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The Revolution

Fashion and Filosophy with Ben and Marc Preview

Marc Rabourdin, Staff Reporter

February 17, 2016

Preview for the new Lifestyle Web Series with Ben Yung and Marc Rabourdin

Good vs Bad AHS

Good vs Bad AHS

Maddie Stumler and Marc Rabourdin

December 15, 2015

THE GOOD: Walking around in the halls of AHS, I’m always hearing other students complain about things they dislike about the school. I transferred here this year from a very strict school district in Louisville, Kentucky and I want to share all the things I love and that I didn’t have back at my old school. C...

School Lunches: What’s Really in Them?

School Lunches: What’s Really in Them?

Ashley M Bond, Managing Editor

December 15, 2015

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...

Jenna Petty and the Broken Hearts

Jenna Petty and the Broken Hearts

Alex Leslie, Staff Reporter

May 16, 2014

The four freshmen emerge from the band rooms after hearing the bell. The group finished Wednesday’s practice during CHAT with all members present, nothing short of a miracle. Jenna Petty and the Broken Hearts practice Wednesdays and Thursdays during CHAT. The band, consisting of Anthony Hoang, Sam...

Brandon Isaiah Named Albemarle Head Coach

Brandon Isaiah Named Albemarle Head Coach

Alex Leslie, Staff Reporter

April 18, 2014

The renaissance for Albemarle football is now lead  by a renaissance man himself, Brandon Isaiah. Albemarle revealed Isaiah to students and media at a meeting during CHAT on April 17. “I want you to really open your mind to what we can do together,” Isaiah said at his unveiling ceremony. Isaia...

AHS Offers New Fine Arts Pathway

AHS Offers New Fine Arts Pathway

Lee Tyler, Revolution Correspondent

February 27, 2014

Students who are interested in the arts can take an Arts and Letters Pathway (ALP) that begins in August of 2014. The pathway is a concentrated four-year path of study that students can enter at ninth or tenth grade.  It includes taking five classes of a fine art strand, an extracurricular community...

Homecoming: Who’s Got Spirit?

Julia Harrison, Copy Editor

October 10, 2013

The contagious spirit of A-Town and pre-dance jitters begin to infect the student body. SCA revs up and prepares for the chaotic week ahead: the Patriots are coming. Student Council is driven to promote homecoming this year through means of competition, or “Spirit Wars.” Spirit Wars encourages...

AASA takes a trip to Darden Business School

AASA takes a trip to Darden Business School

Julia Harrison, Staff Reporter

February 19, 2013

On Feb. 1, the African American Scholars Alliance took a field trip to Darden Business School at University of Virginia. Ranked as the third best business school in the world, Darden hosted AASA clubs from Monticello, Western, Charlottesville and Albemarle high schools. The curriculum for the day...

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