On Wednesday, October 10th, students raised awareness for breast cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness Month (and on Wednesdays, we wear pink).
On Tuesday, October 9th, students grabbed their costumes and dressed up as their favorite characters.
On Monday, October 9th, students rocked pajamas on the first day of spirit week.
On Sunday, October 7th, members of each grades’ Student Government Associations came together to decorate hallways for Homecoming.
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.