Every day millions of kids go to school and feel as though no adult in the building cares about them and their success, what is going in their life. . .
As you come up the final step into the top of the d-hallway stairwell, you find yourself standing beside a busy french cafe with a view of the eiffel tower. Two more steps and suddenly, the Louvre is to your left, glistening in the sunlight, and the arc de triomphe, illuminated by the colors of the french flag in the night sky. As you look in front of you, you see the french flag sprawled out on a wall, and a sign on it that reads: “La France.”
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 […]
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.
Atholton would have gotten rid of Raider Time if it were not for these couple of Computer Science students.
Both hands on his signature rolly podium, walky-talky in his pocket, smile on his face, he warmly greets students and staff in the hallways of Atholton. Meet our newest solution to Hutchins-withdrawal, our latest addition to Raider Nation—Principal Robert Motley.