Blue and Gold

Terror in the City of Lights

Zackary Cane

January 13, 2015

On January 7, 2015, a mere week into the New Year, a hub of western civilization was attacked barbarically by Al-Qaida affiliated terrorists. Paris, France is still reeling from the attacks that left 12 people dead at a local...

Our Experience at the White House: AHS Students Attend “The Stars and Stripes Forever” Music in the Military Event

Mark Holloway and Erin Tillery

November 16, 2014

From Mark Holloway: On November 6, I got to experience something that many people don’t get the chance to experience. I was able to see First Lady Michelle Obama and walk the floors of the East Wing. I'll never forget thi...

Spirit Week Day 1: ‘Merica Monday

Kellsey Dunn and Emily Woodruff

October 22, 2014

Spirit Week at AHS started this week, in anticipation of the big Homecoming game that is happening Friday night. The first day of Spirit Week was "'Merica Monday," in which students displayed their spirit by wearing red, white,...

How It Feels To Be “The New Kid”

Kellsey Dunn, Staff Writer

September 22, 2014

It can be the worst feeling to be the “new kid” in school. The one nobody smiles at or high fives in the hallway, or the kid that sits alone at lunch because you haven’t made friends yet. Not to mention how embarrassing...

Fall 2014 Fashion: Trends to Watch

Rachel Plitt, Staff Writer

September 4, 2014

Are you excited to kick off the fall season with a new school year and new clothes? With all of these new fashion trends appearing, will you be a trend follower or a trend setter? Here are a couple of ideas to stay fashionable...

Graduation, Here I Come

Brandon Jones, Editor-in-Chief

May 30, 2014

These four years have flown by so fast. My entire high school experience has been one whole memory I will never forget. In less than a week, my time at Aberdeen High School will officially be over. June 5th is the exact day ...

AHS Student Speaks at Red Cross in Washington, Meets First Lady


May 1, 2014

Yesterday, AHS junior Chrissandra Jackson had the opportunity of a lifetime when she spoke about her experiences to 200 students at the Red Cross Building in Washington. For more detailed information, read the press release...

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