• 4 AMHS seniors sign letters of intent to play college athletics: Christian Roetter to play soccer at Western Washington University, Vaughn Daggs to play football at University of Idaho, Gavin Robertson to play football at University of Arizona, and Gresch Jensen to play football at University of Montana January 26, 2016

AMHS annual plant sale is almost here

Sarah Saladis, Reporter

April 28, 2016

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                            Next week, on May 5th through May 7th the AMHS Horticulture class will be putting on their annual Plant Sale. The sale will be in the school’s greenhouse located in the same pa... Read more »

AMHS softball dominates the season

Megan Butler, Reporter

April 22, 2016

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Win after win, the girls’ softball team has had a great start to their 2016 season. Led by Coach Thompson and senior Marissa Petrovich they are second in the league with only one loss to the 1st place Enumclaw Hornets. The team o... Read more »

Prepping for the finale Pep Assembly

Fatin Kassem, Reporter

April 22, 2016

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AMHS ASB is getting ready for the final pep assembly of the school year. “In leadership we pick a theme for the assembly then choose different games for students to play.” Junior Cassidy McCandless says. Leadership students... Read more »

King County Metro assault

Mauricio Mariona, Reporter

April 22, 2016

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In recent news, a 39 year old Metro Bus passenger was arrested for assaulting a 65 year old bus driver. The passenger was reported to be causing a large nuisance to the bus environment by yelling and cursing at the other ... Read more »

Students to take the SBA

Brahm Trujillo, Reporter

April 22, 2016

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On April 27th and 28th students will be taking the SBA which stands for smarter balanced assessment, this form of testing helps show where grades 3-8 and  high school students are at as a group and individually. This Year... Read more »

UC Berkeley student kicked off Southwest Airlines flight after speaking Arabic

Carlos Gomez, Reporter

April 22, 2016

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Khairuldeen Makhzoomi was removed from a Southwest airplane for speaking on the phone in Arabic. Now he’s pushing for an apology from the airline and spreading the word about what happened, which he calls a clear case of Islam... Read more »

Future Freshman Night

Sarah Saladis, Reporter

April 8, 2016

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8th grade students are beginning to feel the pressure of their next chapter in life; only a few short months till the graduating class of 2020 joins the student body of Auburn Mountainview High School.   On April 19th,... Read more »

Students struggle with registration

Armaan Kang, Reporter

April 8, 2016

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With the school year ending, and the class of 2016 going off to colleges or doing their own thing, it’s time for the current freshman, sophomores, and juniors to register for their classes next year. Each week starting at the... Read more »

Exciting booths at the multicultural fair

Emma Kunst, Reporter

April 8, 2016

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Every year here at AMHS our student body puts on the multicultural fair where there are performances from different cultures. There are also a large variety of different booths throughout the commons, at each booth students... Read more »

Robotics goes to Portland

Steven Grubb, Reporter

April 8, 2016

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This weekend FRC team 2907 Lion Robotics will be traveling south to the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland OR. They will be competing in the FIRST PNW District championships hoping to place high enough to qualify for the 2... Read more »

Andrews awarded $50 million

Megan Butler, Reporter

March 22, 2016

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Earlier this week sports announcer Erin Andrews was awarded 55 million dollars after her trial in court about a stalker taking nude videos of her and posting them on social media.  The trial was held in Nashville and was a very... Read more »

Explosion rocks Seattle neighborhood

Hannah Hawley, Reporter

March 22, 2016

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An explosion in Seattle, Washington on Wednesday morning sent nine firefighters to the hospital and leveled businesses to the ground. The explosion was reportedly caused by a natural gas leak. Firefighters were responding... Read more »