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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 […]

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’ […]

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 […]

Competing for a Language

May 17, 2018 7:08pm | Elicia Montoya

On April 17, 2018, students taking a world language course traveled to the University of Northern Colorado to enter a contest that demonstrated what they have learned. One of the students competing was junior Victoria Mata, a past competitor that had entered the same contest […]

A New Way to Stay Healthy and Safe

March 23, 2018 2:15pm | Jemima Ngoma

Next year, a health clinic will be installed in the school to help the Arvada community. This particular clinic is unique because it is currently only being offered at Jefferson, Golden,  and Arvada High School. The main purpose of this clinic is to help families […]

Recognition for the Unrecognized

March 23, 2018 1:45pm | Luis Zegarra

At Arvada, there are four norms that the students should follow: be kind, be respectful, be learning, and be safe. This year a Recognition Assembly was held to honor the students who stood out the best and followed these four norms. It was the first […]

A Walk Against Violence

March 14, 2018 5:21pm | Oriana-Pearl Thomas

Classes were stopped towards the end of third hour today when students participated in a nationwide walkout protesting gun violence following the Parkland shooting in Florida last month. During the walkout, juniors Julian Dudzich, Amber Smale, and Abby Hunter stood in front of the large […]

Beyond the Milky Way

February 21, 2018 3:42pm | Cheyenne Zamora

Roger Griffin, the success center leader and his team of student council members have been able to find different themes for ten years, despite how difficult it can be to come up with new ones every year. “A committee of 5 different council members, they […]

Students Audition for Spring Musical

January 31, 2018 4:23pm | Oriana-Pearl Thomas

There is much to look forward to in a school filled with music, sports, and acting. After school starts, the fall play in November is always a big hit among staff, students, and community members. In April, the spring musical is just as popular. This […]

Behind Tech Week

December 20, 2017 3:00pm | Phoenix Mackay

Tech Week, also referred to as “Hell Week”,  was a highly stressful time for the cast of Mr. Burns A Post Electric Play who were under the pressure of many waiting to see the final product of their hard work and effort. One of the […]