The annual event, in its third year, took place at Wilde Lake High School’s Jim Rouse Theater to raise money for the Bright Minds Foundation.
Every girl can relate with the struggle of finding the perfect prom dress. But what happens when she doesn’t have enough money to afford a dress? Former student at Nova High School in Florida […]
In one nail-biting, nerve-racking hour, students discover if they have achieved one of their lifelong goals: participating in March Madness. A time and a place filled with magical moments, pure excitement, and brings closure to the end of the season by deciding which team ultimately reigns supreme.
Atholton’s theater department presented 13, a musical about a Jewish boy preparing for his Bar Mitzvah while in the midst of his parents divorce and his own relocation, on March 2nd, 3rd and 4th.
Tommy McCarty (’18) is spending one year in Malaysia, living with a host family and attending the local school.
Career academics provide students with a unique opportunity to gain an industry certificate during high school and/or earn college credit.
After the inauguration, various protests for various causes occurred around the country.
“Besides wearing green, we hope that people will show their support of fellow Muslim students, whether it is through a simple smile to a fellow student, a post or like online, or even through attending a march or rally.”
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.
A robot on a blind date with a hamster. A moose apocalypse. A politician who can finally lick his elbow. At the Atholton improv show, “You Gotta See This, You Gotta Hear This” is more than just the name of a game.