Technology in the Classroom: Art, Math, Foreign Language

Technology has become an integral part of education and teachers must equip students with the tools to succeed in their future careers. Each subject must assess the best way to integrate technology to promote learning and understanding. Norseman staff members took an in-depth look at technology usage across campus and how different teachers utilized it to increase student learning.

Living a Better Story: Project encourages students to write their own future, help community

Twenty-four students participated in Living a Better Story, a service project aimed at helping people understand their importance in the process of helping the community they live in. The project ran from October 6 to November 3 and included members from the Texas A&M Aggie Blossoms, Bryan High Key Club, and many other students. Together […]

Good Things – December 2014

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Student wrestler proves skill, determination through involvement

As two men stare at each other across the mat, each contemplating how to best defeat the other, the crowd that has formed waits in anticipation. A whistle is blown and they dive at each other. Junior Kaleb Jenkins slams his opponent to the ground, subduing him with a pin.

Sister [Poem]

Isn’t it amazing how relationships in life happen? How some will burn bright with a spark of forever, Or are put out quickly like a weak fire. How when we first meet someone we have no idea the meaning they’ll have to us, And the home in our hearts they’ll call theirs for an infinite […]

Focus on family, friends this season

As Black Friday creeps deeper into Thanksgiving every year, guests around the dinner table become more sparse as they rush to beat the crowds or clock in to work their shifts. This attitude is seen at Christmas as people have become more interested in gifts and possessions rather than spending time with their loved ones. […]

Match the Promise Foundation scholarship opportunity for freshmen

Texas Match the Promise Foundation℠ Scholarship Deadline Dec. 31 Fifth through ninth graders whose families have an income of $100,000 or less can apply now for matching scholarships and tuition grants offered by the Texas Match the Promise Foundation℠. Match the Promise encourages families to prepay college tuition by supplementing their contributions to the Texas […]

Viking Theatre Qualifies for National Thespian Competition

Members of Viking Theatre Troupe #3463 traveled to Dallas for the State Thespian Convention. While there students we able to experience workshops with professional actors, directors, and stage managers as well as a private concert with composer/lyricist Andrew Lippa (The Wild Party, The Addams Family). At convention members of troupe #3463 entered acting and technical […]

Viking students shine during Christmas pageant performance

Coming on the heels of a successful showing at the Texas Thespian convention, Viking Theatre scored big again with the success of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, performed on December 5 and 6 in the Blue Auditorium.

Technology in the Classroom: History, English, Science

Technology has become an integral part of education and teachers must equip students with the tools to succeed in their future careers. Each subject must assess the best way to integrate technology to promote learning and understanding. Norseman staff members took an in-depth look at technology usage across campus and how different teachers utilized it to increase student learning.

Book fair promotes literacy, reading through community involvement

Bryan High hosted a book fair at Barnes and Noble on October 8th in order to raise funds for the English department and to promote literacy in the community.

Speaking for the youth: Artist Mary Lambert teaches acceptance through music

Based in Seattle, singer, songwriter, and spoken word artist Mary Lambert has created a name for herself by appealing to youth who struggle with acceptance for being different through her own stories and experiences. Lambert was raised in an abusive household, but her music has lifted the weight of her traumas in fleeting four-minute intervals.

Senior pictures scheduled for next week

Senior pictures are scheduled for Monday and Tuesday of next week in room 6160. Any senior who has not taken a picture for the yearbook must sign up for a time slot with Mrs. Dominy. There is no charge to take a picture for the yearbook. If students would like to do a full sitting […]

National unity dwindles, complaints become norm

Why is it that many people refuse to say the Pledge of Allegiance? Why can’t a growing number of Americans differentiate between the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution? What ever happened to the sense of national pride and unity amongst the American people?

Dive into the deep end: Senior makes splash as career continues at D1 school

Stepping up to the block prepping to swim his leg in the relay, senior Harrison Jones puts on his goggles and gets in the zone to dive in the pool as soon as his teammate reaches the wall. Splashes from swimmers, whistles form coaches, cheers from fans, and buzzers surround him, but these distractions don’t phase him as he dives into the pool and earns yet another personal record.