The Woodlands High School

Highlander Happenings January 23 – February 4, 2023

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GPA Exemptions: If a current junior or senior would like to have a GPA exemption for a program such as football or orchestra, please have them contact their counselor for a GPA exemption form. Students can add or take away a GPA exemption through January 27th 2023. Students who might seek a GPA exemption should currently have at least a 4.0 weighted GPA. Further information on GPA exemptions can be found on the counselor’s webpage. Additional information about GPA exemptions and GPA exempt courses can be found on the district’s link:

Updated GPA and Class Ranks: Seniors will have their GPA and Class Rank updated by January 27th 2023. The GPA and class rank will cover their 7 semesters of high school. For honor rank at graduation, the third quarter mark will be used as their final spring semester grade in GPA calculation. This GPA and class rank will be released the second week in April.

Junior GPA and Class Rank will be run next. We hope to have it ready by February 16, 2023.

Sophomore GPA and Class Rank will be downloaded before we leave for spring break on March 10, 2023.

Attention Junior and Senior Parents: TWHS will offer a School Day SAT on Tuesday April 25, 2023. Students who wish to test MUST register via School Cash Online. Juniors may use this as their one free test, Seniors who have already used their one free test will be charged $36.

Registration will be via School Cash Online beginning this Monday 1/23 and will continue through 2/24. If this is your senior’s first test, you will be reimbursed once your student has tested. Please note the above deadline to register your student for this SAT test is a hard deadline from College Board. Again, if your student wishes to take advantage of a school day SAT on 4/25, they must register via School Cash Online. If you have any questions, please contact your student’s counselor.

We hope to see everyone at our TWHS COURSE INFORMATION EVENING EXTRAVAGANZA on Tuesday, January 24 from 6 – 8pm at the TWHS Senior Campus off of Research Forest Drive. Come with your families and experience all that TWHS has to offer our students. Please see our flyer for more information: Evening Extravaganza Link

Other Registration Updates:

January 17 – 20 Blitz Week

January 23 – February 3rd Registration in Parent/Student Access will be open

February 2 – Counselor Help Night at the Senior Campus in the Cafeteria 4:30 – 6:30pm

April 14, 2023 @ 3pm Dual Credit paperwork must be complete and submitted by this date

April 21, 2023 @ 3pm Final Course Selection Deadline for the 2023- 2024 School year.

College and Career News:

Please follow the College and Career Center Instagram, @twhsccc, for updates about college visits, CCC events, scholarships and to see where our seniors will be going to college!

  • The University of Oklahoma will be visiting the College and Career Center on Tuesday, January 31st. Students interested in meeting with our OU representative can sign up for the visit in Naviance.
  • Seniors, many scholarship deadlines are approaching. Please check the scholarship page to see all of what is available.
  • It is a graduation requirement for seniors to either complete the FAFSA or opt out. Here is a document with instructions to help with both. Visit the College and Career Canvas page for more information regarding the FAFSA.

Lunch and Learns-I will be having lunch and learn opportunities for juniors to come in to the College and Career Center and go over topics related to the college application process throughout this 9 weeks. We will be going over how to research colleges, what to do on a campus visit, college essay tips and testing FAQ. Students can sign up at this link.

Junior Jumpstart-Mark your calendars for this event, currently scheduled for Wednesday March 1, 2023. We will have information sessions on a variety of topics spanning junior college, trade school, 4 year universities and every topic in between. More information about the exact sessions will come later.

Virtual Job Fair- This is an opportunity for students interested in part-time or full-time employment. If you are interested, be sure to scan to QR code to register.

The Next Generation Leadership program application is now open. This is an opportunity for students in the class of 2024 to foster community engagement and develop leadership skills through monthly workshops. The deadline for applying is March 3, and more information can be found here.


