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In the Classroom

Day-to-day happenings in the academic setting of Arvada High School

Recovering More Than Credits

January 29, 2018 3:08pm | Lexy Morrison and Cheyenne Zamora

High school is different for everyone and has a unique affect on people later in life. Many people say they wish they could go back and change something.  “I think that you guys are the future, if I don’t try to push you who will?” […]

Encouraging Younger Generations

October 6, 2017 2:09pm | Wolfy Fiorini, Leah Meyers

Continuing the annual tradition of encouraging young students to attend Arvada High, students from Joe Ventola’s AP Environmental Science classes taught third graders from Peck Elementary all about monarch butterflies. On Sept. 13, the young children were put into groups and circulated through 12 student-created […]

Why Don’t Kids Like to Read?

April 24, 2017 9:59pm | Monica Montez

If I was to stand in front of an ordinary class and ask “who reads for fun”, I would bet $20 that one third to none of the class would raise their hand. Why is this so? Why is it a problem with this generation […]

A New Way to Learn

December 19, 2016 10:29pm | Oriana Thomas

It’s been a debated issue on whether or not certain teaching methods were getting through to students. Each student learns differently, but there had to be some way to teach the students collectively in a way that interested them. At Arvada High School in the […]

How To Get Back On Track In School

November 11, 2016 1:03am | Monica Montez

Do you feel like you have no motivation to do your schoolwork? Ever come across your grades on the Parent Portal and see your grades, just nuked like your dreams of Duke University? Most importantly, do you really want to get out of this depression? […]