The AHS Eagle

Moving Up . . .

Hazel Nickel, Staff Reporter
June 17, 2022

On June 14, Arlington High School had the last assembly of the year, our Moving Up Assembly. Along with saying goodbye to seniors, there was also a moving up event where the current freshman, sophomore,...

Nature in Arlington

Sera Sabol, Editorial Board
June 1, 2022

As summer approaches, here are some of the best outdoor activities and locations in and around Arlington! Geocaching! All around downtown Arlington and the surrounding area are small treasures...

Upcoming Senior Events

Upcoming Senior Events

May 12, 2022

As the end of the school year quickly approaches us at Arlington, the time has finally come for seniors to wrap up their time in high school.  With that, comes all the fun events for students to make...

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...

A picture of the updated Autism Awareness poster at AHS, following criticism of its portrayal of harmful symbols such as the puzzle piece, as well as containing misinformation.

What It’s Like to be Autistic in the Public School System

RJ Stevenson, Editorial Board
May 9, 2022

Autism, for as well known as it is, is sort of an elusive subject in the minds of the general population. Not many people are educated on it, and even more are grossly misinformed. Overall, our world is...

Pine Osborne (left) and Jessica Slavick stand donning the flags of their respective gender identities. Osborne is pictured with the non-binary flag, and Slavick with the transgender flag.

Who I Want To Be

RJ Stevenson, Editorial Board
February 10, 2022

  Important terminology for understanding this article:   Cisgender - an identity that correlates to one’s assigned gender at birth Gender-queer - an identity that isn't cisgender,...

Winter Sports Outside of School

Winter Sports Outside of School

Madison Moore, Staff Reporter
February 8, 2022

December is the start of winter sports, and two popular sports are skiing and snowboarding. Students may find these activities as a good opportunity to spend time with family or friends, and experience...

This was of a student getting an exposure warning on their phone.

Covid in Arlington High School

Madison Moore
February 8, 2022

Covid has affected everyone these past few years, and it has struck again. Many have noticed the growth of missing kids as more and more students stay home sick, and with the new version of covid many...

Yearbooks on sale NOW!!!!!

Yearbooks on sale NOW!!!!!

January 19, 2022

Arlington High School yearbooks are on sale NOW until January 31. $65 will get you our 312 page history of the 21-22 school year. Buy online or at the ASB window NOW!!!

The stage in BPAC.

“All in The Timing” by David Ives, Inside Look

Declan Oberg, Staff Reporter
December 15, 2021

Live performances are back here at AHS and to kick it off we are starting with “All In The Timing” by David Ives (a collection of five short plays). November The 5th  at 7 pm will be the first time...

Maggie MIrante

73 Questions with The AHS Eagle – Maggie Mirante

Lexi Eck, Staff Reporter
December 13, 2021

Maggie Mirante is a senior at AHS and is involved with the performing arts.  Get to know her with me as I ask 73 questions about herself.   Question 1: What animal would you be reincarnated...

The Stillaguamish River,  Arlington, after several days of heavy rain.

Growing Up With Climate Change

RJ Stevenson, Editorial Board
December 8, 2021

As we enter the rainy season, many of us in the Pacific Northwest expect to experience increased rain and windstorms. As of 5 pm, on November 29th, 2021, the National Weather Service has issued a notification...

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