Mustang Monthly

KM4B Continues to Honor Seniors

KM4B seniors pose together at the senior night football game.

Griselda Infante

May 30, 2020

On Friday, May 15th, the Kingwood band honored their seniors with a virtual banquet known as the ‘Band Zoomquet’. Though this isolation can be tough, our band still finds creative ways to stay entertained, keep in touch, and of course honor the seniors. Throughout the school year, KM4B has enjoyed spen...

A Great Year for KHS Choir

The 2019-2020 Kingwood Madrigals

Rachel Moore, Theatre & Choir Staff Writer

May 28, 2020

KHS Choir’s year was unfortunately cut short due to the shutdown caused by COVID-19. The UIL competitions were canceled, as well as the Spring and Major Works concerts. However, the year was successful for the choir nonetheless.  The Madrigal choir, led by Jason Watt, went the Texas Madrigal a...

Kingwood Orchestra Banquet

Kingwood Orchestra Banquet

Moyu Yumoto

May 28, 2020

Kingwood Orchestra closed this out-of-ordinary school year with a Virtual Banquet via Zoom. Even during this atypical situation, the organization still came together to celebrate the year with fun activities, superlatives, and recognizing our Class of 2020 Seniors.  Starting out the banquet, we highlighted our...

Band Banquet

Band Banquet

Emily Moore, Assistant Student Life Editor

May 23, 2020

On Friday, May 15, the Kingwood Mighty Mustang Military Marching Band met on Zoom to celebrate a year that strayed far from the norm. Though the 2019-2020 school year did not end as expected, the band ventured to mimic the scene of an in-person banquet through Zoom for some type of closure.  Stud...

KM4B Continues to Keep in Touch

An image shared on the Band App by Kelsie Grassman of a rock painted with KM4B icon Mustang Sally.

Emily Moore, Assistant Student Life Editor

April 26, 2020

In the midst of our unprecedented time away from school, electronic devices have played a valuable role in keeping the community connected. Social media has been an influential tool in enhancing communication. Though the isolation can be tough, the Kingwood Mighty Mustang Military Marching Band has come...

Fillies Wrap-Up the 2019-2020 Season

Fillies pose for a team picture at the Contest of Champions.

Sarah Duffy

April 22, 2020

The Kingwood Fillies Drill Team had a fabulous 2019-2020 year! Football season is always a fun way to get the school year started.  The team begins each year with bonding as a team and learning each other’s personalities and work ethic, all while supporting the Kingwood High School football tea...

KM4B Goes Mobile!

KM4B practicing on the field.

Caraline Alston

April 7, 2020

Throughout the school year, the Kingwood Mighty Mustang Military Marching Band strives to spend time with each other and make music whenever they can by hosting family nights, game nights, and concerts alike for all to enjoy. However, now in these times of quarantine, you may think that, like many o...

Kingwood Theater Advances to Bi-District

Kingwood Theater Advances to Bi-District

Sophia Hoffman, Editor in Chief

March 25, 2020

Kingwood High School Theatre advanced from Zone to Bi-Districts at their U.I.L. one-act play competition

Around the KM4B Band: Percussion

Around the KM4B Band: Percussion

Emily Moore

March 24, 2020

A band is made up of many sections, with each bringing a special sound to the full ensemble. The Kingwood High School percussion section contributes a lot, not only to the ensemble, but to the school as a whole.  The percussion section is an agent of hype when it comes to football games and pep ra...

Kingwood High School Band’s Successful Solo and Ensemble

Kingwood High School Band's Successful Solo and Ensemble

Emily Moore, Student Life Editor

March 13, 2020

On Friday, February 21st, our very own Kingwood band students competed at the solo and ensemble contest at Humble High School.  In the past few months, students prepared for the contest by practicing their solos with pianists and gathering as ensembles to tune up their pieces.  Kingwood’s musician...

KHS Orchestra Solo & Ensemble Qualifying Over a 100 Entries to State in May

Photo Cred: KHS Orchestra Social Media

Alexis Pubentz

February 5, 2020

On January 25th, KHS Orchestra students performed at solo and ensemble at Atascocita High school. This is a yearly competition where students have the opportunity to perform in front of a judge and receive a rating. This year, KHS Orchestra had over 270 entries in solo and ensemble. 53 of these students...

KHS Madrigals, Hard Work, Commitment and More…

Photo Cred: KHS Choir Twitter

Julianna Smith, Choir, Theater Staff Writer

February 5, 2020

The Madrigals choir at KHS is a group of 28 students with a collective passion for singing, and a spirit of teamwork that keeps us going through the busiest times of the year. During the holiday season, the “Mads” commit to caroling wherever we’re requested, often singing upwards of 12 hours’ wort...

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