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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

Freshmen and Sophomores

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...

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...

Looking for New Electives for Second Semester?

Looking for New Electives for Second Semester?

Katie Smith, Writer & Photographer January 31, 2018

Leadership is an excellent class if you are interested in bettering yourself, helping those around you, and learning about yourself and your classmates. In class, you learn things like being a leader and...

In order for sophomores to get parking passes, they have to fill out on of these papers located at the attendance window.

No Parking Passes for Sophomores

Alexia Price, Staff Reporter/Photographer December 7, 2017

This year, the office has declined sophomores parking passes, unless you sign up for one and get chosen. Even then you have to wait on a long list to get one when there’s an opening or just wait until...

Chance Pearston (20) advises that freshmen do your homework, itll help in the long run.

Advice for Freshmen

Sadie Collins, Reporter/Photographer September 29, 2017

Be true and be you Don’t let the crowd or your peers shape you into someone you’re not. Be true to yourself and do not hide your personality, you’ll be happier and more successful if you do. “Don’t...

Start Running with Free Tuition!

Start Running with Free Tuition!

Jared Swislow, Staff Reporter/Photographer September 28, 2017
With so many options for classes at the high school, many students wonder what the right option is for them. One option is to take the opportunity to earn college credits while in high school.

How to Prepare for Tests

S Collins, Reporter/photographer October 10, 2016

With the new school year finally in full swing, it’s a little hard for students to balance their busy lives and school. Preparing for tests can be taxing. It can feel like there are too many tests to...

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Core 24 Comes To Arlington High School

S Collins, Reporter/photographer September 11, 2016

With the new school year finally here, let’s talk about credits. Specifically, Core 24. Core 24 is a new graduation requirement  where all students must receive 24 credits throughout their High School...

Hannah Miller 18 works on one of English 9s weekly vocabulary tests in Mr. Hursts class.

Freshmanheit 451

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer March 19, 2015

The ninth grade English classes are in the midst of reading Fahrenheit 451 and have an interesting project on their hands: Fahrenheit 451 is a novel about a future dystopian society where books are...

Olive Walton ‘17 and Daisy Rosenbach ’17 work diligently in Mr. Sandstrom’s class on the opening statements for their mock debates.

Tis’ the Season for Debates

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer and Photographer February 24, 2015

As spring draws near for the sophomores, so do debates. The debate unit is covered in every sophomore English class and is always something to look forward to. Mr. Sandstrom has been going through the...

A student goes up to spike the ball while playing volleyball in Net Sports.

Physical Education: A Different Angle

John Yeager, Staff Writer February 13, 2015

At Arlington High School, students are required to pass three semesters of P.E. over the course of their high school career, and half a semester of health, which is usually taken in freshman year. If you...

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