The School Bulletin of New Caney High School
  • Second Semester Begins Tuesday, January 5th, 2016!

Mrs. Stefanie Perritt-Corso

Mrs. Stefanie Perritt-Corso

Breana Whileyman, Writer

Thriving at her first year at New Caney High School, Mrs. Stefanie Perritt-Corso, a wonderful teacher of eight years, continues on her journey accomplishing what she loves. Born and lived in Arcadia, Louisiana until the age of five, she moved often due to her dad’s army assignments. Mrs. Corso grew up and matured in various places. She has lived in such places as El Paso, Texas, the Netherlands for two years, Washington D.C., and Houston, Texas. This unsettling lifestyle has caused her to attend many different schools. Not only did it make school difficult, but also made it difficult for her to truly focus on her studies. Having a happy family, Stefanie has two children: Jaxon Matthew...  Read More »

May 22, 2016

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Cecilia Lazo–A Cheerleader With Class!

Cecilia Lazo–A Cheerleader With Class!

Jazmin Del Angel, Writer

Cecilia Lazo, sedulously working during all her years of middle school and the beginning of high school, reached notice and acclaim when she auditioned and advanced to the 2015-2016 Junior Varsity High School Cheerleading Squad. Cecilia, a freshman in New Caney High School, has adjusted and adapted to the school's atmosphere along with her close companions. Notwithstanding the fears and insecurity of a new setting, a new change of scenery, and the choices and difficulties that came with the busy world of high school, she now feels comfortable at New Caney. When entering New Caney High School, Cecilia knew that she would face conflicts and challenges in her school studies, including assiduous work, moral responsibility, and harmonious interaction among teachers and all of the students. Nevertheless, she showed diligence toward her work and benevolence toward her classmates...  Read More »

May 19, 2016

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Arlington National Cemetery

Arlington National Cemetery

Melissa Garza, Writer

Arlington National Cemetery, located in Washington, D.C., houses thousands of brave souls who fought and honored the United States of America. Before Arlington National Cemetery evolved into a cemetery, the premises held the confederate general Robert E. Lee’s house. His home, named Arlington house, still remains on the premises with a memorial for the confederate general honoring him. During the Civil war, president Lincoln commanded the armies to find a new cemetery. Owing to high mortality rates from the war,  neighboring cemeteries could not bear to bury the soldiers anymore. The soldiers made the land of Robert E. Lee their new cemetery. Confederate and even Union soldiers now went to Arlington Cemetery to rest. In 1864, the large Arlington Cemetery grew in size, eventually evolving into a national military cemetery. Many memorials and famous graves reside in Arlington...  Read More »

May 22, 2016

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School Year 2015-2016: Welcome Back Students, Teachers, and Administrators!

School Year 2015-2016: Welcome Back Students, Teachers, and Administrators!

Robert Hoffman, Editor in Chief

Welcome everyone for school year 2015-2016 after a relaxing summer! In its pursuit of excellence, New Caney High School has many wonderful programs and numerous engaging activities for students and staff this year! During my travels and professional associations this past year, teachers and business professionals all stressed the critical necessity of clear and concise writing skills. Not only do college professors require it, but also business professionals demand it. Elegant writing training, so urgently needed in schools, always will remain a critical skill for future studies and gainful...  Read More »

July 21, 2015

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The People vs. O.J. Simpson: An American Crime Story

The People vs. O.J. Simpson: An American Crime Story

Chloe Eick, Writer

Similar to the book after the most famous courtroom case of the 20th century, ‘The People v. O.J Simpson: An American Crime Story" plays out in a 12 part television series...  Read More »

May 1, 2016

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Arianna Grupe, Writer

The 9 alarm chili cook-off works to help raise money for the Cy-Fair Fire Department by offering a friendly competition for any member of the community to enter. On Saturday...  Read More »

May 22, 2016

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Nederland Bulldogs 42, New Caney High School Eagles 28

The Nederland Bulldogs beat New Caney High School Eagles Saturday 42-28. Eagles football team, thank you for a wonderful season!

November 15, 2015

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The School Bulletin of New Caney High School
The School Bulletin of New Caney High School