The AHS IB film class presented its annual film festival on June 15. The festival featured various student-made films that covered a range of genres from documentaries to comedies.
The event was judged by both the audience and a faculty judge panel. After all the films were presented, seniors like Bailey Oliver, took m... READ MORE »»
As the year comes to a close, students are counting down the remaining school days and families are finalizing summer plans. Aside from the adventures, beaches and journeys, families should also prepare for the long and tedious airport security checkpoints.
It is commonly known that airline checkpoints are time consuming;... READ MORE »»
Standing on top of the world's tallest mountain at 29,029 feet, looking down at the vast scenery is a common dream for many around the world. Those seeking adventure and adrenaline make it their goal to reach the peak on the border separating China and Nepal.
However this exciting expedition is prone to many dangers as five... READ MORE »»
Shanel Anderson was delivering newspapers in the dark in Atlanta when her vehicle fell into a pond. Although she knew exactly where she was and repeatedly told 911 the streets she was located on, the 911 dispatchers could not find her on their map.
It took emergency services nearly 20 minutes to get to her. Anderson... READ MORE »»
911 dispatch centers' outdated technology has led to slow responses for urgent care.