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2022 Federal Report Card and Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

The Woodlands High School 2022 Accountability Summary is available on our TWHS Website. The Federal Report Card and TAPR can both be accessed using the following steps:

From our website:

· Go to "Our School/Campus"

· Click “View School Profile"

· Select “Accountability Reports”

· Click “2021-2022"

· Select "Texas Academic Performance Report" or "Federal Report Card"


THIS IS FOR SECOND SEMESTER CLASSES ONLY----For AP students in Spring ONLY semester classes, please make sure to sign into your account and enroll in your Spring AP class section (you will be able to join after your first day of class in January). Your teacher will give you the join code, so be sure to check with them if needed. For students that do NOT already have a College Board account, you will need to go to College Board to create one. Please make sure you only have ONE account, and you must use your legal name when you register. After you have enrolled you will then register and pay for your Spring AP exam on the school webstore (this will open on Friday, January 6th) at The deadline is February 27, 2023.

For all other students enrolled in yearlong classes, you have already enrolled in your myapclassroom. If you are NOT planning to take your AP exam in the Spring or you have dropped your AP class, please notify Mrs. Spears via email. The FINAL deadline to register and pay for all AP exams is February 27, 2023. If you have any questions, ask your AP teacher or Mrs. Spears ( in grade level.

For those students that do not pay by 2/27/23, your AP exam order will be cancelled.

Also, if you are new to our campus, and have been enrolled in College Board for another school, please be sure to update your school code under your profile---The Woodlands HS 441471.

Be sure to see the "All Things AP Testing" newsletter located on the TWHS website for all AP testing details:


BASEBALL'S DIAMOND DARLINGS: The TWHS Diamond Darlings will host their annual ORWALL Challenger fundraiser on Saturday, January 21 at 6 p.m. at the College Park Baseball Field. Tickets are $5 at the gate - cash only. Come watch the Diamond Darlings scrimmage the College Park Dugout Dolls with our wonderful Challenger athletes. There will be an amazing silent auction (cash or check only) and concessions available. All proceeds benefit the ORWALL Challenger program.

GIRLS GOLF: The Girls Golf Varsity Invitational was at The Woodlands Resort. Veronika Exposito shot a 4 under par 2 day total of 140 to win the Vern Edwards Invitational for the 2nd year in a row. While 4 of her top 5 team members were not playing, Veronika led the B team to a 5th place finish over nearly every top 5 team in the woodlands area.

Senior Kylie King shot 167 total. Freshman Luna Cruz 169. Sophomores Blythe Bowman and Claire Smith added 173 and 174.

Sophomore Sofia De La Garza led the rest of The Woodlands girls with a 174 total.

SWIM & DIVE: Highlander swim and dive have entered the championship season. Varsity Districts is this weekend, Friday January 19 and Saturday January 20th at the CISD Natatorium. Diving takes place on Friday starting at 4 PM and swimming starts on Saturday at 10 AM. Regionals takes place February 2-4 at the CISD Natatorium. Diving starts at 4 PM Thursday, swimming prelims is on Friday at 10 AM, and swimming finals is Saturday starting at 2 PM. Come out and support the Highlanders as they make their way to the state championship in Austin!

BOYS BASKETBALL: Boys Basketball is currently in 1st place of the tough District 13-6A. Our record is 18-6 (8-1). We play at Grand Oaks on Saturday at their place at 1pm. Sub-Varsity levels continue to do well like the varsity. Our current program record for all 5 teams combined is 82-15 (41-2)!!! Come support these guys next Tuesday evening when we host Cleveland HS.


FBLA NEWS: We will have a meeting on Wednesday, January 25, 2023, at 3:00 pm in Room 245 at the Senior Campus. We are gearing up for FBLA Week February 5-11 so after the meeting committees will meet to plan for FBLA Week.

UIL Accounting: Members of the UIL Accounting Team should be coming to Room 252 during Advisory on Red Days only.

SCUBA CLUB: Thank you Mr. Will De Gorostiza for the engaging presentation on freediving and spearfishing at our club meeting this month!

Our next club meeting is Monday, Febuary 6th, 3-4pm in the senior campus LGI1 (freshmen can take the activities shuttle bus). All are welcome! You do not have to be scuba certified to attend, and snacks will be provided. Our speaker will be David Claunch with the Curious Minds Dive Foundation, which hosts summer camps for middle and high school students in Florida. Remember, each meeting you attend gets you an additional chance to win prizes at our end-of-year meeting/party in May! Join our Band App group to keep up with the latest club happenings--search "Scuba Club At TWHS."

