The Woodlands High School

Highlander Happenings March 7 – March 26, 2022

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The deadline to pay and register for all AP exams for yearlong and Fall/Spring classes was 2/27/22. Any student needing to register and pay will need to see Mrs. Spears in grade level. Students will need a join code since they are late. There is also a $40 late fee for each exam.

FINAL deadline for all AP exam ordering/payment is 2/27/22---NO payment or exam orders will be allowed after this date. No exceptions.

FINAL Deadline to request any AP testing refunds will be Friday, March 11th. No refunds will be made after this date regardless of exam cancellation.

"All Things AP Testing Newsletter"---you will find everything you need to know about AP testing---this will be updated throughout the year. This link will also be posted on the TWHS freshman/senior campus school websites.

Parent Letter: Parent---AP Exam Parent Stud letter BOY.pdf

Newsletter---"All Things AP Testing"------

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Spears at

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Senior Final Exams

Graduation for the Class of 2022 is on Monday, May 23, 2022. To accommodate this date, all seniors will take their exams Monday, May 16 through Thursday, May 19, 2022. All exams will be administered during the normal 90-minute class period. Teachers will adjust the length of the exams to fit into the time allotted.

Monday 16 Senior Finals Periods 3 & 4

Tuesday 17 Senior Finals Periods 7 & 8

Wednesday 18 Senior Finals Periods 1 & 2 (Regular Bell Schedule - Seniors Early Release)

Thursday 19 Senior Finals Periods 5 & 6 (Regular Bell Schedule - Seniors Early Release)

Ninth – Eleventh Grade Exams

TWHS FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE – The Woodlands High School will have final exams beginning Monday, May 23, through Thursday, May 26, 2022. Monday, May 23, will be a full day of instruction and exams with the school day ending at 2:35 pm. Tuesday, May 24, through Thursday, May 26 will be half days with school ending at 11:20 am each day. See below for the final exam schedule:

Monday 23 Green Final Exams Periods 6 & 8

Period 5 - Review 7:20- 8:15

Period 6 - Final 8:22-10:21

Period 7 - Review 10:28 – 12:29

  • A Lunch 10:28 – 10:53
  • B Lunch 10:58 – 11:25
  • C Lunch 11:30 – 11:57
  • D Lunch 12:02 – 12:29

Period 8 - Final 12:36 – 2:35

Tuesday 24 Red Final Exams Periods 1 & 2 (Early Release)

Period 1 - 7:20- 9:17

Class Change - 9:17- 9:24

Period 2 - 9:24-11:20

Wednesday 25 Green Final Exams Periods 5 & 7 (Early Release)

Period 5 - 7:20- 9:17

Class Change - 9:17- 9:24

Period 7 - 9:24-11:20

Thursday 26 Red Final Exams Periods 3 & 4 (Early Release)

Period 3 - 7:20- 9:17

Class Change - 9:17- 9:24

Period 4 - 9:24-11:20

TWHS Final Exam Exemption Policy

All students, 9th through 12th, are eligible for final exam exemptions in the Spring Semester. Students must meet the criteria and the discipline requirement listed below. Students must maintain an 85-100 class average for the semester (18-weeks). In addition, the following criteria apply as well:

  1. Students must meet the grade criteria listed above and the requirements listed below.
  2. A student granted a final exam exemption must still attend that class during the final exam period and must be present the entire duration of the final exam period to be considered exempt. Students who check out early during a final exam will forfeit the exemption, receive a grade of zero or incomplete for the exam and will need to schedule a makeup final exam. Failure to attend will result in a zero or an incomplete for that course.
  3. Any student that has served ISS, DAEP, or OSS while enrolled in a course during the semester of the final exam is not eligible for a final exam exemption for that course.
  4. To ensure that all students have the opportunity to complete their exams in a distraction-free environment, the attendance office will not be doing early checkouts during exam periods. Parents and students should plan accordingly so that students remain in their exam period the entire duration of the exam period.


This notice concerns upcoming STAAR EOC tests in the spring of this school year. The state of Texas has determined that in the 2022-2023 school year, all STAAR EOC testing will move to an online platform. We are following the state’s initiative and will begin online testing this spring semester. Due to these changes, our testing procedures have changed. For your planning purposes, please review the following bullet points to understand how your child will be impacted with the transition to online testing.

