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Aubrey Engels

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Jayla Nelson proudly holds up the artwork designed by senior Ellie Kikuchi for the MLK assembly. We asked students to create artwork for the assembly and all the pieces turned out amazing, Teagan Sutherland commented.

Arlington High School Diversity Council

January 30, 2020

Despite its small-town feel, Arlington is only continuing to expand as Seattle populations continue to migrate north. However as the community continues to increase in population, so has racial diversity....

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

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...

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

Travel Opportunities

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...

The Head of the Charles took place this year October 19th and 20th. This course is known for its difficulty because it spans three miles and includes a total of six bridges. To complete the course one must begin at the Boston University Boathouse and end a little before Heter park. According to rowers, the  Eliot and Weeks bridge are the most challenging because their sharp turns are hot spots for collisions.

[Photo] Head of the Charles River 2019

November 18, 2019

The Head of the Charles took place this year October 19th and 20th. This course is known for its difficulty because it spans three miles and includes a total of six bridges. To complete the course one...

Tessa Keeney (12) poses with a picture of her dream college.

College Application Stress

November 13, 2019

As the seasons begins to change from fall into winter, a season is also begin for many seniors at AHS: College Application Season. The daunting process of writing college essays, requesting letters of...

Nanna Myers (12) shows off her popular Tik Tok account. Myers said Tik Tok is definitely my favorite app.

Tik Tok: The New Influential App

October 25, 2019

It holds the spot for the number one most downloaded app off the Appleā€™s App Store in 2019, and has acquired 500 million active users in the past year according to Dataportal. It is safe to say that...

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