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Junior Raphael Moembo runs through the soccer field. Moembo has been playing soccer throughout his entire life with family and friends.

From the Congo to America

January 24, 2019

Diversity among the campus is a welcomed constant. Several students come from different countries and cu...

Embracing the American Way

Embracing the American Way

January 22, 2019

Getting involved in high school clubs and organizations is one thing, but imagine having to do that i...

Senior JohnPatrick Gonzalez heading back to native Philippines for college

Senior JonPatrick poses in front of a palm tree at one of the few islands he visited back home during the summer. JohnPatrick moved from the Philippines to the states when he was younger and goes back during summer to see family and reconnect.

By: Hanna Perkins, Senior

January 18, 2019

In November 2012, JohnPatrick Gonzalez moved to Texas from the Philippines. Coming to the United States was...

Coach Charlie Smith works with the defensive players during the San Benito game. Smith is an art teacher and is also a coach for football and baseball.

Mr. Charlie Smith has spent his entire life in Judson ISD

December 6, 2018

‘Never forget your roots,’ they say. But what if you’ve never left them? Mr. Charlie Smith is a ...

A portion of the Academic Decathlon team studies with each other to prepare for a competition. The program was implemented in the district this school year.

District implements Academic Decathlon programs

December 4, 2018

A new team has made itself known on campus. Superintendent Dr. Jeanette Ball spoke to the high school princi...

Head coach Leilani Baclaan converses with her son telling about what he did and didn’t do, as well as what to improve in his bowling skills. Due to the past few years of bowling having trouble with leadership, Baclaan has improved uniting all the teams and keeping things equal within the organization.

Parents have stepped up to support the school’s bowling team

November 26, 2018

Judson’s Bowling team has been coached by student’s parents since December 2017. Before Ms. Leila...

Sophomore Terri Martinez finds unexpected solace in rugby

Sophomore Terri Martinez finds unexpected solace in rugby

November 14, 2018

Sophomore Terri Martinez is one of those students who is super quiet, sits in class, doesn’t talk t...

Junior Lonnie Buck looks out towards the field as he conducts. This is Buck’s first year as a drum major.

Junior Lonnie Buck reflects on being a drum major

November 7, 2018

For the first time in years, a junior was chosen to be one of the three drum majors for the Judson marc...

Through hardship and perseverance, senior Corina Carter commits to the Lobos

Through hardship and perseverance, senior Corina Carter commits to the Lobos

By: Samantha Sauceda, Sophomore

November 6, 2018

Senior Corina Carter, a basketball standout on campus, has committed to play college basketball at t...

Mrs. Brenda Milam helps a student with her classwork during one of her AP Calculus periods. Milam has been teaching at Judson High School for 32 years.

Ms. Brenda Milam enters her 32nd year at Judson

October 19, 2018

Mrs. Brenda Milam has devoted her time and efforts into teaching. She is currently teaching her 32nd ...

Teachers on campus share a special bond

Mrs. Tina Ramirez-Tubbs and Mrs. Desaree Machuca

By: Raven Gatson, Senior

October 19, 2018

The campus is known for having many traditions that are woven within our culture, whether it be on c...

A Judson swimmer glides through the water. The swim team jumped from a 24 to 45 man roster earlier this year.

Swim team doubles in size from last year

October 18, 2018

Swimming has never been one of the most popular sports on campus. Especially being a football school, the sp...

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