Tag: Atholton High School

Dressgate: HCPSS Revised Dress Code For the 2019-2020 School Year

On May 9th, the Howard County Board of Education released a revised policy for the Students Dress Code, which will take effect this July.

Welcome New SGA Officers!

Yesterday, students across Atholton High School voted for Student Government Association class officers to represent them across the school. Here are the winners.

Marching Band Ends the Year by Cheering on Girls on the Run

The Atholton Marching Band closed out their year by motivating runners during the Girls on the Run 5k.

Marching Band Has Begun Marching to Victory Again

The shining trumpet began the march, guiding the audience’s gaze to their black and green uniforms.

Success STEMs from Science Olympiad Hard Work

Atholton’s Science Olympiad team had an exciting season this school year. Out of three major competitions, the group managed to grab multiple first place awards small events.

Custodians: Atholton’s Nighttime Warriors

They sweep the floors, clean the cafeteria, and keep our school clean; the most essential jobs at Atholton have long been preformed by  Custodians.

The Motley Initiative: A New Identity

Alexandra Gardner Section Editor 5 June 2019 A few years ago, Atholton wanted to reward students for their proficiency in school. Administration came up with the Raider Reach: a rudimentary system designed for elementary school […]

Varsity Baseball Winning Season

Abideen Jallow May 10 2019 Staff Reporter Batter up! This baseball season is a season worth tuning into, where the hopes for a state championship is on the rise. The varsity baseball team of Atholton […]

Allied Softball Hits it out of the Park

Every Tuesday and Thursday, the cracking of bats can be heard ringing in the gym as Atholtons Allied Softball team faces off with their foe. Commandeered by club sponsor Mr. Stuppy and manager Cameron Okolita, the club leaves it all on the field in every game.

French Class Takes on the National Gallery of Art

French 4 and 5 classes head to DC to study French art throughout history.