MEET IN THE MIDDLE CLUB: Our next meeting will be held on Monday, January 23rd, from 2:45-3:30pm in room 107. We will be playing board games and socializing. There will be snacks and drinks as usual! EVERYONE is welcome to join us at any time during the year for our fun get togethers! OUR MISSION: to connect students with intellectual disabilities to their typically developing peers for fun, friendship, and fitness activities. UPCOMING MEETINGS: February 13th Valentine's Party / February 27th Track & Field Day

TURNING POINT USA: The Turning Point club at The Woodlands High School is a place where students can participate in safe, civil, and engaging political discussion. Anyone is welcome. We yearn to create an environment where people of all political backgrounds can have interesting and impactful conversations. The club also hosts various speakers such as political commentators and politicians, holds discussions and debates, and provides members with an opportunity to present and defend their viewpoints. Join us every Tuesday in Room 322. Snacks, drinks, and pizza will be provided.

Any questions or desire to speak/present, just email:


Join the Woodlands High School PTO!

Please support TWHS PTO for 2022-2023 using the link below to purchase a tax-deductible membership.

TWHS PTO uses its funds to provide enhanced educational materials, host Senior class events and staff luncheons, recognize student achievement and more!

Thank you for your support!

The Woodlands High School PTO

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TWHS SOCIAL MEDIA: The Woodlands High School has Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts for each campus. Please make sure you go to the official accounts, as there are several fake accounts on the internet. The official sites are: for the 9th Grade Campus for the Senior Campus

Twitter handles are @TWHSCISD for the Senior Campus. Twitter for the 9th Grade campus is @TWHS9THCISD.

Instagram handles are @thewoodlandshs and @twhs9thcisd.

STUDENT PARKING: Please note that the posted speed limit on the TWHS property is 10 MPH. Please be sure to observe the speed limit as well follow traffic rules such as stopping at intersections and cross paths on the property as well as using blinkers when turning into parking spaces and pathways.

Students assigned parking spaces in the Band Lot (1279-1508) or ROTC Lot (2114-2163) must move their cars by 3 pm every day. Students/Parents are not allowed to cut through the church parking lot. Nor are they allowed to park at the church or the neighborhood across the street. You will be towed. All information about parking can be found on the school website:

ATTENDANCE: To report an absence, call:

9th Grade: 832-592-8025

10th Grade: 936-709-1234

11th Grade: 936-709-1236

12th Grade: 936-709-1233

Grades 10-12: 936-709-1213

If your student needs to leave early, please send him or her in with a note to be delivered to the attendance office before school, during lunch or between classes. Doing so ensures the check-out process will be as quick and efficient as possible.

Feel free to call the attendance office with any questions or concerns you may have. We're here to help.


If your student has received any vaccines this school year that you would like to be added to their electronic record, feel free to send a copy or screenshot of those to the clinic at school. Colleges and universities do require a second dose of the Meningitis (MCV4) vaccine that is received on or after the 16th birthday. You can email records to for the Senior Campus, or for the Ninth Grade Campus.

If you have a graduating senior or you have plans to move over the summer, please be sure to request a copy of the vaccine record to be picked up by your student or emailed to you before the end of school. We are not available after May 26th, and clinic staff are the only ones with access to the records. We also do not submit records to colleges or universities for you. Records are kept for 5 years after a student is last enrolled in Conroe ISD.

If you have received a letter or email stating that your child has an upcoming vaccine due or an expiring Conscientious Objector affidavit, please take care of submitting those things to the clinic within 10 days after the due date so that your child may remain enrolled. The affidavits can take up to 30 days to be mailed from Austin, but you can request up to 5 at one time.

Both clinics are wrapping up our required vision and hearing screening for all students who are new to the district this year. If your child comes home with a vision referral, that letter must be signed by an eye doctor and returned to the clinic in order to count as a completed referral. If you need assistance with getting an eye exam or glasses for your student, please let the nurse know; we do have ways to help you.

Thank you for all that you do in supporting our efforts to keep our students healthy and in school!


TWHS THEATER Presents: Les Misérables - This Weekend!

