Slang has long been an integral part of everyday conversation, but what do these words really mean? Where did they come from? Atholton students share their thoughts.
For some, it is love for blood. For others, it is fondness for fashion shows or affection for mulch. No matter which passion is fueling them, the students of Atholton are striving to change the world.
For most students, the school day consists of English, math, science, social studies, and a few electives. For students taking Intern Mentor however, part of the school day takes place in an office.
The Republican Party won the executive office and has taken root, not only the White House, but Atholton as well.
Teddy Hersey hopes to accomplish what most 18 year olds can only dream of.
Imagine being taught by a hologram. A projection of your teacher stands in front of the class–you can see and hear her teaching, but she is not really there. Students in Ms. Liu’s sixth period Chinese class have a similar experience. Their teacher is not in the Atholton classroom, but rather is live broadcasted to multiple Howard County schools from Reservoir High.
And the winner is… Holly Edsall. Holly Edsall is not the average high school girl slumming in the hallways wearing sweats. Her skills on and off the field separate her from many other students at the school.
Not everybody has to be an athlete to be on a team. Some of Atholton’s best team achievements have come from school sponsored clubs, like the Math Team. The math team has won second place in 2013, third in 2014 and 2015, and is aiming for gold in 2016.
Claire Silberman Features Editor September 28, 2016 On Friday afternoons, school is the last place where students want to hang out. On September 16th however, around 40 eager students filed into the media center […]