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Arcadia High School Constitution Team Competes At State Competition
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Arcadia High School Constitution Team Competes At State Competition

By Sarah Wang The constitution of the United States starts with three famous words: “We the people.” Coincidentally, those three words also begin the name of Arcadia High School’s (AHS) We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution team. Over this past weekend, its brilliant members competed at the state competition but unfortunately did not…

Five Arcadia High Athletes Sign to Play in NCAA Division I & II
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Five Arcadia High Athletes Sign to Play in NCAA Division I & II

By AUSD Digital Communications Intern Jasmine Oang Five Arcadia High student-athletes have signed to play in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Seniors Ayala Plummer, Haley Kennedy, Jeffrey Castillo, Lauren Ko, and Rachelle Yang ended 2018 with commitments to continue their academic and sports careers at top schools in NCAA Divisions 1 and 2. Arcadia…

Arcadia High Graduate Killed in Suicide Bombing in Afghanistan
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Arcadia High Graduate Killed in Suicide Bombing in Afghanistan

By Terry Miller An Arcadia High School graduate was among those killed in a suicide bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan, this week, his family said Wednesday. Mano “Paul” Kamaleson, 55, had just returned to Kabul from a holiday break in Chicago with his family, where they lived before moving to Afghanistan, said his sister Ruth Loisel…

Arcadia Glides Past Burbank for 10th Straight Win
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Arcadia Glides Past Burbank for 10th Straight Win

By Aaron Valdez It’s no secret that Arcadia girls’ basketball has got something special going on this season as the team enters the final stretch. What’s even more impressive is that despite compiling a conservative 12-13 record last year, the Apaches have come back full fore this time around. The team’s stellar play this season…

Arcadia’s Furious Comeback Falls Just Short in Loss to Monrovia
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Arcadia’s Furious Comeback Falls Just Short in Loss to Monrovia

By Aaron Valdez By the end of the first half in this match-up between Arcadia and Monrovia boys’ basketball, it appeared the game was already done and dusted. The Wildcats had opened up a sizable 34-25 lead as they overwhelmed the Apaches with their physicality and toughness. Monrovia’s scrappy defense bullied Arcadia into multiple turnovers,…

Sue Drops 29 as Arcadia Molly Wops Muir for Third League Win
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Sue Drops 29 as Arcadia Molly Wops Muir for Third League Win

By Aaron Valdez Right before the season hits its one-month mark, Arcadia girls’ basketball continues to steamroll the competition as Ashley Sue and the rest of the team outclassed Muir 84-39 in the third game of Pacific League action on Tuesday. It has been a remarkable year for Arcadia sports as the football and girls’…

Arcadia High School Students Promoting Literacy Club Hosts Book Drive
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Arcadia High School Students Promoting Literacy Club Hosts Book Drive

All throughout Arcadia High School (AHS), students are immersed in a variety of opportunities for community service. One event that was especially unique was AHS’s Students Promoting Literacy club’s book drive, held from Dec. 3 to Dec. 7. Led by officer team members President Natalie Samadi, Vice President Rachel Lee, Secretary Kenna Gao, Treasurer Matthew…

Arcadia Apaches Cash in With League-Opening Win Over Burbank
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Arcadia Apaches Cash in With League-Opening Win Over Burbank

By Aaron Valdez The Arcadia girls’ soccer team is wasting no time as only three games into the season the Apaches handily defeated Burbank 6-0 in their first Pacific League match-up on Tuesday. “Obviously, it feels great,” said eight-year Head Coach Ryen Piszyk on getting the first win. “We have lots of new faces, lots…

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