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English Classes Delving Into Projects

March 20, 2019 3:29pm | Maya Fuentes, Journalism Student

Many varying classes and levels are participating in a semester-long book project. While every class has a slightly different project, according to English teacher, Tabitha Lopez, her goal for all of them is the same. “Independent book projects force you to think critically about a […]

Student Takes Action During an Emergency

March 13, 2019 4:56am | Oriana-Pearl Thomas, Davon Hunter-Bell

Some students are academically gifted. They’re extremely smart in the classroom and are able to solve problems at a glance. Others are more athletically gifted students that are recognized champions within the district. However, in junior Tydarrien (TJ) Bostic’s case, he is extraordinary because he saved […]

A New School Design

March 1, 2019 4:47pm | Marco Guerra


New Store and New Support

February 27, 2019 4:47pm | Cole Stephenson, Journalism Student

STUCO is having a clothing fundraiser for students to buy Arvada High gear. The fundraiser is happening until next Monday night, March 4th. The gear ranges in price anywhere from $18.00 to $45.00 and has a variety of sweaters, shirts, and jackets. They also have […]

AP Summer Reading Assignment

February 26, 2019 5:00pm | Alex Diaz, Journalism Student

  Students who plan on taking Advanced Placement United States History (APUSH) next semester have the opportunity to do half of a summer assignment which is also their first test-grade for the APUSH class. Students looking forward to take Ryan Ogi’s class, will get to […]

Amanda Stillman on Center Stage

January 27, 2019 6:06am | Oriana-Pearl Thomas

Winter guard is often times considered a Sport of the Arts because it requires the team to dance and perform, in varying levels of difficulty, with equipment in their hands. A guard is often run through a middle or high school program, however as a […]