General directions for testing days on both campuses:

· ONLY testing students will report to school at regular time on the testing days listed below--This is for senior campus only. ALL 9th grade students will report to the 9th grade campus on the testing dates below by 7:20.

· Any student attending the senior campus, regardless of grade level (10th-12th), who is NOT testing will have late arrival.

· All Ninth-grade campus students will report to the ninth grade campus on the dates below due to testing and altered shuttle schedules during the school day. More information will be provided closer to the testing date.

  • April 5 - English I EOC administered on the 9th Grade Campus,
  • April 7 - the senior campus will be administering the English II exam
  • May 3 - Algebra 1 EOC (students that have already taken and passed the Algebra 1 EOC will follow their regular schedule on this day),
  • May 4 - Biology EOC.

Specific directions for senior campus testing days:

· On April: Any student enrolled in English 2 and/or needs to retest English 2 will report to school at regular time and review posters on the wall to locate their testing room.

· If your student is NOT enrolled in English 2 and/or does not need to retest, he/she will report to school at approximately 11:45. Exact times and locations will be announced closer to the testing date.

· On May 4th: Any student enrolled in US History or needs to retest US History will report to school at regular time and review posters on the wall to locate their testing room.

· If your student is NOT enrolled in US History and/or does not need to retest, he/she will report to school at approximately 11:00. Exact times and locations will be announced closer to the testing date

· Students who cannot find transportation for the late arrival time should report to the school cafeteria at regular time for a study hall. The use of phones and laptops will not be allowed in the cafeteria as they will interfere with WiFi access points needed for testing.

Preparation for the online exams

· Students can practice using the online platform at > students and families > practice test login > sign in as a guest user > grade level is EOC > choose a test to practice

Testing Dates

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TENNIS: Highlander Tennis has had some Impressive results in recent tournaments. In the Austin Westlake/Austin High Chap/Maroon Invitational Jose Perez won the Boy's single title, Emilio Lopez/Cal Riggs won Boy's Doubles, and Rachel Sam/Felipe Rameriz took 1st place in Mixed Doubles. Freshman Max Conde won 1st in B Boys Singles. The Chancellor's Invitational had the Highlander boys team sweeping the singles and doubles for the 4th consecutive tournament.

Emilio Lopez/Jose Perez--1st Boy's Doubles

Cal Riggs--1st Boy's Singles Dylan Turnbull--consolation winner

Maria Forero--Girl's Singles consolation winner

  • Klein Invitational Results--

Rachel Sam/Felipe Rameriz--1st Mixed Doubles

Colin Lynch/Marco Alvarez--1st Boy's Doubles

Max Conde--2nd Boy's Singles

Next up for TWHS Tennis will be the Katy Invitational March 4-5

A&M Invitational--March 10

BOYS BASKETBALL: The Boys JV Basketball team finished up their amazing season last week to end their season with an overall record of 26-5 and a district record of 14-1. They finished up as the outright DISTRICT CHAMPIONS:)

  • The JV team was a pleasure to coach! They were very unselfish and played together amazingly as a team. They were able to win the Grand Oak JV Tournament as well as finishing 4-0 against College Park for the season.

We look forward to having many of these players help contribute to our Varsity in the very near future.

If you happen to have any of these student athletes in your classes or know any of them, please congratulate them on an amazing season!

Go Highlanders!!

  • Boys Varsity Basketball finished their season last week by getting beat in the playoffs to Spring 62-53. All District results that were selected by the District coaches voted Shey Eberwein as unanimous MVP of District 13-6A. Aden Dominguez was selected for the 2nd team All District and Justin Sheldon was tabbed Honorable Mention All District. We had a very impressive list of Academic All District 13-6A players including: Blake McCullough, Ben Burgess, Sam Suter, Lucas Hwang, Merek Soriano, David Ifeanyi, Aden Dominguez, Jacob Hedgepeth and Mabrey Mettauer. Way to go boys!!! Our end of season Banquet will be next Wednesday March 9th.


