Agriculture student follows in family footsteps

Waking up early in the mornings to feed their animals, putting in hours each day to prepare for the next show, and enjoying every minute of it. That’s the typical life of an agriculture student. Junior Harper Langton’s dedication paid off at Brazos Valley Livestock Contest showing her goats placing second.

Divergent series diverges into gutter

Allegiant, yet another novel from Divergent trilogy by Veronica Roth, hit theaters March 18. Fans anticipated the film and hoped it would surpass the disappointment of the last movie. With hopeful hearts, while secretly preparing for the worst, droves of fans attended the premier as they had anticipated the movies release since it was first announced as a series.

Student discovers budding talent through horticulture program

Most art forms live on to last lifetimes; paintings, sculptures, even films stand the tests of time and are still viewed and appreciated years after their creation. One art form that differs from this common characteristic is the art of horticulture, otherwise known as floral design. Although floral arrangements will one day wilt and lose their beauty, designers are no less passionate about their work and still strive to create art through flowers and other plants. Senior Christina Vinson discovered this artform and has prospered in it under the direction of floral design teacher Barbara Volk-Tunnel.

Choir earns sweepstakes award at UIL contest

The Bryan High Choir competed as four different choirs at the UIL Concert & Sight-Reading contest held at College Station High School. Varsity Men – Concert 1-2-1 // Sight-reading 1-1-1 (Sweepstakes) Non-Varsity Mixed – Concert 2-2-2 // Sight-reading 1-1-1 Varsity Mixed – Concert 1-1-1 // Sight-reading 1-1-1 (Sweepstakes) Varsity Women – Concert 1-1-1 // Sight-reading […]

Students earn awards at state art competition

Art students competed at the State VASE Art Competition where the following students earned awards: Grace Wall – Superior Rating Hannah Charanza – Exemplary Rating Jordan Garza – Exemplary Rating Genny Porras – Superior Rating Christina Jones – Exemplary Rating Megan Meade – Exemplary Rating Yadira Gomez-Reyes – Exemplary Rating Alex Salazar – Exemplary Rating […]

Dance, Dance Revolution: Boy breaks new ground joining drill team

Music booming through the speakers, people in the stands cheering, and girls in sparkly outfits are the images usually synonymous with high school drill teams. The Shy-Anne’s are the spitting image of that, only there’s one addition: a boy. Sophomore Andrew Medina is the first male dancer for the Shy-Anne’s team, and is no stranger to dance.

Ag program steers student in positive direction

Early mornings in the barn cleaning and feeding. Watching the sun rise over the trees no matter the weather. Taking care of livestock requires commitment and responsibility. Sophomore Wilsey Wendler has found success in showing steers as an activity which has been passed down from generation to generation.

Athletes advance to area after district track meet

Girls’ Track: Two relays qualified for Area in 1st place (4 x 100, 4 x 200) Rayla Hawkins, Quinteria Johnson, Miranda Golden and Jamie Kennedy Alt. Ty’esha Foley The following students also qualified for Area: Chassity Rusk- 1st place in the shot Charnell Gibson- 4th place in the shot Miranda Golden- 1st place in the […]

FCCLA students earn awards at state competition

Eleven FCCLA students attended the state competition in Dallas where seven students received awards. Gold Medals Abraham Hernandez Keilah Noriega Andrew McComb Silver Medal Amber Boyd Autumn Boyd Bronze Medals Belia Ibarra Mikayla Moore                          

Like a girl: Scouting program builds strong young women

Would you like to buy some Girl Scout cookies? If not, maybe you would like to know more about the Girl Scout program and what lies behind the caramel coated, toasted coconut; a program that builds character, true grit, and important lifelong skills that turn girls into strong women. Though it may not seem like it, Girl Scouts is more than just an operation sneaking into the hearts and stomachs of Americans everywhere through sweet cookies and even sweeter smiles.

2016 April Good Things

2016 April Good Things

Musician makes it ‘Work’: Rihanna continues to top charts

Robyn Fenty, better known as Rihanna, is an international pop singer and songwriter from Barbados. Rihanna first entered the music industry by recording demo tapes under New York producer Evan Rodgers in 2003.

2016 April Good Things

2016 April Good Things

March 2016 Good Things

2016 March Good Things

Golfer advances to regional tournament

The Viking boys golf team finished 4th in the District 18-5A golf tournament on Monday and Tuesday. The team of Nick Reynolds, Justin Carver, Devin Mendez, Ryan Wilson, and James Florian shot 338/341 for the tournament. Nick Reynolds finished 2nd as an individual and qualifies for the Region 3-5A golf tournament next Tuesday and Wednesday […]

Art students honored by congressman

Artwork by both Lauren Bernal and Alex Salazar was chosen by Congressman Bill Flores as runners-up for this year’s Congressional Art Competition. The Congressman will honor them at a special reception in Waco this coming Monday. Their pieces will then remain at the Martin Museum in Waco for the remainder of the month in a […]

BHS hosts book fair to benefit classrooms

BHS is hosting a book fair Monday, April 4 – Friday, April 8. All proceeds will go to purchase new books for BHS classrooms. You can shop online by clicking here. For questions, please contact Katie Buckley: katie.buckley@bryanisd.org

Art students honored at capital

Senior Joan Fackler and sophomore Rachel Petry were honored for the selection of their art, Sunday, at the TAEA Youth Art Month Capitol Exhibit held in Austin at the Bob Bullock Texas History Museum. Their artworks were selected for this show from entries across the state of Texas. Joan’s digital art piece went on to […]

Winter sports banquet scheduled for April 11

The Viking Club presents the Bryan Viking Winter Sports Banquet honoring boys basketball, girls basketball, swimming, boys soccer, girls soccer, wrestling and powerlifting on Monday, April 11, 2016 at the BHS Silver Cafeteria. The banquet will begin at 6:00 pm and will be catered by Texas Roadhouse. Additional information included on the attached flyer. Winter […]

Computer science students earn awards at competitions

At Skills USA State Conference in Corpus Christi, Thomas Schwalen, Tanner Davis, and Austin Carter received third place in Interactive Application and Video Game Design. ​On Monday, theUIL Computer Science team, Andre Montague, Cread Dotson, Reilly Davis, and Kristopher Hayes, took 3rd place at the district UIL meet.

Indoor percussion and color guard earn bronze at state competition

The Bryan High Color Guard and Viking Indoor Percussion ended their competitive seasons on the winner’s podium this past weekend as State Championship Bronze Medalists in their respective classes. The Bryan Color Guard is the Texas Color Guard Circuit Scholastic National A Bronze Medalist following competition this past Saturday at Reed Arena on the Texas […]