• Follow us on Instagram & Twitter! @chsroundup
  • Welcome to The RoundUp!

The RoundUp

MTea and Coffee

Battle of the Boba: The Rematch

Tori Wojciechowski and Eira Mann April 13, 2022

In September, we ranked six different popular boba shops in the Sugar Land area in an attempt to rank how they performed based on their interpretation of the classic milk tea drink. We based the ranking...

From Freshman Ensemble to Senior President: A Look into Clements Theatres UIL Leading Actress

From Freshman Ensemble to Senior President: A Look into Clements Theatre’s UIL Leading Actress

Eira Mann, Reporter March 2, 2022

To say she’s busy is an understatement.  Bustling between theatre rehearsals, thespian meetings, her leadership position, college applications, and AP classes, the balancing act is a heavy role to...

American Sign Language: Poetry and Storytelling

American Sign Language: Poetry and Storytelling

Tori Wojciechowski, Reporter February 23, 2022

Of the many languages offered at Clements, ASL is one of the smaller classes. While at first glance ASL could only be seen as the language of the deaf, looking closer displays the beauty and complexity...

How to Roundup your Valentine

How to Roundup your Valentine

Alyza Reyes and Frida Robles February 11, 2022

The local lovebirds have been quite stressed lately.  With Valentine's day being near, the worry of what to give your valentine is arising. Ideas from the student body have been taken to The Roundup...

Notes to Strangers

Laurie Samson February 11, 2022

It has taken a lot of effort for both students and staff to get used to being in-person this school year. Most students have gotten used to waking up minutes before class and then just falling back asleep...

Chinatown’s Hidden Treasures

Katelyn Lam, Reporter February 9, 2022

Chinatown’s Hidden Treasures Finding a restaurant with Asian-based cuisines is easy to find in Sugarland, but how many of those restaurants show you the true, rich, and authentic culture of Asia?...

One Lens, Many Perspectives

One Lens, Many Perspectives

Juhi Godbole, Reporter February 7, 2022

Freshman year- a year full of new experiences, different challenges, and a whole lot of fun. Unique in its own ways, it sets the tone for high school life and helps students find what they enjoy doing....

The Best of Ranger Quotes

The Best of Ranger Quotes

Ireland Blouin, Editor-In-Chief February 1, 2022

Since 2016, the graduating rangers have had of opportunity to create a quote that they would like to be a part of their senior legacy. In celebration of our senior quotes for 2022 let’s look back at...

Decision Time

Decision Time

Sofia Lashari, Reporter February 1, 2022

College applications are such an important part of senior year for many students. The feeling of finally finishing your applications allows many to feel a sense of relief that the process is over and all...

JINYA Ramen Bar Restaurant Review

JINYA Ramen Bar Restaurant Review

Eira Mann and Tori Wojciechowski January 12, 2022

Ramen spots can be hard to find for vegetarians, as many of them use a meat-based broth, usually chicken or beef. Even when restaurants do offer vegetarian ramen, options are generally limited and are...

Homecoming Review

Katelyn Lam, Reporter November 4, 2021

The first homecoming dance in almost two years. Did it go beyond students' expectations? The 2021 Homecoming Dance was held on October 23, 2021, with the theme, Enchanted Masquerade Dance. The dance...

Homecoming with Student Council

Alyza Reyes and Frida Robles September 23, 2021

This year masks will be seen at homecoming, but not just the medical ones!   Student Council, being the leaders of this school, have annually taken the responsibility of planning homecoming decorations...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
Student Life