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Stories from Prosper High School
Junior offensive tackle commits to play college football
Sports

Ana Arredondo | February 21, 2019

After receiving his first offer from Colorado Boulder during his sophomore year, offensive tackle Jake Majors said he knew he wanted to continue playing football far after his high school career.

Majors,…

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Counselors, parents meet to discuss teenage communication book
News

Isabella Abraham | January 30, 2019

Parents gathered to discuss the ins and outs of raising teenagers at the counselors’ first book study session Wednesday, Jan. 16, from 9-10 a.m. in the library. As the meetings continue, the counselors…

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Student starts ‘soleful’ petition </br>to go shoeless after being dress-coded
Opinions

Katie Johnson | January 28, 2019

Noah Paape isn’t the typical sophomore. He’s got the long hair, painted nails, eccentric fashion taste and lack of shoes to prove it. The 15-year-old goes almost everywhere shoeless, from playing on-stage…

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Sophomore golfer heads to college-level tournament
Sports

Grace Williamson | January 25, 2019

Sophomore Haili Moore is approaching this tournament just like it’s any other. But, her nerves remind her that it’s one of the biggest competitions of her high school golf career – so far.

In her second…

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Senior kicker plays in Under Armour All-America game
Sports

Ana Arredondo | January 25, 2019

When Cade York first started to play football, he said he believed he would be kicking soccer balls at the collegiate level instead of making field goals. But, after attending the Kohl’s Kicking Camp in…

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Girls’ cross country – A job well-run
Sports

Grace Williamson | December 28, 2018

Aubrey O’Connell, 17:59. Sadie-Leigh Gonzales, 19:12. Tatum Castillo, 19:21. Madison Christy, 19:36. Emily Kern, 20:13. Alexis Svoboda, 20:17. Kirstin Towle, 22:02.

Girls cross country made district…

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It’s worth buying: ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ by The 1975
Arts & Entertainment

Katie Johnson | December 14, 2018

After two years, the group  The 1975 is back with another heavily awaited album. “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships” dives into the societal need to project oneself online as well as lead singer…

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Engineers gear up for 2019 ‘Solar Car Challenge’
Features

Grace Williamson | December 13, 2018

The high school’s “Mighty Engineer Club” will race their solar car at the Texas Motor Speedway July 15. The Solar Car Challenge is a product of a 15-month cycle, including participating in specific workshops,…

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Students encounter new faces, tight spaces
News

Kennedy Wyles | November 28, 2018

Prosper’s immense growth has resulted in changes throughout the community. With more than 2,289 new students this year and a rate of 19.3-percent growth, administration representatives said they continue…

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Senior cooks up future career </br>through culinary arts program
Features

Maddie Moats | November 2, 2018

After years of practice and dedication to culinary arts, senior Bella Alicea knows the path she wants to take. As it turns out, it all traces back to holidays in with her grandmother, carefully crafting…

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Surroundings change, music remains same
Features

Kennedy Wyles | November 1, 2018

Moving overseas can bring fear of the unknown, but for senior William Lewis, this experience introduced him to a newfound love.

Initially a tuba player, Prosper band has brought Lewis new opportunities,…

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Boating accident changes student’s life
Features

Ryan Stanley | October 30, 2018

Pinned against the wall with the boat crushing him, junior Trett Johnson had no idea what his life-threatening injury would entail.

After spending July 3, 2017, on the lake with his family, Johnson…

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Senior sword fighter draws new interest to sport of past
Showcase

Ryan Stanley | October 29, 2018

While other students find their home on the court or football field, senior Will Rosar finds his with a sword in his hands.  

Will started sword fighting, specifically known as historical European…

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Democratic candidate answers student questions at ‘Town Hall Forum’
Midterm Elections

Haley Medeiros | October 23, 2018

U.S. House 3rd District Democratic Candidate Lorie Burch answered students’ questions and told the Oct. 3 “Town Hall Forum” audience one of her goals included earning their trust.

Government students…

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Senior reflects on his coming-out story, its impact
Features

Neha Madhira | October 18, 2018

LGBT+. This acronym gave him a place to fit. This acronym helped him identify with something, so he could sink back into his “own skin” and keep up the confidence those who knew him said he always had….

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