Tag: clubs

Club Roundup: The Creative Writing Club

Every Monday afternoon, young writers group together in room C154…Once everyone is ready, they set down to create another world through the page. Photo Courtesy of Slidesgo.

Welcoming the Diaspora: The African Student Association

Ayo Awofeso Staff Reporter 22 February 2022 The return to physical school has ushered in new clubs eager to spread their metaphorical wings, and literal membership. Among these clubs is the African Student Association, sponsored […]

Meet the Sister to Sister Club!

“The Sister to Sister club is a great way of expressing powerful ideas and releasing any stress that a student deals with on a daily basis.”

By: Mary Wilkinson

Comfort VS Style: a Dive Into Fashion at Atholton

Imani Smith Image courtesy of: Emilyn Woodworth Staff reporter 21 December 2021 Entering high school often means exploring your interests and figuring out who you want to be and how you want to be perceived. […]

Teachers Taking Action: The Impact of Work to Rule on Students

Caroline Perret Staff Reporter 23 April 2021 The Be the Change club was able to have a very successful start during the coronavirus pandemic–that is until February 18, when their sponsor broke the news. Work […]

Let’s Go Clubbing!

Story by: Sravya Tallapragada
Photo Courtesy of: Kai-Lin Yu
Here is a photo featuring some of the members at the 2020 Lunar New Year party hosted by the Atholton Asian Student Union!

New School Year, New Ultimate Frisbee Club

Photo Courtesy of Maggie Fan Gisele Chiang-Tenbrock Section Editor 23 October, 2019 “I’m really surprised, actually, because ultimate frisbee isn’t a popular sport or anything,” said junior Angela Voo, sitting on a picnic bench across […]

Success STEMs from Science Olympiad Hard Work

Atholton’s Science Olympiad team had an exciting season this school year. Out of three major competitions, the group managed to grab multiple first place awards small events.

Atholton Math Team Talent: A Year in Review

This year, Atholton’s Math Team rocked math competitions, leaving other Howard County schools in their parabola dust.