• February 7No School: Feb. 18, March 4, & March 18
  • February 7Q3 Club Days: Feb. 11, Feb. 25 & March 25

The Revolution

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...

Sophomore Isabella Sonen (left) poses with the other girls who placed at the regional pentathlon event.

Sonen Targets National Win

Anya Rothman, Staff Reporter May 12, 2021

Sophomore Isabella Sonen has battled her way to qualify for the UIPM 2021 Pentathlon and Laser Run World Championships, a sport that includes running, swimming, fencing, horse-back riding, and shooting...

Warrior to a Patriot: Principal Bonham Takes on a New School

Warrior to a Patriot: Principal Bonham Takes on a New School

Brian Teweles October 24, 2019

  There’s been a new sight around AHS this school year in the form of a defining motto. Visible mainly on the back of teachers’ shirts, Together We’re Better ’is the phrase that new...

Bethany Doan
English 9 H & 12 AA
Running, Reading, Hiking, and Cheer
“I love reading and writing. And helping other people love reading and writing.”

New Teacher Roundup

Landen Stephens and Dijion Harris October 15, 2018

We asked these new teachers 3 questions each about themselves. The questions were: What classes do you teach? What're your hobbies outside of school? Why did you want to become a teacher?

Dropping the beat

Dropping the beat

Jonathan Danilich, Staff Reporter September 7, 2018

Sitting on the couch with reading glasses and a red pen grading papers may seem like a normal Sunday afternoon for an average high school teacher. That’s exactly what English teacher Lori Reaser was...

The Revcast Pilot: A Conversation About Creating

Jesse Case, Managing Editor June 6, 2017

The Revolution has a podcast! Edited and recorded by Jesse Case, the Revcast will feature the students of AHS talking about their lives as artists, athletes, leaders, etc. and will continue throughout...

Interview with Ayoade Balogun: Engineer, Scholar, Philanthropist

Interview with Ayoade Balogun: Engineer, Scholar, Philanthropist

Jesse Case, Managing Editor June 6, 2017

How does it feel to be a senior? It’s pretty crazy and still pretty hard to believe. Especially these last couple of weeks, have just been several days of “lasts”. Just yesterday I had my last...

Rundle, McCoy and Umberger celebrating their most recent release at the Writershouse on February 28th, 2016.

Juniors design and publish award-winning magazine.

Josie Collier, Revolution Correspondent May 23, 2016

Junior Kieran Rundle wanted to be a published author. In the summer of 2014, Rundle received so many rejection letters that she got aggravated. Instead of giving up, she decided to make her own magazine....

A Day with a Cop

A Day with a Cop

Ashley Bond, Managing Editor March 7, 2016

  Ever wondered what it was like to be a police officer? Here’s a sneak peak at a piece of their typical day: 7:40a.m. Police Corporal David C. Wallace escorted me to his police cruiser and...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The official news site of Albemarle High School.