Category: News

Scholastic Awards given

The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards are the nation’s “longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7–12” and ARHS kids nabbed a number of them this year. The competition is...

Book nook: library refurb

About two years ago, a generous, retired librarian named Ann Louise Hyde gave a $65,000 legacy to the ARHS library, which was what sparked the idea of a renovation. Unfortunately there is not enough...

Fair offers dose of reality

On March 21, students from the class of 2017 took part in the Reality Fair held at Greenfield Community College. The event challenges students to take on the role of their 25 year old...

Women’s March historic, inspiring

On January 21, 2017, the day after President Trump’s inauguration, ARHS students joined millions of people worldwide in sending a message to the new administration and to Congress that their voices would be heard....

Writing Center an ‘incredible resource’

According to the high school website, the all-new Writing Center located in room 141 is “a place where students can get focused, one-on-one support with writing assignments from any department.” They can also receive...