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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 […]

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 […]

STUCO: More Than the Dances

February 26, 2019 5:18pm | Cole Stephenson, Journalism Student

Student Counsel, who are most known for the work they do for all the school dances, host a lot of other things as well. “We do events like rallies, prom fashion show, and much more,” Mark Visel said, who is a science teacher and sponsor for […]

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 […]

Student Council Chooses Neos

February 5, 2019 5:02am | Cole Stephenson

Spirit week is coming up, along with the Student Council’s big upcoming event, the Winter Dance. StuCo claims this dance will be different than all previous dance with the theme of the dance being glow in the dark or Neos. “There will be lights everywhere […]

The 5% Life Saver

February 4, 2019 5:23pm | Alex Diaz

Throughout the semester many students stress the importance of their grade and more specifically, how to raise it. Many teachers offer students great options to achieve an acceptable grade, and one teacher, in particular, gives the option of extra credit. In World History and U.S. […]

Graduation Information for 2019 Seniors

February 1, 2019 7:50pm | Oriana-Pearl Thomas

Attention all seniors. After the Winter Rally on Friday, February 1, Assistant Principal Mark Abling told the graduating class important information that seniors need to know. In English classes, seniors will be given a piece of paper listing important, upcoming dates that are necessary to […]

Baseball at Arvada

February 1, 2019 5:56pm | Justin Wolf, Journalism Student

What you need to know about Baseball at Arvada High: With the spring season coming up quick the head coach, Jason Berger, held an interest meeting for parents and athletes. This took place on January 28th in the cafeteria where they shared information on the […]

Little Shop of Horrors Announcement

February 1, 2019 5:49pm | Cami Vera, Journalism Student

Little Shop of Horrors “Little Shop of Horrors” has been announced as the spring musical, under the direction of theater teacher Steven Mathis and choir director John Miller. Woodworking teacher John Howes will be supervising and helping to build the set. “‘Little Shop of Horrors’ […]