The Heist captures audience with originality

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ The Heist is a collection of previously released singles and new songs by the independent rapper-producer duo, and their first album to attain mainstream success. The album benefits from a strong ensemble of guest musicians, catchy hip-hop beats, and a diverse selection of emotional themes, running the gamut from the humorous “Thrift Shop” to the political “Same Love.”

Season of Giving, Season of Hope

Men and women standing outside of stores ringing bells, children’s names hanging on Christmas trees, piles of canned goods stacked at the local food bank – all symbols of goodwill that seems to pour out during the holiday season. With lights, trees, gifts, food, and family, the holiday season is considered the greatest time of the year. But unfortunately, some cannot have a joyful holiday without a helping hand.

Academic team enjoys success at invitational meet

The UIL academic team competed in the Belton Invitational on Saturday, Dec. 8. Senior Noel Tate placed 1st in Computer Applications, while sophomore Andy Ramirez placed 3rd. The Journalism Team consisting of juniors Alanis King, Andrea Mendes, Maurissa Ramirez, Justin Sanders and Emily Nash took home the 1st place team award. Individually, King placed 1st […]

Teacher hopes students act out in class

Many students spend their whole high school and college careers trying to figure out what they want to do with their life, but every once in a while a student knows the direction of their future early on. For theatre teacher Christopher Rogers, this was definitely the case.

End of Watch brings stark reality of police work to big screen

David Ayer’s newest movie End Of Watch, stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña as two Los Angeles police officers, Brian Taylor and Mike Zavala. The movie follows the two cops through their careers as officers, starting off as rookies and making their first huge bust, to starting families.

College Bound: #NoFollowBacks

As we approach the second semester, many of us find ourselves struggling to plan out our futures and make life altering decisions. With college looming around the corner, the decision remains, to stay or to go.

Do Not Pass Go Do Not Collect $200

It’s widely accepted that some sort of punishment is required for individuals who break a law. However, the nature of that punishment is a source of much debate. The most oft used form of punishment is either a monetary fine or jail time.

Journalism program receives statewide recognition from Texas School Business magazine

Texas School Business magazine announced today that Bryan ISD’s high school digital journalism program is one of 12 initiatives to be honored in the magazine’s Sixth Annual Bragging Rights 2012-2013 special issue. Bragging Rights recognizes school districts that have implemented programs that are bettering the lives of students, schools and communities. The special issue, which […]

Giving back offers dual benefits

As we approach the holiday season, we begin to see widespread food drives and donation stands run by the Salvation Army and other organizations to give people the opportunity to donate to the less fortunate in the community.

Exam exemption forms available this week

Juniors and Seniors who think they are eligible to exempt one or more final exams can fill out an exemption form Tuesday, Dec. 4 – Friday, Dec. 7 in the Silver Cafeteria during all lunches. These are the ONLY dates and the ONLY times the opportunity will be available. Exemptions from semester exams shall be […]

The sky is falling! The sky is falling!

Scorpions falling from the sky, fire coming from the surface of the earth, buildings and bridges collapsing, dead animals on the streets, humans eating humans, earthquakes every hour, tsunamis engulfing islands, cars falling through cracks in the streets and down to the center of the scorching earth to be burned, with no mercy on the lives of all 6 billion people living on this planet.

Successful start for wrestling team

The Vikings defeated Langham Creek 45-33 at Klein Collins on Thursday in a tri-meet. The varsity boys, Rafael Aguillar (126 pounds), Cameron McCann (132), Nathan Jimenez (145), Keaun Davison (160) and Francisco Vasquez (220) each won by pin. Carlos Lucio (152), Jackson Ross (195) and Kenny Kelley (heavyweight) won on points. Earning pins for the […]

Band students earn spot in All-Region Band

The following students auditioned and earned a spot in the All- Region Band. The students with an (*) by their name qualified and will compete at the Area auditions in early January for a spot in the All- State Band: Concert Band Devon Merritt, 3rd chair Clarinet Valeria Arriaga, 7th chair Clarinet Gayle Konderla, 9th […]

Expressive perspective: Art provides opportunity for freedom

While many of us struggle to find our place in high school by searching for clubs and classes that spark our interest, a select few have broken free of these struggles by joining the art program.

