• May 5Graduation is on June 5 in the Stadium. Rain date is June 6.
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The Revolution

Above is a timeline for decision making of the creation of virtual school

Albemarle County Virtual School Preview

Riley Showker, Staff Reporter June 14, 2021

For the first time in Albemarle County, a fully virtual school will be offered for the 2021-2022 school year, and it will be significantly different from the virtual experience of the year that’s coming...

Arthur (Soren Corbett) rallies the underdogs of Wonderland High to

AHS Players Spring into Wonderland High

Dijion Harris, Staff Reporter May 26, 2021

Fans of Alice, the Mad Hatter’s tea party and the Queen of Hearts will have fun recognizing familiar faces and characters in the AHS Players’ production of Wonderland High. The play takes place...

Seniors Aditi Prakash and Rimi Kaur pose at home with some of the STEM kits that they made for local children. Prikash got the idea from attending the MESA BRIDGE camp that Emily Couric Scholarship winner and AHS alum Ayoade Balogun ('17) created.

Senior Snags Top Scholarship

Malachi Keys, Staff Reporter May 18, 2021

Senior Aditi Prakash has been awarded the prestigious Emily Couric Leadership Scholarship for her work with creating STEM kits for younger students during the COVID quarantine period. Each high school...

Not Quite Prom, Senior Celebration

Not Quite Prom, Senior Celebration

Amy Wang, Staff Reporter May 13, 2021

Seniors will have a chance to go back to normal for a night at the Not Quite Prom, Senior Celebration on Saturday, May 22.  While a traditional Prom can’t take place this year, this celebration will...

Keeping a dedicated workspace can help give students more of a work/life balance.

Virtually Healthy

Kaitlyn Bitrick, Staff Reporter May 5, 2021

Students have been seeking ways to improve their mental health during virtual learning in various ways. However, it’s not easy for every student staying virtual at AHS. Quarantine has forced students...

English teacher Alyssa Hamlett and junior Briseda Sotelo go over an essay during asynchronous class time. Hybrid students were able to get one-on-one help from their teachers in person.

Bridging the Gap

Amy Ballif, Staff Reporter April 20, 2021

After schools abruptly shut down in March of 2020, we are slowly starting to see the buds of new growth peeking through as more students and staff return to the building. In a typical year, students...

From Bella to Beatrice

From Bella to Beatrice

Eavan Driscoll, Staff Reporter April 19, 2021

Senior Bella Hersman conquered the stage when she qualified for Nationals in the English Speaking Union’s 101st annual Shakespeare competition. The competition requires high school students to memorize...

Myth vs. Fact - COVID-19 Vaccine

Myth vs. Fact – COVID-19 Vaccine

Anya Rothman, Staff Reporter March 30, 2021

With more people becoming eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine, a lot of myths have been circulating that need to be cleared up. To combat this, let’s  examine six of the most common myths and explain...

When Will Teens Get the Vaccine?

When Will Teens Get the Vaccine?

Anya Rothman, Staff Reporter March 18, 2021

Updated on April 15, 2021 As more Covid-19 vaccines are becoming available, if you are 16 or older, you are eligible for the vaccine, and, if you are under 16, you may be able to get vaccinated soon. Currently,...

First Day Jitters: Students Cautiously Optimistic About Return to School

First Day Jitters: Students Cautiously Optimistic About Return to School

Amy Ballif, Staff Reporter March 14, 2021

Finally the moment we’ve been anxiously awaiting is approaching; the day the endless sea of black boxes and blank faces on the other side of the screen washes away. On March 15, students who selected...

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