The Bridge

  • October 3Varsity Football wins game against Woods saying undefeated
  • November 30Varsity football defeats Cy-Fair High School in non-district game to remain undefeated going into district play.
  • November 30Varsity volleyball loses in third round of playoffs to #1 ranked Klein High School.
Senior Spotlight: Zana Tello

Senior Spotlight: Zana Tello

Della Fowler, Photo and Graphics Editor March 20, 2020
Going into senior year, Zana Tello had a mission. She didn’t want to be stressed or anxious over things in the way she was during her junior year. However, her culture was calling her. 
From the diamond to the desk

From the diamond to the desk

Olivia Masterson, Co-Editor-in-Chief March 20, 2020
Coach Weatherly has served as an inspiration for all of his students, truly embodying what it means to be Teacher of the Year. He sets the bar high for what a teacher should be, both in the classroom and on the field. Every single day he pushes students to keep working, keep giving it their all, so that they can see the potential he sees in them. 
Graphic made in Adobe Spark

The pressure of perfection

Della Fowler and Olivia Masterson January 31, 2020
As of November 18, 2019, 47% of the junior class had a 6.0 GPA or higher. Based on the pressure coming from parents, school, society and even more, students like junior Jacob Grosch began to give up on even trying to do their best due to the fear of not matching up to the standards they hold. It’s almost as if high school is an arena. 
Junior Cara Hudson and junior Tommy Yarrish share emotional moment after receiving their national finalist awards. Yarrish placed second in Social Media Reporting.

A picture is worth a thousand miles

Kaiya Little, Editor-in-Chief December 19, 2019
Cara Hudson stands in front of some of her biggest supporters as she finds out she’s been nominated for something big, and in a few months time she will stand in front of them again, this time on a stage thousands of miles from home. 
Be Someone: a season of marching success

Be Someone: a season of marching success

Olivia Masterson, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 10, 2019
With three years of being active, Bridgeland Band already has some impressive achievements for such a new band under their belt. With their recent wins along with last years’ they’ve come far, but that doesn't mean they aren’t still growing. 
No Snooze? You Lose

No Snooze? You Lose

Olivia Masterson, Co-Editor-in-Chief October 1, 2019
3 a.m. Everyone else in the house is fast asleep dreaming of faraway lands. The distinct clicking of a keyboard can be heard down the hall. Someone is still awake. An exhausted teen sits awake at their desk. Folders are strewn about with no clear order and sticky notes filled with reminders on every open surface. They’re hunched over their computer, hurriedly completing an English essay so they can move onto the unfinished science project that’ll take them the rest of the night to finish if they’re lucky.
Salgado enjoys a meal with her friends.

Lost and Found in Japan

Kaiya Little, Editor-in-Chief May 30, 2019
Deciding to spend a semester over 6,406 miles away is not a trip for the faint of heart to say the least, but Salgado knew her sophomore year had to be one for the books.
2018-2019 Teacher of the Year Juan Guevara

‘Picture Perfect’ Teacher of the Year

Kaiya Little, Editor-in-Chief February 1, 2019
“Awesome! Great!" Are just a few words that came to mind when photography teacher and all around fan favorite Juan Guevara - affectionately called ‘G’ -  found out about his Teacher of the Year award. But these are also the same words crossing the minds of his many students in reference to his class, knowing that each day brings a new lesson filled to the brim with creativity and passion.
Jacilyn Averill poses with her hand splints after her diagnosis.

Handling a new challenge

Della Fowler, Photo and Graphics Editor January 31, 2019
“I didn’t want this to happen,” freshman Jacilyn Averill said to her mother while sitting in the hospital room.
Leazer warms up with his troupe before their group acting performance at Texas Thespians Festival in November.

Shifting the spotlight

Joleigh Underwood, Managing Magazine Editor January 31, 2019
It’s 6:30 on Thursday night. He walks out of the black box theater after rehearsal, exhausted from directing for hours. But today isn’t just any Thursday.
Finding a place in a new home

Finding a place in a new home

Joleigh Underwood, Managing Magazine Editor December 19, 2018
Dr. Yolanda Sneed walks into her office at 5:50 a.m. October 15th.  It’s her first day on the job as associate principal at Bridgeland - her first day as an associate principal at all.  
Flutists perform in front of the Watercolor backdrops.

A “Berry” big victory

Kaiya Little, Editor-in-Chief November 27, 2018
Long hours of practice for students from the marching band and color guard programs paid off on October 13, 2018, as they took top prize against various schools at the fourth annual Battle at the Berry competition held at the Richard E. Berry Center in Cypress.
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