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Accounting for the Future

The accounting team poses together as a state winning team on March 19, 2018 in Argyle, TX. (Campbell Wilmot/The Talon News)

Sarah Crowder, Reporter

March 20, 2018

After dedication and hard work to win state, the UIL Accounting Team continues to strive for excellence. “[Being on the team] entails a lot of hard work in the classroom with our teacher, Mr. Rahman, and taking tests every day and learning,” senior Blaze Mcmellian said.  It is vitally impor...

Students ‘Shine’ Through Fine Arts Showcase

Band students perform at Shine at Argyle High School in Argyle, TX on March 5, 2018. (Katie Ray | The Talon News)

Katie Ray, Reporter

March 9, 2018

Shine, a fine arts showcase, was hosted by the art director Tonya Kosla on Monday, March 5. This annual event is a way that the Fine arts department can showcase their talents by displaying art, singing, acting, and much more. The showcase is a relatively new addition to the High School’s calendar ...

UIL Film Finishes Top In State

Junior Lauren Landrum holds up her bronze UIL state plaque at the UIL Young Filmmakers Festival in Austin, TX on Feb. 28, 2018. (Lauren Landrum / The Talon News)

Ashlynn Roberts, Reporter

March 7, 2018

Since middle school, film making has always been a huge passion for junior Lauren Landrum. What started as making homemade videos while on vacations has now become a state-recognized talent, and one that has earned her numerous awards throughout her high school career. Her most recent accomplishment ...

Teachers Talents Show After School

Concentrating, Alicia Montgomery practices darts in her free time on February 22, 2018. (Hayden Calendine | The Talon News)

Trinity Flaten, Reporter

February 23, 2018

Students frequently think that all their teachers do is work, but many teachers have interesting hobbies or little-known talents that they enjoy when they’re not at school. Some teachers have side businesses in addition to their main career. “I have two small businesses outside of school,” p...

Co-Captain Sets Standard

Audrey Livingston takes the court in a tennis tournament at Argyle High School on Oct. 19, 2017. (Jaclyn Harris / The Talon News)

Katie Ray, Reporter

February 22, 2018

After five years of hard work and dedication, junior Audrey Livingston received the position of co-captain for the tennis team, where she acts to improve the team’s mindset and work on the court. “I have learned that whoever you are facing on the court, playing your game and no one else’s is ...

Three Talented Thespians

Junior Raleigh Turner smiles in the dressing room after college auditions on Feb. 7, 2018. (Hayden Calendine | The Talon News)

Trinity Flaten, Reporter

February 9, 2018

After years of hard work, three girls got the chance to show off their talent. Theater students Carly Haynes, Katie Haynes, and Raleigh Turner, traveled to the Texas Educational Theater Association for specialized workshops and college auditions, all receiving callbacks, with Carly getting a full...

How Freshman Adapt

A freshman works diligently in English, on January 24, 2018. (Hayden Calendine | The Talon News)

Trinity Flaten, Reporter

January 26, 2018

Crowded halls, giants hovering above, lost in the sea of people. High school can be a scary place the first day of school freshman year. Starting out, many freshmen do not know what to expect. "I always thought that high school would be this busy place that you have to do all these things, every d...

Buckle Up for the Better

Teens face increased dangers that are avoidable when making the choice to not click their seatbelt into lock. (Jordyn Tarrant/The Talon News)

Jordyn Tarrant, Graphic Designer

January 17, 2018

Senior Looks to Continue Winning Streak

Senior Andrew Hennes is awarded for his accomplishments at the UIL State Academic Meet in 2017 in Austin, TX. (Stacy Short/The Talon News)

Ashlynn Roberts, Reporter

January 12, 2018

After being chosen to attend the National Biology Olympiad last summer, there are few science awards senior Andrew Hennes hasn’t won. Since freshman year, Andrew has participated on the UIL science team and placed first in state for biology two consecutive years. “Andrew is a very talented student in a lo...

‘Tis the Season of Ugly Sweaters

As they show off their extravagant sweaters, freshman pose for a photo on December 15, 2017. (Katy McBee | The Talon News)

Katy Mcbee and Ashlynn Roberts

December 18, 2017

The first thing that comes to mind in December is the Christmas holiday. While this is a well-known celebration worldwide, another holiday that has become quite popular in recent years is National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day, which falls on the third Friday of December every year. Argyle ISD is ge...

Freshman Teacher Teaches Lessons Outside of the Classroom

Sutton shares a laugh with freshman Katy Atkins on December 13, 2017. (Hayden Calendine | The Talon News)

Sarah Crowder, Junior Reporter

December 14, 2017

With a passion for teaching and making students smile, Mrs. Sutton continues to make an impact on Argyle. “I love what I do,” Challenge Day Club sponsor and Student Leadership and English I teacher Jeanna Sutton said. “I am one of those teachers who looks forward to coming to school every d...

An Unknown ‘Remedy’

Freshman Kassidy Rosengren shows her dedication to a cappella by singing on December, 5, 2017. (Christopher Piel / The Talon News)

Trinity Flaten, Junior Reporter

December 13, 2017

With voices singing on the top of their lungs, and every person doing their own important part, Remedy, the new a cappella club, will present their winter concert Dec. 19. “I wanted to give the kids another outlet for expression, another opportunity to sing,” choir director Will Griswold said. ...

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