SAT EXAMS: The key that opens the gates for college

SAMANTHA ORTIZ, Staff Writer

September 24, 2014

Filed under Classes & Education

The SAT exams are important because they are used by colleges to determine if a student is admitted. “Most colleges require you to take the SAT or ACT for and entrance exam”, Counselor Joanna said. It is recommended...

VIDEO GAMES: Behind the scenes of producing that next hit

WESLEY TANNER, Staff writer

September 24, 2014

Filed under Classes & Education, Showcase

Because of the rise of the video game industry, careers involving games is a popular choice, but it’s not that easy. In order to get into a major game companies like Infinity Ward, or Bungie you need a bachelor’s degree in video game design and computer science, and even sometimes just a high school diploma with experience with video games.

PREPARING FOR COLLEGE: With graduation approaching, tips for seniors

HANNAH POLK and LESLIE GOMEZ

September 24, 2014

Filed under Classes & Education, Showcase

KHS seniors have a lot to prepare for before graduating and going to college. Some of these things include applying to schools, taking SATs, and filling out their FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Getting ready for college can start as early as freshman year. One of the most important things students can do as freshmen is taking Advanced Placement and honors classes.

COLLEGE FAIR SCENES: Students begin planning for their futures

POLLEN BARUA, Staff writer

September 19, 2014

Filed under Classes & Education, Showcase

Different colleges from all over Texas and even some from out of state visited KHS to talk to the juniors and seniors about their future. Colleges like Texas Tech, Texas A&M, the University of North Texas, and many more told students about the many opportunities available. The College Fair was definitely a great experience, many students said. Here are some scenes from College Day.

LIVESTOCK EXPERTS: FFA judges show their skills in competition

April 21, 2014

Filed under Activities, Ag, Classes & Education

By HANNAH WALLACE The FFA livestock judging teams recently traveled to Texas A&M University in Commerce and Tarleton State University in Stephenville to participate and represent KHS in area Career Development Events.  Read More »...

SPECIAL OLYMPICS: 11th annual event kicks off in Kaufman

April 11, 2014

Filed under Life Skills, Sports, Track

  By JASMINE POSIGIAN KHS will be hosting he Special Olympics on April 15. This will be the 11th annual Special Olympics held in Kaufman. There are field events such as softball throw and running long jump. Then there are r...

PI DAY FUN: Rap turns up the volume to 3.14

April 3, 2014

Filed under Activities, Classes & Education, Math, Video

Junior Gatlin Wafford got into the spirit of Pi Day recently with this rap. The day was celebrated in algebra classes with various projects. Wafford chose a unique way to educate about pi. ...

MANESTAGE PRODUCTIONS: Actors compete at UIL One Act Play competition; Friday performances planned for students, community

April 1, 2014

Filed under Activities, Classes & Education, Theater

By JORDAN KLEIN and JESSICA DEVLUGT The KHS Manestage Production class competed at the 14 AAA District UIL One Act Play competition on March 29. Read More »...

MMMMMM, PIE: Algebra classes celebrate Pi Day!

March 31, 2014

Filed under Activities, Math

By ANTHONY PONTON The algebra 2 classes recently celebrated Pi day this Friday for the seventh year in a row. Read More »...

MILKING IT: Students learn about the lives of cows through dairy exhibition, dissection

March 26, 2014

Filed under Activities, Ag, Classes & Education, Principles of Human Services

By SHELBY LATHAM and MEAGAN COUNTS Southern Dairy Farmers recently visited to the high school to show the agricultural classes and Ceilia Eldridge’s Principles or Human Services classes how to milk a dairy cow. Read More »...

CREATIVE MINDS: Fashion Design students create some pillow power

March 21, 2014

Filed under Activities, Classes & Education, Fashion Design

By MEAGAN COUNTS The Fashion Design students are getting into creation mode, and their first project of the semester has been completed. Creating projects is good for students to learn how to make things for their future, a...

MANESTAGE PRODUCTIONS: Theater group takes center stage at One Act Play clinic

March 19, 2014

Filed under Activities, Classes & Education, Theater, UIL

By JORDAN KLEIN and JESSICA DEVLUGT The ManeStage Productions class and UIL One Act Play cast and crew visited Texas A&M University-Commerce on March 6 for their annual One Act Play clinic. Read More »...

SMAT VIDEO: KHS Prom Closet 2014

March 18, 2014

Filed under Classes & Education, News, Prom, SMAT, Video

You don't have to spend big bucks on a prom dress. Visit the Prom Closet!

ARCHERY: Winning at Texas State Archery Program, team qualifies for Nationals

March 18, 2014

Filed under Activities, Archery, Classes & Education

By VICTORIA RAY The KHS Archery team took second place out of 26 teams in the Texas State Archery Program and had great results. They are now eligible for the National Tournament in May for the sixth time in seven years. Read More »...

SMAT CLASS: Slenderman — Do You Believe? A Mocumentary

March 7, 2014

Filed under Activities, Classes & Education, SMAT, Video

This is the KHS SMAT class's entry into the UIL Film Festival. The KHS video was the only entry that was complete by the submission deadline. Those students who participated to help Anthony Gallip, Asabi Garcia, Anthony Munoz,...

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