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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...

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...

The former Senior Class Officers of 2018

An Inside Look at the New 2018-2019 Class Officers

Johnathon Leon Guerrero, Staff Reporter
June 12, 2018

As the 2018 school year draws to a close, it's time to start looking toward what lies ahead in 2019. Recently announced were the new class officer lists for the upcoming school year. Congratulations to...

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 slide before the anticipation on the winners of the senior class king and queen.

Hometown Royalty 2017

Hannah Balcos, staff reporter & photographer
October 16, 2017

It's that time of year again when everyone is talking about the first major dance at Arlington High School… homecoming. With this year's theme of "Around the World in One Night" hosted by DECA, the leadership...

Senior Hannah Balcos was tasked with the job of carrying the music down the LipDub route.

AHS Takes Over Olympic Avenue

Jasmine Knowles, Staff Reporter and Photographer
October 14, 2017

Thursday, October 5 Arlington High School's students and staff flooded the streets of their town to show their school spirit and participate in the 2017 lip dub. In the past, AHS has competed in lip dub...

Brianna Whitley (17) and Kirsten Marsh (17) joke around while planning for the Respect Teams year.

Helping Holiday Hands

Payton Knudson, Writer / Reporter
December 19, 2016

Tis’ the season of giving. Giving gifts to friends, family, and teachers. But what about going above and beyond and giving to a complete stranger? Not just any stranger, but families in our community...

Pictured above is the toy drive poster pinned up in the AHS commons.  The Respect Club organized the book and toy drives to spread the giving spirit.

Options at AHS Open for Student Givers

Emma Janousek, Staff Writer
December 17, 2015

This holiday season, Arlington High School has presented multiple opportunities for students to give to others.  During this time of year, nearly everyone is focused on planning gifts for loved ones,...

NERD OUT on Dec 16 in the Commons.

AHS To Host Another “Nerd Out”

George Spady, ASB Activities Manager
December 11, 2015

ASB will host Nerd Out on Wednesday, December 16 from 2:30-4:00. This is an event with three gaming consoles (Wii, X-box 360 and PlayStation2). Students are invited to play different games as well as to...

AHS Leadership Announces Food Drive

AHS Leadership Announces Food Drive

Emma Janousek, Staff Writer
October 30, 2015

AHS Leadership has disclosed the details for this year's food drive.  It is to be held next week November 2nd through the 12th.  All of the proceeds will be going to the food bank here in Arlington. Outside...

The plate tree in the commons is used to raise awareness against bullying. The tree represents the struggles students are going through and raises awareness that they aren’t alone.

What’s on Your Plate?

Tessa Jaynes
April 20, 2015

Walking out into the commons, some people may notice a tree with a lot of plates on the wall close to the C Wing. Many students do not understand why the school has a plate tree in the commons and what...

AHS Leadership has created a poster symbolizing a memorable line from the movie Guardians Of the Galaxy.

Guardians of AHS

Gage Baker, Staff Writer & Photographer
March 17, 2015

For the fourth time, Arlington High School is participating in the Lip Dub directed by Mr. Ballew and Mr. Heinz. A Lip Dub is a recording of an environment with people lip-syncing to certain music. This...

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