Check out the 03.04.2022 CCC Newsletter, which has more information about:

  • Upcoming dates and opportunities
    • March
      • Monday, March 7: Mini-college fair in LGI-2 during all lunches
        • Note: Because of space limitations, we are not able to invite families to this event.
      • Friday, March 11: EfTA’s Next Generation Leadership program online applications are due.
      • Monday, March 28: Deadline to register for the ASVAB on March 31
        • Students interested in taking the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) to gain greater insight into their aptitudes in preparation to join the civilian workforce or military enlistment should complete this Google form by noon on March 28
      • Tuesday, March 29 from 9 am to 10:30 am: CISD Job Fair (Virtual event) for Juniors
        • Juniors looking for jobs should attend this event to connect with employers looking to hire high school students. Students may attend one or both days of this virtual recruitment event. We will have computers available in the CCC and in library labs. Please register in Naviance so we can send you a pass!
      • Wednesday, March 30 from 9 am to 10:30 am: CISD Job Fair (Virtual event) for Seniors
          • Seniors looking for jobs should attend this event to connect with employers looking to hire high school students. Students may attend one or both days of this virtual recruitment event. We will have computers available in the CCC and in library labs. Please register in Naviance so we can send you a pass!
      • Wednesday, March 30: Junior Jumpstart at The Woodlands HS
    • April
      • Friday, April 1: Deadline for seniors to register for TSI on April 13
      • Friday, April 8: EfTA’s Student Internship Program online applications are due.
      • Wednesday, April 13: School-wide testing day
        • Sophomores (and non-testing juniors and seniors)
          • Will attend classes as usual
      • Thursday, April 14: Dual credit registration deadline per Lone Star College
        • All paperwork and required documentation must be turned in to student’s counselor before 2:30 pm
          • It's thorough -- do not wait until the last minute!
      • Friday, April 22: Senior dues payment deadline
      • Saturday, April 23: Prom at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott
      • Friday, April 29: Senior Connections at Lone Star.
        • Seniors who’ve completed Lone Star applications to begin taking classes in fall of 2022 are invited to this registration event during which they’ll be able to check out the Montgomery campus and meet with an academic advisor to select classes and complete the registration process. Limit spots available on a first come, first serve basis! If interested, stop by the CCC.
    • May
      • May 2 to May 13: AP Testing window (more info online)
      • Thursday, May 19: Senior Awards Night
        • Seniors and their families - please save this date. Those selected for awards will receive invitations closer to the event.
      • Friday, May 20: Senior Picnic
      • Monday, May 23: Graduation
      • Tuesday, May 31: Lone Star Orientation for any matriculating graduates (not DC students)
  • Seniors
  • Juniors
  • Everyone
    • Spring Exam Schedule
    • Dual Credit: Deadline is April 14
    • Mission & Services
    • Past Communications
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Upcoming Community Parent Presentation on Wednesday April 13th at McCullough Junior High: For The Sake Of Our Youth, Parenting In A Tech Obsessed World. Please join Licensed Professional Counselor, Author and Speaker Tessa Stuckey as we share research behind how our tech culture is impacting our kids and what parents can do today to ensure family balance and wellbeing. For more information, please follow this link: For the Sake of our Youth flyer

New class offered for 22-23 school year: Dual Credit Spanish 3:

TWHS is excited to offer a new Dual Credit Spanish class next year. This class is geared for our non- Spanish speakers who would like a third year of Spanish on their high school transcript as well as college credit for Spanish 1411 and 1412. This class will be available for students grade 10 – 12 who have completed Spanish 2. As with any new offering, we are sure there will be many questions. Please click here for our Spanish Department’s flyer DC Spanish v Spanish 3 H flyer DC Spanish 3 will be weighted as a 5.0. If you have any further questions, please reach out to your student’s current Spanish teacher or counselor. Please note that this class does not replace Spanish 3 honors, which is still the required course for students who wish to take AP Spanish 4 and 5. Please also see the upcoming Dual Credit registration deadline below, which is Thursday April 14th. If your student is interested in this class, they should see their counselor for the Dual Credit paperwork packet as soon as possible.