Student council hosts food drive to benefit local families

The student council is hosting a food drive to benefit the KBTX Food for Families Food Drive which is held on Wednesday, Dec. 5. Students are encouraged to drop food donations off in the silver cafeteria before school or during their lunch time. The 4th period class donating the most food will win a free […]

Communication, culture, community created through language acquisition

Teaching two languages is something of a challenge, but for Anja Schwalen, this comes naturally. Growing up in Germany and studying abroad in Spain, pushed her to want to teach Spanish and German in America. Schwalen started learning English during school and also took a few years of Latin and French. “My belief is, if […]

Lurking in the Shadows, movie terrifies viewers

As we wrap up this second semester, many of us find ourselves struggling to plan out our futures and make life altering decisions. With college looming around the corner, the decision remains, to stay or to go.

Family unscathed by opinions, basks in popularity created by show

Like it or not: we’ve all heard of, and most of us have even watched TLC’s hit show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.

The reality show follows Toddlers and Tiaras star Alana Thompson in her daily life, which some regard as entertainment while others deem to be – well, repulsive. The Thompson family’s everyday activities – such as fixing roadkill for dinner, washing their hair in the sink, and playing the “guess who’s breath” game give viewers a look behind the scenes at the odd life of the young pageant queen, with a lot of laughs along the way.

Stepping out of your musical comfort zone

Most of us have heard a car vibrating down the street with music blasting through its open windows, but how often are the lyrics of that music meaningful? For me, it’s not very often.

Google Glasses: emerging technology

Augmented reality Glasses’ sound like something from a science fiction movie. With over a year before they release and a prototype available, Google Glasses are now reality. Project Glass was revealed on August 4th, 2012, and a consumer version is planned for 2014. While this technology has many advantages there is also the potential for misuse by Google.

College a time for new experiences, not more of the same

The past 12 years of school have led us to this moment: your senior year. The days of naptime are long gone, and soon we wave goodbye to the familiar friday night lights. The next steps will most likely determine the course of our lives, or so we are told. But how are we supposed to jump into the ‘real world’? The possibility of college is daunting enough, but the possibility of leaving home, our hometown, or even the state does not come without fear or apprehension.

Student scores ace

From homecoming queen to varsity volleyball player, senior Reagan Boenker has a lot on her plate. She is heavily involved in sports, playing both volleyball and softball and also challenges herself in the classroom. She is more than just a player though, she sets an example for teammates and students on and off of the […]

There is an ‘I’ in swimming: Self-reliance, determination, individualism prosper through sport

Swimming: a self-motivated, individual sport where one’s performance is based solely on their mindset and work ethic. This aspect of the sport is what makes or breaks one’s success, and for sophomore Brittany Thurstin it not only makes her, the individualistic attitude required of swimming carries over into other facets of her life. Swimming not […]

Senior pictures scheduled for Nov. 19, 20

Senior pictures will take place in room 6158 on Nov. 19 and 20. This will be the last opportunity for seniors to do a full sitting. Any senior interested in taking pictures must sign-up with Mrs. Dominy in room 6160 or their senior English teacher. For questions, please call Rebecca Dominy at 209-2580 or email […]

Underclassmen picture retakes schedule for next week

Picture retakes for all 9th, 10th, and 11th grades students will be on Wednesday, Nov. 14 in the small auditorium (5143). Any student who did not take a picture during the first round or needs a retake will need to come for pictures. Students will be called down by alpha throughout the day. Students who […]

Living in moment, artist mesmerizes in person

One of the best days of my life was when I saw my favorite artist Kid Cudi. My best friend and I waited outside in the burning hot sun for hours at the Cedar Park Center just to get a glimpse of the man himself. As we found our seats, they were playing some of […]

Choir students compete in Region 8 competition

Nineteen freshman and sophomore choir students competed in the Region 8 – 9/10 All-region Choir auditions. Thirteen of nineteen earned a spot in the choir. 9/10 Choir members: Victoria Saenz – Soprano 7th Natalie Fisher – Soprano 14th Macy Ponzio – Soprano 15th Saori Rosas – Soprano alternate Abigal Spiegelman – Soprano alternate Amber Mosqueda […]

Hoodies and long-sleeve T-shirts available this week

The project graduation committee will be selling BHS hoodies and long-sleeve T-shirts during all four lunches Wednesday, Nov. 7 – Friday, Nov. 9. Hoodies can be purchased for $12, while long-sleeved T-shirts can be purchased for $8. All proceeds will benefit the 2013 Project Graduation.

