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News and Announcements

Attention TCC/Dual Credit students, textbooks from the spring semester are due back in the K-Hall office today. Failure to turn in your TCC textbooks will result in a fine amount being placed on your account.
Also, please know that backpacks or other large bags of any sort will not be allowed on campus beginning June 1. Ladies will be allowed to carry normal sized purses. No backpacks or oversized bags will be allowed. Students that bring backpacks will have those confiscated and held until June 8.
The Lost & Found will be cleaned out on Wednesday.
V.O.E. forms: if you will be renewing your license, taking driver’s ed and getting your permit during the summer. You will need to request a V.O. E form, These will not be ready until the last day of school. These will also have the last day of school’s date on it, so they will be good for all summer, instead of just 30 days.

News

Split testing schedule growing on students

By Vin Nguyen Staff Writer Junior Peyton Watkins didn’t care much for the idea of taking exams before and after the winter break. That was then. In the second year un...  Read More »

January 15, 2016

Jags make college choices official

December 4, 2015

By Vin Nguyen Staff Writer Before the break, four  athletes had the honor of taking they next step in securing their future. On Nov. 11, Ivone Walke...  Read More »

District moving back to block schedule

October 22, 2015

By Vin Nguyen Staff Writer After four years on a nine-period schedule, the MISD will return to block scheduling for the 2016-17 school year. Th...  Read More »

Spring Signing Day

May 22, 2015

With high school coming to an end, seniors are beginning their journey to college. On May 19th, six athletes decided to take their education further and...  Read More »

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Multimedia

Is Standardized Testing Really That Important?

Teressa Leffall, Staff Writer

The importance of standardized testing in schools around the U.S. is quite immense. Everything that a student learns throughout the year is supposed to be demonstrated on...  Read More »

May 29, 2014

Getting Around the Cost of College

April 25, 2014

High school is a usually a very amusing, interesting, and life-developing experience. Every year, new students come and old students go. And those old...  Read More »

Senioritis Season Has Begun

April 11, 2014

At the end of the year when everything just feels like it’s dragging on and on, high school seniors come across a made up disease known as Senioritis....  Read More »

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Opinion

How Important Are Our Annual Standardized Tests?

Kevin Booza, Staff Writer

Each year high school students take a standardized test ranging from careers in the military to practice SATs. These tests can prepare students for their imminent futures,...  Read More »

January 22, 2015

Resorting to Violence

Asa Rice, Staff Writer

In the world we live in today, most people automatically resort to violence when confronted with any type of conflict. Almost every day, we see terrorist attacks, rioting,...  Read More »

December 11, 2014

Are Class Rings Worth the Money?

December 4, 2014

At the beginning of a student’s junior year, they are given the option to buy a class ring. They generally range from $200-$400, and symbolize a student’s...  Read More »

Christians and a Common Moral Debate

October 30, 2014

Christianity is the predominant religion in the United States. The bible forbids multiple items that we use everyday. Today, it seems that some Christians...  Read More »

Should Sex Ed Be Taught In Schools?

October 29, 2014

Sexual Education is an important subject within our society. In Texas alone, 76,400 adolescent girls are impregnated every year. In order to decrease that...  Read More »

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MyBlogs

New Ride Shows Lack of Interest in Original Park

Josh Martella, Editor

It has been over six years since Six Flags Over Texas has had a true new roller coaster, and it will be at least another year until it does.

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September 2, 2014

College Season Starts With Rare Strong Schedule

October 20, 2011

Cooking Up Some Great Relationships

October 1, 2010

Michigan, Notre Dame Cap Great Second Week of College Football

September 15, 2010

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Video

How We Remember 9/11

The tenth anniversary of 9/11 is this Sunday. How Summit students and teachers remember that day and how they wish future generations remember it.

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Recent Posts

Jags make college choices official

By Vin Nguyen Staff Writer Before the break, four  athletes had the honor of taking they next step in securing their future. On Nov. 11, Ivone Walker, Medric Rober...  Read More »

December 4, 2015

District moving back to block schedule

October 22, 2015

Students swap old iPads for mini versions

October 2, 2015

Jags run past MHS for 44-28 win

September 14, 2015

Sports

Jags make college choices official

By Vin Nguyen Staff Writer Before the break, four  athletes had the honor of taking they next step in securing their future. On Nov. 11, Ivone Walker, Medric Rober...  Read More »

December 4, 2015

Spring Signing Day

May 22, 2015

State Track Accomplishments

May 21, 2015

Student Signings

February 9, 2015

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Features

Summer Jobs

Kevin Booza, Staff Writer

During the summer, students of all ages look to make extra money. Some mow lawns, work fast food, clean up yards, clean cars, or babysit. Whether it’s to pay for food or...  Read More »

April 6, 2015

The Most Important Meal of the Day

January 27, 2015

It has been said again and again that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Schools push a healthy breakfast before tests and coaches push a...  Read More »

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  • Students swap old iPads for mini versions

    Hello iPad Minis and goodbye iPad 2s. The new iPad Mini's have recently been distributed to students these past two weeks. The switch from iPad 2...

  • Here in the Future

    Here in the Future

  • The Dark Side of Technology

    Not too long ago, social networking wasn’t important, but between Twitter, Snapchat, and Facebook, it has become extremely prevalent in today’s so...

  • If I Stay

    The movie If I Stay, based on the best-selling novel by Gayle Forman, was released Aug. 22. It's based around the life of 17-year-old Mia Hall who is...

  • Young-Adult Faceoff

    Divergent is an action and adventure film that includes supernatural conflicts and ideas one could consider similar to The Hunger Games. To set the co...

  • Sports Page Gets a New Look

    If you click on the Sports tab above in the menu bar, you might see something different than what you were expecting. The Sports page is now filled wi...

  • Band Booster Craftfest

    Craftfest is on Nov 9th in the Summit High School Band Hall and throughout the school. Craftfest is an event where a individual people come and se...

  • Homecoming King and Queen

    Last week, students participated in Homecoming, a high school tradition popular especially in the South. The week was filled with dress up days, mums,...

  • Hallway Runway

    Trying to look the best we can in high school can potentially prepare us for the future that lies ahead. By caring about our appearance, we may gain r...

  • Ashley SantaMaria

    Shirt: a friends Shorts: Thrifted Leggings: Forever 21 Biker Boots: Forever 21 Cardigan: American Eagle   Ashley is pulling off...

The School Newspaper of Mansfield Summit High School.
The School Newspaper of Mansfield Summit High School.