Seniors organize walkout against gun violence in response to tragic Parkland shooting

Enough is enough! Enough is enough! These words echoed around the campus of Dripping Springs High School on Wednesday, February 21, as students gathered their belongings and walked out of their classrooms in protest. Why? Because students are tired of participating in the most disgusting waiting game we are all forced to play… Waiting for the next mass shooting. When is it going to happen? … Continue reading Seniors organize walkout against gun violence in response to tragic Parkland shooting

Students Push for Politics

Young Republicans Primarily associated with the image of an elephant, the Republican party, otherwise known as the GOP, is the chosen party of President Donald Trump. However, that isn’t the only person or political stance that they represent. The High School Conservatives of Texas club was formed to create a place for those with similar political views to be able to get together and talk … Continue reading Students Push for Politics

Speech and Debate wins UIL District Championship, securing overall Academics title

The Speech and Debate team won the UIL District Speech Championship yesterday at Lockhart High School.  Contributing points to our victory were: Max Bibeau, 1st place in Persuasive Speaking *Regional Qualifier Campbell Melton, 2nd place in Persuasive Speaking *Regional Qualifier Catherine Manning, 4th place in Persuasive Speaking Griffen Smith, 2nd place in Informative Speaking *Regional Qualifier Lily Sethre-Brink, 4th place in Informative Speaking, 5th place in LD … Continue reading Speech and Debate wins UIL District Championship, securing overall Academics title

Students compete in new auto engine build competition

A five member team, including Harley Stover, Tyler Austin, Garrett Parsons, Ryan Moers, and Ian Bottoms, competed in the school’s first engine building competition where the students were timed taking a Chevy 350 engine apart and putting every component back together. “This was a complete engine, meaning that if you added gasoline and a battery it would start and run,”  Jason Massey, sponsor and auto tech … Continue reading Students compete in new auto engine build competition

Softball, Baseball in Full Swing

The Spring sports season has officially kicked off as both the baseball and softball teams at Dripping Springs High School have begun their annual season. Scrimmages have ended and the first round of district is in sight. With basketball, wrestling, and other sports ending baseball and softball have gained the spotlight. “It’s cool to be the sport that everyone is talking about right now. During … Continue reading Softball, Baseball in Full Swing

Pet the Class Pet, Not Your Friends

In the past, entering the health science classroom might have been a typical experience, with only the usual posters and projects lining the walls as decoration. However, a new furry friend recently joined the ranks of both people and mice, and is fondly referred to as either Gandalf or Kip. The new class pet has sparked discussion within the student body. Whether the pet is … Continue reading Pet the Class Pet, Not Your Friends