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


Mr. Sneakers: Alexandria Citys True Mascot

Mr. Sneakers: Alexandria City’s True Mascot

June 12, 2023
Mr. Sneakers is one of Alexandria City High School’s greatest anomalies. You might have seen him in someone’s hand while walking to the bathroom, scaring people crossing its path, or even thrown in the bushes by Parker Grey Stadium by sophomores who want to get rid of the infamous taxidermied squirrel. Many ACHS students, current and past, will have Mr. Sneakers etched in their minds forever. Is that a good thing? Only time will tell, but it’s certainly something.
The ACHS Choir performs O Love by Elaine Hagenberg at Edison High School for their district assessment.

Choir Consistently Conquers Competition

James Libresco, Staff Writer May 3, 2023
The ACHS Choir is a staple school program that is regularly recognized on state and national levels. Comprised of an Advanced choir, Mixed Concert choir, and Colore Dolce (women's choir), the group is led by Conductor Theodore Thorpe III. They have had an excellent year, collecting “Superior” ratings left and right, and winning competitions against schools from across the country.
Darius Bivins weaves through South County defenders. / Theogony photo by James Libresco

Titans Gallup Past Stallions, 56-54

James Libresco, Editor March 8, 2023
On Tuesday, February 21, the Alexandria City Titans stunned the South County Stallions in a comeback thriller to win their Occoquan regional quarterfinal game, 56-54.
Titans Football Season Highlights

Titans Football Season Highlights

October 15, 2022
After going on a 4-1 streak through the non-conference portion of their schedule, last Friday the Alexandria City Titans came up short in their first conference game of the season. The hard-fought 50-28 loss was to the undefeated Lake Braddock Bruins.

Shows Instead of Prose: The Value of TV Shows in the Classroom

April 1, 2022
Television plays a huge role in the way people see the world. Shows can provide entertainment, distraction, and a connection to pop culture. But Titans say that they can also be educational. Theogony kidnapped multiple Titans and ACHS teachers to learn more about the Titan community’s views on the impact of TV shows on students. 
Titans Defeat Number One Lions On Senior Night, 47-46

Titans Defeat Number One Lions On Senior Night, 47-46

February 14, 2022
The Titans crushed Fairfax High School in the Boys Basketball game, 47-46, at The Garden on February 11, 2022, which was also the Titans’ Senior Night and the last official game of the season, excluding playoffs. 
Titans Boys Basketball Lose Another Close One Against Bruins, 80-84

Titans Boys’ Basketball Lose Another Close One Against Bruins, 80-84

February 6, 2022
For the second time this week, A.C. Titans faced off against the Lake Braddock Bruins in Boys Basketball on Wednesday, February 2, 2022, 80-84, at Lake Braddock. This puts the Titans at a 7-7 status for the current season. 

Titans Lose to Bruins In Final Seconds, 82-81

February 3, 2022
The Titans boys basketball team lost a tough battle at home against the Lake Braddock Bruins Monday night, 82-81.
The Readers Journey (to Find a Good Book)

The Reader’s Journey (to Find a Good Book)

December 16, 2021
At ACHS, reading is a big part of life for many Titans. With multiple book clubs and reading spaces, like the sprawling library, some consider being a reader part of their identity. “I think it's really neat how authors can capture entire worlds and cultures, and even create some from their own mind,” said junior Grace Grenn, who loves to read fantasy.
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