American welcomes its first girl’s golf team this fall Jaclyn Ferreira and Rena Wei Staff Writers As the heat of summer transitions into the coolness of fall, most people are prepping for the upcoming school year. For ten girls in particular, though, school is not the only thing on their minds. Rather than just pack […]
The Napa fires have caused widespread devastation across Northern California, the dark smoky skies an imprint of their destruction. Although the fires are raging miles away from Fremont, the smoke has drifted south and caused unsafe conditions for the students of AHS, or more specifically, the athletes.
The grass is green, the sun is shining, and there is a soft breeze in the air. The season has kicked off for American High School’s golf team.
In the middle of an intense mixed doubles game against a pair from John F. Kennedy High’s team, Catherine Lin (11) quickly moves to receive a drop, a shot in which the opponent aims the bird tight to the net. Sharp reflexes and agility are extremely essential to succeed in this fast and highly intense […]
If you follow sports here at American High School I’d bet money that you have heard of the name, “Lukas Borba”. It’s October 2015. Junior Lukas Borba prepares to lead his Eagles to victory. This is not any ordinary game for Lukas—this is the Battle the Boulevards, the school’s annual rivalry game against the Washington Huskies.
American High School—the champion of the Fremont Boulevard, the home to many track stars, and facilitator for hundreds of talented student athletes. Although American students have put their best foot forward and accomplished many things, our facilities are not up-to-par with student capacity nor and safety standards.
On Friday, March 17, 2017, AHS students united on the last morning of Spring Fest with their classes, teammates, clubs, and fellow Eagles to create the second annual Lip Dub.
Spirited students sporting red, white, and blue packed the halls and rotunda, forming clusters based on clubs, sports teams, and class while the cameraman worked his way through each area to film the excitement.
Eagles propelled by stout defense, defeat Mission San Jose 57 – 38 Shawn Rocha Staff Writer On January 6, 2016, American’s Varsity Boys Basketball team gained the first league victory of the season, beating the Mission San Jose Warriors 57 – 38. Although strong throughout defensively, American lacked an explosive offensive showing, allowing Mission to […]
How I was granted a wish of a lifetime Shawn Rocha Staff Writer Seven months of anxiety and anticipation suddenly came to a halt when my wish to meet Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry was finally granted via the Make-A-Wish Foundation. My alarm clock rang at 6:30am as if I was waking up […]
Special needs students from around the bay showcase their skills in competitive games Shawn Rocha Staff Writer On November 10, 2016, American hosted its annual Special Olympics. The event provided special needs students from around the Bay Area with the opportunity to socialize and play in a friendly, yet competitive game of soccer. “Our students […]