The Wildcatter

  • Jan. 10-12 ​Girls Soccer vs CCISD Tour., There @ TBA

  • Jan. 10 ​Boys Soccer vs Alamo Heights @ Buc, 4:00

  • Jan 8 Girls Basketball vs TM, There @ 7:30/5:00/6:15

  • Jan 8 ​Boys Basketball vs TM, There @ 6:15/5:00/7:30

  • Jan. 8​ Boys JV Soccer vs Carroll, Here @ 6:30

  • Jan 5 Swimming Prelims/Finals @ TM, TBA

  • Jan. 5​ Boys Soccer vs Veritas, Alice (Memorial) @ 9:00

  • Jan 4 Girls Basketball vs Martin, There @ 5:30/5:30/7:00

  • Jan 4 Boys Basketball vs Laredo Martin, Here @ 5:30/5:30/7:00

  • Swimming TISCA Zone Meet @ TM, TBA

Pharmacy Students Learn How To Use Glucometers

Pharmacy Students Learn How To Use Glucometers

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Editor In Chief

December 12, 2018


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AP Pharmacy students practiced taking their blood sugar with the blood glucose monitoring device called glucometers last Friday, Nov. 7. "As a Pharmacy Tech, these are devices they could help the patient with, so we are familiarizing ourselves with it," Pharmacy teacher Mr. Scott said. Students...

Shattered Dreams Program Shows Consequences of Drinking & Driving

Shattered Dreams Program Shows Consequences of Drinking & Driving

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Reporter

December 4, 2018


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Senior Savannah Ramos had blood dripping from her forehead while she sat in the passenger seat of a small car. She and 23 other students reenacted a fake car crash, hosted by Shattered Dreams, to show seniors and juniors the importance of not drinking while driving. “When I walked outside to the accident, I ...

Historical Cross Project Underway To Restore Meaning of ‘Corpus Christi’

Historical Cross Project Underway To Restore Meaning of ‘Corpus Christi’

Coltin McDaniel, Reporter

November 20, 2018


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A 230-foot cross is being built on the South side of Highway 37, near the Carbon Plant road exit. Pastor of Abundant Life Fellowship Rick Milby had the idea to build this cross four years ago and upon completion the Corpus Christi Cross will be the largest in the Western Hemisphere and the second largest...

Beto V Cruz

John Bendele, Reporter

November 20, 2018


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Calallen High School buzzed with excitement in the weeks leading up to the 2018 Mid-Term elections. The mid-terms were one of the most highly watched races for the Texas senate seat. Candidates Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke battled it out to see who got the senate spot for Texas. Both candidates showed...

The Unknown Club

The Unknown Club

Timothy Ingram, Reporter

November 12, 2018


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Anime Club has been around at CHS for about two years, yet not many people seem to have heard about it. The turnout for new members has been low and current members are looking for new people to join. “With some better advertising, we might be able to rope in more members,” club President Hunter...

Art Club To Raffle Wildcat Painting

Art Club To Raffle Wildcat Painting

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Editor In Chief

October 19, 2018


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To raise money for the art club art teacher, Mr. Olvera, painted a mural titled Wildcat Pride which will be raffled on Dec. 14. The tickets are $2 for one ticket and $5 for three tickets. The mural depicts a picture of a wildcat dressed in a football uniform squatting on top of a tower of stones. ...

CHS Choir Hits The High Notes At District Choir Auditions

CHS Choir Hits The High Notes At District Choir Auditions

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Editor In Chief

October 11, 2018


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Thirteen CHS choir students competed at Tuloso-Midway High School for their District Choir Auditions. Seven of the students placed in the top seven. Senior Gracie Wernig placed first in Soprano 2. "I was really confident when I performed," Wernig said. "I knew I would probably place top 5." Gracie...

New 2018-2019 Class Officer Elections Results

New 2018-2019 Class Officer Elections Results

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Editor In Chief

October 4, 2018


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The news class officers for the 2018-2019 school year were elected, and they are all excited with their new positions. Dylan Filla is the Corresponding Secretary for the Senior class which means he will have a role at graduation. "It's humbling position. I'm not president or vice president, but...

Homecoming Week Is Here

Homecoming Week Is Here

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Editor

October 3, 2018


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Homecoming week starts Monday October 1 with students dressing up in their best Prehistoric Times-1949 costume and ends Friday October 5 at the football game. The homecoming theme is Blast From the Past. Homecoming Themes: Oct. 1 Prehistoric Times-1949 Oct. 2 Rock N Roll-1950's Oct. 3 Hippies...

College Night Sparks Post High School Plans For Students

College Night Sparks Post High School Plans For Students

Amber Ashworth, Reporter

September 25, 2018


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Counselors at Calallen organized College night last Monday to help students find the right school for them. College night brings in representatives from colleges and military recruiters from around the state of Texas. “My goal is that we have a one stop shop for all students and parents to get...

Six Years And Counting

Six Years And Counting

Amber Ashworth, John Bendele, Emiliano Zapata, Reporters

September 17, 2018


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Calallen Wildcat News serves as the backbone of daily communication about campus related events between students and staff. They broadcast morning announcements which are produced by Calallen TV staff. ACalallen TV has spent years growing its technology to stream the announcements on YouTube. Students...

Spirit Season Starts With A Bang

Spirit Season Starts With A Bang

Kara Johnson and Kendall McCall, Reporters

September 11, 2018


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The student body has gathered together to show school spirit at the first two pep-rallies of the year. CHS students were loud, energetic and entertained by the band, cheerleaders and Topcats. “School spirit is important because it keeps us going as a whole,” Topcats Coach Ms. Voorhess said....

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