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Good, Bad, Muddy

Good, Bad, Muddy

Darby Moore, Reporter

October 2, 2012


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Prom and homecoming are two much anticipated major high school events that involved dressing up; but nothing gets Bixby High School students more excited to come to school than the dirty, grimey, gritty-action filled event. Sept. 13 was greeted by an unseasonable cold breeze that lifted the heat o...

Looking Back

Looking Back

Lindsey Hamilton, Editor-in-Chief

May 14, 2012


Filed under Student Life

After graduation,  Bixby seniors were hyped for the beginning of their adult lives -- a life that doesn’t include high school. Infected with Senioritis students anticipate venturing into the ‘real world’. Naturally the end of four long years brings fond memories, there is the urge to redo, o...

The art of body

The art of body

Chelsea Clark, Creative Director

May 8, 2012


Filed under Student Life

Dedication. What does that mean? To 17-year-old Anna Trammell, dedication means following your passion, staying committed, and having patience. For years, Trammell had been looking for the place where she could fit in and do exceptionally well. She felt she never shined anywhere but the weight ro...

Boo Radley brought to trial

Boo Radley brought to trial

Savana Claxton, Reporter

May 5, 2012


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While reading To Kill A Mockingbird in Michelle Carter’s sophomore English class, the students began discussing how exciting it would be to act out the trial of Boo Radley’s conviction. Inspired by her students’ enthusiasm, Carter discussed the idea with Assistant Principal Kate Creekmore and was g...

2012 Scholarship Recipients

April 30, 2012


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On April 17, 2012 BHS and the Bixby Educational Endowment Fund (BEEF) gave 32 of our students a total of $71,500 towards collage! The recipients are: John Vol and Joe S. Peerson Memorial Scholarship, $20,000--Makenzie Thornton Outstanding spartan Scholarship $8,000--Kandace Hudson Doris and Fred Hale Mem...

Wildfire Whitetails

Wildfire Whitetails

Schyler West, Reporter

April 17, 2012


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

It is a known fact that deer are graceful, wild, and shy creatures rarely ever seen unless someone is camouflaged and holding a gun. Not on the Bunch Farm. Senior Ashlee Bunch and her family don’t have a normal standard for pets: Ashlee’s family raise deer.Wildfire Whitetails, the name of the Bunc...

BHS cracks down on dress code

BHS cracks down on dress code

Diego Galaviz, Reporter

April 8, 2012


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

On Wednesday, April 4th, Bixby High School cracked down on students violating the school dress code. A line was started in the west hall that was full of students in violation. There are many different opinions about this call of action. Assistant Principal Kate Creekmore stated, “It’s just gotten...

Administration to enforce eligibility policy for Prom

Brandie McAllister; Mieranda Rubey, Editor; Reporter

January 18, 2012


Filed under News, Student Life, Top Stories

There are many things to consider when preparing for a high school dance: the dress, the tux, transportation, etcetera. But something most students don't stop to think about is their eligibility. Among the excitement of orchestrating the perfect night, one subject not on your mind is school and...

Bixby receives college readiness award

Bixby receives college readiness award

Lindsey Hamilton, Reporter

December 13, 2011


Filed under Student Life

Most high school students know the importance of getting a college education and that the better your high school is rated in education, the better chance you have to get into the college of their choice. Bixby High School was recently awarded the 2011 College Readiness Award from the College Board....

Miss Bixby 2012

December 6, 2011


Filed under Student Life

The theme for the 2012 Miss Bixby Scholarship pageant, sponsored by the Optimist Club, is Old Hollywood. Miss Bixby applications are due: January 6th, 2012 to Terry Sorrells at the Administration building: 109 N. Armstrong in downtown Bixby. Visit www.bixbyoptimist.org to download the application. Click...

Eckert and Hudson nominated for national award

Eckert and Hudson nominated for national award

Diego Galaviz, Reporter

November 22, 2011


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Bixby High School was honored to have two outstanding Spartans represent the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award this year. The Heisman is an annual award that goes to the nation’s most esteemed male and female seniors for excellence in academics, athletics, and community involvement. Each school...

Laura the adventurist

Laura the adventurist

Taylor Reeves, A&E Editor

November 16, 2011


Filed under Student Life

Seventeen-year-old Laura Waldmen is the only 2012 senior at Bixby High School to qualify as a semifinalist for the National Merit Scholarship. Waldman qualified by scoring well on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT). PSAT is a program cosponsored by the College...

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