• Get in the Know for Getting Back to School

    Get in the Know for Getting Back to School

    Vivianna DeNittis, Design & Graphics Editor

    August 7, 2017

    Summer is quietly coming to an end. The long pool days are fading away, as the drab weather brings the new school year in with it. While the last days of freedom should be savored, they should also be spent ensuring the impending year will be successful from the start. Schedule Pickup and Picture Day...

    Photo by Amelia Martinez.

  • AHS Student Media Attends J-Camp

    AHS Student Media Attends J-Camp

    Vivianna DeNittis, Design & Graphics Editor

    July 12, 2017

    As the remnants of 4th of July fireworks went off in neighborhood streets, the Arapahoe Herald news-magazine and Calumet yearbook staffs attended the Rocky Mountain Journalism Camp (J-Camp) at University of Colorado Boulder. 14 editors and staff members from both media staffs committed four days out...

  • Last Minute Studying For Finals

    Last Minute Studying For Finals

    Grace Adamson and Murielle Hecomovich

    May 22, 2017

    We all are studying for final the night before or even the period before. While it may not be the smartest thing to do, it may be the time to do the best studying. Here are some tips to make the most of your time and to retain the most information.   Don’t just reread the study guide but ...

  • Summer Bucket List

    Summer Bucket List

    Grace Adamson and Murielle Hecomovich

    May 22, 2017

    As the last day of school rounds the corner and the typical question, what are you gonna do this summer becomes a conversation? Hang out with friends Go on a road trip Travel somewhere new Try a new food Read a book you have always wanted to Try a new summer recipe Go to a concert ...

  • Not a High School Success Story

    Not a High School Success Story

    Courtney Brown, Journalist

    May 22, 2017

    I’m a junior, and I really thought that I would have had it figured out by now. I don’t think I had unrealistic expectations for myself as a freshman, but I really thought I would be better at this whole school thing. I won’t bore you with my GPA or class rank, because there are just so many...

  • Spring Sports Review

    Spring Sports Review

    Turner Pruitt, Zach Goodman, and Brandon Dryer

    May 19, 2017

    Summer is almost here and that means MOST of the spring sports seasons have concluded. An emphasis on most was made because Girls Soccer and Girls Lacrosse have seasons that are still going. Let’s take a look back at every team this spring. Baseball- The baseball team made its first playoff in 3 years. ...

  • Coda Coffee

    Coda Coffee

    Walter Wacaser, Reporter

    May 19, 2017

    If you had not noticed, the school cafeteria now has Coda Coffee for sale. This actually happened a couple weeks ago, but no one has commented on it so I thought i would give my thoughts and opinions on what the coffee tastes like and whether it is worth it.   Before I give my opinion, I want everyone t...

  • Are You Celebrating Mother’s Day Right?

    Are You Celebrating Mother’s Day Right?

    Xavier Maier, Editor

    May 19, 2017

    Mother’s Day has come and gone, just as it has every year. Most people in America took yesterday to spend time showing their mothers how appreciated their actions and sacrifices really are. However, it is easy to overlook the importance of this holiday. I’m not saying people don’t appreciate their...

  • Not For Sale

    Not For Sale

    May 16, 2017

    Artists' statement: “Sex trafficking is a prevalent issue occurring all over Colorado, America, and the world. Our project aims to disturb and also to educate. Proverbs 31:8-9 says: ‘Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly;...

Girls Soccer Heads to State Championship with 2-0 Win Over Broomfield.

Henry Kline, Reporter

What was one of the most highly anticipated games of spring sports ended in glory for the Arapahoe Women’s soccer team. A 2-0 victory over Broomfield sealed the girls a trip to the state championship game on Wednesday May 24th at ...

May 22, 2017No Comments

Looking back at NHL predictions

May 22, 2017

Spring Sports Review

Spring Sports Review

May 19, 2017

Spear Broadcast Podcast #7 Paper Airplanes

Spear Broadcast Podcast #7 Paper Airplanes

May 7, 2017

T-Pru and Scotty Do: Boys Lax Szn Just Getting Started

T-Pru and Scotty Do: Boys Lax Szn Just Getting Started

April 28, 2017

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Upcoming Games

Denver Day of Rock: Free Concert for a Great Cause!

Becca Schwisow, Herald Copy Editor

This Saturday, May 27, come to 16th Street Mall and enjoy a free day of concerts supporting Amp the Cause. This non-profit organization benefits over fifty local children’s charities. Donations will be taken at the show, and VIP packages are available to purchase for $250. This year there will be around 20 artists from Colorado and across the country. Five stages...

May 24, 2017No Comments

Beauty School

Beauty School

Kendra Sullivan, Herald Repoter

Mitchell Ritema, a senior at Arapahoe, is balancing both cosmetology school and high school. He goes to Colorado’s Finest Cosmetology Academy while he is still working to e...

May 22, 2017No Comments

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Get in the Know for Getting Back to School

Get in the Know for Getting Back to School

Vivianna DeNittis, Design & Graphics Editor

Summer is quietly coming to an end. The long pool days are fading away, as the drab weather brings the new school year in with it. While the last days of freedom should be savored, they should also be spent ensuring the impending...

August 7, 2017No Comments

AHS Student Media Attends J-Camp

AHS Student Media Attends J-Camp

Vivianna DeNittis, Design & Graphics Editor

As the remnants of 4th of July fireworks went off in neighborhood streets, the Arapahoe Herald news-magazine and Calumet yearbook staffs attended the Rocky Mountain Journalism Camp (J-Camp) at University of Colorado Boulder....

July 12, 20171 Comment

Sleep Disorders

Sleep Disorders

Anna McCollister, Journalist

As teenagers, school, sports, jobs, and other activities often take up a majority of our lives and prevent us from getting an adequate amount of sleep. It is true that a lot of people have irregular sleep patterns, especially as ...

May 12, 2017No Comments

Sleep Disorders

As teenagers, school, sports, jobs, and other activities often take up a majority of our lives and prevent us from getting an adequate amount of sleep. It is true that a lot of people have irregular sleep patterns, especially as ...

May 12, 2017No Comments

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Human’s Competitive Nature

Anna McCollister, Journalist

It seems like over the years competition levels have risen. Sports seasons have been extended to where it is not out of the ordinary to practice year round. In order to compete with other teams now during...

May 24, 2017No Comments

Letter to Incoming Freshman

Letter to Incoming Freshman

May 22, 2017

Coda Coffee

Coda Coffee

May 19, 2017

Are You Celebrating Mother’s Day Right?

Are You Celebrating Mother’s Day Right?

May 19, 2017

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