The shining trumpet began the march, guiding the audience’s gaze to their black and green uniforms.
Lighting struck the ground, blowing the concrete to dust around him and the bright lightning bolt on his chest sparking as he uttered the word, “Shazam!”
Tossing and turning throughout the night, two-year-old Bradley Hopper made sure to ruin everyone’s night.
Poems, improv, songs galore, what could make you want to come more?
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 Evan Newman Staff Reporter January 18, 2019 Sparks flying, keys clacking, the robot is already starting to take shape. The Robotics Club is, well, a club that makes robots. The robots are made over […]
The hilarity and community of AHI Tuna, Atholton’s improv club.
Meet Mr. Reuss, the newest addition to Atholton’s Special Ed. department!