Mustang Monthly

Going Gold

We are now about halfway through with Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month. Addi’s Faith Foundation is a non-profit organization making a difference in the lives of children with cancer. This month they have some special partnerships within the community.

Katie Brubaker, Staff Writer

September 21, 2020

Every day, 48 families will receive the life-changing news that their child has cancer. A local foundation, Addi’s Faith Foundation, is one of many organizations that aim to aide families who received a cancer diagnosis and have to undergo chemotherapy. It also funds research to help end pediatric ...

Come Join Future Business Leaders of America!

Come Join Future Business Leaders of America!

Kelsey Knigin, Soccer, FBLA Staff Writer

September 18, 2020

Future Business Leaders of America is one of the most recently-founded organizations on the Kingwood campus. Its overall purpose is to provide opportunities to prepare students for future business careers. While FBLA is focused around business, the organization is great for anyone who wants to develop...

Mustang Library: Monthly Must-Have Convos

Flyer for the upcoming mental health webinar

Daphne Han and Emily Moore

September 12, 2020

Recently, our librarians Mrs. Schilling and Mrs. Adelman have worked hard to create Mustang Library’s Monthly Must-Have Convos. In observance of the current issues of society, Dr. Nasra presented an initiative to the librarians. The model aims to address societal issues through conversation and will t...

Tips for Virtual Learning

Kingwood High School students share their tips on how they stay productive and organized in a new learning environment.

Alexis Pubentz, Staff Writer

August 31, 2020

This school year has brought many changes for us, especially in how we do school. Virtual learning is something relatively new for all of us. It has changed our schedules, the way we do classwork, and where we do our classwork. Although some of us are going back face-to-face, virtual learning still is the r...

What Makes a Successful Online Learner?

This is a nice example of what online learning may look like. Online learning can make learning happen in a variety of contexts, locations, and times.

Griselda, Staff Writer

August 23, 2020

As many of you know some of us are going to continue doing online learning while others are doing in-person. Some of us might be considering continuing online learning. To some of us, online learning is new to us and we are just getting used to it and so it can be overwhelming or harder to understand...

Camp ARCH Experience- My First Introduction into Architecture

Camp ARCH logo/banner.

Phoebe Han, Staff Writer

August 17, 2020

This summer, I was accepted into Camp ARCH, a five-day camp where we would have the opportunity to learn and experience the many professions of architecture, urban planning, and visualization. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, the camp would be held virtually, but nonetheless, I still had an amazing time and...

Back to School – What Looks Different this Year

An encouraging message on the marquee outside of Shadow Forest Elementary, one of Kingwood High's feeder schools.

Emily Moore, Assistant Student Life & Features Editor

July 23, 2020

UPDATE- Humble ISD held a board meeting on August 3  to reevaluate the plan below. The final plan has everyone starting off online on August 11th. Self-contained special education students have the option to return on-campus on August 17th. Elementary and secondary students may return on-campus on August ...

Now We See Them: an Unconventional Graduation

Our 2020 seniors finally got their big moment in the spotlight, socially distanced.

Neha Shaw, Editor-in-Chief

July 22, 2020

“Now you see us.” The trademark slogan of Kingwood High School’s graduating class of 2020 originated as a play on words and having 20/20 vision, but on Monday, July 20, 2020, it could not have rang more true. This determined, fun, and talented group of students that walked the stage on this date, ...

A New Kind of Summer Vacation

Summer is coming up and although it may be different from previous years, it will still be filled with adventures.

Katie deMasi

June 2, 2020

“Summer. Summer. Summer. Summer. SUMMER!” This iconic line from High School Musical 2 tends to resurface to the classrooms around this time every May. Students across campus eager to get out of school and race out of the building, finally to have 3 months filled with never-ending fun. I’ve been ...

What have KHS students gained or hope we all learn throughout this quarantine experience? 

The term

Griselda, Staff Writer

June 1, 2020

Like many students across Texas and the country, Kingwood Mustangs find themselves under quarantine. They are either keeping themselves busy such as staying active, remaining in contact with friends and family just so they can stay out of their place of boredom. This has definitely been a crazy time fo...

Kingwood French Students Compete in Texas French Symposium

From left to right (in the back):Ainsley Gill (President), Rachel Moore (VP), Claire Sullivan (Secretary)

Moyu Yumoto, Staff Writer

May 6, 2020

Texas French Symposium is an annual two-day academic competition for students taking French from all over the state. Students take a series of written tests in vocabulary, grammar, civilization, and listening comprehension as well as compete in individual events. There are a number of events in which students...

Study Abroad for Free in High School

Former Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange students posing for a fun picture on program

Emily Moore, Assistant Student Life Editor

April 21, 2020

The Department of State sponsors several scholarship programs for high school students each year.  Three of the most enriching ones are featured here. If you take every chance presented to you to experience new things, see the world, and meet new people, you may want to look into one of the program...

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