The AHS Eagle

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Within the hallways of the B wing during snowmageddon of last year, the darkness creates fear.

[Photo] fear.

November 18, 2019

Within the hallways of the B wing during "snowmageddon" of last year, the darkness creates fear.

Kirahy Meyers (12) sits eating lunch in his fancy attire.

Student Views on the Dress Code

Josh Hurst, Writer
October 11, 2019

Dress codes across the country are being changed left and right to support this new generation of students.  These younger kids are much different than previous generations due to their political beliefs....

Why I Want More Snow Days

Josh Hurst, Writer/Photographer
March 6, 2019

As the last bit of snow fell this previous weekend, most students were hoping for no more snow days.  I was on the other side of the spectrum. I would rather have more snow days even if it means less...

Finals Follow Up

Josh Hurst, Writer/Photographer
February 15, 2019

“Staying up all night, most nights” is what Will Litton (9) said about how finals affected him.  During the time period of January 23, 24, and 25, many students of AHS had to spend countless hours...

Why Finland is the Best Country

Josh Hurst, Writer/Photographer
February 14, 2019

Finland, located in the northern portion of Europe, might just be the best country in Europe because of its many different tourist destinations and residential benefits.   One of the many tourist destinations...

Poster for Mamma Mia, coming to the BPAC March 1, 2, 8, and 9.

Making Mamma Mia Happen

Josh Hurst, Writer/Photographer
February 8, 2019

There's more to a show than just the performers.  Some people are never seen, but without them the show cannot go on.  These people are part of the crew. Within Mamma Mia, coming to the BPAC March 1,...

Poster for Spider-Man Far From Home

Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer Review

Josh Hurst, Writer/Photographer
January 24, 2019

Coming to theaters July 5, Spider-Man: Far From Home follows Peter Parker while he travels through Europe on a trip with his friends.  If you have not seen the trailer yet, I recommend watching it now...

Freshman in a Majority Upperclassmen Club

Josh Hurst, Writer/Photographer
January 24, 2019

Knowledge Bowl is a trivia based club that requires each of the three teams to compete head to head to get the answer the quickest.  Mr. Mendro puts on the event every Monday after school. Knowledge...

Yellow Vest Movement in Europe

Josh Hurst, Writer/Photographer
January 17, 2019

The Yellow Vests, otherwise known as gilets jaunes, have been lobbying for President Macron to give into their demands.  This French protest has been going on since the 17th of November this previous...

Simon Fuentes, 10th Grade, is creating a wreath for the FFAs club fundraiser.

FFA’s Wreath Fundraiser

Josh Hurst, Writer/Photographer
December 18, 2018

Winter time is here, and everyone is gearing up for their respective holiday.  Although all the winter holidays are different, there's always some traditions that run across them.  One of those traditions...

Andrew Smith (12) singing a solo during the Winter Choir Concert last monday.


Andrew Smith (12) singing a solo during the Winter Choir Concert last monday.

Hailey Pawley (11) throws a frisbee while Sam Schroeder (10) defends.

Ultimate Frisbee Spotlight

Josh Hurst, Photographer/Writer
December 5, 2018

Most of the clubs in the high school are academic.  Whether it be from Knowledge Bowl, to Spanish Club, they’re all academic.  But there are a few that do stick out in the sea of scholastic. Ultimate...

Nick Avdeyev (9) sits at lunch drinking his chocolate milk.

Life Got Flipped, Turned Upside Down

Josh Hurst, Writer/Photographer
October 9, 2018

Some narrowly escaped, but others breezed through it.  Eighth grade was only the beginning for the freshman, now they must face the most difficult part of their schooling career... high school.     “Each...

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