• May 28Ammie Oreiro named Class of 2020's Most Inspirational Senior
  • May 28Titus Haley named Class of 2020 Student of the Year
  • May 20Seniors Julianna Lassiter and Gavin Wilburn named WR's Athletes of the Year

Fill Up Cougar Nation, Please and Thank You.

Samuel Jantz and Kainalu Ramos

February 7, 2020

Let's be honest, Cougars, while we are improving our culture, we still lack some degrees of school spirit.  Not many students attend school-games and activities. Why is that? We need to support our fellow Cougars, whether the...

Cougars Changing the Culture

Samuel Jantz and Kainalu Ramos

January 24, 2020

Benjamin Franklin once said, "It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad one to lose it." For a majority of Weston Ranch High School's existence, students have dealt with the one bad deed more than they...

Schools Need to Consider Late Start

Elena Wilson, Opinions Editor

May 10, 2019

For the second year in a row, California Lawmakers will begin pushing a bill through the Houses requiring schools to implement a later start for the school day. Last year, Governor Jerry Brown vetoed the bill calling it a "one...

Support is a Two-Way Street

April 12, 2019

A few months ago, The Prowl wrote an article calling out the students to show more spirit and to support the efforts of our Leadership Team. The effects since have shown more student spirit, more intense energy from the leadership...

Curriculum Needs To Reflect the Learners

Elena Wilson and Nylah Price

April 12, 2019

After you open a book, you may find a different world and different possibilities within the writing on pages. Reading expands your thoughts and creates a personal relationship between you and the characters that you are reading...

Block System Should Consider Student Input

Elena Wilson, Alia Jones, and Nylah Price

April 12, 2019

Students should be able to decide whether we use block schedule every year. Block schedule started at Weston Ranch High School in 2015, although some schools in MUSD have used it longer.  MUSD implemented the decision to use...

What Happened to Common Courtesy?

Allan Smithy, Opinion Editor

April 12, 2019

Let's face it. We live in a world which calls for its inhabitants to get things quickly. Need an answer fast, check the internet. Need your food now, go to a drive-thru. Don't have time to call someone, text them. There is nothing...

Should We Pledge?

Nylah Price and Alia Jones

February 22, 2019

The Pledge of Allegiance is a polarizing topic in our country right now. While reciting the Pledge of Allegiance each day in class can be considered an act of Patriotism, some people choose to abstain from the custom. The differing...

C’mon, Cougars, Show Your Spirit

Elena Wilson and Daniela Mejia

February 15, 2019

We are calling Cougar Nation! Athletics, clubs, and performing arts need your support. Currently, our Boy’s Weston Ranch Basketball team is 28-1 and ranked 16th in the State. In addition to the statewide ranking, our boy's...

Be My Valentine

Basaya Adefimihan and Malaysia Manuel

February 14, 2019

Are you excited for Valentine’s day? Of course, each year on February 14, people celebrate this special day. Valentine's day is dedicated to spending time with your loved one also known as your significant other. People surprise...