The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School

Theogony

The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School

Theogony

The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School

Theogony

Creator, Speaker, Role Model

Creator, Speaker, Role Model

May 30, 2023
During her four years at Alexandria City High School, Miracle Gross has gone above and beyond to be involved in the school community. From being in the National Honors Society to running her own small business, there is not much that she hasn’t done! Now, Gross is getting ready to graduate and will be continuing her studies at Hampton University. Also known as, “the Black Ivy League and my home by the Sea,” as said by Gross. 
Seniors Behind School Spirit

Seniors Behind School Spirit

May 19, 2023
Leadership is an elective open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors. In Mrs. Cordero and Mr. Henry’s leadership class, students learn valuable skills like communication, effective planning, and other professional social tactics. Students help plan school-wide events and engage in the community. To thank our seniors for their hard work these past four years, we interviewed them about their favorite leadership experiences throughout high school.
Emily Milton

Emily Milton

Yahney-Marie Sangaré, Editor May 9, 2023
Theogony celebrates our School Board student representative senior editor: the activist, future political strategist Emily Milton.
Nora sits in the Uptowner Cafe in Old Town, Alexandria.

Nora Malone

Yahney-Marie Sangaré, Editor May 9, 2023
Theogony celebrates our only two-year senior editor: the thespian, future museum technician Nora Malone.
Guy Cardwell plays frisbee.

Guy Cardwell

Yahney-Marie Sangaré, Editor May 9, 2023
Theogony celebrates our only male senior editor: the columnist, future economist Guy Cardwell.
A Sustainable Spotlight

A Sustainable Spotlight

February 28, 2023
Passionate teachers are hard to find these days, but Patrick Earle is one of the good ones! Mr. Earle is a multi-subject teacher at ACHS who creates a fun and engaging learning environment. He has a lot of environmental knowledge that he enjoys sharing with today’s youth.
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.
Spotlight on AP Modern Reanimation

Spotlight on AP Modern Reanimation

April 1, 2022
Alexandria City High School is proud to be one of the first schools in the nation to have the newest AP Science Course, AP Modern Reanimation. This course is a hands-on science lab that focuses on self-paced student projects.

Contrasting Interests Collide at Cereal and Coloring Club

March 23, 2022
Cereal and coloring is an unlikely pair, but it has been merged together at Alexandria City High School to form the Cereal and Coloring Club (CCC). In mid-February, the CCC was formed, and since then, members have enjoyed a new cereal weekly while coloring in coloring books to relax.

Spotlight on Mrs. Tran, Her Story to Becoming the Academy Six Principal

March 11, 2022
Mrs. Maggie Tran is the Academy Six Principal at ACHS. She had previously worked as a high school history teacher, which was a decision that came naturally to her. “My parents were really into history…and I always enjoyed working with children…and people,” she said. “I find the study of history incredibly important, and something that really helped me make sense of the world…I still apply that to my life today.”
Spotlight on Mr. Burch, an Advocate for Extracurriculars

Spotlight on Mr. Burch, an Advocate for Extracurriculars

March 10, 2022
Michael Burch is in his second year as an assistant principal in Academy 3. Previously the assistant athletic director and volleyball coach at Alexandria City High School, Burch is passionate about extracurricular activities and encourages students to get involved. 
Mr. Thompson sits on his desk, smiling and holding a walkie-talkie.

Work Hard, Stay Kind: Spotlight on Academy 2 Principal, Mr. Thompson

Yahney-Marie Sangaré, Staff Writer February 4, 2022
Mr. Christopher Thompson is the Academy 2 principal at Alexandria City High School. Throughout his years, he has been a U.S. Marine, gone to Harvard University, and worked on capitol hill. His story begins in Jamaica, where he lived until moving to Florida at 11. 
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