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  • On Saturday, Sept. 25, the varsity cross country team runs in Harlan.
  • On Saturday, Sept. 25, girl's swim travels to Valley High School.
  • JV volleyball travels to St. Albert on Thursday, Sept. 23.
  • The college fair is on Wednesday, Sept. 22.
  • On Tuesday, Sept. 21, the cross country team travels to Creston.
  • JV football plays Ballard on Monday, Sept. 20.
  • Varsity girl's swim has a meet at the YMCA on Monday, Sept. 20.
  • Freshman and JV volleyball triangular on Monday, Sept. 20.
  • School pictures are on Monday, Sept. 20.
  • Varsity football travels to ADM on Friday, Sept. 24.
  • Seniors, sign up for your senior exit interview!
  • Order your yearbook!
Brynna Kern is ready to film with Iowa PBS. She was interviewed about her award-winning video about Zoey Moore and her new wheelchair. Kern said that she was proud that she won the award for “Zoey’s In The Driver’s Seat.”
Iowa PBS visits Atlantic High School
Elizabeth Anderson May 25, 2021

$50,000 of equipment: bright lights, two huge cameras, a backdrop, and a two-person crew is what Iowa...

Former AHS student Harison  Richter, who graduated in 2015, now tattoos professionally. He began working the front counter at Big Brain West in September of 2020 and has been an apprentice since November of 2020. Only in “the last month or so” has he been tattooing people.
Tattoo or Not Tattoo: That is the Question
Eleanor McCalla, staff writer • May 17, 2021

When it comes to expression, high schoolers find many ways to show their personalities through style....

FCS teacher Rebecca Wallace
Teacher Rocks the TikTok Scene
Taliya James, Editor • May 14, 2021

When quarantine started, teacher Rebecca Wallace came down with a severe case of boredom. After hearing...

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The cross country team celebrates a successful practice.
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Cross Country
Elizabeth Anderson September 16, 2021

“Exciting,” is how cross country coach Dan Vargason would explain this season. “We’re finally...

The volleyball team celebrates their win at the AHSTW tournament.
Volleyball
Elizabeth Anderson September 16, 2021

High energy practices, staying consistent, individual work, and teamwork is how volleyball coach Michelle...

The football team practices everyday after school.
Football
Elizabeth Anderson September 16, 2021

“Our main goal is to get better each week. We try to make progress as we go on and try to build our...

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Junior Jaci Smith closely follows her music at the Late Winter Concert earlier this year. Smith has been in band and choir all throughout high school and plays the flute.
One Last Concert
Molly McFadden and Camryn Church May 5, 2021

On Friday, May 7 band and choir members will perform in the State Large Group competition, as their last...

Band and choir students pose before leaving Universal Studios. Many on the trip thought that this was the superior park due to its thrill rides.
Making Music with Mickey: The Band and Choir Trip to Florida
Molly McFadden, Editor • April 19, 2021

The early morning travel days and endless walking made life-long memories for the 85 students who took...

The Trojan Guard, the marching band of AHS, marches onto the field during the 2020 homecoming game. Many band members will be among the 85 musicians traveling to Orlando to preform in Universal Studios.
Musicians Flying to Florida
Lexie Trotter, Editor • March 10, 2021

The phrase better late than never suits the music department, as a trip scheduled for last March has...

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An uproar in protests have spiraled due to the recent police related death.
Finding a Middle Ground
Zane Brownsberger May 27, 2021

In 2020, police shot and killed 1,021 people, and 2021 is on track for a similar amount of shootings....

Take what you need and give what you can encourages students to spread positivity. The guidance office offers support for all students.
More Than A Body - OPINION
Laney Brosam May 26, 2021

“You are so much more than just a body” is a phrase used by many. People everywhere spend so much...

Political clashes aren’t uncommon, though often they impact more than just us. Due to our world-wide influence, the instability within our own country leads to a ripple-effect of issues elsewhere in the world.
A Divided Nation
Ariel Clark, Editor • March 11, 2021

In today’s world it’s nearly impossible to transverse the sticky web of the Internet without running...

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The Trades Program focuses a lot on working together. Students who took the class learned valuable skills to use later in life.
Trades Program takes on Garage Project
Zane Berg May 26, 2021

The Atlantic High School Trades Program has taken on a pretty large project this semester. The project is building a garage for Dave Erickson,...

This podcast is full of, as the hosts like to say, "Conspiracies full of tea."
ConspiraTEA: A Podcast
Laney Brosam and Kylie Pulido April 22, 2021

Listen as Journalism Production students Laney and Kylie dive into the conspiracy theories revolving AHS. ConspiraTEA is available only on...

AHS Thread: A Podcast
Change Your Life
Isaiha Imhoff, Brooke Thompson, and Claire Wiederstein March 31, 2021
An episode of AHSneedle podcast The Thread.
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