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First Winning season for Baseball

Baseball 2018. Not only did the team get to play with their first ever female teammate, but they also got to experience their first winning season in over a decade. The team managed to create an unforgettable experience with an 11:8 record, achieved through hard work and change. “Everyone wanted to get better and worked hard to get there,” sophomore Angelina Castillo said. The school is …

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Fernanda Guerra

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Events

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    Competing for a Language
    On April 17, 2018, students taking a world language course traveled to the University of Northern Colorado to enter a co
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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
    There is much to look forward to in a school filled with music, sports, and acting. After school starts, the fall play i

Organizations

  • Taking Off the Mask
    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

Sports

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In the Classroom

In the Community

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    Arvada Festival with Culture
    Every year the Arvada Harvest Festival takes place in Olde Town Arvada. It begins with a parade that includes schools fr
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    Following In the Footsteps of Portugal
    The government of Portugal decriminalized drugs in 2001. Instead of treating them like criminals, the law now recognizes
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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

Entertainment

The Watchdog (Opinion)

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