A Foreign Exchange

Reported By: Monique Camacho Attending school in an unfamiliar country sounds terrifying to most people. But not for Baba Minako, despite the differences, Minako is adapting very well to America. “ It’s different but I’m really enjoying it,” Minako stated. There are some things Minako would change about the schools here in America, “I really…

Brady Rebel: The Senior Soaring to Sucess

As Reported By: Anahi Avalos The JMHS Varsity Football Captain, Brady Rabel, is soaring to success as a senior in high school. A hard-working, well-rounded, and overall outstanding individual, Brady is the true embodiment of the “Madison Way.” Rabel’s adoration for football is deep-rooted and has only developed since his introduction to the sport as a child….

Swimming Into a New Season

By Monika Garcia After a great swim season this past 2021-2022 year, many swim team members are excited to start the next season off fresh with captain (and incoming senior) Alina Nguyen. “My hopes for next year as captain is that to see the team grow even more,” said Nguyen. As other leaders know, being…

Some Enchanted Evening

After a two-year hiatus, the Prom has returned.  The class of 2022 and others celebrated the evening at the Westin San Antonio North hotel. Among the bright colors, fancy format wear, and music, were plenty of smiles and happiness.       Coming back strong from a break during the global pandemic, the prom was…

Budding Buddies

By Erin Rabel The Guild Dogs for the Blind (GDB) puppy club here at Madison is gaining many new puppy members. Puppies have been coming in waves joining the James Madison GDB puppy club. Since March 29th, the Madison puppy pack has grown by 11 more pups. That isn’t all though; there are still more…

Making a Grand Exit

By Monika Garcia  In only a few weeks, the class of 2022 will be walking the stage and receiving their diplomas. With the last two years being different than usual, many seniors are excited they are almost done. During the lunch periods of April 13th, 2022, seniors lined up in front of the school to…

Ready, Set, Go!

By David Garcia Run, jump and hurdle your way to the stadiums because track season is underway.   The Track runners started practicing for the 2022 track season back in January and the comp season started on Thursday, February 17 at the South West High School Joe Marsh Dragon Relays . Our track team opened the…

Stock Show Drives Into Town

By Erin Rabel The stock show and rodeo are a huge deal to the people in the city of San Antonio. There are FFA  livestock shows, concerts, and a carnival. The events last for over two weeks and the days are jam-packed with things to do.  The biggest and most well-known part of this event…

Leaving the Nest

By Monika Garcia In a few months, there will be lines full of seniors in their graduation caps and gowns, waiting to leave high school behind.  Although some seniors may be clueless about what to do after school, some already have it figured out. “I want to be a firefighter because I find it interesting…

Frozen Out

By Monika Garcia  On Thursday, January 20th, Madison high school along with other NEISD schools shut down schools due to the wintery weather occurring that day. The district concluded roads would be too icy, causing teachers to be absent, resulting in being understaffed.           “I was ecstatic, it’s very interesting because they said it was a…