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  • 2017 Can-a-thon

    2017 Can-a-thon

    Alexis Hardy, Section Editor

    November 30, 2017

    Mrs. Brackett/Ensley Spanish teacher stands with her cans. She is in the running with the most cans; she never thought her class would be this far ahead but now she is excited to know that her students really care. If she is to win, she will be excited but she’s just happy to know that her class is willing. She has rewarded her students with 5 extra credit points on a test for bringing in 5 or more cans. Not only is she giving them to her 5th period students, but to other students that bring cans as well.

  • Volleyball to Elite 8 @ STATE

    Volleyball to Elite 8 @ STATE

    October 19, 2017


  • Tribefest 2017 Photo Gallery

    Tribefest 2017 Photo Gallery

    October 14, 2017


    Bridgette, Mrs. Byrnes, and Rose are ready to show school spirit!

  • Softball Elite 8: STATE-BOUND

    Softball Elite 8: STATE-BOUND

    Whitney Sanford, Staff Writter

    October 11, 2017

                On Wednesday October 18th the Varsity softball punched their ticket to go to the Elite 8 Tournament, held in Columbus next Thursday, October 26th. They move on to the next round of the State tournament. This will be the first time Armuchee High has been to Columbus. In the first game of ...

Alexis Hardy, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017No Comments

For a long time, a controversial topic we have heard about is how schools should start earlier. Several schools in the western part of the state have pushed back the start time. Schools should start later, but no later than...

Kaylin Coffman, School News Editor

December 7, 2017No Comments

The attitude of fellow students affects the performance of the football team. Some of the students of AHS come out to every game to support the tribe, and they want to see the players do well. Some of the students who speak...

Allison Jackson, Editor

December 7, 2017No Comments

The Golden Rule that everyone knows, some people were raised by, but most do not abide by and follow is: “Treat others how you want to be treated.” By treating others with respect one can gain respect,  If everyone treated...

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