Month: March 2022

When push comes to shove: Does AT take too much pride in its high AP enrollment?

As students dive deeper into a difficult semester of AP classes, debates remain over whether AT’s secure focus on AP creates too strong of a push on students. Despite having lost its standing in the top six percent of schools nationally for the number of students taking AP classes, AT has seen its numbers rebound …

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At celebrates music in schools with musical concert assembly

AT’s music department put on the Music in our Schools assembly on March 2 to promote the music department throughout AT.March is national music in our schools month which is a month to promote music education within schools.The Music in our Schools assembly consisted of performances from Wind Ensemble, Chamber Orchestra, Concert Choir, Guitar Ensemble, …

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