Living YOLO to solo: Students gain maturity through independence

How easy is it to transition from a teenager with the mindset of “you only live once,” to a young adult that asks, “how am I going to get a job?”

Holiday Feature: Happy Halloween

Halloween was brought to the United States by Irish immigrants, after Halloween and All Saint’s Day had been celebrated in the Celtic tradition for several centuries. The modern celebration of Halloween formed as the Celtic festival Samhain, which celebrated the return of ghosts to the earth, merged with All Hallow’s Day, which was previously known as All Saint’s Day. Over time, All Hallow’s day evolved to become Halloween

Volleyball teams lose against College Park

The Bryan volleyball team fell to College Park 14-25, 27-25, 16-25, 22-25 in Conroe. Reagan Boenker led the Vikings with 16 kills and 22 digs. Brittney Jones had 10 kills, and Jessica Pfeffer had 8. Brittany Little had 19 digs, and Abby Cullen had 32 assists. Tuesday’s match was the final match for seniors Reagan […]

Freshmen football teams lose against Lufkin and Madisonville

Freshmen blue team lost to Lufkin with a score of 12-14 Jarvis Lister rushed for 2 touchdowns. The extra points were no good. BJ Ross, Jordan Newton, Tyler Slaydon, & Landon Miner had big offensive plays. Garrett Dohnalik was the defensive player of the game. Christian Kopf was the special teams player of the game. […]

JV football team fall against JV Lufkin

The JV football team loses against JV Lufkin with a score of 15-14. Offense: Justin Newton made a 46 yard run and a 3 yard run Holt Van Etten had a point after touchdown Jimmie Thomas had a 2 point run On Defense: Trey Mitchell, Cameron Conrad and Holt Van Etten had interceptions Ronald Gibbs […]

Cancer survivor strengthened through faith, support

Although we’ve heard of many stories about people who survived the impossible, sometimes it’s hard to believe that these stories happen to everyday people that we might run into on the street, or even those we are fairly acquainted with.

Sink your teeth into November

Be prepared to purchase tickets, grab some popcorn, and find a seat because the end of The Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn Part 2 is here. The final installment of the multi-billion dollar franchise will hit theaters nationwide Nov 16 and I plan on being one of the many in line for the midnight premiere.

Got pep? Be respectful even when not participating

In the gym,the football team runs through the gym doors to their chairs. Cheerleaders, Shy-Annes and Color Guard members show off their routines while the other students in the stands are cheering and shouting, showing their school spirit. Well maybe not everyone.

Political involvement opportunities available to students

In the upcoming election, the youth vote is being heavily sought after by both parties like never before. Voters between the ages of 18-24 can be involved in politics like any other adult – and it’s important for them to do so, but what about those who are too young to vote, yet are still […]

Labyrinth puzzles viewers, music carries plot

Some musicals have pretty cheesy story lines but a strong soundtrack can make the movie bearable. The Labyrinth is an 80s movie that fits that description. It’s a great example of how the music can overshadow the story line.

Involvement critical to country’s progress

“Who are you voting for?” It’s a question that some teens answer with excitement and fervor, while others choose to ignore the question altogether. What the teens of this generation don’t seem to understand is the importance of knowing their answer and all that comes with it.

“We can be heroes, just for one day”

No matter who you are and no matter what kind of situation you’re in, there are always those certain moments in life when you feel like nothing can bring you down simply because you’re with the people you love the most and feeling alive.

