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Working Together: A Brief Look Inside the Peer Tutoring Center

Working Together: A Brief Look Inside the Peer Tutoring Center

Josh Ewing, Staff reporter

February 13, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

While it started out as a writing center, the Peer Tutoring Center has evolved into a fully-fledged program with over a hundred members. The Peer Tutoring Center, located in room 88, is a place to go if you need help studying, completing your homework, working on an assignment, or anything in bet...

Scooter Start-Ups

Scooter Start-Ups

January 28, 2019


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If you’ve been driving around downtown as of late, you may have noticed a smattering of green scooters and bikes on sidewalks. Stick around long enough, and you’ll probably spot someone zipping around on one. This new sight is attributed to the California-based company Lime, who brought in 200...

Patriot Period Activities for Jan 28 – Feb 1

Josh Ewing, Staff reporter

January 28, 2019


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Tuesday Trashketball: a fun spin off of regular basketball, but played with a paper ball. Look up Houck, Lauren E 123. Wednesday Culinary Arts Discussion: Chef Poindexter is hosting a session to talk about culinary arts, saying, “Interested in learning more about field of Culinary Arts, but ...

Midterm Election 2018

Brian Tewles, Staff Writer

November 6, 2018


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U.S. Senate Race Tim Kaine Party Democrat Republican Funding $21.7 million $2 million Previous Experience in Politics VA Governor 2006-2010 DNC Chair 2009-2011 VA Senator 2012-present Prince William County BOS Chairman 2006-present Stance on Statues Thinks we ...

The Alexander Technique

The Alexander Technique

October 19, 2018


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Newbery Award-winning author Kwame Alexander spoke to a packed auditorium on Oct.5 as part of his tour for his new novel, Swing.

Senior Duo Wins National Robotics Competition

Senior Duo Wins National Robotics Competition

Katie Sue Campbell, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Video

While most of us were lounging by the pool this summer, seniors Henry Forsyth and Jesse Du were coding a robot that can write the alphabet. Forsyth and Du entered Wonder workshops “Summer ABC challenge” competition, and won. Wonder Workshop is a company that designs robots for kids. Their goal ...

Author Kwame Alexander to Visit Friday

Author Kwame Alexander to Visit Friday

Danny Park, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2018


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Kwame Alexander, best selling American author and winner of the John Newbery Medal, will be visiting Albemarle High School this Friday, Oct. 5 during C block. “He is essentially a celebrity of the literary world,” librarian Erica Thorsen said. As a speaker and an educator as well as an auth...

Oh the places you’ll go…

June 6, 2018


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A Abdullah, Amenah           PVCC Abplanalp, Nick   GMU Aju, Beniam         JMU / Working at Whole Foods Al Kaisi, Fahad                Radford Allen, KaySean               Ferrum College Alsahrawi, Ali      GMU Alston, Landon ...

Can’t make tonight’s game?

Can’t make tonight’s game?

Miles Waterbury, Staff Reporter

January 12, 2018


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WPAT News is live-streaming a commentary on the Albemarle vs Charlottesville High School basketball game tonight. Seniors Jonathan Danilich, Jake Elliott, and Grayson Heflin will be commentating. “It’s something that’s never been done before,” Danilich said. “The idea was always there but t...

College Week Offers Opportunities for Help, Exploration

Rebecca Giesecke, Revolution Correspondent

November 13, 2017


Filed under News, Schools

Albemarle High School is hosting a College Week from Nov. 13-17, providing workshops, information sessions, and chances to meet with representatives from a variety of colleges from and around Virginia. This will be the fourth college week AHS has conducted and is open to all grade levels throughout...

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