Student Brags

These are Awesome Kids! 
Adam Copper and Bill Collage quote
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!

Graphic Design Regionals

On February 2nd a team of our top three Nex Design students traveled to Pima Community College to compete at regionals.  Morgan Lowry, Desmond Bustamante and Sam Gomez represented us well, producing quality work and presenting it like professionals to the panel of judges from the local industry.  They were challenged with three projects in the day:  designing a water bottle for a bike shop, a puzzle for girls aged 8-12 and and a poster for an illutionist's performance.  The team came in third place overall, and Desmond walked away with a prize for second place in the Puzzle Design Project from local business SAVVi.  Great job!

StudentsIllusionistPuzzleWater Bottle

Marcus Chavez Selected for UofA Keys Internship

Marcus Chavez was selected to participate in the UofA KEYS Research Internship Program.  This program is a unique summer opportunity for motivated high school students with a strong interest in bioscience, engineering, environmental health, or biostatistics to work side-by-side with top faculty in University of Arizona laboratories.  Congratulations. 

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Environmental Science Club Visits the Desert Museum

Environmental Science Club members were inspired to do their best raptor impression after watching the Raptor Free Flight show on December 5, 2017 at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. 

Desert Museum

Students Visit Retirement Home

The Independent Life Skills students visited the residents at the Fountains Retirement Home. 

Fountains Retirement Home
The Fountains Retirement Home 

Environmental Biology Class

Mrs. Pechuzal's third period Environmental Biology class is working on their EcoColumn projects, where they learn how nutrients cycle through different environments.

Environmental Biology  Ecocolumn  Download 5 

Mathleague Competition

Below are the students who competed in the math competition. This was the first year that they made it to the second round of the math competition and they all improved their scores from the first Pima competition. 

Swat Wellness Week Pink Out Day

Flowing Wells pinked out on October 25th to show their support for Breast Cancer Month. They rocked out at lunch with our own resident Zumba lady, LaRhonda Brinkley.

 Pink Out

Ralph Visits the Rotary Club

Ralph Garcia was selected to attend the Rotary Club Old Pueblo Tucson's weekly meeting. Ralph said he enjoyed his time and is really interested in the college Rotary.

Ralph Garcia

Art Gala

Ryan Walsh at the Art Gala, next to a painting he created!

Cross Country: Flowing Wells & Nogales win at Los Mezquites

The Los Mezquites Cross Country Invitational hosted by Sunnyside, and ran at Kennedy Park, have had teams such as Nogales, Flowing Wells, St. Augustine, Cholla and Sahuarita remain the constant in the field with girls from Nogales winning back-to-back titles and the boys from Flowing Wells improving from second last year to champions on Saturday, September 23rd. 

Juan Miranda won the boys race with a time of 18:05.6. The Flowing Wells boys took 1st place and the girls came in 2nd place.

Cross Country

FCCLA Brings Home Top Medals 

The Family, Career and Community Leaders of America held their National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tennessee from July 1-7, 2017. Flowing Wells High was represented by six fashion design students in competitions, leadership workshops and student networking events.

Front row: Andrea Rodriguez, silver medal in Fashion Construction; Chelsea Pon, silver medal in Recycle and Redesign; Syerra Rogers, gold medal in Fashion Construction.

Back row: Jesus Lucero, silver medal in Fashion Design; Leslie Gonzalez, silver medal in Fashion Design; Andrea Gonzalez, silver medal in Entrepreneurship.

FCCLA Group Photo

Syerra Rogers was the top scoring participant in the senior division of Fashion Construction. She was awarded a $3000 scholarship from the Art Institutes and a full, one year scholarship to the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising.

Syerra Rogers

Graphic Design Competition 

JTED@FW's top designers traveled to Pima Community College for the Tucson Area High School Graphic Design Championships. Our team of Nate, Jonah and Griselda made some quality work and came in 4th place overall.

Graphic Design