Natalie Zepf Social Media Manager/ Online Custodian May 9th 2022 The metal clink of hangers, the subtle scrutiny of dresses, thoughts of “not this one,” “maybe,” and “this is the one” racing through people’s minds. […]
By: Maria Emmons A single mom goes to the grocery store with kids and has to return groceries because she doesn’t have enough money to pay for them. A teen girl cannot afford to pay […]
Atholton High hosted Empty Bowls, a night of free food and awesome art.
Prom is a magical time of the year for many girls. A night where they can create one of their last high school memories of fun and joy. Unfortunately some girls can not experience this […]
Hurricane Harvey brought devastation to Texas’s Oleson Elementary community, so the Atholton Student Leadership Cadre (SLC) is organizing an ongoing school-wide movement to raise funds and materials, aiming to aid in the school and its surrounding community’s recovery process.
Every girl can relate with the struggle of finding the perfect prom dress. But what happens when she doesn’t have enough money to afford a dress? Former student at Nova High School in Florida […]
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.
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.