Highlander Registration Information for 2022-2023 School Year:

The Parent Elective Fair and Information Night is now virtual. Links are posted on and will remain live through April. Parents and students are able to watch teacher/subject area videos, look through class descriptions and peruse other course information as time allows. In addition, two videos will be posted from the Counseling Department. One will be a general overview of high school and graduation requirements and the other will be for families interested in learning more about Dual Credit via Lone Star College.

Upcoming Individual Student Conferences with their Counselors:

During the months of February and March, all of our current 9th -11th grade students will meet one on one with their school counselor to discuss next year’s courses as well as their four-year plans. In addition, they will discuss other topics that are pertinent to each grade level. For instance, upcoming juniors will hear about taking the SAT and ACT next year in the spring.

Other Registration Dates/Deadlines:

Friday April 1st – course verifications available via both Parent Access and Student Access.

Thursday April 14th Dual Credit Registration Deadline per Lone Star College. All paperwork and required documents must be turned into the student’s counselor before 2:30pm. Parents, registering your student’s for Dual Credit courses requires quite a bit of planning and paperwork. If your student would like to register for a Dual Credit class next year, we invite you to look through our Dual Credit website:

Dual Credit - The Woodlands High School (

Friday April 22nd – Final Course Change Deadline

Junior Jumpstart at TWHS – Plan on attending on 03.30.22

What will your junior do after high school? What steps does your junior need to take to prepare for life after graduation? Don’t you wish you had an expert to answer all of your questions? Wish no longer! On Wednesday March 30, TWHS will be hosting Conroe ISD’s Junior Jumpstart where all of your questions will be answered. Please save the date and plan on attending with your student! We can’t wait to hear your concerns and answer your questions. Find more information here: Junior Jumpstart

Off Campus PE-The window for enrollment will open on March 15th! If your student plans to participate in Off Campus PE, please enroll your student in the Off-Campus Physical Education on the CISD Athletics website. Completing the campus course selection does NOT enroll a student in Off Campus PE.


MEET IN THE MIDDLE: Our next meeting is Monday, March, 28th. We meet in room 107 from 2:45 to 3:30 on the SECOND & FOURTH MONDAY every month. At this club meeting, we plan to have a guest speaker and great snacks!
Mission: Our club brings together students of differing intellectual abilities for fun, fellowship, sports, and service! Join us! Questions? Connect with the club sponsor: Dianne Maberry -

FBLA: State Leadership Conference Mandatory Meeting: Wednesday, March 9, 2022, in Room 252. Should only take about 15 minutes.

Social: Wednesday, March 9, 2022, at Flower Child at 6:00 pm. Bring money to purchase something.

TABLE TENNIS CLUB: New Student Club on campus! Join us every Tuesday and Thursday 2:40-3:30 in Room 216. Come show off your table tennis skills, fellowship with others who enjoy the sport, or take a break from studying. Next play times are 3/8, 3/10, 3/22, 3/24.

SCUBA CLUB: Our next meeting is Monday, March 7th, at 3pm at the Senior Campus in LGI 1. Freshmen can take the activity shuttle to get there. At this month’s meeting, we will check out our updated website, vote on our new bylaws, and hear about professional scuba opportunities through becoming a Divemaster. You do NOT have to be scuba certified to attend our meetings, plus every meeting you attend gets your name in a drawing for some nice prizes at our May meeting. Snacks will be provided!



The Woodlands High School Report Card from TEA is now available and can be accessed using the following steps: From the TWHS and/or TWHS-9th website:

Hover over "Our Campus"

· Click “Campus Profile"

· Select “Accountability Reports”

· Click “2020-2021"

· Select "School Report Card"

TWHS FACEBOOK & TWITTER: The Woodlands High School has both Facebook 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.

STAY IN TOUCH with TWHS: Be sure to "friend" The Caledonian on Facebook, follow them on Twitter/Instagram @twhscaledonian and bookmark the website - for ALL the school news you need.

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 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: 936-709-1236

11th Grade: 936-709-1233

12th Grade: 936-709-1234

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, including their COVID-19 vaccines or booster, feel free to send a copy or screenshot to the clinic at school so that we can have it on file. You can also email it to for the Senior Campus, or for the Ninth Grade Campus.

