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The student news site of Amador Valley High School


The student news site of Amador Valley High School


Boys Varsity runners Shayan Mukerjee (22), Aditya Chudasama (23), Robert Sitter (22), Arnav Mukerjee (22), Eaton Huang (23), Mason Romant (22), Ryken Mak (23), Steven Li (23), lined up after the race, with Amador Cross Country alums Aiden McCarthy (20) and Euan Houston (21) who came out to support.

Amador Valley Cross Country finishes their season strong at NCS Championships

Thomas Kim, AVT Editor November 27, 2021

Amador Valley’s cross country team finished their season strong at NCS, with the boys placing 5th and the girls placing 7th out of 20 schools, both just seconds away from qualifying for the state meet. “The...

Since the return to in-person school, the Regular Algebra II classes have seen a spike in students failing tests. Our reporter launched an investigation to find out why.

The XYZ affair: students struggle in algebra

Carol Xu, AVT Page Editor November 24, 2021

Returning back to in-person learning, the regular Algebra II course has seen student grades on tests drop more than any other math class at Amador. Administrators noticed a huge spike in Ds and Fs among...

Marina Lee’s tech organization Citro Tech aims to empower minority communities and women in their journey towards STEM careers.

“Easy Peasy, Lemon Squeezy”: Amador senior’s tech organization empowers minorities in STEM 

Carol Xu, AVT Editor November 19, 2021

Out-of-place. Intimidated. Isolated. As the level of diverse representation in STEM remains low, these feelings continue to grip minorities pursuing careers in math, science, and tech fields. Citro Tech,...

Girls Tennis has had their best season on record this year, which they will hopefully be rounding out with a win at the CIF tournament.

Girls Tennis wins EBALS undefeated and moves onto the NorCal CIF Tournament

Sarah Yang and Jamilla Zuniga November 18, 2021

After winning EBAL with a score of 22-0, the girls’ tennis team is moving onto the NorCal CIF Tournament this weekend.  This final tournament will end off a season of hard work, perseverance, and...

Despite a beautiful mural painted on the stalls of the girls bathroom, students have ripped and destroyed the art pieces.

Vandalism continues to carry on at Amador

Anaita Mistry, Page Editor November 18, 2021

Even without instigation from social media platforms like TikTok and Instagram, Amador students continue to vandalise our school. “A big misconception is that it's funny, but people really don’t...

Many students have recently submitted their applications to various colleges, each with a plethora of challenges.

I’ve submitted my college apps, now what?

Andrew Xiao and Mark Zhou November 18, 2021

As the school year dips into the second quarter, seniors have been working tirelessly to finalize and submit their applications and essays to various colleges.  “I would say that [the most challenging...

At James Logan, the brass listen to instructions from Mr. Cordoba and other staff during their visual warm up before lining up to perform at finals.

Amador Valley Marching Band finishes their season strong

Tejasvini Ramesh and Eva Raul November 18, 2021

. On November 13, Amador’s marching band won 3rd place at the season finale. This was a true product of hard work and dedication from their first practice to the final rehearsal. “I think we all...

The water polo team at Amador has been around for 19 years, and this years varsity girls have gone the furthest.

Girls Water Polo wins EBAL Championships for first time in Amador history

Matthew Carter, AVT EIC November 12, 2021

Our varsity girls water polo team recently took home the victory at the EBAL championships. Their win is no average feat, as they’re now officially the first girls water polo team in Amador history to...

Jimin Han, Jihyun Lee, and Rachel Lee are the cofounders of the club, started on September 20th, 2020.

Jimin Han (‘24) organizes UnI.T to donate devices to students in need

Katy Clark, Senior Staff Writer November 12, 2021

 While many individuals are privileged to have a computer and WiFI access, many children in the Bay Area do not have readily access to these resources. With the virtual world growing in importance, Jimin...

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