Generation of apathy: Teens lack motivation to succeed

If you scroll through the average teen’s twitter feed, you’re sure to find at least one tweet along the lines of  “omg kms”. I can confidently say that my generation is definitely one the most apathetic generations if not the most. Being self-centered is a stage most teens go through, but it’s at an all […]

NCAA eligibility process presentation set for Oct. 30

The NCAA Eligibility Center will host an informational meeting covering the NCAA eligibility process on Oct. 30 in room 6117 (large auditorium) from 7-9 pm. While the Eligibility Center registration process is primarily for juniors and seniors, all of student-athletes in grades 9th-12th who are interested in playing collegiate sports are encouraged to attend. That […]

Color Guard wins best of class award at competition

The Color Guard won best color guard in class 5A at the Blinn College Buccaneer Marching Band Contest on Oct. 13.

AP test payment plan

AP exams will be May 6th through May 17th, 2013. BHS would like every student to take the AP exam that corresponds with their AP course. AP exams cost $25 each if students are on Free/Reduced Lunch and $50 each if they are not. Students may begin payments, of any amount on November 1st. All […]

The Dark Knight Ends: Casting, story line collide to create epic finale

The Batman trilogy has been one of the few movie series this year that has kept fans desperate for the next installment. The final one goes above and beyond what’s expected from a movie, mixing intrigue, suspense, and many, many explosions, that resulted in an astonishingly good conclusion to the saga.

Volleyball teams fall against the Woodlands

The Bryan volleyball team fell to the Woodlands 13-25, 9-25, 14-25. Reagan Boenker led the Vikings with 12 kills and 9 digs. Jessica Pfeffer had 8 kills and 7 digs. Brittany Little had 10 digs, and Abby Cullen had 18 assists. The junior varsity team lost 7-25, 10-25, the freshman A team lost 17-25, 19-25, […]

Volleyball teams beat Lufkin

The Bryan Viking volleyball team beat Lufkin 25-10, 25-21, 25-15. Reagan Boenker led the Vikings with 18 kills and 13 digs. Jessica Pfeffer added 6 kills and Meghan Wilkinson had 4. Brittney Jones had 3 kills, 3 aces, and 4 blocks. Brittany Little had 8 digs and 3 aces. Abby Cullen had 20 assists, and […]

Freshmen silver football team won against A&M Consolidated

Freshmen blue team lost against A&M Consolidated 31-33. Cjai Harrison and Jarvis Lister each rushed for two touchdowns. BJ Ross had one touchdown. Only one PAT was made. Blue Team’s record is 1-2 in district and 3-4 for the season. Freshmen silver team won against A&M Consolidated by forfeit. Silver team’s record is 3-0 in […]

Expanding minds through expanded boarders

Most would say that people can only set life goals when they’re still young. Others, however, are still setting goals and have dreams to do bigger and better things even after they’ve figured out what occupation they want pursue. For English teacher Megan Black, these goals extend beyond borders of being a high school teacher.

Cultural exposure influences perspective

Living in Mexico for four months provided me with the opportunity to realize how different Mexico is from the United States on a personal level. Although Mexico and the United States are geographic neighbors, they exhibit very different backgrounds, cultures, and ancestry.

Winning a sweepstakes: Is it possible?

Ever walked through an aisle at the grocery store, seeing multiple opportunities to win an inconceivable amount of money, or a dream vacation for doing something as simple as entering a code from a box or a bottle cap?

Seniors eligible to win car, must register by Monday

Every registered graduating senior with perfect attendance that attends the Atkinson Toyota Scion end the school year banquet on Sunday, June 2 at the Hilton will be eligible to win a 2012 a 2012 Scion xB. Monetary scholarships will also be given out after the drawing for the car and will be good for the following academic school year only.

Jobs create need for balance, maturity

A new cell phone case, clothes, movies – there are so many things to spend money on, but to have money, you need a job.

Red Ribbon Week raises drug abuse awareness

Red Ribbon Week, which aims to help students remain drug-free, is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country. Red Ribbon week will be hosted on campus October 15-19, with Student Council sponsoring activities throughout the week. “I really support Red Ribbon week because I feel like we need to encourage people to […]

Reality, fiction combine to create off-beat band

They’re crazy, they’re talented and best of all, they run on steam! They are Steam Powered Giraffe – The singing musical automatons!

