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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

Ms. Turner helps run the DECA store with Ms. Rust-Matter. She is working with junior Lily Pedevilla-Bedford before school.

DECA Store Opens After a lot of Training

Emerie Miles, Staff Reporter
November 6, 2023

The DECA store opened a month after school started after the students had fully gained the skills in order to open the store without problems.  “My students have a lot of training, that’s why we...

Football practice on September 21. Sports are just one way to be involved at the high school.

Involvement Around School has Many Benefits

Elena Twitchell, Staff Reporter
September 28, 2023

If you're thinking about joining a sport or club, first consider this. Being involved in a club or on a team has numerous benefits that will contribute to your character and your overall well being.  Jacob...

Flight at the Fullerton College Jazz Festival

Flights Journey to Place Second

Jessica Henry
April 28, 2023

Our Arlington High School Flight team participated at Fullerton College Jazz Festival in Fullerton California on April 21st, 2023. They sang their hearts out while they competed and came out with a second...

Flight Christmas Show

Flight Christmas Show

Mia Guertin, Editorial Board
December 8, 2022

The holidays are just around the corner and a great way to get into a festive mood is going to see “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: A Christmas Spectacular”, presented by Arlington High School's choir...

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...

An image of the students shopping at the student store during lunch. Taken 12/14/2021.

A Grand Reopening

Sera Sabol, Editorial Board
December 17, 2021

The AHS student store opened in November for the first time in over a year. The store is located in the commons near the entrance to the C-wing. It is open for students to purchase drinks and merchandise.  Students...

Key Club is holding a Sports Drive to benefit the Boys & Girls Club.

Sports Drive Continues Beyond Kindness Week

Mia Guertin, Staff Reporter
May 8, 2021

May 3 was the kick off for the sports drive! Through May 14 students are encouraged to drop off lightly used sports gear and equipment. Key Club is behind this idea to give back to the community and 100%...

Taxi! is an improv game the Drama Club played during their first in person meeting on Wednesday, April 14.

Extracurricular Activities with Hybrid

Mia Guertin, Staff Reporter
April 15, 2021

With the hybrid schedule launch and first week out of the way Arlington High School students are finding ways to gather and that includes extracurricular activities and clubs starting to meet in person...

what kind of work they do and what it looks like.

Robotics Competition

Elizabeth Miller
January 31, 2020

Robotics is a club that happens after school and what they get to do is design a robot that you can drive around, do tricks. get to name, travel to schools to show it off, compete and all sorts of other...

New ASB president, Heather Broyles, and Treasurer Paige Richards pose together, excited for the next year. Im excited to help out with activities and go to leadership camp this summer! Richards commented.

Incoming ASB Officers

Aubrey Engels, Writer
January 30, 2020

As the first semester begins to wrap up for AHS students, so does the 2019-2020 ASB term for the six seniors officers. For the past year Maggie Delany, Anne Fernandez, Jake Hurst, Brooklyn Lamie, Pearl...

You need a yearbook, and this is why.

Taylor Zodrow, Reporter
January 27, 2020

Imagine you invite all your friends over from high school 13 years from now.  You already ate the really nice dinner you cooked for them and somehow you’re already on the last bottle of wine you bought...

Senior Carina Ableman and others pose for a picture on a French street. Ableman said, walking down the street was so beautiful

Travel Opportunities

Aubrey Engels, Writer
January 23, 2020

Growing up in a town like Arlington can make people feel like they live in a bubble. As students get older many will long to go experience the world outside this small town we live in. Luckily at AHS students...

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