The Woodlands High School Performing Arts is thrilled to present Les Misérables School Edition, a dramatic musical where you’ll find yourself immersed in the chaos of early nineteenth-century France. Join us for this powerful performance on January 19th and 20th at 7pm, and the 21st at 2pm and 7pm! For more information about our production of Les Misérables School Edition, visit our website at Also, visit our socials for updates about our department and exclusive backstage sneak peeks @twhstheater. There are mature themes in the show so parental guidance is suggested.

AP RESEARCH: TWHS Researchers seek participants: Would you or someone you know be willing to participate in a research study or two? AP Research is a unique opportunity for high school students to investigate their own year-long inquiry, resulting in an academic paper and presentation echoing a dissertation. These highlander researchers need your help getting the word out! Please take a couple of minutes to take any relevant surveys and help us by posting and sharing with anyone you can! Some of this year’s researchers hope to investigate the following:


All ages:

Over 18:

TWHS BAND: TWHS Band members just completed a strenuous season of TMEA competitions. Congratulations to the 49 TWHS Band members who earned membership in the TMEA Region IX Band, the 25 members who advanced to Area, and the 6 members who earned All-State status!

The band sent 126 students to the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) All-Region Band competition on December 2nd & 3rd after having rehearsed the music since late July. They competed against high school musicians from around the North Houston region to compete for the All-Region IX Band status in order to rehearse and perform in a clinic & concert on December 9th & 10th at Klein Cain HS. TWHS Band came away from the contest with more than 1/3 of its participants earning Region status, surpassing the other schools in the Region by more than 25 members! In addition, 7 students earned 1st Chair seat placement in Region IX.

Congratulations to these 49 musicians for their TMEA All-Region accomplishments:

Paige Beach - piccolo; Kaitlyn Maresca - flute; Avery Sullivan - flute; Michael Pardo - flute; Sarah Higdon - flute; Sasha Osborne - flute; Jaanvi Patel - flute; Abby Brown - flute; Anna Nowiczeski - flute; Bella Uthe - flute; Evan Work # - oboe; Marlie Thompson - oboe; Lindsay Glaccum # - bassoon; Liam Bustos - bassoon; Jai Maggu - bassoon; Marin Northcott # - Eb clarinet; Charlotte Juneau # - clarinet; Sarah Kozlowsky - clarinet; Sergio Rodriguez - clarinet; Hannah Oman - clarinet; Payton Fuller - clarinet; Aubrie Edmondson - clarinet; Alex Thomas - clarinet; Gabriel Arias - bass clarinet; Claire Howard - trumpet; Joseph Azzarrello - trumpet; Jacob Pagan - trumpet; Colton Moore - trumpet; Madden Randall - trumpet; Jake Shumate - trumpet; Harrison Griffith - french horn; Cecilia Vazquez - french horn; Vincent V Voortman - trombone; Madeleine Lee - trombone; Ryan Gordley - trombone; Nicolaas van Poppel - trombone; MJ Berry # - bass trombone; Kyle Bonhomme - euphonium; Andrew Rogers - tuba; Chris Spark - tuba; Jaxon Clough # - percussion; Mark Hulet - percussion; Grant Rainbolt - percussion; Jacob Kozlowsky - percussion; Alexander Torres - percussion; Grant Schilling - percussion; Camden Clough - percussion; Blake Eaton - percussion; Justin Teal - percussion

# = 1st Chair Region IX

After being named a Region IX All-Region member, these students then performed through an Area-level round to try and earn Area status on the road to All-State. They competed against students from across the Greater Houston area in order to achieve Area membership. Some of these students are recognized as Area members because they earned a seat in Region IX Orchestra.

