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Taiwan Student Teachers

Ireland Blouin and Ciara Sanchez

November 1, 2019

Eight thousand twenty miles. A twenty-hour flight. Traveling across the ocean from Taiwan could not have been easy for these four Soochow students and their professor, but they did it to further their education.   Last month, Lu Ho Fang, Yu Yen Wang, Wu Hsiao Lien, and Jr-Rong Huang, or G...

A Touch of Inage: Japanese Exchange Students at Clements

A Touch of Inage: Japanese Exchange Students at Clements

Laurenz Quinto

October 23, 2019

In the week of October 7, 2019, students from Inage Senior High School traveled all the way from Chibe, Japan to experience the American high school culture here at Clements.   “They are excited to study in Clements High School,” Mrs. Lidzuka, one of four teachers who chaperoned the stude...

Ndu makes difference in theatre program

Ndu makes difference in theatre program

Isabela Ferrer, Guest Writer

April 25, 2018

Clements theatre, a huge contributor to the excellent reputation of our school’s fine arts program, has wrapped up production of A View From the Bridge, which followed a successful run of their musical, Spamalot. Each year the theatre program puts on a variety of productions which are enjoyed by the ...

Ancheta named junior National Debater

Ancheta named junior National Debater

Ruhee Marfathia, Feature's Editor

February 13, 2018

Senior, Jason Ancheta was named the 11th grade National Champion when he competed in Congressional Debate at the National level this past summer. Although he participated in speaking competitions throughout his middle school years, Jason started off in debate during his freshman year. He said that deb...

Senior basketball girls reflect on the past 4 years

Senior basketball girls reflect on the past 4 years

Leila Stewart, Sports Editor

February 7, 2018

As the Lady Ranger Basketball season came to an end this past Tuesday, Feb. 6, the nine seniors reflect on their high school basketball experience and the memories they made along the way. Chenelle Etuk, number 14, played point and shooting guard. She started her freshman year on JV and was on varsity for the last three. She has big plans for the fu...

Meet the ranger football senior class of 2018

Meet the ranger football senior class of 2018

Abby Gutierrez and Leila Stewart, Editor in Chief and Sports Editor

December 13, 2017

    Jordan Khalil Experience in CHS football: 4 years Jersey #: 2 Position: Wide Receiver (WR), Cornerback (CB) Future Plans: Plans to attend college to study Biology Pre-Med   Patrick Elias Experience in CHS football: 4 years Jersey #: 8 Position: Wide...

Who’s our mascot?

Who's our mascot?

Isabela Ferrer, Guest Writer

December 8, 2017

“V-A-T-O”. The cheer is heard at every pep rally, football game, and important school event, but how much is really known about the girl that embodies our favorite ranger this year? Her name is Caitlin Perry, a senior who is involved in many different organizations at Clements, and she has agreed...

STUCO elects Sarah Fung executive president for 17-18 school year

STUCO elects Sarah Fung executive president for 17-18 school year

Divvya Seernani, Managing Editor

April 26, 2017

Every student has a voice, a chance to be heard among their peers. But with so many voices and so many ideas, it can be hard to achieve cohesiveness. Student Council, better known as STUCO, helps gives the entire grade one voice. Students can choose to organize and experience various student events...

Student artist talks about his creativity

Student artist talks about his creativity

Kun Hong, Features Editor

April 24, 2017

“It started when I was four,” said Anton Zhou, the famous, young artist of Texas and the president of NAHS, “My dad saw potential in me and decided to send me to art classes.” Zhou has been entering his work into the Houston Rodeo Scholastic Art Competition since first grade, when his elementary...

Colson Cegielski makes CHS varsity baseball

Colson Cegielski makes CHS varsity baseball

Ruhee Marfathia, Viewpoint's Editor

April 22, 2017

This year, Colson Cegielski was the only freshman to make the CHS Varsity Baseball team. Living in Texas his whole life, Cegielski started playing baseball when he was six years old. At first, he started playing because everyone in his family, in the past and present, had played baseball. “I ...

Andy Wei takes Grand Champion title

Andy Wei takes Grand Champion title

Ruhee Marfathia, Viewpoint's Editor

April 6, 2017

Andy Wei, CHS senior, was this year’s Grand Champion at the Houston Rodeo for his art piece. Wei started taking art seriously as a freshman and began participating in the rodeo as a sophomore. “I received “Reserve Class Champion” in graphite as a sophomore. Junior year, I received “Class Champion...

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