The Final Bow

January 30, 2017

Lyon Hamill Takes Home Scholarship

Carson Friedland, Design Editor

January 27, 2017

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On Dec. 1 through Dec. 3 a group of AHS students attended the annual Colorado Thescon (Theater Conference) in Denver, Colorado, where the AHS senior Lyon Hamill was awarded with a $1,000 Senior Thescon Scholarship.  In order...

Kubiak Leaves the Broncos

Kubiak Leaves the Broncos

January 11, 2017

AHS Students Study Abroad

AHS Students Study Abroad

January 10, 2017

AHS Homework Survey is Underway

Sam Kahn, Staff Writer

January 10, 2017

Filed under News, Showcase

   The AHS Leadership Committee, comprised of teachers Liz Bollinger, Karen Zohar, Jennifer Morandi-Benson, and Eric Lamb, is tackling the task of evaluating the homework load at AHS, and the impact of homework on students...

The Gift of Language

Jordan Fox, Online Editor

January 10, 2017

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For most students, putting a conscience effort into language isn’t a large part of their everyday lives with the exception of language class, but for the ELL students, it’s one of the main focuses. The ELL or English language...

Behind the Scenes: Nutcracker

Zoe Cramer, Junior Editor

December 5, 2016

Filed under News, Opinion

For some people, getting dressed up in their finest clothing, buying a real life nutcracker and going to see the magical show of “The Nutcracker” with their family is their favorite tradition of the year. What they may not ...

Castro in the Kitchen

Olivia Clauss, Staff Writer

November 30, 2016

Filed under News

After surviving approximately 600 assassination attempts, Fidel Castro has been ceased by his old age. “More people have tried to murder the world’s most famous socialist than any other man alive,” boasts the documentary...

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