Congratulations to these TWHS Band members who are now TMEA Area members:

Kaitlyn Maresca - flute; Avery Sullivan^ - flute; Marlie Thompson^ - oboe; Evan Work^ - oboe; Liam Bustos - bassoon; Lindsay Glaccum^ - bassoon; Jai Maggu^ - bassoon; Marin Northcott - Eb clarinet; Charlotte Juneau^ - clarinet; Sarah Kozlowsky^ - clarinet; Sergio Rodriguez - clarinet; Hannah Oman - clarinet; Payton Fuller - clarinet; Claire Howard^ - trumpet; Joe Azzarello^ - trumpet; Madden Randall^ - trumpet; Harrison Griffith^ - french horn; Cecilia Vazquez^ - french horn; MJ Berry^ - trombone; Vincent V Voortman^ - trombone; Andrew Rogers^ - tuba; Jaxon Clough^ - percussion; Jacob Kozlowsky^ - percussion; Grant Schilling^ - percussion; Camden Clough^ - percussion

^ = Region IX Orchestra member

After being named an Area Member, these students then auditioned again on January 7th to earn TMEA All-State status. They competed against the best band students in the state.

Congratulations to our 6 TWHS Band members who are now TMEA ALL-STATE members:

Kaitlyn Maresca - flute; Liam Bustos - bassoon; Lindsay Glaccum - bassoon;

Charlotte Juneau - clarinet; Sarah Kozlowsky - clarinet; Jaxon Clough - percussion

Earning the honor of being a Texas All-State member is the most difficult accomplishment to achieve as a high school musician. These students will travel to San Antonio February 8-11 for a music clinic and convention where they will learn from nationally and internationally recognized conductors, culminating in a concert in front of thousands.

We are so proud of ALL of these TWHS Band members for putting in the countless hours of practice it took to achieve these Region, Area, & State memberships!



MD Anderson is asking for your help to save three lives. The annual blood drive is scheduled for Monday, Feb. 6th (Red day) in the school lobby. If you want to volunteer to donate blood you must be at least seventeen years old and weigh at least one-hundred ten pounds. If you do not meet the criteria to donate blood, or if you want to help in another way to collect blood, feel free to invite your family and friends in the community to participate in the blood drive. Having a family member or friend present can also help if you are a first time donor. All donors must eat a hearty meal before donating blood. Students can sign up to donate blood during lunch on Feb. 1st (Wed.), 2nd (Thurs.), or 3rd (Fri). Make sure your parents, teachers, and coaches are aware you are donating blood. Stay caught up on your school work. We look forward to seeing you at the blood drive.

Blood Donation Qualifications at MD Anderson Cancer Center Blood Bank and Questions to test your BLOOD IQ

Website for MD Anderson Blood Bank: / blood bank

Phone Number to call with concerns or questions: 713-792-7788- MD Anderson Blood Bank or TWHS Grade Level Office: 936-709-1472

MD Anderson Blood Drive at TWHS

Parent/Community Volunteer Donors Do NOT need an appointment and DO NOT have to wait in line.

Student Donors can be exempt for up to 5 tardies for donating blood.

Date: Monday, February 6th, 2023

Time: 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Place: TWHS – Front Lobby

Prizes: Community Service – Giving the Gift of Life

T-Shirts & refreshments


DIET: EAT BREAKFAST A substantial meal one to four hours prior to donating is preferable (Oatmeal, Cereal and milk, juice, fruit, eggs, sausage, bacon, toast).

HYDRATIONDrink at least 12 oz. prior to blood donation. A unit of blood

is about 450 cc’s – one pint – 2 cups. 7-10% of your body weight is blood.

If your weight is 120 pounds, your body contains 8-10 pints of blood.

AGE: At least 17 years old. No upper age limit.

WEIGHT: Minimum of 110 pounds.

IDENTIFICATION REQUIRED: Valid picture I.D. and students must prove age

HOW OFTEN CAN YOU DONATE BLOOD: Whole Blood every 56 days (8 weeks)

MEDICATIONS: Antibiotics – None within 24 hours of donation.

Accutane – often prescribed for acne – None within last month. Aspirin products – o.k. for whole blood – please notify staff

BODY PIERCING AND TATTOOS: None within past 2 weeks. If procedure was completed at a Texas licensed professional facility utilizing sterile technique – o.k. after 2 weeks. If not at a professional facility - 12 month deferral.

MAJOR SURGERY: If feeling well and have no signs of infection, and did not have a blood transfusion, skin or bone graph, there are no restrictions.

INVASIVE DENTAL WORK: None within 24 hours.

FEVER: You must have a temperature of 99.5 or less after one to two readings.

