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The Ranger Record

The Student News Site of Chisholm Trail High School

The Ranger Record

Rangers go international with study abroad program

Rangers go international with study abroad program

Kaci Wade, Reporter May 26, 2023

While most Rangers will be staying home for the summer, a few art students are headed to Europe over the summer to get a better experience and view of things in art history.  “The kids deserve to...

IN THE WORK ZONE As she works on an assignment, Syrah Omar, 12, uses the library as a space to focus on Tuesday, April 25. Photo by Vi Reed, 9

Library hosts activities to encourage student reading

Xydel Brooke, Reporter April 26, 2023

To help encourage students' use of the library and promote conversations about various books, librarian Mylie James hosts a March Madness book bracket where students could vote on their favorite books. According...

ON THE MOVE During the second half of the game, Marianna Benavente, 9, takes back possession of the ball to pass it to her teammate on Friday, Feb. 10, at the Chisholm Trail field. Photo by Julissa Munoz, 11

Ranger athletes finish 2022-2023 seasons

Spring Sports Wrap-Up:  As the 2022-2023 school year heads towards summer, various athletes have battled their way through challenging games, and students share how they finished their season strong...

WORKING HARD As she is preparing for the english 2 staar test Nevaeh Richardson 9 is practicing on how to makew sure she picked the right on Apr.12.2023 at CTHS. Photo by Kaon Burniku 9

Core classes prepare with STAAR season underway

Kaci Wade, Reporter April 26, 2023

Because the English EOC STAAR tests were from Tuesday, April 19–Friday, April 21, the English II teachers have prepared the kids to ace this test to move on to the next grade level.  “My kids have...

THE PERFECT DRESS After she spent a few hours looking for the perfect dress, Adrianna Garza, 12, found the “perfect dress” when she tried on the last dress of the day on Thursday, March 23. Photo contributed by Adrianna Garza, 12

Prom preparations underway for dance on May 6

Rose Sanchez, Reporter April 26, 2023

With the semester winding down, prom excitement is in the air, and students are getting ready for the annual dance this year on Saturday, May 6, at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.  Although...

TEAMWORK MAKES THE DREAM WORK While completing an assignment for AP World History, Tristan Weaver, 10, discusses information with classmates on Friday, Dec. 2. Photo by Peter Anongdeth, 10

Rangers prepare as AP testing season approaches

Garrett Waterworth, Reporter April 26, 2023

As AP exam season grows closer, students planning to take them are studying and taking advice from teachers to prepare for the tests that begin on Monday, May 1, with hopes of obtaining college credit.  “I’ve...

Students share thoughts on HBOs cancellation spree

Students share thoughts on HBO’s cancellation spree

Garrett Waterworth, Reporter April 26, 2023

After HBO announced they would remove 36 shows from their catalog, students share their thoughts on another streaming service changing content lineup.   This continues as platforms further condense...

National spotlight on media banning sparks concern for students

National spotlight on media banning sparks concern for students

Dorcha Whitney, Reporter November 2, 2022

With the growing concern of censorship in schools and surrounding media, students worry these bans and decisions could impact their campus. “It's concerning,” sophomore Chloe Shipman said. “At...

ROARING APPLAUSE As cheerleaders and football players battle it out in musical chairs, the student section cheers for the competitors at the Pink Out pep rally on Friday, Oct. 7. Photo by Adrianna Garza, 12

Administrators discuss pep rally safety amid overcrowding on campus

Camila Mares, Reporter November 2, 2022

Because this school year has seen the highest number of students in the freshman class and the number of students outnumbers seats in the gym, this issue has raised pep rally safety concerns for security...

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Student, faculty share challenges overcrowded school causes to population

Marlon Iglesias, Reporter November 2, 2022

As more students join campus with each growing class, students and faculty share their thoughts on overcrowding and how this impacts the daily goings on of the school. “There were moments from last...

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