Following the outbreak of COVID-19 in the U.S., many school activities had been cancelled due to safety concerns. However, a group of parents of Atholton Seniors have come together to put together a prom for the class of 2021 who’s second chance at the prom many had dreamed of was again cancelled by the county due to COVID restrictions. On June 4th, seniors will be able to go to the Overhills Mansion to receive the experience many had been waiting for since last year.
This past admissions year, seniors were given a new college application experience that has sparked a movement away from the SAT and ACT, standardized tests that had dominated high school students’ minds for nearly one hundred years. Due to COVID-19 lockdown procedures, the College Board has been unable to administer the SAT and ACT tests. As such, many universities have adopted test-optional policies in the interim, creating a new frontier for college admissions as they navigate life without standardized tests.
Tossing and turning throughout the night, two-year-old Bradley Hopper made sure to ruin everyone’s night.
The Atholton POMS team hosted its first competition here at Atholton on February 2nd, but with some major key differences than one might expect from the competition.