The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School


The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School


The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School


Upcoming Senior Events

April 27, 2022
As the final weeks of the year approach, the calendar is full of events. Throughout late May and early June, seniors will have many opportunities to celebrate their final year at AC. Below is a detailed list of all the events seniors have to look forward to.

Students Honored for Hard Work in Titan P.R.I.D.E. Assembly

March 14, 2022
On March 1, five students from each learning academy were honored in the 2nd quarter titan pride assembly. Each academy chose students that exemplify at least one characteristic of the acronym P.R.I.D.E.: preparation, respect, integrity, determination, and excellence. 
And The Prom Theme Is...

And The Prom Theme Is…

February 28, 2022
For the first time since 2019, ACHS will host a prom on Saturday, May 7. After two years of prom being canceled due to COVID-19, students are eager to attend the spring event.
Governors Health Sciences Academy and Guaranteed Admissions

Governor’s Health Sciences Academy and Guaranteed Admissions

February 9, 2022
In the 2018-2019 school year, a new program was introduced at ACHS called the Governor’s Health Sciences Academy (GHSA), a partnership between ACHS and the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences (GW SMHS). Its goal is to “address the workforce shortage of qualified healthcare workers in Virginia and the wider US,” according to the ACPS website.

2021 Wrap

December 19, 2021
This year has been another chaotic year, from another year of the pandemic to being able to return to in-person school. With another year comes new fashion trends, album releases, and trends. Below are some of the best trends, releases, and events broken down.

Friday Night Lights Gallery Photos

November 11, 2021

Photos from the Last Regular Season Home Football Game vs West Springfield High School Moira SiroisStaff Writer

Students Adjust to Non-Traditional Lunch

Students Adjust to Non-Traditional Lunch

October 13, 2021
Instead of the traditional lunch block schedule that A.C. previously used, where four lunches would go in shifts, there is now one  74-minute lunch period. Students can use this time to get work done, see teachers and friends, in addition to eating lunch.
Quarantine Trends: Whats Hot and Whats Not

Quarantine Trends: What’s Hot and What’s Not

October 20, 2020
During quarantine people are finding new ways to take up their time; online shopping is a big part of that. LED lights, blue light glasses, and masks have been a part of these last few months.
Zooming Through the Rest of the Year

Zooming Through the Rest of the Year

May 4, 2020
With a little over a month of distance learning completed, students have had time to get used to a new style of learning.
He Finally Came Clean... Sort Of

He Finally Came Clean… Sort Of

March 28, 2020
A few months ago, we wrote an article about a social media influencer named Paul Zimmer. He first got famous on (now TikTok) and then gained a following on Instagram and YouTube. He dropped all social media accounts after people started a hashtag #banpaulzimmer to ban him from because he was scamming his fans. He disappeared until fall of this year when he posted on Instagram claiming someone named Troy Becker, a 16-year-old actor, looked exactly like him.
Is the Womens March Still Strong Three Years Later?

Is the Women’s March Still Strong Three Years Later?

February 20, 2020

Students' Opinions on Annual Protest Moira Sirois and Katie Vastola This year marks the fourth annual women’s march, January 18, 2020. The women’s march started in 2017, at the time of Trump’s...

Do Parental Monitoring Apps go too Far?

Do Parental Monitoring Apps go too Far?

February 20, 2020
Apps that let parents monitor their kids’ phones are controversial. Parents feel the need to supervise their kids’ activity online, while kids and teens do not want their location checked or their devices controlled. Although it is important to watch over your child, some apps take it too far.
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