On December 18, 2014 at 7:00 p.m, The Mansfield High School Choir performed their annual Christmas concert at the First United Methodist Church. They performed classic Christmas songs, collaborated some of their own, and added a little twist to others. There were also much more solos than usual throughout... READ MORE »»
Among this incoming holiday season there are many different religious holidays that people celebrate and one of them is Hanukkah, sometimes spelled Chanukah and also known as The Festival of Lights. The history of Hanukkah began in Israel where the Jewish were forced to worship in one temple if they... READ MORE »»
Senior year is the year of all years. It's the year that everyone waits for and one thing that makes it so special and memorable is the college application process. Senior year is when most people send out applications for college and start a new page in their life. Here are a few of Mansfield High's... READ MORE »»
In able for students to get into the holiday spirit, StuCo has created a variety of days that are so fun it will cause even the most Grinch-like student's hearts to grow.
Monday: Red/Green Day
Tuesday: Holiday Pajamas Day
Wednesday: Tacky Sweater Day
Thursday:Holiday Wear Day
Friday:... READ MORE »»
In the week's edition of Throwback Thursday-Teacher Edition, one of Mansfield High's favorite geography teachers, Mr. Lance Davis, was willing to offer an insight about his high school and college life.
Who was your idol when you were in high school and why?
Cal Ripken Jr. was my... READ MORE »»
Location: Lubbock, Texas
School Colors: Black and Scarlet
Mascot: Raider Red
Total Cost of Attendance: $24,044
Undergraduate Population: 27,044
Campus Size: 1,839 acres
Offers: More than 150 undergraduate programs, 104 master programs, 56 doctoral programs, and 53... READ MORE »»
Last night Mansfield High's theater members put on their student-directed production of the classic story of A Christmas Carol. Admission was a $2 donation at the door or you could bring in a toy for the Toys for Tots drive. They were able to raise over $100 in donations for charity as well.
"This... READ MORE »»
Scrooge ( Justin Aloze) talking his colleague, Bob Cratchit (Kyle Pearson)