The A-Blast

Annandale: una comunidad en riesgo

Emily Fruchterman, Co-Editor in Chief

March 8, 2011

No se puede evitar que el cambio venga a AHS.  Nuestro edificio está demasiado aglomerado que la junta escolar no puede permitir que esto continúe más.  Los pasillos tienen demasiados estudiantes, las colas en la cafetería...

AHS community at stake

Emily Fruchterman, Co-Editor in Chief

March 8, 2011

It is inevitable that change is coming to AHS; our building is simply too much over capacity for the school board to let the situation stand for any longer. Our hallways are simply too packed, our lunch lines too long and, even...

AHS is a better place to learn the world

Jeff Shim and Jeff Shim

November 16, 2010

In AHS hallways, students are exposed to students with very different backgrounds. We are not aware of the fact that this is a gift, but at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJHSST), it is rare to see any...

Seniors’ feelings about leaving for college

Haumaira Safi, Staff Writer

April 9, 2010

Senior Francisco Cornejo is on his way to class when he notices the bulletin board filled with seniors’ acceptance to various colleges has been updated. A rush of pride overcomes him for he knows pretty soon his name will be...

AHS recognized with JEA’s First Amendment Press Freedom Award

Esra Gokturk, Staff Writer

April 8, 2010

The Journalism Education Association has awarded AHS with the First Amendment Press Freedom Award. This honor is awarded annually by the JEA to a handful of schools across the nation. The award recognizes a school’s respect for...

Mr. Annandale crowned

Haumaira Safi, Staff Writer

March 10, 2010

This year’s annual Mr. Annandale competition proved to be entertaining, interesting and exciting as senior Charles Simpson took home the crown as “Mr. Annandale.” Mr. Annandale is an annual event hosted by the AHS Leadership during which senior and junior male...

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