Blue and Gold

Washington Post Ranks AHS as a Top Academically Challenging School

Kayla Farrell, Guest Writer

April 23, 2014

Recently, with all the data from students across the nation signing up for AP tests compiled and calculated, the Washington Post has updated its list of the most challenging schools. Even taking into account all the schools ...

NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Begin

Michael DuBois, Guest Sports Reporter

April 16, 2014

As the regular season ends, a new season begins. The road to the Lord Stanley Cup starts Wednesday, April 16, with the first round of the playoffs. Eight teams from the Eastern Conference (Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins,...

The Truth about Senior Year

Brandon Jones, Editor-in-Chief

March 28, 2014

Throughout my entire high school experience, I was told my senior year was going to be a breeze. This, however, turned out to be false. When I was a freshman, I was always looking forward to becoming a senior and being on the...

Ravens Score Big Time with Signing of Steve Smith

Zack Cane, Sports Editor

March 28, 2014

When Ozzie Newsome said he wanted to add weapons for Joe Flacco and the Ravens this offseason, he meant it. Since then, the Oz has struck several key deals to help the Ravens stay competitive in 2014. Dennis Pitta, Daryl Smith,...

Make Memories at Prom

Zachary Brand

March 18, 2014

Prom: a long night of music, fun, friends, and dancing till your legs go numb. Most people have a wonderful story about the night they spent with their classmates at their high school prom. So come on out and make your own story! Tickets...

You Are Not Alone

Erin Tillery, Social Media Editor

March 10, 2014

Has something ever happened to you that made you feel like you’re the only human on this planet? Everyone goes through things, and no one can really help you but yourself. Personally, I have gone through things that actually...

Should High School Start Later?

Zach Brand

March 6, 2014

Do you feel more refreshed and ready for school when we have one of our many two-hour delays this winter? Do you think 7:30 is too early to be at school in the morning? If so, you aren't alone; many counties in Maryland...

The Eagle Eye: Crisis in Ukraine

Zack Cane, Sports Editor/Op-Ed Writer

March 6, 2014

Over the past several weeks, an upheaval of the government in Ukraine has been underway. The people of the capital city of Kiev were gathered in the streets protesting the regime of President Viktor Yanukovych. After a deadly...

Binge-Watching Netflix: What Are the Best Shows?

Brandon Jones and Brittany DiMauro

March 4, 2014

Don’t you just love when you have absolutely nothing to do? Finally you can just relax and watch your favorite show on Netflix! But there’s something special about Netflix. A lot of people don’t only watch one or two...

@AHS_Compliment Page is a Big Hit With Students

Brandon Jones, Editor-in-Chief

March 4, 2014

On Twitter, an anonymous person created an account, @AHS_Compliments, where people can anonymously submit their compliments for people within Aberdeen High School. It seems as though every high school has gotten the same idea...

Raising the Minimum Wage, Raising Our Standard of Living

Brandon Jones, Editor-in-Chief

March 4, 2014

In this economy, money is very tight, even with a decent paying job. Imagine living on a minimum wage income. The current minimum wage is $7.25 an hour. Sierra Rosten says, “Right now, it kinda sucks.” The question is,...

Important Senior Announcement


February 27, 2014

There will be a senior class meeting on March 7 right after homeroom. It's important that all seniors attend, because pertinent info on graduation will be given. Also, the senior class trip has changed to Kings Dominion! The...

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