1. Eagle 1
Eagle 1 is gas powered EZGo L6 golf cart that rocks 13 inch aluminum rims and all terrain tires and a lift kit. It is very spacious and seats 6 comfortably, with cup holders as well, and safely thanks to the front brush guard. The Eagle 1 can be seen shuttling guests at school events or tours, hauling items for Round-up, or keeping our campus safe during large events.
2. Alright, bub
Mr. Nebel’s 2014 Honda Ridgeline pickup truck is a true beauty. He bought this truck, because of the interior comfort, hidden storage under the bed of the truck and most importantly it came with a roof rack to haul his two kayaks. But most important, he uses it to travel to Austin to pick up 1500 pounds of clay for his ceramic classes.
Senior Jack Frank drives one of the most tricked out Jeeps here at STH. It features after-market rims, stinger front bumper, soft top, and a LED headlights. You can see Jack cruising down Kirby with a girl from the burbs and Joseph Mercier riding shotgun. If you follow Jack on Instagram then you are familiar with his posts of admiration for his red off road stallion.
Coach Kwok can be seen being dropped off by his mom in his ‘81 Honda Civic Turbo. Fitted with custom paint, and a “NO H8TRS” license plate, it is easily the coolest car on campus. Kwok claims that he won it racing for Pinks off Westheimer in ’97.
5. Buddy System
Mr. Johnson and Ms. McConnell share their morning commute to STH. Johnson used to have a “pretty sweet truck” that he used to run Round-Up. Recently, Johnson decided to go environmental and not waste earth’s natural resources.
6. Metro Boomin’
Environment enthusiast Philip Cuneo takes the bus everyday to keep his promise to the environment. His sick public ride is outfitted with red and blue racing stripes and frequent stops in all of Houston’s best neighborhoods. It is basically like a larger limo.