Varsity Baseball Begins Playoff Bout Tonight

The varsity baseball team (23-9-1) finished second in the district behind New Braunfels Canyon and will face Georgetown (16-7-1) in the first round of UIL playoffs. The series kicks off at home, tonight at 7:30 p.m. before the Tigers travel north for the second game on Friday in Georgetown. If a third game is necessary, Dripping Springs will host game three on Saturday. The team … Continue reading Varsity Baseball Begins Playoff Bout Tonight

Girls Soccer Wins State: Season Reflection

Our girls varsity soccer team won their first ever state title on April 16, against Wakeland. They had an incredible season with many of their games being a complete shutout. Taking a look back onto the girls season it shows how far teamwork, hard work, determination, and having fun can get you. “From the beginning of the season seeing all the talent in the program, … Continue reading Girls Soccer Wins State: Season Reflection

Junior Wins 3rd Place in National Photography Contest

“We are excited to announce the winners of the Spring 2021 edition of Balfour’s Great Shot Photo Contest. While many photographers are still learning remotely, our panel of judges were uber-impressed by your collective talent and creativity. Thank you to the nearly 1,000 participants who submitted entries for our A Twist on Tradition, Textures and K-8 categories.“ Junior Photography I student David Jensen won $100 … Continue reading Junior Wins 3rd Place in National Photography Contest

Goodbye High School, Love Seniors

Dripping Springs High School is about to become “old stomping grounds,” for a lot of us. I can guarantee these past four years were not easy for any of us (students, teachers, and parents alike). On behalf of the class of 2021, The Class of COVID, let’s get to unpack these past four years together. Despite the ups and downs that we all experienced throughout … Continue reading Goodbye High School, Love Seniors

Growing in a Pandemic

“It’ll never be as easy as it was during kindergarten nap time,” Brooklyn Rice, sophomore said. Growing up means figuring out how to simultaneously be a student, a friend, or even a student-athlete. Generation Z, which operates primarily through the internet, is emerging into functional members of society. “With a bunch of people online, you realized who would still call you and text you while … Continue reading Growing in a Pandemic

2020 Tiger Cry Yearbook “The G.O.A.T.” Honored by Publisher for Excellence

The 2020 Tiger Cry yearbook “The G.O.A.T.” is featured in Balfour’s 35th edition of The Yearbook Yearbook – a showcase of exceptional work in theme development, design and photography from publications across the U.S. and overseas. Yearbooks published by Balfour for the 2019-20 school year were evaluated in one or more of the following areas: theme development, layout design, photo technique, secondary packages and cover design. … Continue reading 2020 Tiger Cry Yearbook “The G.O.A.T.” Honored by Publisher for Excellence

Senior Send Off: Student Prep for Life After High School

Colors of red, pink, orange, yellow and blue can be seen in the clear sky as hundreds of students sit in chairs and take their place before the last ceremony begins. Family members line the bleachers in the hot sun as they keep their eyes glued on the stage in anticipation. Once it begins loud cheers and claps are heard as names are called one … Continue reading Senior Send Off: Student Prep for Life After High School

13 Seniors to Be Honored Friday for Collegiate Fine Arts Pursuits

The fine arts department will honor 13 students moving onto to college to pursue a degree in the arts with a signing day Friday, 8 a.m. in the auditorium. The following seniors will be honored: Abramson, Brooklynn – Full Sail University, Animation Carroll, Colton – James Madison University, Theatre Huslig, Cade – Texas State University, BFA Focused on Technical Production Little, Sarah – Missouri State … Continue reading 13 Seniors to Be Honored Friday for Collegiate Fine Arts Pursuits