Month: February 2017
Career Academies: The World of Work Awaits
Career academics provide students with a unique opportunity to gain an industry certificate during high school and/or earn college credit.
Don’t Trash the Idea of Making Atholton Greener
Only one thing stands between Atholton and a Green School certificate.
The JV Wrestling Team Has Reached its Pinnacle
It is a great feeling; a feeling of excitement, momentum, and most importantly, a feeling of success. The Raiders’ very own JV wrestling team has garnered quite a few accomplishments, namely having a girl on the roster and preparing underclassmen for varsity, but this year the team adds something new to the resume: an undefeated start.
This is What Democracy Looks Like
After the inauguration, various protests for various causes occurred around the country.
Hip-Hop’s Notorious Flare: The Evolution of Beefing
Rapper feuds have been a hallmark in the hip-hop industry for years, but they have evolved drastically over the span of its tenure.
Lights! Camera! HoCo!
Howard County Schools will host its 13th annual Film Festival at the Charles E. Miller Library in Ellicott City for high school filmmakers.
SGA Creates Event to Show Support For Muslim Community
“Besides wearing green, we hope that people will show their support of fellow Muslim students, whether it is through a simple smile to a fellow student, a post or like online, or even through attending a march or rally.”
Atholton’s JROTC Contributes to Walter Reed Hospital
On January 31, 2017, Atholton JROTC Cadets went to Walter Reed Hospital to present two checks to the hospital’s cancer ward. During JROTC’s Cancer Awareness Week during late October, Atholton raised over $1,300 in an effort to support Walter Reed Hospital’s Cancer Ward.