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A Cappella Group (Re)mixes It Up

A Cappella Group (Re)mixes It Up

Alex Joncas and Eliza MacKnight

February 11, 2016


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The UVA a cappella group, Remix, performed in the AHS media center Wednesday during CHAT as part of the celebration of Black History Month. They performed three songs, including Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen,” as part of the events happening all throughout February.  “I think it’s a gr...

Black History Month Gears Up with New Events and Contests

Black History Month Gears Up with New Events and Contests

Alex Leslie, Editor-in-Chief

February 3, 2016


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Students and teachers will be able to participate in Black History celebrations during the entire month of February this year. History teacher Ben Allen and a committee of teachers established a schedule of activities, events and competitions to engage students in the history of African-Americans. ...

Invisible Man Gets Good Reviews

Invisible Man Gets Good Reviews

Josie Collier, Revolution Correspondent

December 15, 2015


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The AHS Players performed their show Invisible Man on Nov.20 and 21. The play, by John Wells, is about a homeless man who is mute, played by sophomore Kevin Cox. The story takes place in a subway as different types of people walk by the homeless man. He sees many things occur and tries his best to hel...

School Lunches: What’s Really in Them?

School Lunches: What’s Really in Them?

Ashley M Bond, Managing Editor

December 15, 2015


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Despite what you may have heard, the beef in the taco bar is not made of people or horses or cats; it's actually turkey. Freshman John Barber buys the school lunch regularly, “I love school lunch, it tastes good.” Barber has been eating the school lunch since he can remember, and the nutritiona...

The Students of Boys’ and Girls’ State Create a Government from the Ground Up

The Students of Boys’ and Girls’ State Create a Government from the Ground Up

Alex Leslie, Editor-in-Chief

November 4, 2015


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Summer camps consist of campfires, s’mores, and hotdogs. Meanwhile Boys’ and Girls’ State are making legislation, discussing governmental processes, and voting on bills all in an effort to further understand Virginia’s government. Students at Boys’ and Girls’ State develop their own cities ...

School Board decides NOT to redistrict

School Board decides NOT to redistrict

Jake Elliott, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2015


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Albemarle is 149 students over capacity, according to current enrollment numbers and the Redistricting Advisory Committee.   At the current projected rate of growth, the school would be 200 students over capacity by the time the current freshmen are seniors. Therefore, the County is look...

Club List 2015-2016

Club List 2015-2016

Alex Leslie, Editor-in-Chief

August 30, 2015


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One-to-One Program Set to Expand Next Year

One-to-One Program Set to Expand Next Year

Alex Leslie, Editor-in-Chief

June 11, 2015


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“Being able to proficiently navigate in the digital world is every bit as important today as in the physical world,” Chief Information Officer of Albemarle County Public Schools Vincent Scheivert said. ACPS implemented a One-to-One program this year for current freshmen. This program provided...

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