The Frontline


The Mane Street Standard Online is a publication from students at Clear Springs High School. Clear Springs opened in 2007 as Clear Creek ISD’s fourth high school. We’re located at 501 Palomino Lane in League City, in the northern part of Galveston County. We currently have nearly 2,700 students. Our goal and number one mission is to tell the stories within Clear Spings High School and give information to our students, parents, community and whoever else cares. became real in 2017 after a year of studies, tests and workshops.

With the leadership of journalism adviser Karen DePaul,  students began drawing up ideas for the site. After knowing what the site needed to look like, and the stories that would drive the site and the tone of the content, design began. The site is now passed on and administered by journalism adviser Erin DiNardo and editor-in-chief Noah Falk.

We’re proud of our accomplishment and proud to tell the stories of Clear Springs High School and the Charger Nation.  |


-Clear Springs’ online newspaper is student run and operated by Clear Springs journalism students with assistance from adviser Erin DiNardo

-The launch of the site was in September 2017

-Students working on the online edition also write and produce the school’s yearbook

-The site is updated every single day #nolimits

-During the summer, we post personality features and news updates

-Content on is managed by WordPress

-The site design is by Clear Springs Media students with technical assistance provided by


2017-18: Skylar Lien

2018-19: Skylar Lien

2019-20: Fiza Kuzhiyil

2020-21: Noah Falk

2021-22: Angelina Balusek

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