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 of getting the student body involved in the 2016 presidential … Continue reading A Little Blue in a Sea of Red

My Fair Lady

Coming to the Dripping Springs High School Theater on January 26, is the musical classic, My Fair Lady. “I think it’ll be a stunning production. With a stunning team, it will be magnificent. It’s a high school production of professional caliber,” said male lead, junior Connor Bailey. “We were looking for a big show that is appropriate and appealing for all age groups and that … Continue reading My Fair Lady

Through the Eyes of a Teacher

Sitting in a room artfully decorated with fall accessories as well as ever-prominent A&M gear, Yvonne Kaatz scribbles away, grading quiz after quiz. Her hair is perfectly done, her dress is wrinkle free, and her attitude is both humble and regal. Each of these small details shows something about her though, she is careful and calculated but kind and open as well. Mrs. Kaatz has … Continue reading Through the Eyes of a Teacher

The DSHS Showstoppers

On Thursday, October 13, the DSHS Choir performed their Fall Show in the auditorium with an almost full house. The choir had been working long and hard for this show and its outcome. “We’ve been preparing since the first day of school,” said Choir Director Tom Gabrielson. “Definitely seeing the end result of all our hard work is my favorite part,” he added. As it … Continue reading The DSHS Showstoppers

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 mother and educator herself, says that events like this are … Continue reading Meet the Teacher Night

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 from across the country. In its 8th year, Thunder in the Hills will … Continue reading Thunder in the Hills and on the Field

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, which include the musical My Fair Lady, The Laramie Project, … Continue reading The Spotlight on DSHS Theatre

Senior Spotlights: Color Guard

As the end of the school year approaches, competitive seasons are ending for many of the teams at Dripping Springs High School. This includes our school’s colorguard team. Seniors Amber Chavez and Chloe Willcox joined color guard long ago, not knowing what to expect. “My sister and I used to see color guard before we were even in high school, we used to see the … Continue reading Senior Spotlights: Color Guard

JD Huff is crowned Mr. Tiger

You only get one chance. One chance to stand out. One chance to show the audience that you deserve to win the title of Mr. Tiger 2016. After a formal wear competition, a swimsuit competition, a talent competition, and a group dance, the judges tallied up their scores. In third place was Jacob Thomas. In second was Tate Lewis. And after a long drum role … Continue reading JD Huff is crowned Mr. Tiger