Category: News

What’s Going on In the Red Cross Club

“It helps students realize that they can make a big impact.

Raider Rally: Atholton’s Spring Pep Rally

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 […]

Bully Free Forever Club Invites Leader of Free Hugs Movement

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 Theater Students See “To Kill A Mockingbird”

 “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.

Piggy Banks, Power Tools, & The Perfect Machine: Student Women Engineering

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.

Superintendent Makes Big Changes in Proposed 2019 Budget

Superintendent proposes increases to mental health programs and staff benefits.

Winter Dance Concert 2019

Staff Reporter Jaylynn Floyd February 19th, 2019 Silence fell over the crowd. The curtains parted and the stage was soon filled with dancers kicking, dropping, and spinning all over the place. 2019 started off with […]

Atholton Scores High in Maryland State Department of Education Report Card

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.

Locks and Bathrooms

The unknown reason for the locking of the Music/Art/Tech/Business bathroom has been answered.

The Government Shutdown

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.