humans, dreams have come to us naturally during the daily sleep cycle. In ancient Greek and Roman societies, dreams were believed to have prophetical powers, and even in modern society, some still believe dreams can predict the future. Those that don’t can still get behind the science of dream analysis. Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung were the first people to have … Continue reading How Dreams are a Part of Us

Upperclassmen Moving On

The beginning of the spring semester at Dripping Springs High School and the upperclassmen are busy preparing for their upcoming plans. Soon the seniors will be walking across the football field to accept their diplomas and the junior class will move on to follow in their footsteps not long after. Deadline after deadline passes and students are more and more prepared to move on with … Continue reading Upperclassmen Moving On