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Michaela Krogen

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer and Photographer

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National Honor Society Induction

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer
May 15, 2015

As the school year winds down, National Honor Society (NHS) plans on gathering to celebrate both the veteran and the new members of the organization. On May 26th, the induction and deduction assembly...

In the middle of Red Square at the University of Washington sit the inspirational posters sharing their motto of Be Boundless.

Looking Forward

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer
April 20, 2015

Spring has sprung, the sun is making more frequent appearances, and the school year is already drawing to a close. Some classes are already finished with their coursework, preparing for AP tests, and even...

Hannah Miller 18 works on one of English 9s weekly vocabulary tests in Mr. Hursts class.

Freshmanheit 451

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer
March 19, 2015

The ninth grade English classes are in the midst of reading Fahrenheit 451 and have an interesting project on their hands: Fahrenheit 451 is a novel about a future dystopian society where books are...

Morgan Landre 16, a French III student, presents information at a French club meeting.

French III For Good

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer and Photographer
March 19, 2015

Madame Taylor and her French III class are working together to create a better world. The well known assistant to the French department and former teacher Madame Weingarten has brought this assignment...

Zeke Basher ’18 and Hannah Jensen ’17 perform a duet version of “Somewhere Only We Know” for the Flight Cabaret.

An Evening With the Stars

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer
February 26, 2015

Arlington High School’s elite choir, Flight, put on an amazing show over Valentine’s Day weekend. They worked for months to put together a beautiful show in a stunning setting and they did just that. The...

Olive Walton ‘17 and Daisy Rosenbach ’17 work diligently in Mr. Sandstrom’s class on the opening statements for their mock debates.

Tis’ the Season for Debates

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer and Photographer
February 24, 2015

As spring draws near for the sophomores, so do debates. The debate unit is covered in every sophomore English class and is always something to look forward to. Mr. Sandstrom has been going through the...

Missi Christoferson (9) uses Google Classroom for the first time in Ms. Smithsons class on February 5th.

A New Approach

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer and Photographer
February 6, 2015

English teachers are looking at a new and more efficient way of distributing and collecting students assignments. Ms. Smithson and some other underclassmen English teachers have decided to implement Google...

Michaela Krogen 15, Morgan Van Laar 17, Mackenzie Massey
17, and Haley Gonzales 15 gather as proud 12s on Sunday February
1st to watch the Seahawks take on the Patriots in the Superbowl after
a week of spreading the word on the #12s4good movement.

12’s 4 Good

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer
February 2, 2015

In a world ridden with cliques, labels, bullying, and lack of respect for one another, a movement has been set up to promote teens doing random acts of kindness. The movement is called “12’s 4 Good”...

Senior Jennifer McDonald and her father visited her top choice school, the University of Minnesota, in November. She wants to go there to gain a sense of independence away from home and to enjoy the snow.

Oh the Places You’ll Go

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer
January 21, 2015

As graduation draws nearer, seniors jump through the final hoops of high school, each one with an individual plan pushing them to finish strong. Seniors make the tough decision between the many post high...

To Love Somebody

To Love Somebody

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer
December 17, 2014

Members of ABS and Leadership have been working diligently behind the scenes to create some ideas for this years lipdub. The classes collected ideas from the student body and then narrowed it down to four...

Audrey Frolich (’15), Haley Gonzales (’15), Morgan VanLaar (’17), Madison Ward (’16), Ally Peterson (’17), and Audrey Randles (’16) celebrate a great kill by Randles during their game vs. Edmonds Woodway on Tuesday. Audrey Frolich (’15), Haley Gonzales (’15), Morgan VanLaar (’17), Madison Ward (’16), Ally Peterson (’17), and Audrey Randles (’16) celebrate a great kill by Randles during their game vs. Edmonds Woodway on Tuesday.

Won’t Be Forgotten

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer
November 13, 2014

Although volleyball lost at the district tournament this week, they have given Arlington Volleyball a name to be feared in the future. The week started off on Tuesday Nov. 4th with a game against Edmonds-Woodway....

Freshman Gia Tift takes a vocabulary test in Mr. Hurst’s English class. They do weekly vocabulary tests with a new Latin or Greek root weekly.

The Easy Way Out

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer and Photographer
November 5, 2014

As is well known by the students here, underclassmen English is full of reading, reading, vocabulary, and more reading. It seems they are never finished with the novels they have to read followed by the...

Morgan Van Laar (10), Michaela Krogen (12), Madison Ward (11), Ally Peterson (10)  and Haley Gonzales (12) celebrate after a kill during the game against Marysville Pilchuck High School Wednesday, October 29.

Volleyball Ends Victorious

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer
October 31, 2014

The final game of the regular season was a good one for AHS volleyball. They came out and won in 4 sets against Marysville Pilchuck. The team started off slowly, starting from behind with MP up 18-13....

Here senior Audrey Frolich gets her hair done for homecoming by senior Michaela Krogen. Their whole group got ready together and all agreed the dance was well put together and a very fun time.

Runnin’ Outta Moonlight

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer
October 24, 2014

On Saturday Oct. 11th, hundreds of AHS students of every age got dressed up and headed to the high school for the annual Homecoming Dance. The day started off with rather questionable weather. When...

Freshman Chase Welton runs the ball against Stanwood during the 2nd quarter of the game on October 15.

The Other Stilly Cup

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer
October 16, 2014

On Wednesday October 15th the freshman football team came out ready to play against the Stanwood Spartans in their own Stilly Cup. Things started off strong when Grant Falk (#40) went in for the first...

Haley Gonzales and Thomas Stretch celebrate their crowning as Homecoming King and Queen. They were voted as royalty by the student body.

Pepination 2014

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer
October 16, 2014

Our 2014 pepination was a huge success thanks to all the fantastic volunteers and classmates who helped put it together. The freshman had the theme "Pumpkin Patch" for their float." They used lots of...

What’s Happening in Underclassmen English

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer and Photographer
October 15, 2014

  The freshmen and sophomores of AHS have been working tirelessly in their various English classes. Currently in English 9, the students are in the middle of a set of specific assessments...

Voices of AHS: Exposed Part 1

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer and Photographer
September 24, 2014

Every weekday at 8:00am sharp, the students at Arlington High School have turned their attention to several bright announcers, but, how many of those students actually know who they are? Well, this...

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