Schools

WOS Choir Students Going To State

  Ten West Orange – Stark High School choir students have earned advancement to the State Solo and Ensemble Contest. Each earned a rating of “1” at local competition. Advancing are (see picture) front row, Jasmine Smith, Roshni Lauji, Amori Haley, Hannah Chatman; (second row) Isaiah Chatman, Manuel Franklin, and Jaela Ross.  Also advancing (not ...

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OF FCCLA Attends Conference

Officers from Orangefield’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America chapter attended the FCCLA Region IV Conference in Galveston, Texas. Sponsor Kimberly Spears, as well as officers Ngoc Phan, Britney Patillo, Hannah Blaine, and Randi Wallace attended this event. Students competed in Students Taking Action with Recognition (STAR) Events, Family and Consumer Science Assessments (FCSA), ...

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Chilton, Lewis Represent Vidor at SRC

Vidor High School students Mallory Chilton and Nick Lewis earned first place in Declamation and Interpretive Reading, respectively, at the school-level finals of the 114th Miriam Lutcher Stark Contest in Reading and Declamation, a scholarship program sponsored by the Nelda C. and H.J. Lutcher Stark Foundation. On February 15, 2018, Vidor High School students competed in ...

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Bishop Visits St. Mary School

Bishop Curtis Guillory visited St. Mary Catholic School and said Mass with Father Joseph Daleo as co-celebrant.  The Superintendent of Catholic School, Marcia Stevens, was also present. It is always an honor to have Bishop visit our school.   His message to students and staff was to do the right thing and not let fear hold ...

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OF Receiving Harvey Help

International Paper made another generous donation of $500.00 to Orangefield ISD. The donation came from the members of International Paper Orange Mill’s Salary Team. This makes a total of $10,750.00 that IP Paper has given to restore the elementary and high school libraries. International Paper  is a true supporter of their community, and we appreciate ...

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OF Jazz Receives Superior Rating

On Friday, February 9th, Orangefield High School band members competed in the Region 10 UIL Solo & Ensemble competition.  The Jazz Band recieved a “Superior” rating:  Saxophone-Shea Nugent, Michael Blaine, Nikolas Boyett Trombone-Jesse Wilson Tuba-Ethan Tait Trumpet-Porter Welch, Katherine Scott, Emma Wells Piano-Kristen Courmier  Guitar-Adam Cain Bass-Cameron Guyote Percussion-Sean Russell, Micheal Durbin Also, Emma Wells, ...

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BC Chamber Names Students of Month

  The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the February Student of the Month for Orangefield High School is Ngoc Pham.  Ngoc is the daughter of Ha Nguyen and Ut Le.  She has a GPA of 3.86 and is ranked 31 of 104.  Ngoc’s awards and honors include: National Honor Society Big ...

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St.M Students Deliver Valentine Treats

St. Mary Catholic School’s Student Council delivered their Valentine Express as they do each year.  This year Mrs. Angela Smith, Sponsor, lead the students delivering the Valentine treats on Monday instead of Valentine’s Day due to the fact that it occurs on Ash Wednesday this year.  Ash Wednesday is a day of fasting and marks ...

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Bobcat Academics Competes At PNG

Orangefield High School traveled to Port Neches-Groves High School for an Invitational UIL Academic meet on Saturday, February 10th. The following are students who placed: Informative Speaking-6th place Lindsey Romero; Feature Writing-2nd place Whitney Flanigan; Editorial Writing-4th place Ronnie Elkins, 6th place Whitney Flanigan; Spelling and Vocabulary-1st place Ronnie Elkins, 6th place Gabby Holston, Spelling ...

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OF Students Going To State

Three Orangefield High School students competed in the Region 10 UIL Solo & Ensemble contest on February 3. Tyler Bailey, Lyla Boudreaux, and Michael Jones each performed a Class I solo and received a superior rating, which qualifies them to advance to the state contest. ...

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