Tiger Life

Grayson Todd: Half of a Dynamic Duo

Jordan Culver, Asst. Editor in Chief

April 25, 2019


Filed under AHS News, Featured Arlington Student Work, News

If you’ve heard anything about our school theater program a few names will constantly pop up; one of them being Grayson Todd. Grayson Todd is a senior here at AHS who has been in the Arlington theater all 4 years of high school. You could say that since he has been in so many plays, both at Arlington...

Mackenzie Kent, Staff

April 24, 2019


Filed under AHS News, Announcements, News

This is the week of 4/22 - 4/26 schedule: Monday- No testing Straight 7 Tuesday- Algebra 1 and Geometry 7:00 students report to 2nd period 7:05 students dismiss to testing location (non testers remain in 2nd period) 10:27 testing ends and students report to their 5th period class 12:15-1:07...

EOC Testing

mackenzie kent, Staff

April 22, 2019


Filed under ACS News, News

EOCs are end of course tests that are taken in many states by the State Board of Education. These tests are only taken by freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. In order to graduate high school, it is required to make a high enough grade to pass the course. The scores will weigh 30 percent of the calculation...

General Announcements Apr 22

Knia Robinson, Editor in Chief

April 22, 2019


Filed under Announcements

2019 AHS Boy’s Volletball Tournament will be April 23rd. Admission is $2. the winning team will play April 25th against teams from Collierville, Bartlett, White Station, and Germantown Tryout camp for Basketball Cheerleaders for the 2019-2020 school year. Tryout camp is from April 30th to May 2nd...

Quality news story

Colton lepard, Staff

April 18, 2019


Filed under News, Sports

The Memphis express was a Newley formed team in Memphis that will play in the Alliance of American Football League. The Memphis express brought in a former NFL player Johnny Manziel to help them out on offense. Memphis didn’t need a professional football team, we already have the grizzlies, tigers,...

New Tennis Courts

Dawson Stowman, Facebook Manager

April 18, 2019


Filed under AHS News, News, Sports, Town of Arlington News

Arlington is finally getting tennis courts! The courts will be located by the Arlington Sports Complex and everybody is excited for them. The City of Arlington is funding this project, however, the High School’s tennis team gets priority over the courts. Next the middle school team has priority, THEN the c...

Quality news story: Memphis Police K9 Unit

Peyton Jones, Staff

April 18, 2019


Filed under News

The Memphis police have several specialized units. One of their specialized units is the K-9 unit. This unit is made up of several handler/dog partners who are trained in a range of different things, from narcotics detection, to bomb detection, or apprehension of suspects. When asked what his favorite...

Choices Matter at AHS

Choices Matter at AHS

Jackson Norman, Staff

April 18, 2019


Filed under Features, News

Thursday, April 11th, with prom nearing, over 1000 juniors and seniors packed into the AHS gym. Awaiting their arrival was Principal Chris Duncan and speaker Bailey Wind. AHS Principal Chris Duncan first spoke to students about making good and smart decisions concerning texting and driving and drinking...

General announcement

Colton lepard, Staff

April 16, 2019


Filed under Announcements, Uncategorized

The speech team traveled this past weekend to the TN HS Speech and Drama League State Tournament in Cookeville and a couple of students walked away with individual awards. Candice Dillard was 5th place in Original Oratory and Faith Bell was the State Champion in TV Newcasting! Congratulations to the...

Arlington Boys Lacrosse Team

Arlington Boys Lacrosse Team

Sam Sireci, Staff

April 12, 2019


Filed under ACS News, AHS Sports, Features, Non-Fiction, Sports, Spring Sports, Town of Arlington News

The Arlington Lacrosse team has come a very long way since its beginnings eight years ago. For many year the team went winless in their division, stuggling for every goal. That has all changed now. With captains Eric Nelson and Lane Chapman leading the charge offensively the team is currently undeafted...

General Announcement

Briley Anderson, Twitter Manager

April 12, 2019


Filed under Announcements

On April 10 through the 18th the Women’s equality club is selling T-shirts during all four lunches for $15.00 !! You will get a t-shirt and part of your money goes to donations for a local women’s shelter. Come get yours today !!!

AHS boys soccer team

Briley Anderson, Twitter Manager

April 10, 2019


Filed under News, Sports

The AHS varsity boys soccer team had a tournament in Gulf Shores last weekend. A player from the varsity team Luke Hamilton says it was a, “disappointing tournament but it was a good learning experience.” They fought a hard battle as they played Fairview with the score being 0-5, Hewitt-Trustville...

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