AHS Covid Video

AHS Covid Video

Ariah Whitlow, Editor-in-chief

April 15, 2020

To the students of AHS from the staff and faculty, stay safe, stay strong, and take care. https://youtu.belsW2Oorpl_Md  

Black History Trailblazers

Black History Trailblazers

Ariah Whitlow, Editor-In-Chief

February 28, 2020

February is a month that is spent differently by many. We have holidays like Valentine's Day and Mardi Gras, but this month is mainly about black history. This month is when we celebrate and admire individuals who've paved the way for African Americans and bring us to where we are today. We know many...

Gold For Everyone, Everywhere

Gold For Everyone, Everywhere

Ariah Whitlow, Editor-In-Chief

October 1, 2019

Six students and Associate Principal Will Falker along with students from Kingwood High School made their way to Texas Children's Hospital to support a school campaign called "Gold, Fight, Win." This campaign was designed to spread awareness for the fight against pediatric cancer. Senior Zoe Bantolina...

A Look Into The Deaf World

A Look Into The Deaf World

Ellory Brossette, Local, State, and National

September 27, 2019

Every year for the last full week of September, we celebrate Deaf awareness. This year for Deaf Awareness Week, our newspaper staff put together a list of questions they would like to ask a deaf person. Our beloved American Sign Language teacher, Mark Pyeatt was kind enough to answer for us. Do you in...

Dearly Beloved, We Are Gathered Here Today…

Dearly Beloved, We Are Gathered Here Today...

Ariah Whitlow

September 18, 2018

On March 25, 1942, a queen was born. The Queen of Soul to be specific. Her name was Aretha Franklin and on August 16, 2018, Aretha soared to a new home in the sky. August 31 2018, was when her 8 hour long funeral was televised and lots of controversy came up from that funeral.   Many gathered at 10 a...

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