If you have a graduating senior, please be sure to request a copy of their vaccine record to be picked up by your student or emailed to you before the end of the school year. We will not be able to fulfill requests made during the summer. Most colleges and universities require an additional dose of the Meningitis (MCV4) vaccine that is received on or after the 16th birthday, and you may want to also discuss the Meningitis B vaccine with your doctor. That is a newer vaccine that is available to children ages 16-18, and it protects against an additional strain of the meningococcal virus.

District COVID-19 guidelines were revised again on February 22nd, as the local cases continue to decline. They include information on what to do if your student tests positive, has symptoms of COVID-19, or has been in close contact with someone who has tested positive. For the most up to date information, please refer to the Roadmap to Remaining Open on the Conroe ISD website:

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

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AP CAPSTONE: AP Capstone is the newest AP course offered at TWHS and offers students an opportunity to gain valuable skills for college and later in life. If you are interested in learning more about AP Capstone, please see the slideshow attached, or see Mr. Balluck in PT-4. Questions can be emailed to Mr. Balluck at

HIGHLIGHTED HIGHLANDERS: Several times a year The Woodlands High School and the PTO honor students for outstanding citizenship, achievement, or service. Students are nominated by faculty and staff based on Good Citizenship, High or Unique Achievements, A Random Act of Kindness, Leadership, Excellent Attitude, etc. The “Highlighted Highlanders” receive a certificate and a highlighter recognizing their accomplishment. Senior campus honorees include Mia Aquilina, Annabelle Bachrach, Jimena Balderas-Berg, Cort Britten, Myrna Brown, Olivia Bulovas, Javier Del Corral, Seth Dykstra, Nathan Failde, Leah Galbraith, Abby Gomez, Italy Gomez, Diego Gomez Nunez, Isabella Griffo, Corey Harris, Mason Henson, Bailey Henwood, Lucy Hoff, Tommy Kratt, Peyton Krick, Kaylin Kuziv, Cindy Lamcaj, Annaliese Magana, Georgia Mahoney, Alex Martin, Joey McDowell, Bella McKinney, Lily McWhorter, Lucas Moen, Adrian Moss, Bella Postorino, David Rabalais, Aameen Shaik, Jaime Tato Bajo, Alina Troshko, Lauren Villarreal, McKenna Walter. Ninth Grade honorees were Katelyn Amaya, Reyna Archundia, Mason Brady, Issam Brahmi, Alina Cervantes, Kanyia Chambers, Mary Ezell, Sheridan Foster, Sophia Ghezzi, Jamie Grandorf, Noah Hanley, Ashlyn Kuziv, Evangelie Vazquez, Amaya Ronald, Anya Simmons, Greg Theut, Joshua Turner, Noah Villarreal, Nathan Wyatt.

WINTER GUARD: Congratulations tto the TWHS Winter Guard program on a fantastic start to their 2022 season! We have TWO winter guards; the Scholastic A Class guard and the World Class guard.

The Scholastic A guard won their first competition of the season and got promoted to the next competitive class, called Scholastic National A! They competed this past Saturday in their new class and won their division! The World Guard competes in the highest level of scholastic groups in the winter guard activity. They have yet to compete against another World Class unit, as they are one of the only ones in that class in the state of Texas. Their exhibition performances have been fantastic as they prepare for the Winter Guard International World Championship in Dayton, OH this April!

TWHS BAND: BAND MULCH FUNDRAISER Our 1st Annual Mulch Fundraiser is kicking off and TWHS Band would LOVE to sell you your mulch for Spring 2022!

Help us mulch the town! Support TWHS Band by purchasing high quality bagged mulch for $5/bag. New Earth Hardwood (Brown) & Black Mulch are both made from 100% recycled products from right here in our community. Both are a natural product that provides weed suppression, moisture retention, and color enhancement. Each bag contains 2 cubic feet of mulch, and a single bag of mulch can cover anywhere from 6-12 square feet depending on the desired coverage depth.

Mulch will be delivered, or be ready for pickup at TWHS main campus on Saturday, March 26, 2022 only. Home Delivery (for a $25 fee) only available for zip codes: 77380, 77381, 77382, 77384.

<<< Last day to order is March 15, 2022 - so don't delay! >>>


Here is a link (copy/paste) with more information and an ordering platform to make your purchase:

We are taking orders NOW and the last day to make your purchase is MARCH 15TH!

