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Creekview National Merit Qualifiers

Creekview National Merit Qualifiers

Inaara Muhammad, Managing Editor

September 22, 2016

National Merit semi-finalists have been announced for seniors in class of 2017 who took the PSAT/NMSQT last fall. The National Merit Scholarship Qualifying exam is taken by over 1.6 million students each year, out of which 50,000 highest scorers receive recognition. Creekview is proud to announce seven student...

Creekview’s Fall Show: Othello

Creekview’s Fall Show: Othello

Susie Sutherland, Staff Writer

September 20, 2016

As predicted, the 2016-2017 school year will kick off with blood and murder. Well, on the stage, at least. Creekview’s theatre department will be beginning its show lineup with a classic tale of love, hate, betrayal, and… cell phones? That’s right. Creekview’s returning theatre director, Rob...

Organizational Skills

Organizational Skills

Payton Whittaker, Editor in Chief

September 19, 2016

I opened my backpack the other day looking for a sheet of paper, but when I unzipped my bag, out sprung middle school binders, a week old cheese stick, 2Pac, and clothes. Worse part, I didn’t recall ever owning most of the things I found. If you’ve found yourself in a similar situation, don’t worry, I ...

How to Stop Procrastinating

How to Stop Procrastinating

Inaara Muhammad, Managing Editor

September 12, 2016

It’s a school night and you find yourself awake at 3 a.m. trying to finish the English assignment you’ve been putting off for weeks. As you try to concentrate, your phone dings and it’s your best friend wanting to catch up. “Oh, I’ll just finish this in an hour,” you tell yourself even though y...

What’s Jazzy in September?

What’s Jazzy in September?

David Hoyt, Opinions Editor

September 7, 2016

Sometimes living in the suburbs can get boring. It seems like nothing ever happens, and that life would be a lot cooler if we lived in downtown Dallas. There’s always something to do down there, but, living in Carrollton, we have to drive over an hour through construction and traffic. Not feeling up...

Never

Never

Adrian Casas, News Editor

May 26, 2016

Step after step. Day after day. Year after year. Although the routine will soon be over, the legacy, the memories and the love I have felt through these halls will be far from dead. Be it through band, newspaper or just regular classes, Creekview holds a special trait that I doubt any of the other s...

My Goodbye

My Goodbye

Bayley Bogus, Editor-in-Chief

May 26, 2016

I’ve never been good at goodbyes. While I may have a knack for writing, I don’t have a knack for this. No part of me is upset about saying goodbye to high school, it’s the things I did while I spent my days here that I’ll miss. The day I got my license. The day I received my first kiss. ...

Senior Goodbye

Senior Goodbye

Alyssa Gruehn, Managing Editor

May 26, 2016

I suck at goodbyes, which is weird, because I am a probably the most sentimental person you’ll ever meet. There’s a box in my room with random tickets, notes, drawings, receipts, and even lollipop wrappers that I keep just because they remind me of a happy memory. I think it’s the fact that I ...

Joining the military

Joining the military

David Hoyt, Opinions Editor

May 18, 2016

For most High School students, the summer is a time to relax, get a summer job, and catch up on tv shows on Netflix. But last summer, senior Alex Doane spent his days shooting weapons, practicing in the gas chamber and doing physical training. “I had no idea what I was getting into,” Doane said....

The Final Countdown: Important dates for the year’s end

The Final Countdown: Important dates for the year’s end

Inaara Muhammad and Adrian Casas

May 13, 2016

Hey Mustangs, You may be looking forward to relaxing this summer, but the last weeks of school are action packed! Here’s what’s going on: Tuesday, May 17: -Junior vs Senior Powder Puff at Standridge Stadium from 5-6 p.m. Come support your favorite mustangs as the girls play football and ...

Inside Creekview’s One Act Play

Inside Creekview’s One Act Play

Susie Sutherland, Staff Writer

April 28, 2016

Texas might be one of the only places in the world to competitively put on plays. That’s right, we’re talking about UIL (University Interscholastic League) one act play. One act play is a competitive performance that can range from 18 to 40 minutes long that is judged by three judges. UIL on...

Last Minute Tips for AP Exam

Last Minute Tips for AP Exam

Inaara Muhammad, Staff Writer

April 20, 2016

This week, many Creekview students are carefully bubbling scantrons with their general information. While this may serve as a short break in the day’s curriculum, the process also strikes students with an anxious reality: AP Exams are closer than they appear. With such an active week, there are many ...

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