The AHS Eagle

Signs showing the different character traits for each month.

Character Dare

November 13, 2019

College Application Stress

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

Aubrey Engels, Writer

November 13, 2019

Parent Conferences

Alexia Price, Staff Reporter/Photographer

November 6, 2019

It’s that time of year again. Faculty loves them, students dread them. Parent conferences. What exactly are they though?  “It’s an arena style type of conference. Teachers sit at tables in the commons or in their class...

Isaiah Cooper(10) grabs materials to prepare for his biology lab in Mr.Weber's fifth period.


March 15, 2019

Finals Follow Up

Josh Hurst, Writer/Photographer

February 15, 2019

“Staying up all night, most nights” is what Will Litton (9) said about how finals affected him.  During the time period of January 23, 24, and 25, many students of AHS had to spend countless hours studying for a test that ...

Freshman in a Majority Upperclassmen Club

Josh Hurst, Writer/Photographer

January 24, 2019

Knowledge Bowl is a trivia based club that requires each of the three teams to compete head to head to get the answer the quickest.  Mr. Mendro puts on the event every Monday after school. Knowledge Bowl happens to be skewed to one s...

Gear Up For Finals

Delaney Barson, Staff Reporter

January 24, 2019

Finals, the two times a year where teachers give us tests to see how much we learned in the first half and the end of the year. This can tend to cause a panic amongst students.   Some finals are longer than others, but...

Katheryn Stevenson ('12) works on an article assignment for College Writing. She's in Mrs. Smithson's only fifth period College Writing class.

No More AP Lit

October 11, 2018

Symphonic band is one of the largest classes on campus. Even at 67 students in the same class, it is still smaller than the last two years. Those were 77 and 74.

The Growth of the School

October 10, 2018

Not to long until you'll be picking up one of these.


May 2, 2018