Varsity and freshman A volleyball teams won against Conroe

The volleyball team improved its district record Friday night by beating Conroe 25-16, 22-25, 25-17, 31-29. The Vikings were led by Reagan Boenker with 25 kills and 27 digs. Jessica Pfeffer added 16 kills and 10 digs. Brittney Jones had 7 kills and 3 blocks, and Rachel Ullmann had 6 kills. Emily Carroll had 20 […]

Sic’em Bears:Student prepares to enter Big XII after graduation

The Viking Fight Song rings throughout the stadium, and cheers from the cheerleaders echo simultaneously with those of the fans as Chris Johnson takes the field for one of his last games as a Viking. The atmosphere of high school football will be all but a memory for Johnson at the end of this school year when he retires his blue and silver jersey for a green and gold one.

JV football team falls against Conroe JV

The JV Blue team lost to the Conroe JV Black with a score of 21-14. On Offense Jimmie Thomas had a 12-yard touchdown run Justin Newton had a 22 yard touchdown run and a 1-yard run Holt Van Etten had three good points after touchdown On Defense Holt Van Etten had an interception Dakota Grandchamp […]

Freshmen Sweep Conroe

The Silver freshmen football team defeated Conroe with a score of 30-0. On Offense Chris Sage had a 82-yard touchdown run on a kick-off return, a 18-yard touchdown run, and a 68-yard touchdown run Corin Wroten had a 27-yard reception from Tremaine Blakey Blakey had an 8-yard touchdown run, a 1-yd touchdown run, and a […]

UIL to host ice cream informational

UIL coaches will host an informational to discuss the different opportunities available through Academic UIL. The meeting is schedule for Thursday, Oct 11 in the Silver Cafeteria at 4:00. All students are invited to attend and ice cream will be served.

Cross-Town Showdown T-shirt available this week

Project Graduation is selling Cross-Town Showdown T-shirts for $10 during all lunches this week. Additionally the shirts will be available at volleyball games 10/5 and 10/9 in the main gym foyer, Viking Band Dinner on 10/5 and at the entrance gates to football games on 10/5 and 10/12. The t-shirt was designed by BHS senior […]

Cross-Town Showdown hamburger tailgate set for Friday

The Student Council will host a Tailgate Burger Dinner before the game at Kyle Field on Friday. Tickets are $6 and can be purchased in the silver front office. Tickets include a hamburger with all the fixings, chips and Chicken Express tea. Dinner is served from 5-7 pm on the visitors side gate at Kyle […]

Serving community strains family, creates stress

Having a parent as a civil servant is not an easy thing, especially for me. My dad, a sergeant at the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office, has been serving our community for the last 18 years, longer than I have been alive.

Student involvement keep to success

Thursday, Oct. 4 during all lunches the Student Involvement Committee will host a Club/Organization Roundup in the Silver Cafeteria. Club sponsors and members will be set up at tables during each lunch period to talk about their clubs/organizations, distribute flyers, and take interested students’ names. Mural Club What: The Mural Club has donated a painted […]

College changes College Station

Summer is going well; everything is great. Roads aren’t crowded, restaurants are empty, stores are calm, and then the end of August comes and everything changes. The college students return to school and those once empty restaurants turn into loud, crowded places and the roads are filled with distracted drivers.

Homecoming king and queen to be announced pre-game

The Homecoming Court nominees and the announcement of King and Queen will be announced pre-game starting at 6:55pm Friday, Oct. 5 at Merrill Green Stadium.

School involvement increases student success

Being involved in a school organization is vital to the development of a students communication and teamwork skills. In addition to building character, being in clubs gives students the opportunity to make new friends while having fun along the way.

Freshmen football split with Oak Ridge

The silver freshmen football team defeated Conroe-Oak Ridge 33-14 and is now 5-0. Offense Tremaine Blakey had a 16-yard touchdown run, 14-yard touchdown pass to Aubrey Martin, 74-yard touchdown run Chris Sage had a 2-yard touchdown run Derrick Green had a 6-yard touchdown run Keaton Lowe good on one point after Lawrence Kerr was good […]

Volleyball team falls to College Park

The volleyball team fell to College Park 26-24, 20-25, 19-25, 20-25 Friday at the Viking gym. Reagan Boenker led the Vikings with 16 kills and 10 digs. Jessica Pfeffer had 14 kills and 9 digs. Emily Carroll had 15 digs. Bryan’s record is 1-5, 14-13 overall. The junior varsity team lost 25-5, 25-15. The freshman […]

Warped musical appreciation creates memories

Vans Warped Tour, an event that makes its way around North America for two short months each year, returned again this summer. Being that it was my first year attending Warped Tour, I was a mess of excitement, nervousness and anxiousness. I came in that day not expecting the revitalization of my love for music and the emotional experiences that would come with it.

