The Glue: Summer Already Comic is a one-part comic about how it's already summertime/summer break.
By Jack Gunther At Academy at the Lakes, there are some well-known jobs such as teachers, coaches, and the school counselor. But some jobs at AATL aren't as well known and we need to give everyone their well-deserved attention. One of the jobs people may not know much about is the admissions building and what... Continue Reading →
By: Emma Kittredge '24 She’s loud, she’s proud, she’s a mother of one, no doubt about it, her class is so much fun! It's Ms. Nadow, the Boston beauty. The Language Arts teacher from out of town. She is fierce strong woman who never lets anyone down and a positive leader for her students. She... Continue Reading →
By Katrina Halpern Have you ever wondered what it takes to complete a yearbook each year? The yearbook staff is a hard-working group, who won't rest until the yearbook is completed. If you were to join the yearbook staff in the Upper Division, you would experience how a fabulous staff works together. Being part of... Continue Reading →
Are phones hurting kids during school even if they are used for school purposes? Tests have been done and shown that phones have contributed in failing grades for many middle and high school students. These tests were done with two groups of Rutger students. To test if phones had an effect on students, Mr. Kang,... Continue Reading →
What is the STEM Club? STEM Club is a group of high school students with Mr. Burnley, their mentor. To join STEM Club, you must sign up, and be recruited. As the years go on, experience will come, and more jobs will open to you. But what do they actually do? The first four and... Continue Reading →
Kestrel's Vivian Olivera '24, Inara Zarak '24, Emma Kittredge '24, Victoria Mahabir '24, Briana Sosa '23, and Zsofia Vo '23 show their team spirit! 📸 Mrs. Sue Gunther Jude Abdullah '24, Vicki Flack '24, Inara Zarak '24, Eden Heller '24, Addison Baricak '24, Delaney Bowden '24, Mia Lamb '24, and Abigail Wicker '24 show that students from... Continue Reading →
During the week of April 7th, 2019, top swimmers from all over the country competed in the TYR Pro Swim Series event in Richmond, Virginia. Strangely enough, TYR is the name of the Norse God of warriors– athletes. In this meet, our fellow classmate, McKenna Smith ‘21, worked to advance further in the competition; as... Continue Reading →