Students organized a walkout to commemorate those lost to gun violence on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School mass shooting.
How did Atholton’s NEHS manage to raise 2500 books? Read more and find out the story behind the Harlem Park Field Trip.
Prom is a magical time of the year for many girls. A night where they can create one of their last high school memories of fun and joy. Unfortunately some girls can not experience this […]
Over the weekend, I went to see the science fiction film Ready Player One, a movie adaptation of the 2011 book by Ernest Cline.
This year, junior Kevin Scanlon decided to start a rock climbing club at Atholton, sponsored by science teacher Ms. Pappadia
Nickie Giglio Opinions Editor April 9, 2018 I’ll be frank with you. I wasn’t overly excited to sit through a two hour musical based on a comic, cartoon, TV show, and […]
Team Record Baseball 4-4 Lacrosse (Boys) 5-4 Lacrosse (Girls) 1-4-2 Softball 2-6
Andrew Berman Staff Reporter To be involved in a community isn’t just to enjoy the presented activities or reek the benefits, but also to help others in your community and other communities all around you. […]
The Howard County Student Film Festival gave students a platform for ideas and imagination.
A month after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Shooting, Atholton High School students walked out in a fight for safer schools. The students gathered in the football field and held 17 minutes of silence for each of the lives lost in the tragedy.