Important Information for Registration
Course registration information sessions for rising 11th and 12th graders are being held the week of Monday, February 16. Students, please submit all requests online using your INOW login after you have attended your information session. This needs to be completed no later than Friday, March 6. Be sure to drop your course request sheet off in the AHS Counseling Center (AHS 200 building) so we have your alternate class choices in case the class you request is not available. Thank you for your timely assistance with this important process.
2015/2016 AHS Course Description Guide
Instructional Video for Registration
Watch here for detailed instructions on how to register for next year's courses!
Academic Session Informational Video
Join PTO Today!
A special thank you to our PTO for their continued support of our school! Please consider joining our PTO!
Over thirty years of research has proven parent involvement is one of the largest determining factors related to school success. Research indicates parent involvement yields higher grades, better attendance and more positive attitudes and behavior.
We encourage you to visit AHS's PTO website (http://ahspto.edublogs.org/) for resources and ideas as to how you can better informed about your school involvement.
ACT at AHS!
On Tuesday, April 28, 2015, all juniors will take the ACT test at AHS. Please see below some helpful information created by AHS teachers for you to read and review prior to the event:
Make-Up WorkKeys Test for Seniors
The make-up WorkKeys test will be administered this upcoming Thursday, February 26, beginning at 8:00 a.m. and lasting until noon in the AHS Multi-Media Room.
Meningococcal Vaccine Information
The Meningococcal Vaccine is recommended by the CDC for adolescents 11 through 18 years of age. It is not required for school attendance at this time. If you are interested in having your child vaccinated, please contact your health care provider or the Lee County Health Department. Please click here for information regarding the Meningococcal Vaccine.