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Andrew and Tobias – A Short Story

Sophia Hoffman, Editor in Chief

October 8, 2019

Andrew Miller has never had a friend until he meets the mysterious Tobias. He quickly begins to learn though that some things are too good to be true.

What is Impostor Syndrome?

Daphne Han, Web Design, Executive Student Life Editor, STEM Editor

October 6, 2019

Have you ever felt like you were undeserving of your accomplishments? That your achievements happened by pure luck or mistake? Afraid that others would discover you to be a “fraud” or “faker”? These are all feelings of a sensation known as impostor syndrome-- a condition described as the inability to accept one’s achievements and th...

What Does “Go Gold” Mean?

What Does “Go Gold” Mean?

Neha Shaw

September 22, 2019

In the Kingwood community, fundraisers for pediatric cancer research have been in full swing, and many students and families donated to organizations such as Addi’s Faith Foundation and the L3 Foundation. It truly is incredible to see people supporting pediatric cancer research; however, people are not always aware of how impactful their support can be.

A Summer of Sailing, Scuba, and Science

A Summer of Sailing, Scuba, and Science

Julia Westwood

September 8, 2019

My summer break involved a 45 foot boat, nine complete strangers, a handful of sharks and a few college credits. Ever since I can remember, I’ve been dead-set on pursuing ocean science as a career. Some people think ocean science only prepares you for a gig at SeaWorld, but the ocean is one of the last ...

Meet our new KHS Assistant Principals!

Meet our new KHS Assistant Principals!

Neha Shaw

August 25, 2019

The familiar bell rings in a new school year, bringing with it new classes, new faces, new beginnings, and three new Assistant Principals! The Kingwood High School Mustang family and community extend a warm welcome to Kristi Vannett (Cl-Go), Sarah McKinney (Pe-Sr), and Kristy Chapuseaux (St-Z) with e...

The Social Media Glow

The Social Media Glow

Neha Shaw

May 12, 2019

People’s faces typically glow when they use their phones due to the light of the screen shining on their face. As I look around my school, my room when my friends come over, or anywhere that students congregate, the vast majority of today’s youth consists of glowing faces which cast themselves downward...

Join the Mustang Monthly team!

Join the Mustang Monthly team!

Neha Shaw

May 11, 2019

Do you want to get more plugged into KHS? Possess an interest in journalism?  Enjoy writing and/or reading? Check out Mustang Monthly! Mustang Monthly is a student run digital newspaper covering the stories of Kingwood High School along with interesting topics around the world. Our mission is to...

The College Search Begins Now

The College Search Begins Now

Ann Crane - KHS College Room

May 10, 2019

It is never to early to begin your college search or to start prepping your college resume.  These are the top three summer assignments recommended for each grade level by the KHS College Room.     Freshman and Sophomores Start researching colleges.  Try searches by majors, setting (urban, suburban, ...

The Bell Schedule Break Down

The Bell Schedule Break Down

Xomie Sukach

May 5, 2019

This year, many have heard of the ongoing bell schedule discussions. Will the beep, beep, beep be heard at 7:45 am or at 7:25 am?  Since early in the school year, with talks beginning in October, KHS resolved to reevaluate the current bell schedule, and discuss new possibilities for the 2019-2020 school year a...

“It Means the World to Us” – Global Student Climate Change Protests

“It Means the World to Us” – Global Student Climate Change Protests

Ainsley Gill

April 30, 2019

The bell rings, signaling the start of another day of school. The teacher glances at her roll sheet and begins to take attendance. When she calls the name “Greta Thunberg,” no one responds. She smiles to herself as she marks Greta absent. Today is Friday, so of course Greta isn’t here. Greta has ...

Shattered Dreams

Shattered Dreams

Leah Plowman

April 30, 2019

For a couple days last month, school was a little quieter. Empty seats sprinkled the cafeteria and classrooms, and the hallways felt empty. We only had to miss our friends and peers for a few days, but for some, it’s forever. Everyone knew someone participating in Shattered Dreams, revealing its scope an...

Meeting Madame President: Xomie Sukach

Meeting Madame President: Xomie Sukach

Kaylee Corbin

April 30, 2019

The end of the school year marks a time for various elections in the many different clubs and organizations on campus. One of the most important elections is the election for student body president, as it is a position that represents the voice of the students for the upcoming year. This year, the w...

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