When it comes to jumping horses, Phoebe Henry is the best in the state — and she has the hardware to prove it. Henry, a Chugiak High sophomore, has won the 14-U United States Hunter/Jumper Association Stirrup Cup award for Zone 12 two years in a row.
Last week, it was OK to get loud in Eagle River High’s Library. Alexa Heald successfully defended her poetry recitation title during the school’s eighth annual Poetry Out Loud contest Jan. 24.
Chugiak High has some serious musical talent. Six Mustangs earned first chair honors at the All State Music Festival on Nov. 17.
Local Anchorage School District schools saw a boost this year, as enrollment is up at each level throughout Chugiak-Eagle River.
Thank you. It’s a simple message, but an important one to relay to our country’s service members — especially for Eagle River High.
Look for the best in others. Dream big. Choose positive influences. Speak with kindness. Start your own chain reaction.
Eagle River football fell to 0-4 after defending Large Schools state champion Service blanked the Wolves 32-0 on Saturday, Sept. 1 at Chugiak’s Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium.
There’s something in the water at Eagle River High.
After winning the girls state diving title last year, Kaitlin Friedli has a new goal — set the state record.
Anne Benolkin, a 2009 graduate of Chugiak High School who currently attends the University of Alaska Southeast, recently worked on a summer internship measuring the survival and growth of 1,200 juvenile abalone that were raised in a hatchery by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and planted in Skagit County (Wash.) marine waters two to four years ago. In 1998, WDFW determined that abalone populations had fallen so low that this once abundant animal would disappear from Washington waters without intervention, according to a press release issued by the Shannon Point Marine Center.