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The Revolution

Tyson is shocked when she walks into the small gym for her surprise signing celebration. Athletes formed a tunnel for her to walk through as the drum line beat by the bleachers.

Lasting Legacy

Eavan Driscoll, Social Media Editor June 9, 2022

Patriot Athletes dread the looming retirement of 31-year Athletic Director Deb Tyson at the end of the month. Tyson started at AHS in 1990 and became Athletic Director in 1991. Prior to that, she worked...

Juniors Madeline Colavincenzo, Emma Niehaus and Marissa Trader have started a Student Mental Health club to de-stigmatize mental health concerns.

Mission For Mental Health

Emma Morris, Staff Reporter June 9, 2022

Anxiety and depression have become a major part of the everyday lives of teens. According to new CDC data, more than a third (37%) of high school students reported they experienced poor mental health during...

Chef Poindexter supervises some Culinary Arts students as they organize the catering for a reception at Burley Middle School on April 16.

Easy as Pie

Brylee Hall, Staff Reporter June 9, 2022

This year’s Golden Apple award recipient from AHS is culinary arts teacher Chef Malik Poindexter, AHS culinary arts teacher. “I was in shock when I found out I won the Golden Apple award. I read...

Music for the Masses

Music for the Masses

Anna Zheng, Social Media Editor June 7, 2022

Senior Renae George’s lush, melodic voice filled a Charlottesville basement as she wrote, recorded and produced an EP, Beauty for Ashes. George started singing for fun from a young age, nurturing...

Senior Kat Ravichandran performs at the state Poetry Out Loud competition on Friday, March 10 in Richmond. The competition was recorded at VPN Studios.

Living Out Loud

Kayla McQuilkin, Staff Reporter May 24, 2022

Genuine. Selfless. Uplifting. Dedicated. Extraordinary. These are all words that both students and teachers use to describe senior Katarina Ravichandran.  “Kat is very charismatic, incredibly witty,...

Senior Ginny Bruno rests in her UVA hospital bed before surgery on her brain tumor. Bruno discovered in January that she had a tumor that had been growing for 10 years.

Ginny Bruno’s “BooBoo”

Eavan Driscoll, Social Media Editor May 17, 2022

  Chapter 1................How It All Began Chapter 2.................Serious Surgery Chapter 3............. Road To Recovery Chapter 4.................... Home At Last Chapter 5.......Students...

Make A Change: Crafting A Better Future

Make A Change: Crafting A Better Future

Kaitlyn Bitrick, Staff Reporter April 26, 2022

With the first few steps into room 213, members and new faces are immediately greeted and welcomed into the club. Students huddle around projects, making casual conversation and problem-solving as a team....

Celebrating International Womens Day

Celebrating International Women’s Day

Kaitlyn Bitrick, Staff Reporter March 8, 2022

International Women's Day encourages people to take the time to acknowledge women who have fought for women's rights and experienced repercussions to ensure the equity of future generations and those still...

UNICEF members posing with president Annie Brown in front of an SPCA drive poster.

Unified In UNICEF

Kaitlyn Bitrick, Staff Reporter March 1, 2022

“One thing I love about our club is how we are fully driven by the passion of our members,” AHS UNICEF club president junior Annie Brown said. The United Nations International Children's Emergency...

Freshman Sadaf Ashrat and  Junior Jazil Choudhry together in the upstairs hallway after Winter Break.

Afghanistan To Albemarle

Eavan Driscoll, Staff Reporter February 1, 2022

Since opening in Charlottesville in 1998, the local International Rescue Committee (IRC) office has resettled 1,444 people from Afghanistan. However, over the past 23 years, the Charlottesville IRC has...

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