Check out our collection of blogs and be sure to follow your favorites!

On Mondays, be sure to visit:

L & R: Come here for advice on all things love and relationships, referring to romance, friends, family, and much more! Coming from the mind of a relationship veteran, you’ll have all of your tough questions answered. Whether they’re general or specific and personal, your voice will be heard and your questions will always be published anonymously. Visit every other week for new advice to help you navigate through the world of love and relationships. To submit a question, fill out the form!

Forks over Knives: Curious about spaghetti bagels or grilled cheese donuts? Forks over Knives is the blog for you! Metro Atlanta is filled with hidden restaurant gems and bizarre menu items that are yet to be discovered. Check back every other Tuesday to learn about some great places to eat, what foods to try and what foods to steer clear of.

Cool Places: Read this blog to learn about new and exciting places to visit in the Alpharetta area. There is no shortage of fun things to do, contrary to popular belief, and this blog is devoted to featuring and advertising them to the Alpharetta High School student body. Follow Curtis McClelland, Alpharetta senior, as he embarks on his expedition into the realm of leisure time.

On Wednesdays, be sure to visit:

Who Am I?: The staff of Alpharetta High School’s The Hook are a complex myriad of personalities, opinions, and talents. They work hard all year long to report the current events of the school and the Alpharetta community, and this is your opportunity to meet the writers behind the paper. Every week, you can find posts of every staff member–writers, managers, editors, and all. Students just like you dedicate their time and energy to their journalistic passion, bringing you the untold stories of the community. Now they get to tell their own personal stories, and here is where you’ll find them.


And on Fridays, be sure to check out:

Advice from a Senior: Figuring out how to deal with high school can be a tough process. There are so many things that will catch you off-guard, and you won’t know how to deal with them. Come to the “Advice From a Senior” column to get advice from people who have been there before, and are willing to help you through things that they have already dealt with.