May 10, 2017

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Last Words from our Seniors: Nothing like High School Musical

As we say goodbye to the Class of 2017, The Catalyst reached out to some of the graduates, asking them to share their stories and give advice to new and returning scholars. Sofia Lamberto reminds scholars to not blow off the first two years of high school. Read Elijah Ortiz y Pino’s here. Looking back […]

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May 9, 2017

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Last Words from our Seniors: Not a Normal Kid at a Normal School

As we say goodbye to the Class of 2017, The Catalyst reached out to some of the graduates, asking them to share their stories and give advice to new and returning scholars. First up, is senior Elijah Ortiz y Pino. Read Sofia Lamberto’s here. Summers are amazing, aren’t they? I never thought I’d appreciate a […]

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May 4, 2017

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19 Tips from 8th Graders

Compiled by Naudia Lane The Catalyst reached out to Ms. Potter’s 8th grade humanities class for tips on surviving middle school. Below is what they came up with: Turn in homework! Always bring your supplies with you to class. Follow the dress code. Study for tests. If your teacher gives a review, make sure to use […]

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April 26, 2017

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Second PE Option for Scholars

  By Faustina Crum   Next year, even more scholars will be filling the halls of ASK, and there is concern about balancing the number of students in the PE elective. PE is required by the state of New Mexico – and ASK only has one PE teacher, Candice Lemons. Often times, students wait until […]

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April 20, 2017

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Manager of the Month is Expert in Storytelling

  By Amber Romero Congratulations to April’s Manager of the Month, Shelly Bethke! One of the ASK Academy’s finest scimatics managers said she loves having discussions with her scholars and seeing their creativity. Below she explains the mystery and experiences of her life as a teacher.   Why do you think scholars voted for you? I […]

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April 18, 2017

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Scholars Gathered in a 1920s Themed Ballroom for Prom

This year’s prom was on Saturday at Hotel Albuquerque. The 1920s themed dance was filled with fun and dancing that was only interrupted when it came time to announce Catherine Crum and David Moores as prom king and queen. Below is a compilation of pictures taken by Scott Gullett.

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April 13, 2017

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Getting Creative with Promposals

    By Jessika Alvillar Promposals can be seen at high schools around the country. Rather than asking someone to prom the traditional way, high school students are creating elaborate proposals, often in public or caught on social media. Junior Charles Wehner said he attempted a promposal this weekend. He explained that it took a while […]

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April 13, 2017

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Candidates Weigh in Before Tomorrow’s Election

By Jenifer Guzman Tomorrow scholars will have the opportunity to vote in the Scholar Government election during third period. An email will be sent out to the high school student body, which will include the link to cast a vote online. Scholars will have to type in their name and student ID which can be […]

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April 12, 2017

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Prom Night Fast Approaching

By Ashana Gonzalez Glitz, glamor and the elegance of the 1920s is what this year’s prom is all about. ASK’s prom season is upon us, and will be held this Saturday at Hotel Albuquerque (800 Rio Grande Blvd NW) from 8 pm – 11 pm, tickets are $20.  Light refreshments will be provided. A senior […]

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