Choir students advance in competition

The following choir students earned placement in the Region 8 All-Region Choir. Students ranking in the top 15 in their respective sections will continue to the next level of competition on November 3rd. Soprano 1 Lindsey Morehead – 5th Alto 1 Addie Henry – 15th Amanda Ricke – 25th Alto 2 Abby Wunneburger – 3rd […]

Changing year leads to changing rules

As I walked into school, starting the tenth grade with nerves on edge, I noticed how many people were in the cafeteria. Then I saw the differences; a new principal, televisions in the cafeteria, and even more would be revealed later.

Principles, standard raised with new principal

“A hero is a person who helps someone else. He is always there for me. He never lets me down.” In the eyes of a child, few things mean more to them than their hero. Principal Lamond Dean’s son’s hero wasn’t Superman or Spiderman, but rather his own father.

School introduces plan allowing students to bring their own devices

Last year the school board instituted a zero tolerance technology program on campus. Typing school reports during lunch and texting were both seen as unacceptable and disruptive to the learning environment. Most students were left scratching their heads as to how these two acts could be grouped under the same category of activity. One was quite obviously disruptive and disrespectful, but the other was clearly a positive attempt to get ahead on their studies.

Band to host annual spaghetti dinner

The BHS band is selling tickets for their annual Spaghetti Dinner on Oct. 5th from 4:30 to 7pm. The meal will be catered by Fazolli’s and include spaghetti and meat sauce, breadsticks, salad, dessert and tea/water (donated by Chicken Express). Tickets are $7 (presale) and $8 at the door. You can get your tickets from […]

Ross Rogers brings fresh game against new opponents

If anyone asked him who his hero was when he was a child, there was no question about it – it was his dad.

Theatre students take stage this week

The theatre department will present their performance of Ken’s Ludwig’s “Lend Me A Tenor” this week. Performances are scheduled for: Friday and Saturday, September 28 & 29 at 7pm Saturday and Sunday, September 29 and 30 at 2pm Adult Admission $8, Student Admission $5

Dissonance is not dissent

With the recent court verdict between Samsung and Apple, it’s apparent that in America no one can accomplish anything if someone else opposes it.  The basis of Apple’s lawsuit is that Samsung’s devices and software are derivative of the iPhone and iOS.  Even though Samsung is counter-suing, the specific examples that both parties cite are […]

Viking band alumni invited to participate in Homecoming festivities

Bryan High School Viking Band alumni are invited to participate in the Oct. 5 Homecoming festivities by performing with the Viking Band in the stands and on the field for the Shy-Anne halftime performance. Registration will be $10 and will include an official Viking Band T-shirt and a ticket to the Spaghetti Dinner Game Day […]

JV Silver defeats Pflugerville Hendrickson

The JV Silver team defeated the Plugerville Hendrickson Hawks 24-0 Thursday night at Merrill Green Stadium. Cjai Harrison had three touchdown runs while Chris Sage and Tremaine Blakey each recorded a touchdown run. Defensive standouts included: Jaquita Thompson, Trace Urquhart, Jalexisan Nelson,Keaton Lowe, Chris Sage. The JV Blue team lost 0-24. BJ Ross threw a […]

2012-2013 yearbooks at discounted rate through Sept. 29

The 2012-2013 Yearbook can be purchased NOW! Please go to to order or print the order form below and mail directly to SmartPay or give it to Mrs. Dominy in room 6160. For questions, contact Rebecca Dominy at 209-2580 or by email at Order Form

Senior Packages available through Oct. 12

The deadline to order a senior package has been extended to Oct. 12. Student interested in purchasing a package must come by Mrs. Dominy’s room, 6160, no later than 4:00 on the 12th. For more information see the 2012-2013 Information

Brazos Valley College Night scheduled for Oct. 1

The Brazos Valley College Night event is schedule for Monday, Oct. 1 from 6-8pm at the Brazos Center. Representatives from 4-year and 2-year colleges and technical schools will be present to answer questions from parents and students. Armed forces members will also be in attendance.

