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Westwood Horizon

The student news site of Westwood High School.

Westwood Horizon

The student news site of Westwood High School.

Westwood Horizon

A Spanish Club member focuses on her cake decorations. The vibrant icing colors and the skull-shaped cakes were intended to represent elements of Día de Los Muertos.
Spanish Club Shares Spanish Culture with Cupcake Decorating Social
Hannah McDonough, Community & World News Editor • November 27, 2022
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16 Westwood orchestra students qualified to participate in the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) All-State Clinic and Convention in February. Reaching the highest honor in scholastic music, this group makes up the largest number of finalists from a single school. Photo courtesy of Westwood Orchestra.
With 16 Total All-State Finalists, Westwood Orchestra Musicians Make Up Largest Number of Qualifiers in Texas
Catharine Li, Horizon Editor-in-Chief • November 16, 2022
70s New Wave music is far more guitar-driven and angular than its 80s counterpart, but it contained just as many classic hits provided by striking and iconic bands.
Top 25 New Wave Songs
Oliver Barnfield, Video Editor • November 10, 2022
A portrait of an Indigenous person is painted in the field house gym. The school mascot is intertwined with Westwood sports traditions.
Not Enough: Examining the Cultural Implications of Westwood's Warrior Mascot
Prima Changwatchai, Reporter • October 26, 2022
The SAT seems to have quickly lost importance in recent years, mainly due to most colleges being test-optional. However, it can still be a helpful way to estimate a student’s performance in university, given that access to resources is provided and colleges continue to evaluate applications holistically.
The SAT Isn't the Problem
Aanika Hirode, Arts & Entertainment Editor • October 5, 2022