The AHS Sophomore class went on the annual Sophomore Camping trip up to Junction Creek on Wednesday, September 18. This camping trip gave students an opportunity to get to know each other better and bond with their teachers. The sophomores participated in three main activities: rappelling, fly fishing, and mindfulness art. Each advisory cooked one of the meals for their peers. Everyone got the same idea and chose to make burritos. After a day of activities, the students and teachers played capture the flag and sat around the fire. “I got to talk to a lot of people that I usually don’t talk with,” said Sophie Flannery. Lori Fisher, 10th-grade Humanities teacher explained, “We planned this trip to give students a chance to get to know more people are really bond with their peers.”Overall, it was a great few days to let the sophomore class get to know one another and begin to feel more comfortable with their class and grade level team.