Tag: AHS

The Houston Astros Are Champions

After the immense suffering from Hurricane Harvey, the city of Houston now has something to cheer about: last Wednesday, the Astros took the World Series for their first time in franchise history. This franchise persevered through many pitiful years, hitting a poor win-loss record of 232-416 during their 2011-2014 seasons.

The Scariest Movie of All Time

Ever wondered what the scariest movie of all time is?

Pep Rally

 On the Friday before homecoming, the whole school took to the football field to witness the annual pep rally. This years pep rally featured dancing, jumbo soccer and many more activities.

7 Easy Steps to Earn an A on Your Next Test

With the following tips you will never endure this devastation ever again.

Setting Up a Season: Volleyball Defends Champion Legacy

Atholton’s Varsity Volleyball team is the reigning state champion for the 3A division and determined to go back-to-back.

What do you need the extra hour for?

What”s your opinion on the new school start time?

Holocaust Survivor Visits Atholton

On April 28th, Holocaust survivor Edith Mayer Cord recalled her fascinating yet dreadful experience growing up in Austria and constantly running from the Nazis for Mrs. Payne’s freshman English class.

Don’t Trash the Idea of Making Atholton Greener

Only one thing stands between Atholton and a Green School certificate.

The JV Wrestling Team Has Reached its Pinnacle

It is a great feeling; a feeling of excitement, momentum, and most importantly, a feeling of success. The Raiders’ very own JV wrestling team has garnered quite a few accomplishments, namely having a girl on the roster and preparing underclassmen for varsity, but this year the team adds something new to the resume: an undefeated start.

Atholton’s JROTC Contributes to Walter Reed Hospital

On January 31, 2017, Atholton JROTC Cadets went to Walter Reed Hospital to present two checks to the hospital’s cancer ward. During JROTC’s Cancer Awareness Week during late October, Atholton raised over $1,300 in an effort to support Walter Reed Hospital’s Cancer Ward.