The Patriot Post would like to wish all juniors, sophomores, and freshman best of luck on the PSAT!
Sporting everything from gold afro wigs and tutus to black face paint, students showed true pride in their school.
The fourth day of Heritage Royale Homecoming Week flooded Heritage in color – one color for each class, that is.
Students sported curly blond wigs, leather jackets and zebra pinstripe pants, and carried fake guitars and electric keyboards with them to embrace their inner rocker.
Students sported pirate g(arrr)b today as AHS became “Treasure Island” for day two of Heritage Royale Homecoming Week.
AHS became “Caesar’s Palace” today.
Many players who live near AHS may have noticed that the school bell tower was a Pokéstop for the first few weeks after the app’s debut ‒ but the stop was removed.
Heritage students came out on top, with every student who attended the competition scoring at least one trophy.
For the 43rd annual National History Day Fair (NHD), six Heritage students traveled to Washington, D.C. to see their history projects, which they had worked on all year, finally reach the highest level of competition.
Titled “I am not a terrorist,” after a line from a movie, freshman Amber Bhutta’s essay won her a $500 Upstander Award.