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Fewer Students Means Fewer Options

Arvada hasn’t always been a small school. The museum in the front lobby is proof enough that this school once flourished and thrived with a student body count in the thousands. In recent years however, Arvada has been suffering from a gradual decline in enrollment and the effects are starting to show.  According to Assistant Principal Molly Jordan, enrollment has been on a decline for about …

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Oriana-Pearl Thomas

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    A New Way to Stay Healthy and Safe
    Next year, a health clinic will be installed in the school to help the Arvada community. This particular clinic is uniqu
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    Recognition for the Unrecognized
    At Arvada, there are four norms that the students should follow: be kind, be respectful, be learning, and be safe. This
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    A Walk Against Violence
    Classes were stopped towards the end of third hour today when students participated in a nationwide walkout protesting g
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    Beyond the Milky Way
    Roger Griffin, the success center leader and his team of student council members have been able to find different themes
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    Students Audition for Spring Musical
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    Behind Tech Week
    Tech Week, also referred to as “Hell Week”,  was a highly stressful time for the cast of Mr. Burns A Post Electric

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    I’ve always been so good at putting on a mask and hiding my feelings. Walking around the halls with a smile pretending
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    Behind Tech Week
    Tech Week, also referred to as “Hell Week”,  was a highly stressful time for the cast of Mr. Burns A Post Electric
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    Empty Bowls in Action
    By selling ceramic bowls made by students and professionals alike, Arvada High School put together the Empty Bowls proje
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    Coming Home, Keeping Watch
    So with the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year and the return of a newspaper to Arvada High School, we, the newspape

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    A New Way to Stay Healthy and Safe
    Next year, a health clinic will be installed in the school to help the Arvada community. This particular clinic is uniqu
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    A Walk Against Violence
    Classes were stopped towards the end of third hour today when students participated in a nationwide walkout protesting g
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    Empty Bowls in Action
    By selling ceramic bowls made by students and professionals alike, Arvada High School put together the Empty Bowls proje
  • After School Incident
    According to an email from Principal Gina Rivas, three young men showed up to the school, possibly armed. Families and s
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    Encouraging Younger Generations
    Continuing the annual tradition of encouraging young students to attend Arvada High, students from Joe Ventola’s AP En
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    Basics of Arvada School Funding
    School funding has become a more pressing issue as of late. It seems as if though smaller schools, such as Arvada, are g

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