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The AHS Eagle

The student news site of Arlington High School

The AHS Eagle

The student news site of Arlington High School

The AHS Eagle

A graphic arts three project involves painting an umbrella.

Classes Represented by Colors

Jorge Cardona, Staff Reporter
September 28, 2023

Every couple of months or so the controversial question “which color belongs to each class” begins to trend again and it seems people can never fully agree on a color. Although this question  varies...

Ms. Muniz, High School Librarian, is posing next to her favorite shelf in the library with her favorite book. Ready to share on social media to give inspiration to other readers.

Shelfie Day at the Library

Jazmin Garcia Castillo, Staff Reporter
February 24, 2023

On the fourth Wednesday of January people from all around the world celebrate a day called Shelfie Day. Readers are invited to take a photo with their favorite library shelf that features the books that...

Registration for 2023-2024

Abby Bolter, Staff Reporter
February 24, 2023

Class registration opened for the 2023-2024 school year on Friday, February 17 at 9:20am. Registration closes on March 3 at 10:00am. To register for classes, go to Skyward and go to schedule and up in...

Mr Ford, English teacher, is also an advisor for a freshman advisory group.

Advisory Update

Jake Conant, Writer
December 8, 2022

Why did Advisory start late? Why did kids get different teachers? Here is everything you need to know about the new Advisory. With new kids coming in, Advisory was getting mixed up due to special needs...

Kamila Estrada, Jayden Gonzales, and Meredith Marsh tend the Student Stores bar

The Eagle Co. Packs Hallways, as Students Line Up To Support The Store’s Soft Opening

Tiele Lissa, Staff Reporter
October 3, 2022

The school’s infamous learning lab opened up during Thursday’s lunch, announcing its grand opening arriving very soon. The store is excited to be opening back up to the student body, allowing staff...

Dear Freshman, We Have Some Advice for You

Dear Freshman, We Have Some Advice for You

Lexi Eck, Staff Reporter
May 9, 2022

The transition into high school from middle school is an awkward and scary time for teenagers going through it.  They wonder if they’ll be able to find all of their classes on the first day, or have...

The Weston building is currently the main base for online learning.

Different Learning Options

Mia Guertin, Staff Reporter
February 18, 2021

It’s officially the second semester and the Arlington School District has adapted in many ways, especially when it comes to the different plans for learning and our learning options. Most students are...

Requesting Classes for 2021-22

Mia Guertin, Staff Reporter
February 18, 2021

It’s that time Arlington High School students register for next year's classes and plan out the rest of your 4-year plan.  School Director Brian Long explained My school data and the process for...

Hailey Brossard shows the materials students will be using during the PSAT Test.

Keep Soaring Juniors

Hailey Brossard, Editorial Board
January 27, 2021

It’s that time of year! Juniors start getting ready for their after high school plans. Many things have been drastically changed during these times, but the PSAT is still going on. The PSAT is a standardized...

Jayla Nelson proudly holds up the artwork designed by senior Ellie Kikuchi for the MLK assembly. We asked students to create artwork for the assembly and all the pieces turned out amazing, Teagan Sutherland commented.

Arlington High School Diversity Council

Aubrey Engels, Writer
January 30, 2020

Despite its small-town feel, Arlington is only continuing to expand as Seattle populations continue to migrate north. However as the community continues to increase in population, so has racial diversity....

Signs showing the different character traits for each month.

Character Dare

Elizabeth Miller, Writer
November 13, 2019

To begin with having character at school affect’s student life by giving them the challenge to do something that they would never do, making an impact on other people's, giving themselves to spread more...

Tessa Keeney (12) poses with a picture of her dream college.

College Application Stress

Aubrey Engels, Writer
November 13, 2019

As the seasons begins to change from fall into winter, a season is also begin for many seniors at AHS: College Application Season. The daunting process of writing college essays, requesting letters of...

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