• November 17Monday Carter earns Honorable Mention at State One Act Competition
  • November 17Dia Chiusano awarded Best Performer at State One Act Competition
  • November 11One Act play heads off to State Competition on Thursday, November 12th
  • November 11Uniforms return for the rest of the semester

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The 39 Steps Takes the Stage

The 39 Steps Takes the Stage
November 18, 2020

This Fall at AGS, eighteen girls, including seven crew members put on a production of 39 Steps: A Live Radio Play inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s classic film. The play follows a man named Richard Hannay,...

2020 Election Results

On Saturday, Biden supporters took to the streets, celebrating his win across Atlanta
November 11, 2020

After days of counting votes, it was announced on Saturday, November 7th that Joe Biden has won the 2020 presidential race and is the president-elect of the United States of America. Currently holding...

2020 Election November 4th Update

2020 Election November 4th Update
November 4, 2020

As of 2:30 on Wednesday November 4th, Biden is projected to have 237 electoral votes, Trump is projected to have 213 electoral votes, and the number to get is 270. Although Wisconsin is projected for...

Teacher Appreciation Week

Created By: Ms. Breunig
May 3, 2020

Calling all AGS students! It's teacher appreciation week which means it’s time to let our teachers know how much they mean to us. Throughout the year, our teachers devote their time to supporting us,...

Virtual Talent Show Winners

Lila
May 2, 2020

Congratulations to all of our talent show winners! We are excited to announce the top three community selections, as well as the winners of the judge's pick. Thank you to everyone who submitted to the...

5 Activities you can do that are Quarantine Friendly

5 Activities you can do that are Quarantine Friendly
April 21, 2020

After being in quarantine for five weeks, people have been feeling a range of different emotions. Some people have been happy about not having to go outside. However, there are other people who can’t...

Standardized Tests and AP Exams

Standardized Tests and AP Exams
April 21, 2020

Due to COVID-19, numerous SAT and ACT dates have been canceled, though they both plan on continuing testing in the fall. Hopefully, we will all be able to get back to our normal lives soon, but there...

The New Online School Schedule

The New Online School Schedule
April 17, 2020

As many of you may know, Ms. Parker recently sent out a new school schedule that’s a better fit for online school. Our administrators have been working very hard to get feedback from students, teachers,...

Virtual Assembly, April 8th

Virtual Assembly, April 8th
April 7, 2020

Special thanks to Lindsey Geer, Monday Carter, and Mikhaila Doyle for making this video! Announcement Highlights: Since we won’t be having Horizon Day, please still wear your team colors or AGS...

The 2020 Presidential Election and Primaries

The 2020 Presidential Election and Primaries
April 6, 2020

2020 is a very important election year, and right now we are in the midst of the primaries. Most of the primaries have either been postponed or states have extended deadlines for voting through the mail...

The Laurel Leaf is Back!

The Laurel Leaf is Back!
April 6, 2020

COVID-19 is dispersing through the world like wildfire. Nations all over the globe are enforcing hard lockdowns and executive orders at an insurmountable rate. Here in Georgia, Governor Kemp has recently...

Getting Back Into the Swing of School After Spring Break

Getting Back Into the Swing of School After Spring Break
March 10, 2020

  At the end of Spring Break, many of us run into the same problems. Year after year we struggle to adjust back to waking up early, packing our lunches, remembering to complete our homework, and...

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