On April 7th, the Atholton swim club participated in the 2019 Howard County Invitational Swim Meet. Consisting of 17 different events, including 6 relays, the Atholton Jellyfish came in second place overall.
Rebecca Leger Staff Reporter April 27, 2019 A teenager steps off a plane into a new world different from his own—frightened, nervous, but hungry for new experiences. His eyes wide for the exploration of cultures […]
Sweat from the tired senior players and encouraging chants from the sideline filled the main gym at Atholton High School during the Teacher vs. Senior volleyball tournament. Later, basketball players partook in the March Madness […]
Kyle Tracht Staff Reporter If you have a locker, you’ve probably noticed the notes. You know, the heart-shaped notes with positive messages written on them, stuck on every locker in the building? Yeah, those notes. […]
Atholton’s gymnasium, usually filled to the brim with basketball teams or freshmen getting their PE credit, was packed with book-crazed fifth-graders on Friday night. Across the floor there groups varying from three to five children […]
Kaodi Gerry-Ofor Staff Reporter April 8, 2019 Frantic girls, a multitude of dresses, boxes of shoes, tables of jewelry, a makeup artist, and the seemingly ceaseless bell that signified the adoption of a […]
“It’s a sin to kill a mockingbird,” uttered Jeff Daniels portraying the the iconic To Kill A Mockingbird character Atticus Finch during an abridged version of the adapted play for a performance of the packed Library of Congress theater.
Kyle Tracht Staff Reporter 4/4/19 Stormtroopers- for most of us, they’re those forgettable extras from Star Wars, minions for the heroes to cut through in the dozens. For over 13,000 people across the world, however, […]
A teacher at Central Valley High School was arrested and escorted out of her classroom yesterday during fourth period for not assigning any homework to her students.
People gathered around the pool, breathing in the chlorine and tension filling the air. Underneath the surface of the water, there were five students, strapped with scuba diving masks and ready to win. “Get set,” […]
Trump reported to be “super excited” and “ready to rule”
Abideen Jallow April 1 2019 Staff Reporter “This is too easy,” said Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors. In this era of the NBA, 3-point shooting has become a lot more prominent than in […]
For some, business means three-piece suits and glass conference room tables. For junior Mihir Kurup, it means an annual competition against students from all across Maryland at the Baltimore Inner Harbor, where he must demonstrate […]
Atholton’s own Student Women Engineering Club took home 1st place in the Rube Goldberg Machine Competition through wit, grit, and good old fashioned cow boots.
Atholton’s Wind Ensemble and Symphonic band hosted their annual Winter Band Camp, led by their band teacher, Mr. Eric Posner, on February 22nd and 23rd at Atholton to learn new techniques from guest instructors and musicians.
The inaugural Raider Review video essay, this 5-minute clip embarks on a scientific endeavor into a better understanding of meme culture.
Superintendent proposes increases to mental health programs and staff benefits.
The Atholton POMS team hosted its first competition here at Atholton on February 2nd, but with some major key differences than one might expect from the competition.
By: Matthew Bloom and Jessie Wang Staff Reporters Photo credits to hollywoodreporter.com Reading Jane Austen novels (Sorry Ms. Stackhouse) A bowl of room-temperature soup Bing as a default search browser When you’re done standardized testing […]
In early December, the Maryland State Department of Education released the annual report cards for school across Maryland and gave Atholton High School five out of five stars.
On January 3rd, Atholton High School’s Theater Department traveled down the road to Howard Community College to partake in the Howard County Theater Festival. Atholton later ventured to Towson University on January 11th and 12th for the annual Maryland Thespian Festival.
Students created a club centered around improving public speaking skills.
On December 22, 2018, President Donald J. Trump issued a government shutdown due to several disputes between the Democratic party and the Republican party in the White House over immigration issues. Since 1776, there have been a total of 21 government shutdowns, the current one being the longest one we have ever had. The shutdown hits closer to home, at Atholton High School, affecting students and events alike.
Every Tuesday and Thursday, the cracking of bats can be heard ringing in the gym as Atholtons Allied Softball team faces off with their foe. Commandeered by club sponsor Mr. Stuppy and manager Cameron Okolita, the club leaves it all on the field in every game.