We hope you will make your purchase THROUGH US and help support The Woodlands HS Band program!!


TWHS THEATER: TWHS Theater is proud to present its UIL One Act Play show, All My Sons next Tuesday at 6 pm in the TWHS Auditorium. This will be our public performance before we compete the next day at the District round. Admission is free!

COMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY: We have three students who have placed in the top 10 for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo photo contest!

Ryder Brady placed 2nd

Samantha Seeton placed 6th

Ben Davis placed 7th

These winners will receive cash prizes and awards at the awards ceremony this Sunday (March 6th) at 6:00pm

And we had 6 other students place in the top 50!

  • MJ Monroe
  • Maris Bouche
  • Wenny Stein
  • Ana Galena
  • Annabelle Forlano
  • Mia Saucedo

A google drive link with all the winners

List of Winners from the Rodeo Website

ECONOMICS: 2021 Fall Semester Honors Economics students win the Houston Area High School Division of the Stock Market Game (SMG). The winning team members, with a portfolio balance of $195,140.60, were Adrian Gungon, Spencer Fazzio, Jack Martin, Jack Raworth, and Brian Rooney. (Note: these young men had the highest portfolio balance for any division in the entire state!)

  • Teams begin the simulation with an imaginary investment of $100,000 to trade stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and exchange-traded funds on the NYSE and NASDAQ. Students follow current events and global news impacting the financial markets and place trades in real-time online via computer or the SMG smartphone app. Students have the ability to participate in socially responsible investing by selecting companies that have been determined to be in alignment with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). They also compete with peers in their classroom and with teams of other students in schools across the state to increase their portfolio value.
  • “The Stock Market Game™ continues to make learning about the capital markets fun and engaging, drawing students in and enabling them to learn about otherwise complex but important economic concepts such as inflation, price indexes, cycles, sustainability, and trends. We are proud and thrilled for all of our student teams who reached the top spots in the Texas SMG competition,” said Melanie Mortimer, President of the SIFMA Foundation.

JROTC: Congratulations to our Joint Leadership Academic Bowl Varsity Team–they are one of only 16 teams (out of 578 worldwide who competed!) advancing to the Championship in Washington DC this summer!

Congratulations to our Drill Team and Physical Training Team for placing FIRST OVERALL in the Cooper HS meet in Abilene last Saturday! We did very well in all categories:

  • 1st Place—Inspection
  • 3rd Place—1st-year Regulation
  • 2nd Place—Unarmed Regulation
  • 1st Place—Unarmed Exhibition
  • 1st Place—Armed Regulation
  • 1st Place—Armed Exhibition
  • 3rd Place—Sabre Regulation
  • 1st Place—Male Color Guard
  • 1st Place—Female/Co-Ed Color Guard
  • 1st Place—Physical Fitness Team
This Saturday, March 5th, our cadets will participate in the annual Bataan Death March Memorial Hike in Jones State Forest along with Oak Ridge HS JROTC. American soldiers and allies who were captured by Japanese forces in the Philippines during World War II endured a forced march of nearly 70 miles to a prisoner camp–many did not survive the march. Cadets will hike 14 miles with a 20-pound (or more!) pack to honor both the fallen and the survivors.

Our Drill Team’s final Expo of the year will be held on Wednesday March 9th at 6:30pm in the Main Gym. They will be showcasing the hard work that they have put in this year–parents, family, and friends are all invited to see precision maneuvers!

On Saturday March 26th, we will host our Dining In for the first time since 2019! It will be at the Freshman Campus from 6-9:30pm. This traditional Air Force event is full of ceremony, food, and fun!

