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The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School

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The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School

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Award recipients and student crew pose for a photo in the TV studio. From left: sophomore Leo Dienstfrey, sophomore Marisa Vidal, junior Lashelle Sakyi, junior Gryphon Magnus, junior Ben Delnegro, junior Lester “Rocky” Hernandez, junior Sarah McBurney, senior Max Rocchio, senior Alison Avelar and junior Aidan Hill

Celebrating Tomorrow’s Filmmakers 

Yahney-Marie Sangaré, Editor May 9, 2023
TV Media students do a lot more than just produce the morning announcements. This year, students from ACHS’s TV & Media Production classes placed in two major competitions -- SkillsUSA’s national Broadcast News Production competition and C-SPAN’s Studentcam documentary competition. On Monday, May 8, a ceremony honored the seven students who placed. Attendees included Superintendent Dr. Melanie Kay-Wyatt and C-SPAN Director of Education Craig McAndrew. The event was emceed by senior Jacob Sanchez. 
After Impact Award Win, Titan Robotics Whizzes to Worlds

After Impact Award Win, Titan Robotics Whizzes to Worlds

April 18, 2023
For the second year in a row, Titan Robotics is heading to the FIRST Championship, the global competition for high school robotics teams. Titan Robotics, also called FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) Team 5587, qualified for the April 19-22 competition in Houston, Texas after winning the prestigious Impact award at the Chesapeake District Championship in early April.
One Act Wonders

One Act Wonders

January 28, 2023
The ACHS Theatre Department held its annual One Act Play Festival Competition on January 6 and 7 in the auditorium. Five plays— Dinner with the MacGuffins; I’m Okay Now, Poppa; The S-Word; Just a Stage He’s Going Through; and Malaika Sings the Blues— were featured. Just a Stage He’s Going Through placed first and moved onto the District level.
Science Olympiads Spotlight

Science Olympiads Spotlight

May 6, 2022
Every year, thousands of schools across the country compete as ‘Science Olympiads,’ putting their knowledge and skills to the test as they formulate, create, and innovate a variety of devices within the field. With Science Olympiads on track to garner similar popularity to its Mathletes counterpart, Alexandria City High School has recently created its own division, ready to participate in all levels of competition.
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