Blue belles will take the stage with four other high schools today and tomorrow at 7 pm. Along with the four high schools varsity dance teams, there will be other performers including the JV teams, eight... READ MORE »»
For the annual dessert theatre and Fall Show, the theatre department will be performing You Can't Take it with You, a romantic comedy originally released in the U.S. in 1938.
You Can't Take... READ MORE »»
Seniors Jorden Hoelscher (Penny Sycamore) and Kameron Golden (Paul Sycamore), and junior Hunter Jones (Mr. De Pinna)
The general Starbucks coffeehouse offers a calm, warm interior complete with cushioned chairs and low music. It allows relaxation and a quiet place to study, and some locations even offer an outdoor patio... READ MORE »»
Mu Alpha Theta, Leander’s math honor society, opened the doors of their student-run tutoring center, The Den, this past Monday. The club members spent a Saturday decorating and prepping an unused classroom to convert it into a math-themed learning environment.
“I wanted to start the tutoring center... Read More »
It's football season, and that means pep rallies are in the works. Students are shouting and cheering on our football players and teams. Teachers and Assistant Principals are standing on the sidelines of the gym. The Leander Band is standing on the opposite side of the gym from the teachers holding their... Read More »
Parking passes should not be eliminated, but the price should be easier for students to pay. There are legal reasons for why a parking pass is necessary, but $40 is a bit much for a high school parking pass.
Parking passes are a district-wide requirement. At all five LISD high schools the price is... Read More »
The International Baccalaureate, or IB, program is an international educational foundation that helps develop the intellectual, personal, emotional, and social skills to live, learn, and work in a globalizing world.
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The British Broadcasting Corporation, or BBC Club was created this year by juniors Lauren Weber and Noah Heerdink. Their goal is to incorporate British culture into the school by embracing television shows, classic stories such as Sherlock Holmes and music.
At meetings, they watch episodes of popular... Read More »