ASTHMA: Can donate blood if no major asthmatic episode/attack within the last week. If prescribed an inhaler, please bring with you at time of donation.

DIABETES: Can donate blood if your blood glucose levels are under control.

HEPATITIS: Anyone who has had hepatitis after the age of 11 years is NOT eligible to donate blood.


MD Anderson staff members will evaluate temperature (must be 99.5 or less), blood pressure (generally needs to be less than 145 systolic – top number, and 90 diastolic –bottom number), pulse (normal rate is 60-100 beats per minute) and hemoglobin (iron containing pigment of the red blood cells that carries oxygen) will be tested by drop of blood – finger stick – needs to be 12.5 or higher.

DONOR HISTORY QUESTIONNAIRE: Will be completed on a computer with a staff member from MD Anderson.

BLOOD DONOR TRAVEL GUIDE – Information provided here can be used as a guide to help you decide if you are eligible to donate. The FDA has directed that travel to or residing in certain countries can make you unsuitable for donation. If you have questions, please call MD Anderson Cancer Center Blood Bank. Eligibility changes frequently. Listed below are some of the requirements:

(Some of these requirements are related to “mad cow” disease which is UBUovine USUpongiform UEUncephalopathy – BSE and some are related to “malaria areas”)

If a person or has spent 3 months or more between 1980 - 1996 in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Isle of man, The Channel or Falkland Islands it is an indefinite deferral.

If a person has spent 5 years or more between 1980 & now in Europe it is an indefinite deferral.

If a person has spent the last 12 months in Iraq donors must wait 1 year to give.

People who have visited a Malaria area must be back in the United States for 1 year without contracting Malaria.


How many units of blood does MD Anderson transfuse?

450 to 600 units a day

Cancer treatment usually requires how much blood?

2 to 6 units of blood

6 to 8 units of platelets daily for 2 to 4 weeks

Leukemia usually requires how much blood?

2 to 6 units of blood

6 to 8 units of platelets daily for 2 to 4 weeks

Anywhere from 4 to 400 units in the course of their therapy

A bone marrow transplant usually requires how much blood?

1 to 2 units given every other day for 4 weeks

6 to 8 units of platelets daily for 4 to 6 weeks

An accident victim can require how much blood?

4 to 100 units of blood.

A kidney transplant usually requires how much blood?

2 units of blood

A liver transplant usually requires how much blood?

10 units of blood

10 units of platelets

A heart transplant usually requires how much blood?

4 to 6 units of blood

Sickle Cell Disease can periodically require how much blood to treat complications?

10 to 15 units of blood

Open heart surgery usually requires how much blood?

2 to 6 units of blood

1 to 10units of platelets

Can just ONE pint of your blood help save the lives of several people?

Yes! The pint you donate is usually split into three parts to meet the needs of different patients. For example, your platelets may give a child with leukemia a chance to live, while your red cells may help in a surgery to remove a cancerous tumor.

Can artificial or animal blood be used in place of human blood?

No! There is no substitute for human blood. People are the only source of blood. The gift of blood truly is the gift of life.

Are donors paid money for their blood?

No! Volunteers now provide ALL of the Nation’s blood supply. If you get paid then it is not going to a sick patient who needs the gift of life.

JROTC: Congratulations to Spencer Snarr who was selected as one of 100 cadets worldwide for the J-100 scholarship–an all-expenses-paid college ROTC scholarship to the university of his choice!

Our freshmen have a field trip to Lone Star Flight Museum on Thursday the 26th, where they will gain a deeper understanding of aerospace history lessons from class.

Our Orienteering Team will compete at the Stubblefield Orienteering Meet next Saturday the 28th–good luck!

Our Aerospace Team hosts our 7th Annual CISD Drone Expo on Saturday February 4th, 1-3pm in the Senior Campus cafeteria and the soccer fields. ALL are welcome to attend this free district wide event–you don’t have to be in JROTC to come. We have some nice door prizes, including Discovery Flights with local flight schools! Students wishing to compete should contact for details.

