Winners of the “six word horror stories” Halloween contest sponsored by the Literary Club

“Why are your eyes glowing?” -Anu Sitaraman “ARHS makes Jack a dull boy.” -Innis Gallagher “Seconds later, the barricades fell apart.” -Schuyler Mann “The floorboards creaked. I live alone.” -Katherine Leonard “The dead man winked at...

Taking environmental action at school

Taking action toward conservation and increasing environmental awareness is what the Environmental Action Club is all about. And this club practices the three Rs: reduce, reuse, and recycle. Not only that, but according to...

A fresh start for The Goldbug

The ARHS yearbook, or as it’s more commonly known, “The Goldbug,” has been published for almost 100 years and has featured themes ranging from Pirates and Exploration to Science-Fiction and Space. While technology education...

JETS: teamwork and fun

On March 16, 2019, eight teams of ARHS students jumped into a one-day competition against each other on the new and budding topic of artificial intelligence relating to neuroscience. JETS (The Junior Engineering and...

Lovers of science

After a one year hiatus, ARHS is returning to the Science Olympiad, a competition between students in a variety of different scientific fields. These competitions are held on state, regional, and national levels. Rudi...

Game club a thrill for all

The ARHS Game Club is a place where students gather to meet new people, play board games with each other, and have fun. Club advisor Kathleen Olson, an ARHS special education teacher and coordinator...

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...

Students for a Free Tibet Club

The Buddhist mountainous region of Tibet has been governed by Communist China since 1959, after a failed uprising to gain its independence. Since then, many activists and dissidents have been arrested, tortured, or exiled...

POCU bigger than ever

POCU, or People Of Color United, is a club that has been at ARHS for decades. Interim Assistant Principal Mary Custard  and health and physical education teacher Elizabeth Haygood co-advise the club. This year’s...

Anti-Islamophobia club open to all

According to a 2010 ABC News and Washington Post poll, only 37 percent of Americans had a favorable opinion of Islam, partly due to biased perceptions and misrepresentations of Muslims in politics, the media,...