Relief efforts were quickly put into place after major flooding in Old Ellicott City on May 27th.
Atholton’s biology and earth science students gathered data about our watershed and shared it at a county-wide summit.
Farewell to some of Atholton’s favorites as they move on to retirement.
A bipartisan movement demanding gun law reform is gaining momentum, as gun rights advocates remain staunch supporters of the Second Amendment.
On Saturday, April 28th, at 11 AM, Atholton’s baseball team partnered with the League of Dreams organization to host a baseball clinic and game for special education students in ALS programs across the county.
Maryland is known for many things–from lacrosse to sailing to the quirky flag. But above all else, The Old Line State is known for its crabs and Old Bay. Senior crab feasts have been a long standing tradition in Maryland and this shows no sign of stopping anytime soon.
Students organized a walkout to commemorate those lost to gun violence on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School mass shooting.
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 […]
How did Atholton’s NEHS manage to raise 2500 books? Read more and find out the story behind the Harlem Park Field Trip.