Even with football season being in question, the marching band still lines up on the parking lot every day after school to prepare for the upcoming games and competitions amidst all of […]
With the sudden spread of Covid-19 spreading all across the country this pandemic has led to a near immediate adjustment to our lifestyles.
Due to Covid-19 and other underlying circumstances, all fall semester pep rallies have been canceled all together for Brazoswood. It is still unknown whether or not spring pep rallies may be held […]
We’ve made lots of changes to our procedures to keep our students safe, based on recommendations from medical professionals. I’m very proud of our band students who have been great about following the new procedures to ensure that we’re as safe as we can be.
Students travelling to and from the freshman campus have a much longer walk this year between classes due to having to walk around all of the construction of the new main campus building.
It’s weird, because after sitting in the same room for lunch for 2 years, it’s weird when that changes.
It’s a headache, so many things going on with the new policies, travelling, practices, it’s all changed, we mask up for practices and games
“It just feels off. Obviously, the school is smaller, but it also feels that way too.”
“I am really looking forward to the state meet,” Habeck said. “It’s my last race as a part of Brazoswood cross country, so I’m aiming to have the best race I can possibly have.”
Senior directed One Act Plays, or SOAPs, are being produced by the Brazoswood Bandits, the newly renamed theatre department, and will go up on November 16. “I love SOAPs because they are […]
ASL club is very active throughout the year. During the weekly club meetings, members play games, learn new signs, and generally have fun together using American Sign Language.
Putting on the black jersey at Brazoswood is special to the players, this still resides true with many other Brazoswood alumni.
The Marching band placed second in the Lone Star preview 2019 marching contest, out of 18 competing bands, at the Woodforest Bank Stadium in Shenandoah.
Advancing to Pre Area this year, four choir students will be competing December 7th against many other people in the state. “Students have to learn music selected by the Texas Music Educators Association […]
Many AP English IV students will collectively be wearing costumes, during school on Halloween, that goes along with the Greek myths they are currently learning. “Listening to me lecture is not a […]
In an effort to build a relationship with feeder schools, senior basketball players traveled to elementary schools to mentor kids last week. “They go to mentor students and work with them on […]
“It educates students and staff about suicide prevention, helps teach coping skills, and promotes emotional behavioral, relational, and academic potential of students”
The traditional blackout pep rally will be held in the gym on Friday November 1st for students who have 400 pride points. Thursday October 30th students who qualified for the blackout pep […]
Seniors participating in band are nearing the end of their final marching season with the award winning Buc Band and will soon say goodbye to an organization that has affected so many […]
The band was able to have accomplished getting all 1s in UIL for 39 consecutive years by putting dedication into their show. “I am really proud of this school and I am […]