Tag Archives: school
Posted on 25. Mar, 2014 by Becina Ganther.
Students and teachers discuss the importance of grades
By Becina Ganther, ’16
Senior Kathy Wu sits in front of her computer screen, waiting for the browser to open. Once her home page loads, she clicks on the link to the most visited site: PowerSchool.
Wu checks her grades every day, although recently she has been trying to decrease [...]
Posted on 25. Mar, 2014 by Anna-Maria Thalassinos.
Presence of Student Resource Officer creates mixed opinions among student body
There is a new addition to UAHS walking through the halls who is not fully welcomed by all students– and that is our new school resource officer (SRO), Jon Rice. UAHS is among one of the last school districts in Ohio to implement [...]
With many districts’ five allotted calamity days used up, Ohio legislators & educators look for ways to reduce extension
Posted on 28. Feb, 2014 by Alex Keller.
With no excused days left, Ohio schools resort to other options
Posted on 28. Feb, 2014 by Maria Grund.
If a student chooses to use electronic cigarettes, common courtesy should be practiced
By Maria Grund ‘14
Electronic cigarettes are not an uncommon sight among high school students. They can be found in the pockets or backpacks of many teenagers and their increased usage has become evident around UAHS.
Electronic cigarettes can be purchased relatively easier than regular [...]
Posted on 24. Jan, 2014 by Anna-Maria Thalassinos.
School stress from heavy workload brings health concerns to students
By Maria Grund ‘14 and Anna-Maria Thalassinos ‘14
Senior Sabrina Davis arrives at school around 7:45 a.m. every day. Before the first bell rings, Davis reviews notes for a test in one of her many higher level courses. She then attends her three morning IB classes, studies [...]
Posted on 13. Dec, 2013 by sroyer.
The novel The Fault in Our Stars is a story about life, love, and death. John Green, previous author of Looking for Alaska, an Abundance of Katherines, and Paper Towns weaves together life altering issues to create a book that attracts teens alike.
Posted on 24. Oct, 2013 by Anna-Maria Thalassinos.
By Principal Ryan McClure
The Upper Arlington High School is worthy of being known. Within the first few days of becoming principal, I learned history, tradition and points of pride around which the high school and community flourish. As I listened, teachers, students, and community members expressed the willingness of our students to meet high [...]