The Making of a “Midnight in Paris”

Morgan Jones | Reporter Each year, the junior class officers are tasked with planning one of the biggest parts of the American high school experience: prom, a special evening for upperclassmen to make memories together as they near graduation. Current junior class officer Sophia Trinkle said that the planning process began with finding a charming theme that all attendees would enjoy. “We looked through a … Continue reading The Making of a “Midnight in Paris”

Q&A with Washington State Commit Nathaniel James

Stephen Dumeyer | Reporter Q: What made Washington State so appealing? A: One of the main components that made it really appealing was that it is a small compact town; the hospitality of the people that lived there, not even those that work with the school. The [small town] down there is number one and number two is that the coaches and the players and … Continue reading Q&A with Washington State Commit Nathaniel James

Dameion Smith Inducted into U-Indy Hall of Fame

Savannah Abshire | Reporter In February of 2019, Dameion Smith, a teacher and coach at Avon High School, was inducted into the Hall of Fame of University of Indianapolis for his achievements in Track and Field. Smith had many achievements throughout his high school and college career including being the 2004 Brooker Male Athlete of the Year, 2004 D-II National Champion in hammer throw, six … Continue reading Dameion Smith Inducted into U-Indy Hall of Fame

Purdue Glee Club Performs at AHS

Elshadai Aberra|Social Media Editor On Friday, April 12 Purdue’s male choir group, the Purdue Glee Club, performed in our school’s very own auditorium. The program was primarily a fundraiser for AHS’ choir program, but simultaneously served as an advertisement for AHS’ choir members to join Purdue’s choir program when they enter college. The men of the Purdue Glee Club were not the only performers that … Continue reading Purdue Glee Club Performs at AHS

AP Stat Students Assist Firefighters

Morgan Jones | Reporter Over spring break, Ms. Leahy’s AP Statistics students were given the opportunity to help save lives alongside the Washington Township Avon Fire Department. Initially contacted by the department, Ms. Leahy said that she jumped at the opportunity. “[They] wanted to know if it was possible for us to look at numbers and analyze them,” Ms. Leahy said. “To tell if firefighters … Continue reading AP Stat Students Assist Firefighters

AHS Orchestras Earn Perfect Scores at ISSMA

Laura Ryle | Reporter History has been made this past weekend as two of Avon High School’s competing orchestras earned gold with distinction at the Indiana State School Music Association contest on April 13. The Intermezzo and Philharmonic Orchestras left a mark at Monrovia High School last weekend, being the only two groups from that location to place a gold with distinction, a title that … Continue reading AHS Orchestras Earn Perfect Scores at ISSMA

Sticky post

Avon World Guard Brings Home Gold at World Championships

By Brannigan Watson | Web Managing Editor It was a very successful spring break for the Avon World Guard in Dayton, Ohio. From April 4 to April 6, the Avon High School World Guard was competing at Winter Guard International World Championships and defended their title of World Champions. Sophomore Riehley Johnson said that the win was a highlight of her life. “It was a … Continue reading Avon World Guard Brings Home Gold at World Championships

Girls’ Rugby Season Commences

Elshadai Aberra| Social Media Editor     Avon girls’ rugby season has just begun and is only moving forward. The girls played their first scrimmage against Pike on March 19 and even though there was no score or winner, the scrimmage managed to aide the team in figuring out what they need to work on for the rest of the season and what they are … Continue reading Girls’ Rugby Season Commences