John Weston:The Person He is a teacher, a water polo player, UCSB and Humboldt graduate, a cook, an expert wood worker, and an Ashland High School legend. He is a man of many talents and many experiences with one overarching theme through it all: he is a ubiquitously personable man. Initially after high school, he […]
Did you miss Celebrity Day last week? Here are some pictures to catch you up!
There are many doors at Ashland High that lead to the unknown, places that even the recently graduated seniors had never seen; the main cause being pure fear. They ran, but not us. We are the bravest students at AHS, and because of that it is our duty to explore the unknown, wherever it may […]
This summer there is an amazing opportunity for any young student who currently plays a string instrument. Creekside Strings, founded by Duane Whitcomb, is holding their annual Summer Fiddle Camp for children ages 6 to 13. This year the camp will be held August 6th through the 10th. Creekside Fiddle Camp has been running since the summer […]
Every spring, eight of Ashland High School’s best young men come together to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network in the annual Mr. Grizz pageant. This year, freshmen Paul Shubat and Gabe Lehrburger, sophomores Gabe Young and Seve Bortman, juniors Jericho Apollo and Brandon Vaughan and seniors Garret Ewing and Forrest Kollar represented the […]
Grizz Garden is a name that the majority of Ashland students are not familiar with. Since the dismemberment of the Wilderness Charter School, there has been a vacancy in the plot next to the lower track field where once vibrant alternative classes were held, but not anymore. Last year, Sophie Javna, with a small group […]
The Ashland High School’s GCC (Global Citizens Corps) on Saturday, April 28 hosted the group LiNK (Liberty in North Korea) at school to raise awareness for the human rights crisis in North Korea. A documentary was presented before the public; it showed how a group of refugees were rescued after they crossed North Korea’s highly […]
Learn about the process NASA used to convert raw black-and-white images into color ones. Then, try the process for yourself, in just 5 minutes time!
This December, AHS Junior Brandon Vaughan will be traveling to Antarctica to summit Mt. Vaughan. At a young age, Vaughan first heard the story about Norman, his Great-Grand Uncle, and his mountain. Brandon’s mother had a couple of Norman’s books and Brandon had the opportunity to read them. Vaughan expresses being “so impressed with Norman’s […]