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School Lunch Review

February 7, 2020 5:45pm | Neely Burns

If you buy lunch at Thunderbird, you are no stranger to being overcome with confusion as to which food place to go to. The truth is, all food places at Thunderbird are great for certain people. Therefore, whether you agree or disagree with our ratings, […]

Hiking

February 7, 2020 5:41pm | James Wood

Now since it’s no longer 110 degrees outside you no longer have to workout inside at a gym. It’s cooled off and it’s ideal hiking weather now. Here is a list of hikes around the valley, their location, and their difficulty.        Let’s start with North […]

Best Children’s TV Shows of the 2010s

February 7, 2020 5:36pm | Neely Burns

It’s official: the 2010’s are no more. Although current students at Thunderbird were born in the 2000s, many of us have fond memories of the early 2010s, where TV networks like Disney, Cartoon Network, and Nickelodeon were at their peaks. Since then, the shows on […]

Girls Soccer Ends Season with 10-2 Record

January 28, 2020 5:28pm | Midori Lenyard

Our Girls Soccer team has done great this season. On average, they have an overall score of 3-2 for each game and two of our players have been named player of the game. They dominated their last home game against Glendale with a final score […]

Performing Arts Assembly

December 13, 2019 5:46pm | Tahtiana Hatchett

The first assembly for the performing arts came, and no one could hold their excitement. “We’ve been working on the assembly for a while, and we are all excited for everyone to see what we have been working on,”says Kyla Webster. The performing arts assembly […]

Glendale Glitters

December 13, 2019 5:24pm | Ellie Bonnette

Imagine this, you just finished holiday shopping with your family and friends, and now you’re getting ready to get cozy with some blankets while eating delicious gingerbread cookies while watching a live performance. Sounds nice? Well, you might get the chance to do that if […]

The Story of Landon Higgins

December 11, 2019 5:58pm | Pierce Benson

Landon Higgins is a senior at Thunderbird High School and has attended the school for four years. He is on the Honors/AP track and has managed to maintain great grades throughout his four years in high school. He also plays basketball and has been on […]

Blood Drive Aids Dorian Victims

October 4, 2019 5:56pm | Midori Lenyard

Do you want to help those affected by Hurricane Dorian? With one blood donation, three peoples’ lives could be saved and a free blood test is provided. In present news, Hurricane Dorian has taken the lives of more than 50 people in The Bahamas. The […]

School Spirit

October 4, 2019 5:53pm | Neely Burns

No matter who you are on Thunderbird’s campus, there’s no denying that we have school spirit! Whether it’s spirit week, a football game, or just a normal week, there is always time to show support for your wonderful school. During spirit weeks, Student Council puts […]

Four Year Varsity Athlete Brighton Solheim

October 4, 2019 5:49pm | Bailee Gardner

As a student and athlete, Brighton Solheim surpasses all expectations, not only on the gym floor but also academically. She balances AP classes while attending practices everyday after school. This will be Brighton’s last year at Thunderbird High School and her last year on the […]