The Woodlands High School Calendar

March 7, 2022 – March 26, 2022

Monday, March 7, 2022

Scuba Club Meeting 3:00 LGI 1

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Spanish Room 226

Student Council Meeting 6:00 Cafeteria

Interact Meeting 7:00 Cafeteria

Boys Soccer Booster Club Meeting 7:00 LGI 2

Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Robotics Club Meeting 2:35 Room 170

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Math & Science Room 302

JV Girls Soccer vs Kingwood 4:30 TWHS

Softball @ Klein Collins 4:30/6:15 Klein Collins High School

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

Girls Soccer vs Grand Oaks 5:45/7:30 Woodforest Bank Stadium

Wednesday, March 9, 2022

Robotics Club Meeting 2:35 Room 170

FBLA Meeting 2:40 Room 245

Model United Nations Meeting 3:00 LGI 1

Fr/JV Track @ Klein Oak High School

Evening Tutorials 5:30 English Room 168 & Spanish Room 226

Thursday, March 10, 2022

NHS Meeting 6:35 am LGI 2

FCA Meeting 7:00 am LGI 1

Varsity Tennis @ Texas A&M

Soph. Baseball Tournament @ College Park High School

JV Baseball Tournament @ Scotland Yard

Varsity Baseball Tournament @ Langham Creek High School

Sustainable Development Club 3:00 LGI 1

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Math & Science Room 302

Friday, March 11, 2022

Soph. Baseball Tournament @ College Park High School

JV Baseball Tournament @ Scotland Yard

Varsity Baseball Tournament @ Langham Creek High School

Softball vs Klein 4:00/6:00 TWHS

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

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

Saturday, March 12, 2022

SAT Testing @ 8:00 am TWHS

Soph. Baseball Tournament @ College Park High School

JV Baseball Tournament @ Scotland Yard

Varsity Baseball Tournament @ Langham Creek High School

Sunday, March 13, 2022

Monday, March 14, 2022

Spring Break

Sub-Varsity Baseball @ Willis 5:00/7:00 Willis High School

Varsity Baseball vs Willis 7:00 Scotland Yard

Tuesday, March 15, 2022

Spring Break

Wednesday, March 16, 2022

Spring Break

Sub-Varsity Baseball vs Oak Ridge 2:00/4:00 Scotland Yard

Varsity Baseball @ Oak Ridge 4:00 Oak Ridge High Scholl

Thursday, March 17, 2022

Spring Break

Friday, March 18, 2022

Spring Break

Dan Green Invitational Track Meet @ TWHS

Sub-Varsity Baseball @ Grand Oaks 11:00/1:00 Grand Oaks High School

Varsity Baseball vs Grand Oaks 1:00 Scotland Yard

Girls Soccer vs College Park 5:45/7:30 Woodforest Bank Stadium

Boys Soccer @ College Park 5:45/7:30 College Park High School

Saturday, March 19, 2022

Spring Break

Softball vs Seven Lakes 11:00 TWHS

Sunday, March 20, 2022

Monday, March 21, 2022

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Spanish Room 226

Sub-Varsity Baseball vs Conroe 5:00/7:00 Scotland Yard

Student Council Meeting 6:00 Cafeteria

Interact Meeting 7:00 Cafeteria

Tuesday, March 22, 2022

Tennis JV Tournament

Robotics Club Meeting 2:35 Room 170

Mu Alpha Theta 4:00 LGI 2

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Math & Science Room 302

Softball vs Willis 4:30/6:15 TWHS

Varsity Baseball @ Conroe 7:00 Conroe High School

Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Robotics Club Meeting 2:35 Room 170

FBLA Meeting 2:40 Room 245

Model United Nations Meeting 3:00 LGI 1

Script Reading Club 3:30 Room 137

Fr/JV Track Meet @ College Park High School

Evening Tutorials 5:30 English Room 168 & Spanish Room 226

Thursday, March 24, 2022

FCA Meeting 7:00 am LGI 1

DECA Meeting 2:35 LGI 2

Sustainable Development Club 3:00 LGI 1

Robotics Kids Club 3:30 Room 170

Track Victor Lopez Invitational @ Rice University

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Math & Science Room 302

Friday, March 25, 2022

Science NHS Meeting 6:30 am LGI 1

Varsity Tennis Tournament @ Waco

Track Victor Lopez Invitational @ Rice University

Academic UIL @ TWHS

Softball @ Oak Ridge 4:30/6:15 Oak Ridge High School

Sub-Varsity Baseball vs College Park 5:00/7:00 Scotland Yard

Varsity Baseball @ College Park 7:00 College Park High School

Improv Show 7:00 TWHS 9th Grade Campus

Saturday, March 26, 2022

Track Victor Lopez Invitational @ Rice University

Academic UIL @ 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.