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AHS Yearbook

Knia Robinson, Editor in Chief

March 7, 2019


Filed under Features

Arlington High School has an entire class dedicated to building the perfect Yearbook for its students. “We design every aspect of the yearbook. We go out and get pictures as well as gather information on whatever we are picturing,” says Tim Wales. Those in Yearbook run picture day and distribute...

Injuries in Young Women’s Sports at AHS

Injuries in Young Women’s Sports at AHS

February 19, 2019


Filed under Documentaries, Features, Sports

AHS TigerLife Reporters Joseph Carrico and Isabela Perez look at the disturbing trend of injuries prevalent in Women's sports here at AHS and AHS's Athletic Director Rebekah Sanders tips to help prevent these.

Teacher of The Year, Janet Pennington

Louis Powell

February 19, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

Arlington High School recently awarded one of their Science Teachers with one of the highest awards that a teacher can receive in Arlington Community Schools, the AHS Teacher of the Year. Janet Pennington has been a full-time teacher at Arlington for 12 years. She currently teaches Genetics, Forensics,...

AHS Bound Open House

AHS Bound Open House

Jackson Norman, Staff

February 13, 2019


Filed under AHS News, Features, Showcase

Spring Break is right around the corner and you know what that means. It means it's time for students to start picking out their classes for next year. Last week Arlington High School hosted AHS Bound which is a time for students to visit potential future classes and get a sneak peek of what the classes...

Senior Round Table Discussion

Jackson Norman, Staff

December 7, 2018


Filed under Features

The round table discussions are now in session. No, not King Arthur’s. Mrs. Lea Chisum leads the senior round tables which are “...monthly events scheduled for senior parents to attend.  It is an opportunity for senior parents to encourage one another, ask questions regarding this eventful year,...

Winter Formal 2018

Cameron Davis, Staff

December 4, 2018


Filed under Features

Winter Formal 2018 was a thrilling expirience for students at Arlington High School. “Formal was so much fun, and I’m happy I decided to go!” Says Kaity Gallimore. Formal this year was held at the columns from 7pm to 11pm in Downtown Memphis. There was a DJ that played music, and there were...

4 Ways to Manage Work and Stress

Jordan Culver, Asst. Editor in Chief

November 7, 2018


Filed under Features

Handling school, work, and extracurricular activity can get a bit frustrating. Here’s some tips on how to get a grip on your busy schedule! 1. Make some time for relaxation. It may seem weird that the first step to handle stress is to push it aside, but it’s actually very helpful. Don’t think of...

Scott Benjamin

Scott Benjamin

Landon Williams, Snapchat Manager

November 6, 2018


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Arlington Community Schools, while being a newer school district, is already one of the state’s most successful. This is due in part to the great success of the school board. One of the newer members of the school board is Scott Benjamin, a local pastor. Benjamin has been on the board for about a...

AHS Brings Their Artistic Touch to the Lakeland Halloween Festival

AHS Brings Their Artistic Touch to the Lakeland Halloween Festival

October 26, 2018


Filed under AHS News, Featured Arlington Student Work, Features

Students from the AHS National Art Honor Society and the AHS Pave Fine Arts Academy join forces to help make the Lakeland Halloween Festival more festive. Student artists painted the faces of little trick or treaters and helped them paint pumpkins at Lakelands annual event on Sunday, Oct. 21st. Both NAHS ...

Ashley Thobosi

Ashley Thobosi

Sam Trigg, Instagram Manager

October 26, 2018


Filed under Features

Ms. Thobosi has been teaching since 2013 and been enjoying it since then. She attended both the University of Alabama in Birmingham and the University of West Alabama where she pursed a teaching degree. “Organized chaos,” is a few words that Ms. Thobosi uses to describe teaching. “The excitement...

Mary Marlin

Knia Robinson, Editor in Chief

October 26, 2018


Filed under ACS News, Features

Students in high school are familiar with the idea of focus area classes. Courses that are directly related to the career they plan to enter, or one that they have a high interest in. Some examples of High School focus area classes included Fine Arts, Liberal Arts, Advanced Placement, and STEM. Although...

Jennnifer Booker

Cameron Davis, Instagram Manager

October 26, 2018


Filed under Features

Jennifer Booker is a school counselor at Arlington Middle school. Mrs. Booker loves Arlington Middle ever since she just started. ”Ever since starting it has just been such a wonderful experience. Everyone here is supportive; the students, the faculty, the administrators.” Everyday is a new challenge...

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