FCCLA meeting scheduled for tomorrow

FCCLA will have a meeting Thursday, Sept. 20 at 7:45am. They are also having a meeting tomorrow after school at 3:40. Both meetings will be in 6148. If you have students who wish to go to these meetings, they need to have their planner signed or go by Mrs. Bruner’s, 6148, after school TODAY so […]

Viking tennis team goes 3-1 at tournament

The Viking tennis team went 3-1 in the Consol Tournament this weekend. Bryan defeated College Station HS, Copperas Cove and Rudder. The only loss came at the hands of Woodlands JV. The team returns to the courts Tuesday against Conroe HS. The Crosstown Showdown will take place at Consol on Friday afternoon.

Viking TV on-air

The media tech department is now broadcasting daily with school news and information. To watch videos, please go to Viking TV.

Senior Pictures Schedule for Saturday, Sept. 22

Photo Texas will be on campus Saturday, September 22 for senior pictures from 9-1. Seniors MUST sign up for a time slot with their English teacher or Mrs. Dominy. Please contact Rebecca Dominy if you have any questions concerning senior pictures. 209-2580 Senior Picture Information

Underclassmen pictures scheduled for Tuesday

All 9th, 10th and 11th grade students will take pictures on Tuesday, September 18. Pictures will be in the Blue Cafeteria and students will go down with their English classes. Hammond Oliver students will take pictures at HO the same day. Students should receive picture forms by Friday from their English teachers. Forms are also […]

Student involvement encouraged through clubs, organizations

Looking to get involved? Check out the clubs/organizations offered at BHS by clicking the link below. If students have questions, they are encouraged to contact the club sponsor. PDF Listing of Club Information

2012 dress-up days encourage school spirit

Volleyball loses district opener

The varsity volleyball team lost its district opener against Conroe-Oak Ridge 25-27, 17-25, 20-25.

Vikings set to play the Tigers Friday

The varsity football team will play the Belton Tigers on Friday, Sept. 14 at 7:30 pm in Belton.

PSAT free for all 10th grade student

On Wed. Octboer 17, the PSAT will be given at Bryan High, all 10th grade students will automatically be registered for the PSAT for FREE. 9th and 11th grade student may register for the test in the Silver Cafeteria during their lunch period from Sept. 10-21. The cost for 9th and 11th grade students is $15

Shy-Anne Chicken Dinner Scheduled

The Chicken Dinner fundraiser will be on September 21, 2012 from 4:30 to 7:00pm in the Silver Cafeteria. Tickets are available from any Shy-Anne or by calling 209-2584. Please see the link below for more information. Chicken Dinner Flier

Volleyball team takes bronze at tournament

The volleyball team won the Bronze bracket of the Spring Branch volleyball tournament Saturday by beating Magnolia West 25-27, 25-21, 25-21 and Cy-Springs 25-14, 25-9.

Lady Vikes fall to Brenham

The Lady Viking volleyball team traveled to Brenham Tuesday to play Columbus and Brenham.

Volleyball team earns third place in tournament

The volleyball team finished third in the Gold bracket of the Huntsville tournament Saturday.

Lady Vikes Volleyball advances in tournament

The Varsity Volleyball team went 3-0 Thursday at the Huntsville tournament defeating the Huntsville JV 25-12, 25-9, Fort Bend Marshall 25-8, 25-9, and Willis 25-15, 25-23.

Overtesting leads to low performance

In high school, students are forced to take various standardized tests that supposedly gauge intelligence and skill.

Throughout the year, students take so many practice tests from release TAKS, to benchmarks, to field tests, that the testing becomes self-defeating.

Journalism student earns top honors

Senior John Fuller earned top honors by placing 1st in News Writing at the State UIL competition held at the University of Texas on Monday, May 21. Fuller also placed 2nd in Editorial Writing. His placings in those two events earned BHS the title of 2nd place journalism team.