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Q&A with Basketball Coach Holloway

By Laura Ryle | Reporter What made you become a basketball coach? I played basketball. I went to Muncie Central, and at the time it was something everybody was doing. They loved their basketball, so I got into it and started playing. I wasn’t very good at first. There were some really good players on the team, so it motivated me to want to play … Continue reading Q&A with Basketball Coach Holloway

Keeping Up with the Clubs: What is JAG?

By Tierra Harris | Web Editor-in-Chief The JAG (Jobs for America’s Graduates) program welcomes students of all different backgrounds and personalities who all have one initial goal: discovering themselves and their purpose for life after high school. Led by Ms. MaryAnne Abramson, students have been able to take a variety of field trips, listen to guest speakers and earn incentives for reaching goals. They have … Continue reading Keeping Up with the Clubs: What is JAG?

AHS Peer Pals and Interact Club Host Annual Carnival

By Savannah Abshire | Reporter It was all fun and games at the Peer Pals carnival on the 8th of November. The Interact Club and Peer Pals teamed up to put on a carnival for the students in the Special Education department at Avon High School. Lauren Dennig, one of the officers of Peer Pals, said they had several people there. “I would guess 20-25 … Continue reading AHS Peer Pals and Interact Club Host Annual Carnival

‘The Echo’ Places in Top 10 at National High School Journalism Convention

Avon High School’s newspaper, The Echo, was recognized over the weekend as a top student publication in the country. The award — a seventh-place “Best of Show” for newspapers 16 pages or fewer — was announced in Dallas, Texas at the NSPA/JEA National High School Journalism Convention, a conference attended by nearly 5,000 students from across the country. “It was honestly surreal,” said senior Claire … Continue reading ‘The Echo’ Places in Top 10 at National High School Journalism Convention

Swimming and Diving Team Looks Forward to Upcoming Season

  By Savannah Abshire | Reporter The Avon Orioles Swim and Dive team has splashed their way into the season. The girls’ team started their season on the 23rd of October with the boys following on the 6th of November. The swimmers are excited for the high school season as they get to compete and represent Avon. “I think the team is most excited to … Continue reading Swimming and Diving Team Looks Forward to Upcoming Season

New Language Honors Societies Come to Avon High School

Tara Martin | Reporter French Honor Society and Japanese Honor Society are both new to Avon High School this year. They will allow high-achievers to participate in language based activities outside of class. National Honor Society members are also awarded upon graduation for their performance and dedication to the language. Senior and secretary of French Honor Society Julie Sercer said that it is focused on … Continue reading New Language Honors Societies Come to Avon High School

AHS’s Thespian Troupe 8320 Wins Regional Competition

By Claire Rightley | Editor-in-Chief On Nov. 11, a cast of seven students stood in front of many fellow high school thespians along with several judges to perform the play Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl at Manchester University. This performance was for a regional competition in hopes of qualifying to perform at the Indiana Thespian State Conference in January. The show not only qualified for the first … Continue reading AHS’s Thespian Troupe 8320 Wins Regional Competition

A Reflection on President Trump’s First Year in Office

By Cameron Sowder | Reporter On November 8, 2016, citizens of the United States elected Donald Trump as president. Trump made many, many promises in his election campaign and while it may seem like he should already be elbow deep in doing what he told the American people he would do, the problems and situations he vowed to end can be much more complicated than … Continue reading A Reflection on President Trump’s First Year in Office

Favorite Moments of the Fall Sports Season

Between boys’ tennis, girls’ golf, cross country, soccer, football and volleyball, Oriole athletes piled up more than 100 wins this fall. Those wins included a state championship by the volleyball team and sectional titles by the football and boys’ cross country teams. (The football team looks to extend its post-season run tonight in a regional matchup against Center Grove.) In addition to those signature victories, … Continue reading Favorite Moments of the Fall Sports Season