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The Woodlands High School Calendar

January 23 – February 4, 2023

Monday, January 23, 2023

Interact Club Meeting 2:45 LGI 1

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Spanish Room 226

Student Council Meeting 6:00 Cafeteria

UIL Parent Meeting 6:00 Auditorium

Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Astronomy Club Meeting 2:35 LGI 1

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Math & Science Room 302

Boys Basketball vs Cleveland 5:30/7:00 TWHS

Lady Highlander Basketball @ Cleveland 5:30/7:00 Cleveland High School

Boys Soccer @ Conroe 5:45/7:30 Conroe High School

Girls Soccer vs Conroe 5:45/7:30 TWHS

Elective Fair Night 6:00 TWHS

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

UNICEF Meeting 6:45 am LGI 1

FBLA Meeting 2:35 Room 245

Model UN Meeting 2:45 LGI 1

Wrestling Meet 4:00 TWHS

Evening Tutorials 5:30 English Room 219 & Spanish Room 226

Thursday, January 26, 2023

FCA Meeting 6:55 am LGI 1

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Math & Science Room 302

Friday, January 27, 2023

Powerlifting Meet 4:00 TWHS Weight Room

Boys Basketball @ College Park 5:30/7:00 College Park High School

Lady Highlander Basketball vs College Park 5:30/7:00 TWHS

Boys Soccer vs Grand Oaks 5:45/7:30 TWHS

Girls Soccer @ Grand Oaks 5:45/7:30 Grand Oaks High School

Saturday, January 28, 2023

Wrestling Meet @ Cypress Ridge High School

Softball Scrimmages @ SMGSL

Improv Show 7:00 TWHS Auditorium

Sunday, January 29, 2023

Monday, January 30, 2023

Cabaret Auditions 3:00 TWHS Blackbox

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Spanish Room 226

Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Mu Alpha Theta Meeting 2:35 LGI 1

Robotics Scrimmage 3:00 LGI 2

Voice Acting Workshop 3:00 TWHS Auditorium

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Math & Science Room 302

Softball @ Cy Wood 4:30/6:00 Cypress Woods High School

Boys Basketball vs Caney Creek 5:30/7:00 TWHS

Lady Highlander Basketball @ Caney Creek 5:30/7:00 Caney Creek High School

German Club Meeting 6:00 Room 227

Wednesday, February 1, 2023

UNICEF Meeting 6:45 am LGI 1

FBLA Meeting 2:35 Room 245

Model UN Meeting 2:45 LGI 1

Evening Tutorials 5:30 English Room 219 & Spanish Room 226

Track & Field Practice Meet @ Klein Oak 3:30 Klein Oak High School

Boys Soccer @ Cleveland 5:45/7:30 Cleveland High School

Girls Soccer vs Cleveland/Atascocita 5:45/7:30 TWHS

Thursday, February 2, 2023

FCA Meeting 6:55 am LGI 1

Varsity Swim & Dive Region 4 Championship Diving @ CISD Natatorium

Wrestling District Meet

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Math & Science Room 302

Trach & Field Practice Meet vs Klein Oak 3:30 TWHS

Powerlifting Meet 4:00 TWHS Weight Room

Counselor Help Night 4:30-6:30 TWHS Cafeteria

Friday, February 3, 2023

Varsity Swim & Dive Region 4 Prelims @ CISD Natatorium

Science NHS 2:35 LGI 1

Lady Highlander Basketball vs Willis 5:30/7:00 TWHS

Boys Basketball @ Willis 5:30/7:00 Willis High School

Saturday, February 4, 2023

Varsity Swim & Dive Region 4 Finals @ CISD Natatorium

Softball vs Bellaire @ Levett Elementary School

Girls Soccer @ College Park 11:30/1:00 College Park High School

Boys Soccer vs College Park 11:30/1:00 TWHS

JROTC Drone Expo @ TWHS 1:00 TWHS

The Woodlands High School

The Conroe Independent School District (District) is an equal opportunity educational provider and employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in educational programs or activities that it operates or in employment matters. The District is required by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Active of 1964, as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as Board policy not to discriminate in such a manner.

For information about Title IX rights or Section 504/ADA rights, contact the Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504/ADA coordinator at 3205 W. Davis, Conroe, Texas 77304; (936) 709-7752.