These are Awesome Kids!
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We are proud of our students here at FWHS. We recognize those who study hard and do their best. They have done an exceptionally good job and deserve to be bragged about!


Caballero Culinary Café

The Flowing Wells' basic culinary arts class students opened up their own "restaurant" called Caballero Culinary Café on April 19 and 20. We used our knowledge of service and the brigade system and hosted much of Flowing Wells' staff and faculty for a two-course lunch!

Caballero Culinary Café


JTED Graphic Design Skills Day

Congratulations to our graphic design students for an excellent performance at Eastern Arizona College Skills Day! Three students traveled to Thatcher to compete in a variety of creative challenges and came away with a variety of awards: 

  • Nate Leigh - Digital Media 2nd Place, Poster Design 3rd Place
  • Nikkie Ambrose - Logo Design 2nd Place
  • Corey McCarty - Logo Design 1st Place, Still Life Drawing 2nd Place

Great job representing JTED!

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JROTC Drill Team Places 3rd at State Competition

The drill team competed with 32 other schools at the AZ State High School Competition at Alahambra High School.

  • Armed Drill Team took 3rd Place in Armed Regulation
  • Armed Four Person took 2nd Place 

Flowing Wells High School took 3rd place over all in the state. Awesome job!

JROTC Drill Team


FWHS Economic Team Places 5th

FWHS Economic Team Places 5thOn April 8, FW competed in the Arizona State Finals of the Economics Challenge at Mesa Community College. This is part of a national competition sponsored by the National Council on Economics Education. The FW team, Ethan Burch, Kirk Davis, Michael Jurado, and Benjamin Bussey placed 5th in the finance challenge and did not place in the top ten top division of the economics challenge. We were the top regular public school in the competition. Other schools represented were University High School, Seton Catholic, several basis campuses, and many other schools from around Arizona. The advisors from each team competed in the teacher challenge, which was for candy and unscored. Mr. Klein won candy for Flowing Wells.


Fashion Design Students Medal at State Conference

The Flowing Wells fashion chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) recently attended the spring leadership conference at Westin La Paloma resort in Tucson. FCCLA is the national student organization for students enrolled in family and consumer science courses. Sixteen fashion students competed in STAR events, Arizona proficiency events, and attended leadership workshops during the three-day conference. 

The students in this photo competed for Flowing Wells.

Fashion Design Students Medal at State Conference

Front row: Sandy Trieu, gold in fashion design; Alex Morales, silver in chapter community service project; Evelyn Tovar, bronze in graphic design; Maleah Sanchez, silver in promote & publicize FCCLA
Second row: Andrea Gonzalez, bronze in graphic design; Bella Garza, silver in chapter in review portfolio; Mariela Lara, bronze in graphic design; Cassandra Arroyo, silver in fashion construction
Third row: Ana Roca, silver in recycle & redesign; Baylee Martin, silver in promote & publicize FCCLA; Erendida Robles, gold in fashion design; Leslie Gonzalez, silver in fashion design
Back row: Itzel Herrera, gold in fashion construction; Zhane` Elie, gold in fashion construction; Araceli Ward, silver in chapter in review portfolio; Kaitlin Imrich, gold in recycle & redesign

Nine students were named national contenders and will be traveling to San Diego July 2-8, 2016 to attend the FCCLA National Leadership Conference and to compete for national medals.

Fashion Design Students Medal at State Conference

Front row: Sandy Trieu, Cassandra Arroyo, Maleah Sanchez
Second row: Baylee Martin, Erendida Robles, Leslie Gonzalez
Back row: Itzel Herrera, Zhane` Elie, Kaitlin Imrich

Congratulations and great job!


Graphic Design Team Places 2nd

Congrats to our graphic design members for a great performance at the Tucson Area High School Graphic Design Championships. Seniors Roman Zambrano, Cory McCarty, and Nikkie Ambrose traveled to the Art Institute of Tucson. They each created designs for three real local businesses that a panel of eighteen judges from local industry judged. There were students competing from seven schools, and our team performed very well. Nikkie received two individual project first place scores, Cory received two individual project second place scores, and our team came in second place overall. Great job to our students on a job well done—we are proud of how you represented us!

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Track Team Competes at Marana Invitational

Our track and field team had their first invitational at Marana High School. The boys team came in third place overall, and the girls team came in fourth place overall. We had several first place finishers.

Karena Garcia finished first in the 1600-meter and 3200-meter runs, breaking two of her personal records. Katie Daily took first in the high jump. Our state champion, Sierra Rodriguez, took first in the shot put and discus. Our boys 4x400 meter relay came in second. They missed first by the tip of the nose! The 4x400 meter relay consisted of Anthony Korb, Alex Saldivar, Victor Bustamante, and our lead anchor Darrian Wyble. We had outstanding performances by Benjamin Bussey, Saydie Chavez, Angelique Hill, and Illiana Leibis, who also brought home medals for finishing second and third. Outstanding work Cabs; we are proud of you!


Flowing Wells Color Guard

The Flowing Wells Color Guard had the honor to present the colors at the Wounded Warrior GT-500 nationwide tour. 

The car is on a nationwide tour, named the “High Five Tour,” representing the Wounded Warriors Family Support Organization. The tour is going to accept donations for our wounded warriors. 

The car is a GT-500 Super Snake wide-body Mustang, built in Las Vegas by Shelby. It has 850 horsepower and many of other special equipment. The car has a complete body wrap which looks like the American Flag and it is very beautiful to see.