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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

Juniors and Seniors

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...

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...

The senior section cheers on the varsity football team at the first home game of the year

Senior Year Soaring By

Jasmine Knowles, Reporter/Photographer December 7, 2017

Just like that, another section of life is passing by. For seniors, it’s either a good or a bad thing that the last three years have flown by so fast. Many want to escape their familiar walls and travel...

A venn diagram of the similarities and differences of Universities, Colleges, and Community Colleges.

Applying and Touring a College

Jared Swislow, Staff Reporter/Photographer November 7, 2017
This article will explain getting into a college, all the way from picking one, to getting an acceptance letter.
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.

Dear Class of 2018

Emme Calvert June 9, 2017

Dear Class of 2018,   As the Class of 2017 finishes our four year journey, we look to you, class of 2018, to take leadership of AHS. After a short 3 month summer, you’re about to start your...

Move over Cinderella, Duct Tape is taking over the ball

Sasha Richart, Reporter/Photographer May 17, 2017

If you attended this year’s prom, you may have seen Lauren Nelson, a senior, wearing a dress made entirely of duct tape. This albeit strange dress, served more of a purpose than just covering up though....

College Is the Goal. The Problem? Making the Right Choice.

College Is the Goal. The Problem? Making the Right Choice.

Sadie Collins, Reporter/Photographer May 16, 2017

College choices are due soon. So how do you choose the best fit for you, how to accomplish that, and how to handle the rejection letter.   When applying, you must ask yourself if you want to stay in...

Say Goodbye to Senioritis

Say Goodbye to Senioritis

Madeline Roller, Photo Editor March 17, 2017

All the sudden, starting homework becomes a struggle and sleep schedules are skewed. The motivated student you knew yourself to be, is now sat in front of a screen binge watching netflix. Senioritis. A...

A huge crowd packed the library as presenters walked through the application process.

Miss Dollars For Scholars Information Night? No Worries.

Sasha Richart, Reporter/Photographer February 16, 2017

This last Thursday the ninth, the Dollars for Scholars program hosted an information night in the AHS library to help ensure every student had equal opportunity to find success in their scholarship search....

Tyler Ivester (18) does his best impression of Galileo, intently scanning the commons for bodies of life.

‘Scoping out the Options

Nicholas Mendro, Reporter/ Photographer January 6, 2017

Senior year can be tricky for many reasons: college applications, scholarship pressure, quests for job positions, and, of course, choosing a science class. Fortunately, for many students in the position...

Minds are ARacin

Minds are A’Racin’

Nicholas Mendro, Sports Editor November 29, 2016

It was another successful year for the mousetrap cars in the physics classroom, an installment notorious across the halls of Arlington High School, specifically in the lower D-Wing. Despite Physics being...

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