Category: Woodlands Christian Academy – High School

The Woodlands Bar Association accepting Future Lawyer Scholarship applications

Graduation Day. Clipping path included.Applications are now being accepted by graduating seniors residing in Montgomery County for the “2017 Future Lawyers Scholarship in Memoriam Ida G. Stewart” and the “2017 Future Lawyers Scholarship in Memoriam Kevin T. Shea.”

Each scholarship will award $3,000 to outstanding local high school students through The Woodlands Bar Association (WBA) scholarship program. Read more…

Golf: Castagnola ready to help Highlanders compete at state

5718ed83954ef.imageWith the amount of success he’s seen on the course, it might be hard to believe that golf hasn’t always been Adrian Castagnola’s No.1 sport.

The Woodlands senior used to be a highly-ranked prep tennis player along with his twin brother Kris, but his love for golf eventually took over, and he made the decision to put all his focus into the sport that he will continue playing at the next level. click here for complete storyclick here for complete story

Girls Soccer: Potent Pipers: Sisters Grace and Sarah control the midfield for The Woodlands

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The Woodlands’ Sarah Piper (28) celebrates with Grace Piper (29) after scoring a goal earlier this season.

Twenty-eight. Twenty-nine. One follows the other. The inverse is the case for the two players who don those jersey numbers for The Woodlands girls soccer team: sisters Grace and Sarah Piper.

Grace (No. 29) is a senior, destined to continue her playing career at Texas A&M next school year. Sarah (No. 28), a freshman, is a member of the U.S. Under-16 Girls National Team and will be traveling to compete in Italy next month.

It’s safe to say the joy of soccer runs rampant through every fiber of their bodies whenever they take the field. It’s also a sport that has been instrumental in forging their bond as siblings. click here for complete story

Academics: SCI://TECH celebrates innovative minds

The Education for Tomorrow Alliance celebrated sharp minds and bright ideas during the 26th annual SCI://TECH Exposition.

From magnet exploration to the magic of electricity, hundreds of students put their best experiments on display at the Lone Star Convention Center in Conroe.

“It’s great, “ Conroe resident Guy Munster said. “My kids come every year. It’s important for them to explore.” click here for complete story

Girls Basketball: Conroe rolls over Lady Highlanders 42-23

Conroe_vs_TWHSConroe brought an unstoppable defense to their road game against The Woodlands High School girls basketball team and took the victory 42-23. Watch highlights from the game here.

Conroe head coach Tamisha Houston said that her team’s huge defensive game has brought a lot of success to their season. click here for complete story

(video) Parents Beware: Drugs that look like candy, often found at school

On top of the many things that parents have to worry about, there’s a new threat that involves drugs that look like candy.

Shirley says her 15-year-old son got candy laced with drugs from a student he didn’t know at Summer Creek High School last month. He told her it looked just like jolly ranchers. click here for complete story and video

Football: Friday Night Sights – Games to watch this weekend

Oak Ridge vs Klein Forest

Last Friday night, the War Eagles ran the Mustangs out of Woodforest Bank Stadium—literally.

 

College Park vs Katy Taylor

One week after a halftime lead over traditional power Pearland vanished in the third quarter, the Cavaliers were hoping to even their record at 1-1 in Saturday’s non-district game with Aldine Eisenhower at W.W. Thorne Stadium.

TWCA @Cypress Christian

The Woodlands Christian Academy fell to 1-1 on the season after dropping a 41-13 decision to Westbury Christian on Thursday night in Houston.

John Cooper vs Rosehill Christian

Last week John Cooper fell 55-31 to Greenhill. Now the Dragons turn their attention to Rosehill Christian in Copper’s third straight home game of the season.

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