The Graphic Blog

Chromebooks for almost all

The money which would have been used to replace laptop carts at ARHS has gone instead to a one-to-one initiative in which every student in grades nine, 10, and 11 has an opportunity to...

Girls’ Leadership Forum a success

The last decades of the twentieth century have produced inspiring examples of women’s leadership, from Malala Yousafzai, who advocates for women’s education in Pakistan, to Emma Gonzalez, a teenage girl from Parkland, Florida, who...

How effective is the new firewall?

Approximately two years ago, Amherst Regional High School implemented a new firewall that made it harder to access previously unblocked websites and apps. Amherst District IT Manager Jerry Champagne says that the new firewall...

PIP room full of new faces

Several new staff members have come to ARHS to work in the Pathways to Independence Program (PIP), for students with developmental disabilities, located in room 167. The program aims to enrich students’ lives, provide...

Feminism alive at ARHS

“We are feminists! We are working to create equal rights for women and men. That does not mean we think women are better,” said Maya Sessions, co-leader of the ARHS Women’s Rights Club, referring...

Student Union builds community

Since 2011, the ARHS Student Union has been working to achieve a positive school environment and “improve the general social atmosphere of the school.” Previously, they have worked on creating the language of the...

Best Buddies Club takes off

Every Tuesday in the ARHS English hallway, the Best Buddies club meets in the Pathways to Independence Program (PIP) room. Best Buddies is an international organization that aims to promote friendship and social opportunities...

Cross country achievements

Led by a group of elite runners, the ARHS cross country programs are at the top of their game in 2018, with ambitions to win big this year. Both the boys’ and girls’ teams...