• June 10Summer School begins June 15
  • June 10First Day of School is Aug. 24
  • June 10Yearbooks will arrive in July. Follow our social media for details.

The Revolution

Students Walk Out Over Mask Policy

Anna Zheng, Social Media Editor March 9, 2022

On Tuesday March 1, students walked out of class as a response to the new state law making wearing a mask in school optional. About 80 students walked out into the bus parking lot at 9:30 a.m. with...

The majority of students were still wearing masks on March 1 as they traveled between classes.

Student Reactions Mixed to Mask Policy Changes

Brylee Hall, Staff Reporter March 1, 2022

Face masks for students at school will be optional as of March 1. Governor Youngkin signed  Senate Bill 739 into law on Feb. 16, which gives the option for parents/guardians to decide if their child will...

Students in the breezeway wear their masks during extended transition.

Literally Life or Death

Anna Zheng, Social Media Editor February 28, 2022

“Getting back to normal” is what everyone has been repeating, hearing and hoping for over the past two years. The new mask policy will push our collective hope of “normal” further off into the...

Six feet apart, Xs mark socially-distanced spots in the student section of the bleachers. Patriot fans will need to stay socially distant in order to avoid further regulations.

New Social Distancing Rules Begin for Athletic Events

Eavan Driscoll, Staff Reporter September 3, 2021

The student section at the home football game against William Flemming tonight will look a little different compared to the hordes of fans last week. Patriot fans will need to stand on Xs six feet apart...

Is Charlottesville Opening Up Too Fast?

Shamya Reese, Staff Reporter June 14, 2021

Being stuck at home is dreadful, but staying home until it is certain there are absolutely no cases of COVID should be the priority. Restrictions are annoying, but what would also be annoying is going...

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...

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,...

Six Steps for Keeping Coronavirus at Bay

Six Steps for Keeping Coronavirus at Bay

Anya Rothman, Staff Reporter March 12, 2020

Updated March 18, 2021 From coronavirus to the common cold, sicknesses are in full swing this season. Both students and teachers should know to take steps to prevent becoming sick, be able to determine...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The official news site of Albemarle High School.
COVID-19