The Graphic Blog

Students crushed to lose Foods

ARHS students were crushed by the announcement of all Foods and Culinary Arts classes being cut from the high school for good, due to budget cuts. The Culinary programs offered to students were one...

ARHS Preschool cut mourned

Due to a 1.1 million dollar budget to the district, a much-loved Preschool Program will be cut. “It was not an easy call,” Principal Mark Jackson said of the decision. “People love the Preschool,...

Summit Academy relocates to high school

Summit Academy is an Amherst-Pelham Regional “public day school” located on South East Street in Amherst, Mass., that provides a different path for students than that offered at the larger, more conventional main campus...

Theater dept wins Sammy

In the midst of another successful theater season, the ARHS Theater Company will be acclaimed for its successes beyond the school community. On April 26, 2018, at 6 p.m., the Amherst Regional High School...

Social studies elective shift

The 2016-2017 school year began the phasing in of a new social studies curriculum, in which ninth graders take Global History One rather than World Civilizations. The 2018-2019 school year will be the first...

Packed Consent Week planned

Consent Week has been a staple of ARHS’s social awareness campaigns since its debut in 2015. Now, in its fourth year, the week, which will take place between Monday, April 9 and Friday, April...

‘Eat, sleep, swim, repeat’

The Amherst Swimming and Diving team capped off an exciting season in February that had been filled both with great successes and fraught with disappointment. “This season was challenging with a young team, where...