Tag: Dripping Springs

  • Dazzlers and High Steppers

    Our two dance teams at school are the High steppers and Dazzlers. But what is the difference between the two? High steppers are a higher level Varsity dance team where the Dazzlers are the JV version of the team. High steppers perform at the Varsity Sports game and the Dazzlers do the JV and Freshman […]

  • A Little Blue in a Sea of Red

    In high school, students are often living in a bubble where their only concerns are their GPAs and social life. However, a new club has recently surfaced and is filled with kids who added a very different and important topic to that list: politics. The Young Democrats club was made two months ago in hopes […]

  • Meet the Teacher Night

    Last Monday, hundreds of parents went back to high school for a night at the DSHS Meet the Teacher event on September 12. Meet the Teacher is an annual event at Dripping Springs High School that allows parents to go through their child’s schedule and interact with all their teachers in person. Jacqueline Glenn, a […]

  • Thunder in the Hills and on the Field

    Thunder is a noise that holds great power and begs for respect from all who are near, so it only makes sense that the Tiger Drumline hosts the Thunder in the Hills Drumline contest annually. Bands from around Texas are given the opportunity to showcase their talents in front of a renowned panel of judges […]

  • The Spotlight on DSHS Theatre

      The DSHS theatre department has high hopes this year, beginning with their first production, Noises Off. Theater director Rachel Koske is looking forward to this classic comedy that the team has wanted to do for a long time.   “Noises Off will be the department’s big, hilarious jumpstart to this year’s lineup of productions, […]

  • Band plays Rach, Paper, Scissorhands

    The Dripping Spring High School Tiger Band will blend the music of Sergei Rachmaninoff and Danny Elfman to create a show it’s calling “Rach, Paper, Scissorhands” for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year. “We have two selections from Sergei Rachmaninoff and three selections from the actual soundtrack of Edward Scissorhands,” junior drum major Lauren Gordon said. “We […]

  • 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, […]

  • Tiger track takes home bronze

    Seniors Trevor Heinz and Colton Hawkins, Junior Zack Kovar, and sophomore Bryce Kalsu came in third against thousands of other competing runners in the 4 X 800 at Texas Relays on Saturday. Though not the case in many states, the 4 X 800 isn’t a required track and field activity in Texas, so it’s still […]

  • DSHS varsity takes home the win in their first district game against Marble Falls

    The Dripping Springs varsity baseball team won their first district game of the season on March 21, 2016, against the Marble Falls Mustangs with a final score of 3-2. While it took the team a while to find their tempo, senior Dalton Warren never had any doubts that the team could not defeat the Mustangs. […]

  • Varsity tennis competes in district 5A

    The Dripping Springs Tigers varsity tennis team competed in the District 5A tournament on April 5-6. This ever important tournament may have stressed the players, but head coach Cary Jackson’s faith in the team never wavered. “Our results were as expected,” said Jackson. “We compete in a very tough district so i think we played […]