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.Read More Lukas Borba: A True Three-Star Athlete
Directed by Drama teacher Troy River, American High School Performing Arts’s spring musical, “Ghost the Musical,” hit the stage on Thursday, March 30, 2017. It opened with record numbers and positive reviews.Read More AHSPA’S “Ghost the Musical” Opens with Record Numbers
American High School is known for its diversity. However, while there might be a sense of unity here at our school, it’s very apparent that certain cliques dominate parts of the rotunda.Read More The Divided Rotunda: Senior Wall
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.Read More AHS Facilities Become A Danger For Student Athletes
A majority of students at American High average between three and four AP classes during their junior year, undergoing challenging curriculum in each of their college-level classrooms. Although meant to be an opportunity to enrich themselves in their subject, more and more students stack up on these classes to give themselves an edge in college […]Read More Advanced Placement in Stress
He had everything: a supportive family, a group of lifelong friends, a sport that he loved, and a country which he called home. It was the best time of his life—all taken from him in a heartbeat.Read More From the Cairo Suburbs to the AHS Hallways
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.Read More Lip Dub Unites Eagles
Whether it’s an iPhone, laptop, or a tablet, every teenager has some sort of device plugged into the outlet next to their bed. In Vyoma Raman’s (10) case, it’s a wheelchair.Read More The Story Behind the Smile
Six months following the release of Samsung Galaxy S7 in March, the iPhone 7 opened for consumer purchase. Although met with mixed responses, the device generated plenty of talk in the media—until Google released the Pixel, the cutting-edge replacement for its previous Nexus line. The three remain the most popular devices thus far.Read More The Innovation Competition: Which Smartphone is Superior?
On December 14, 2016, Yahoo announced that 500 million email accounts were hacked in August 2013, making it the largest breach in history. Additionally, the 2016 election shed light on the possibility of foreign hackers manipulating the election votes to add up in President-elect Donald Trump’s favor. Issues like these bring up the question: how safe are we from hackers and security risks and what can we do to prevent this?Read More Your Data Might Be In Danger