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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’ […]

No Closure, No Safety

January 28, 2019 8:42pm | Lexy Morrison

Students and staff woke up this morning to piles of snow and ice covering the roads and every sidewalk, with no announcements from Jeffco Public Schools. It has become a theme for the district to fail its faculty and students when it comes to snow […]

The Night of Empty Bowls

December 19, 2018 4:42pm | Vivien Tran

  Arvada hosted the annual Empty Bowls fundraiser, in which all community members are invited to attend. Thanks to fellow students and staff, the event turned out to be very well organized and very successful. According to science teacher Leslie Durant, the school was able […]

Bell schedule for Finals Week

December 12, 2018 1:05am | Miranda Ramirez

Hey Bulldogs, we got a new update for next week’s schedule for finals. Friday, December 21 is an optional makeup day. Students will not have to come to school that Friday. So students if you need to makeup a final, please schedule an appointment with […]

New Schedule for the Semester

November 28, 2018 4:30pm | Miranda Haskins and Miranda Ramirez

Hey Bulldogs! Starting on November 30th to December 14th, every Friday we’re having access time after your second hour. Classes on Friday will be shorter by 9 minutes. Students will have a 5 minutes passing period and MUST COME BACK to their second hour class […]

A Homecoming Game with History

October 17, 2018 3:49pm | Vivien Tran, Alexis Guzman

The tradition of homecoming games originated from colleges and universities in the early 19th century. It was used as a way to celebrate the return of alumni to their alma maters. Since then the tradition has spread to other colleges and universities and later to […]