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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!


Adam McClintock 4A/5A AIA Scholar Athlete

Adam Mclintock will be honored as the 4A/5A AIA Scholar Athlete of the Year for his efforts in the classroom and his success in the sport of air rifle. Read more>>>


Special Olympics Torch Run

One hundred police officers ran with the special olympics torch on Wednesday morning, May 6. Flowing Wells athletes Andy Arney and Nicole McManus carried the torch and handed if off to sheriff's deputies. The torch is making its way to Phoenix for the special olympics state tournament. Chic-Fil-A provided free breakfast for everyone after the run.

Special Olympics Torch Run


Tennis State Finals

Gretis Li represented our school well at the state tennis tournament. He made it all the way to the quarterfinals. He fell to the number one seed through a battle that he played with heart and sportsmanship. Chris Parsons and Joel Valenzuela made it to round 16 in doubles. We are proud of all their efforts and accomplishments.

 Tennis State Finals


Ag I and II Students Working Hard

Ag I and II students are working on the masonry unit, building an underground fire pit. Great job, students!

Building Underground Firepit


FWHS Friends Club Graduating Seniors

Friends Club Graduating SeniorsMembers of the FWHS Friends Club have volunteered on weekends working with the Friends of the Pima County Public Library, a local non-profit organization. On April 28, Libby Stone, the executive director of FPCPL, honored our graduating seniors at our club’s final book sale this year. The seniors received small gifts of appreciation for their dedication and hard work over the years. Graduating seniors in this picture are Laura McGeary, Jacob Contreras, Laura Ruiz, and Luong Vo. A fifth graduating senior, Dylan Hughes, is not in the picture, but he joined our group later in the day. Gungzhe Sun, who goes by Lawrence, is also in the picture, and he too received recognition. Despite the challenges of transitioning to his first year at the U of A, Lawrence continues to regularly volunteer with the non-profit organization. Year after year, through thick and thin, these young men and women have faithfully supported our club and the non-profit organization that provides thousands of books to the FWHS English Department. In fact, Laura McGeary continues to be an active member from the first day of her freshmen year! This group is incredible!


Super Saturday

Super Saturday was a huge success!

Super Saturday was a huge success. Over two-hundred students benefited from the opportunity to earn full credit and make up missing work or rework assignments. Students were thankful to their teachers for allowing them the opportunity to work on assignments. Thank you for your participation!

 

 


Pima Fair FFA Competition

At the Pima County Fair FFA Competition, FWHS had two students competing. Desiree Curran placed third in the market class for her pig. Robin Young placed fifth in her market class (blue ribbon) for her pig, and during the showmanship show, she won Reserve Grand Champion Senior Novice Showman! Congratulations and great job!

Pima Fair FFA Competition


Legally Blonde the Musical

FWHS students performed in Legally Blonde the Musical on April 16-18. Congratulations to the wonderfully talented cast, tech crew, and musicians!

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Recycled Art Contest

In March, several students participated in the recycled art contest at the Spring Home and Patio Show. We want to congratulate the winners. Check out their beautiful pieces. 

  • Nubia Guillen - first place
  • Rebecca Ehredt - second place
  • Jennifer Borbuzon - third place

Recycled Art


Optimist Club Essay Contest

FWHS seniors Robbie Young, Rilee Rascon, Kiana Stallard, Corinna Tellez, Laura Ruiz, and Emily Pearson participated in an essay contest sponsored by the Tucson Optimist Club. The students each wrote essays entitled, "What Does Optimism Mean to You?" 

Laura Ruiz won first place and will continue to the southern Arizona finals. Awarded second place was Rilee Rascon. The Tucson Optimist Club honored the students at a luncheon on April 8 at Sullivan's Steakhouse. Congratulations to these optimistic students! We think you are fantastic!

Optimist Club


FCCLA State Leadership Conference

Eleven Flowing Wells fashion students competed in fashion construction, fashion design, recycle and redesign, chapter in review portfolio, and chapter service project display during the FCCLA State Leadership Conference on March 30 through April 1, 2015. The students received five gold medals, five silver medals, and one bronze medal. 

Chosen as national contenders to represent Arizona FCCLA at the National Leadership Conference in Washington DC this July are: Itzel Herrera, Emily Sevinsky, Zhane Elie, Sandy Trieu, Jasmin Guzman, and Grace Dalrymple. Congratulations to all!

FCCLA State Leadership ConferenceFCCLA State Leadership Conference


Anisa Jimenez Accepted Into the 2014 American Choral Directors' Association Western Division High School Honor Choir

Anisa Jimenez, senior Choralaires member and Choral Union Manager, has been accepted into the 2014 American Choral Directors' Association Western Division High School Honor Choir, to be held in Santa Barbara, California this February. Anisa joined over 900 singers in auditioning for the honor choir. Fewer than 200 were accepted. This elite choir will be conducted by Dr. Craig Jessop, choral director at Utah State University and former conductor of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Anisa will represent Flowing Wells at this three day festival, culminating in a concert on the last day. Anisa plans to continue with music education after graduation and is excited to grow from this incredible musical opportunity.


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.