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The Children of Creek

Story by: Amelia Reyes and Dominique McClain January 8, 2019

Within our campus, the Child Guidance program allows students hands-on experience with children that will benefit them in the future. This program prepares teachers and excellent leaders of tomorrow. Junior...

Student designs Tech Fest brochure

Student designs Tech Fest brochure

Story by: Sam Billings, Editor-in-Chief April 24, 2018

Senior Lydia Estepp was selected by the district to design and create the brochure for the district Technology Festival on April 12. The festival provides an opportunity showcase student's technology...

FRED ambassadors accepting applications for $750 FRED scholarship

FRED ambassadors accepting applications for $750 FRED scholarship

Story by: Lydia Estepp, Copy/Design Editor April 11, 2018

  The period to apply for the FRED senior scholarship ends on Wednesday, April 11 at 3 p.m. The scholarship, worth $750, will go to one senior who exhibits the qualities of a good person, or a...

Theater wins at district UIL

Theater wins at district UIL

Story by: Lydia Estepp, Copy/Design Editor April 2, 2018

After winning at district with their one act play “Reckless,” the Creek theater department advanced to UIL bi-district, where they did not advance. Junior Allison Lindsey, who won the award for...

Full Week of Finals

Full Week of Finals

Story by: Jaidyn Hatchett, Reporter December 14, 2017

For the past few years, the finals week schedule has always included half days. This year, however, students will have a four day week with full school hours. Finals week starts on Monday, December 18...

Flipping to success

Senior Josh William's gymnastics success
Story by: Kai Fortner Newby, Feature Editor November 22, 2017

Three time ring champion. Three time member of the regional gymnastics team. Two time hardest worker award. Josh Williams, an accomplished gymnast at Cypress Academy, roams the hallways of Cypress...

Let students take a BREAK from homework

Why students should not have homework over holiday breaks
Story by: Jaidyn Hatchett, Reporter December 19, 2016

Every student looks forward to holiday breaks for the purpose of  going out of town or catching up on sleep previously lost from late nights doing homework. Breaks from school should consist of an actual...

Music Monday – Election Day

Story by: Sam Billings, News Editor November 10, 2016

With election day coming up, we celebrate with this playlist full of artists that have endorsed certain candidates and offer reminders for people to vote for the future of America.

Photo Courtesy of Anhthu Pham

Living life on pointe

Story by: Ashlei Gosha, Entertainment Editor August 16, 2016

Her heart beats fast. Sweat starts to bead on her forehead. Her muscles,  loose from stretching, tense up from excitement. Looking into the darkness before the stage, she dances free from the feeling...

Illustration by Alexis Garrison and Esmeralda Harvey.

District-required classes set students at a slow PACE

Story by: Libby Sullivan, Business Manager February 22, 2016

During their high school careers, students must complete semester-long courses like Health and Personal Academic and Career Exploration (PACE). Even so, the current mandatory classes do not help educate...

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