The Student News Site of Bridgeland High School

The Bridge

The Student News Site of Bridgeland High School

The Bridge

The Student News Site of Bridgeland High School

The Bridge

Athletic teens and caffeine
Athletic teens and caffeine
Stevie Scheiffele, Reporter • October 26, 2022

Being an athlete isn’t easy; especially being a teen athlete. We have to manage school, club activities and family while still giving it our...

Ghosting Snapchat
Ghosting Snapchat
Charleigh Thomas, News Editor / Sports Editor • October 25, 2022

First introduced as “Picaboo” in 2011, Snapchat is known to be a popular app among adolescents. Snapchat’s trendiness comes from its user-friendly...

Testing the limit
Testing the limit
Stevie Scheiffele, Reporter • October 10, 2022

I’ve been attending public school ever since I was in kindergarten. Growing up as a Texas public school student, much has changed about the...

Crash Course
Crash Course
Haylie Stum, Co-Editor-in-Chief • May 3, 2022

Whether it’s “being canceled”, offending someone that you didn’t intend to offend, or losing relationships due to a difference in standpoint,...

It’s Not About You
It’s Not About You
Mallory Loera, Reporter • April 28, 2022

Mental health issues have soared these past two years and teachers are unfortunately one of the undermined groups that bear the brunt. Ungraded...

The Game of Deception
The Game of Deception
Carolyn Gilbert, Copy Editor / Design Editor • April 4, 2022

  The mindless tapping of a glass screen throughout the day allows for many delusive ads to strike. What seems like a minor inconvenience,...

Feeling Loved
Feeling Loved
Olivia Masterson and Courtney Smith February 14, 2022

Valentine's day is a holiday that I’ve always enjoyed despite never having an actual valentine. It’s a day dedicated entirely to love. I...

Victorias markets line up of veggies.
Keep Your Food Close and Your Farmers Closer
Brooke Gamble, Reporter • January 24, 2022

  A cold biting breeze, live music playing from half a mile away, chatter between families, the smell of fresh coffee brewing and food...

Open Letter to Education System
Open Letter to Education System
Haylie Stum, Co-Editor-in-Chief • January 13, 2022

To the education system, I just have one question. When? My question applies to a lot of things. When did assigning a plethora of assignments...

Tuition v.s. Inflation
Tuition v.s. Inflation
Carolyn Gilbert, Copy Editor / Design Editor • December 14, 2021

Tuition Troubles College tuition is a killer, and that’s no secret. Billions and billions of dollars head into colleges for tuition every...

I Wish I Never Asked
I Wish I Never Asked
Ashtyn Haggard, News editor • December 7, 2021

I wish I never asked. 5:50 a.m. It’s PSAT day for juniors, but I'm a senior. There’s practically nothing to do in classes all day, but...

Call for change to 2021-2022 COVID-19 policy
Call for change to 2021-2022 COVID-19 policy
Ashtyn Haggard, News editor • November 17, 2021

During the 2021-2022 school year, Cy-Fair Independent School District (CFISD) has an unorganized COVID-19 policy. In the 2020-2021 school year,...

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Parking Lot Perils
Emma Zwick, Reporter • November 16, 2021

Dear Bridgeland Parents, There is no reason that it should take me, a student that lives three minutes from school, 20 minutes to get into...

Its just a ball
It's just a ball
Haylie Stum, Co-Editor-in-Chief • October 25, 2021

  It’s funny how we let a ball control our lives sometimes. No, really. It’s actually really weird. A ball that doesn’t have...

Running out of Time
Running out of Time
Ryleigh Wilson, Magazine Editor / Feature Editor • October 20, 2021

Upon returning to school after a COVID-19 altered school year, students may have noticed another debut of hallway traffic. While some students...

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